The: Dictionary of Dreams

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Simon and Schuster, 1985 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 640 pages
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What does it mean to dream of running, playing an accordian, catching frogs, riding a stallion, eating honey, dying; or to see an eagle, apples, a tunnel, a shoemaker, or a field of growing wheat in your dreams?

This comprehensive and thorough study of dreams unravels the cloak of mystery surrounding these and hundreds of other mundane or strange items, happenings, places, people, and feelings encountered in the dream world to reveal what they mean in our lives -- unhappiness, financial loss, eventual success, or danger.
Make contact with your inner self through this perfect bedside companion.

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Dictionary of Deams by Gustavus Hindman Miller

User Review  - Cindy H. -

If you want a good dream book this is the author to get. I wont get any other only him. You wont be disappointed. Hes the one! Read full review

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User Review  - julie.landi.9 - LibraryThing

Entertaining works of alphabetically listing of dream interpretation of signs and symbols and the symbolic nature of of them. Lots of fun for the metaphysical enthusiast. Read full review

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