Families and the Interpretation of Dreams
Dreams reveal and illuminate not only our personal unconscious, but also our shared experiences -- especially our family life. In this original and breakthrough book, Edward Bruce Bynum explores the frequently hidden messages of our dreams as they relate to that intimate web connecting our parents and children, spouses and lovers, and friends and the wider culture. Drawing on material from the ongoing Family Dreams Research Project, Bynum explains how to identify dreams in which family themes play a role; how to understand their impact on one's emotions, decisions, and even physical health; and how to discover the cultural images embedded within.
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