The Ultimate Dictionary of Dream Language

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Ozark Mountain Publishers, Jan 1, 2004 - Reference - 757 pages
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THE LARGEST AND MOST COMPREHENSIVE DREAM DICTIONARY EVER PUBLISHEDOVER 25,000 ENTRIESOne-third of your life is spent in the dream world where your subconscious is delivering messages in symbolic language. While your body rests, your dreams are dealing with your fears, frustrations and hopes. Your dreams are sending you messages about your past, present and future that can help you in your waking hours. Learn what these dream messages say about love, success, numbers and money. Now you can look up every dream you ever had and easily find out exactly what the secret dream language is telling you.

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This book is way better than the one's I picked out. It's infomative and I think in a way, it's like a psychic, telling you what to do for the future. I love it. It's something I'd buy.

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This Dream book is the best I have ever read. And it is sooooo on the money.Get this book you will not regret it.

About the author (2004)

Briceida Ryan has been involved in dream interpretation for over twenty-eight years beginning at the age of nineteen. At the age of twenty-four she began keeping a journal of dreams and their interpretations. She has learned from family members that she demonstrated psychic abilities from the moment she could speak, and has also experienced premonitional dreams from an early age. She has had the ability to precisely predict future events based on the dreams of others. Work on this book began in 1991 and steady, uninterrupted work progressed until publication. She is self taught in the method used to produce this material for precise definitions of dreams for herself and others, and has interpreted dreams for people all over the world and from all walks of life. She is bilingual in Spanish and English and this has enabled her to work with a broad spectrum of ethnic groups.She has also pursued other unrelated fields, and worked extensively as a health educator in prenatal and postnatal maternity and infant care for the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology at the University of California in San Francisco. This work extended to St. Luke's Hospital and San Francisco General. She was a member of the staff at UCSF that introduced the midwifery program for mothers and babies as well as WIC (a subsidized food program).The author is the owner of successful real estate investments in the heart of San Francisco. She presently resides in Pacifica and raised, as a single parent, four children and is a grandmother of six.In addition, she has done freelancing art design in San Francisco, Pacifica, Santa Cruz and Half Moon Bay. She is a serious orchid enthusiast and a member of the American Orchid Society, and is working on another book.

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