A Dream Come True: Simple Techniques for Dream Interpretation and Precognitive Dream Recognition
Every night when you fall sleep, you have the opportunity to gain new insights into your life, your work, and your relationships through your dreams. Here, in this friendly, down-to-earth guide to interpreting and even guiding your nighttime reveries, discover: . how emotions are the building blocks of your dreams. the strength to embrace the fears your dreams reveal. training your dream habits to mimic your waking habits. the particular power of lucid dreams. important differences between long and short dreams. appreciating color, music, and visual metaphors in dreams. tapping into your extrasensory perception via dreams. interpreting precognitive dreams. and much more.Eschewing the hard-and-fast deterministic approach of traditional "dream dictionaries," while never denying the power of cultural symbols that influence us all, professional dreamer David L. Kahn shows you how to listen to your subconscious and gives you the tools you need to determine what your unique dreams mean to you.Royalties from the sale of this book benefit The Aid for Traumatized Children Project.
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