The Watkins Dictionary of Dreams

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Watkins, 2007 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 447 pages
With an unparalleled breadth of knowledge, this is the ultimate dictionary for dream interpretation. Not only is it illuminating, but it’s entertaining, offering plenty of room for discoveries about yourself. Mario Reading’s exhaustive research has drawn on folklore and fine art, superstition and science, psychology and philosophy--but his interpretations are original, based on readings from the work of the great dream psychologists, from Plato to Jung. He reveals the meaning of virtually every symbol known to dream analysts, and dreams that have averted disasters or changed history, that came from the Bible and other religious texts, and that have influenced films, books, music, art, and popular culture.

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Dream-related guidebooks have been published in great profusion since the era of surrealism. In his contribution, Reading (The Music-Makers: A Bittersweet Love-Song for the Dreamers of Dreams ... Read full review

Contents

Section 1
1
Section 2
23
Section 3
50
Section 4
91
Section 5
121
Section 6
134
Section 7
156
Section 8
173
Section 14
268
Section 15
279
Section 16
317
Section 17
320
Section 18
340
Section 19
391
Section 20
415
Section 21
426

Section 9
205
Section 10
211
Section 11
217
Section 12
234
Section 13
258
Section 22
442
Section 23
443
Section 24
446
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About the author (2007)

MARIO READING is an acknowledged expert on Nostradamus and has published five non-fiction titles in the UK on Nostradamus and related topics. "The Nostradamus Prophecies "has already sold well over 70,000 copies in Britain, 60,000 in Germany in the first week, and over thirty-two foreign rights sales worldwide.

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