10,000 Dreams Interpreted: A Dictionary of Dreams

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Sterling Publishing Company, 2007 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 576 pages
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Gustavus Hindman Miller’s groundbreaking masterwork, published nearly a century ago, remains the most compelling and thorough study of all the symbols that appear in our dreamscape. Updated, beautifully designed, and wonderfully easy to follow, it’s an invaluable source of information, and key to understanding the unconscious impulses that guide us. Miller offers an enlightening introduction to dreams in history, dream types (spiritual, mixed, and allegorical), and to prescient dreams that provide a privileged glimpse into the future. The visual symbols themselves, accompanied by an array of splendid color drawings, photographs, and boxed sidebars, are divided into elegantly logical categories, from the animal kingdom to rocks and minerals, body and soul to birth and death, food and drink to clothes and jewelry. Everything is extensively cross-referenced, making it easy to look up the thousands of dream elements and solve the mysteries buried deep in the unconscious.  
 

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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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Hans Holzer's interest in parapsychology started early in life-at age three! As a precocious, inquisitive nine year old in Vienna, Austria, he began writing poems and dramas on the subject of ghosts and performed experiments in "raising the dead."

Holzer went on to earn a Ph.D., and today Dr. Holzer is the author of ninety-six books dealing mainly with psychic subjects and investigations of the paranormal. He has taught parapsychology for eight years at the New York Institute of Technology and lectures extensively. Holzer also writes and produces television and feature films, and is a regular guest on television and radio talk shows.

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