Dreams: And How to Understand Them
This book has been written by one of South Africa's foremost psychologists, Professor Dreyer Kruger, to help readers understand their own dreams.
In demystifying the subject, Professor Kruger shows that there is nothing psychic about learning from our dreams. A tangible way of deconstructing our dreams using intuition and logic is within our grasp. In this fascinating and lucid introduction to the subject, he presents a variety of dreams along with the life context of the dreamer, followed by interpretations.
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