Pocket Guide to Dreams
This book presents detailed information on the language of dreams and classic dream interpretations, plus how to keep a dream diary and get a better night's sleep. It is illustrated throughout with color photographs and artworks and has themed chapters that explore common dream topics, images, and portents.
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The World of Dreams 6 13 Love 142
The Symbolism of Dreams Symbols 180
Dreaming of Home 22 19 Food for Thought 188
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