Dreams and In-Between

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Trafford Publishing, Nov 18, 2008 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 130 pages
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I think you will find this is not just another dream book since it includes some unique ideas as well as older views regarding the why and what of a dream. Over the years I have read many books offering a variety of ideas and theories on the subject, plus I took a thought provoking “dream study course” through the Edgar Cayce foundation. I will show you a simple way to outline and analyze your dream and help others if the need arises. It is not only fun to do, but it can often be very beneficial. I have included thirty-four of my personal dreams with their interpretations as examples. They cover a variety of subjects from spiritual to spooky and all the in-between.

As you know, dreams can be a puzzle to solve especially when they contain a strange assortment of things and people. However, when you learn how to “connect the dots” it will help you solve the “puzzle.”

Look inside for an easier way to analyze your “sleeping thoughts” plus a brief section on possible symbolic meanings. Happy dreaming!

 

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Contents

There Is A Language
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Introduction
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Epilogue to Dreams
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About The Author
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