The: Dictionary of Dreams

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Simon and Schuster, Aug 1, 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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User Review  - gail9082 -

this book is good in helping uncover things in your unconsicuse state. It also helps you understand a differnet understanding of what you might be thinking is going on or what is not going on. very ... Read full review

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User Review  - keywill -

I love this book. I would recommend it any time or day to anybody. Some of the content seems a little redundant however it was still useful and made logical sense. About 5 years ago I only paid ... Read full review

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