Freaky Dreams

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HarperCollins UK, Aug 4, 2011 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 304 pages
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We all know about them. We've all had them. But let's face it; we don't have a clue what they mean. They're freaky dreams.

From talking pets and naked friends to apocalypses and prophecies, this is an assorted compendium of dreams – the weird, the wacky, and yes, the somewhat disturbing. Author Adele Nozedar (The Element Encyclopedia of Signs & Symbols) is compiling the freakiest dreams from around the world, each ranked with its own "freak-o-meter" rating, and offering an analysis. As you browse through the dreams and the accompanying signs and symbols, you'll learn how to look for the symbolism in your own dreams and analyse them for yourself.

Complete with tips on how to have a "lucid" dream (the kind where you know you're dreaming and can even control it), fun fact boxes explaining dream theory, and even a small journal section at the back of the book for writing down your dreams, this is the ideal book for your bedside table.

So the next time you wake up confused, embarrassed, ashamed, or oddly aroused, you'll be able to figure out why.

 

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Contents

ANXIETY DREAMS
RECURRING DREAMS
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WHAT EXACTLY IS A NIGHTMARE?
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DIGITAL DREAMS
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THE AWARD FOR MOST POPULAR DREAM GOES TO
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THE ART OF CONTROLLING YOUR DREAMS
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NOTES
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
THANK YOU
Copyright
About the Publisher
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Adele Nozedar is an expert in signs, symbols and their meanings, and even has a psychic family background. She studied psychology and the unconscious mind, and has used both to inform her research into dreams. Translating their messages into meanings has also drawn on her studies of ancient myths, with their symbols and wise messages. Adele's other passion is music – she is founder and owner of a music studio in the Brecon Beacons, Twin Peaks, and was formerly one of the few women in the music industry to run a record label.

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