Dream Dictionary: A Guide to Dreams and Sleep Experiences

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Dell Pub., 1991 - Dreams - 432 pages
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The ultimate "Guide To Your Inner Self." Let dream therapist Tony Crisp be your guide on one of the most enlightened journeys you will ever take: into the world of your own subconcious mind. Based on material from thousands of dreams gathered during 22 years of research, "Dream Dictionary" is alphabetically organized to give you instant reference to:

Dream Symbols and their meaning.

Recurring dreams and their significance.

Nightmares -- what they reveal and how to banish them.

Sex, money, and color in your dreams.

Health and your dreams.

Dream archetypes -- what they mean and how to work with them. Problem solving -- how to unlock the extraordinary creative potential of your dreams, and much more!

From "Abandoned To Zoo," here is the unique encyclopedia handbook that provides an authoritative history of dreams and dream research as well as original insight and essential information that will allow you to understand and use the rich material of your dreams.

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Contents

INTRODUCTION
1
THE DICTIONARY
17
BIBLIOGRAPHY
416
Copyright

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About the author (1991)

Tony Crisp has had a long working relationship with dreams. In 1972 he wrote one of the earliest self-help books on dreams. In those years he also started one of the first human growth centers in the U.K., teaching people how to use dreams and the dream process for healing and personal growth. Since then three more of his books on dreams have been published, along with others on working with the dream process while awake, using spontaneous movement.
A previous version of "Dream Dictionary" has been translated into seven languages worldwide. Tony Crisp's insight into the dream process was so valued that he was London Broadcasting Company's dream therapist for seven years.

"From the Paperback edition.

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