Complete Dream Dictionary: A Bedside Guide to Knowing What Your Dreams Mean

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F+W Media, Oct 7, 2004 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 336 pages
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If you've ever wondered why nightmarish spiders spook you or why you have such vivid dreams of losing your teeth, read on. Filled with detailed background information and an alphabetical listing of symbols, The Complete Dream Dictionary shows you how to pick up on broad context clues as well as decipher the deeper meaning of specific images that appear in your dreams.

The Complete Dream Dictionary helps you:
  • Improve your dream recall and incubation
  • Spot the metaphors, puns, and archetypes in your dreams
  • Recognize common as well as advanced dream types
  • Create your own personal journal to record dream details
  • Understand common dream themes, including flying, being chased, or giving birth
  • Examine particular symbols in your dreams - from flowers to family members

Whether you're delving into recurring themes such as falling, or simply wondering what an apple or an airport means in your dream, The Complete Dream Dictionary shows you how to put these subconscious messages to good use in your waking life.

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User Review  - mimi -

I bought this book as a gift and have not given it yet. I did look up three recurring dreams that I have and none of the three were listed. Maybe the content is not thorough or maybe I just have off the wall dreams. I dont know which it is. Read full review

Dream Dictionary

User Review  - jrsygrl109 -

I purchased this book to help interpret my dreams. I dont have dream recall often so when I do I wanted help in interpretting them lets see if it rings true interesting book to keep on your nightstand. Read full review

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About the author (2004)

Trish MacGregor is the author of several books on dreams, astrology and tarot.

Rob MacGregor has written seventeen novels and won the Edgar Allan Poe Award for a young adult novel.

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