Dreams: What Your Subconscious Wants to Tell You

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Rockpool Publishing, 2015 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 304 pages
A comprehensive and practical guide to all aspects of dreaming--common dreams, recalling dreams, and dream interpretation

With this guide, readers can discover how to intuitively interpret dream symbols, and on waking, use practical self-help remedies to recall the dream's message. They can also learn to unlock dreams and bring them to your conscious mind to process. This book delves into the meanings behind some of the most common dreams, recurring dreams, violent and sexual dreams, Freud and Jung's psychoanalytical early interpretations, archetypes in dreams, and the magic in mystical dreaming. It will teach readers the practices of recalling dreams, lucid dreaming, dream journaling, and proven dream techniques that include active imagination, meditation, dream group therapy, and ancient dreaming. It includes a mini dictionary that covers universal dreams, including a list of kids' most prevalent dreams, nightmares, and night terrors

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Rose Inserra is a published author, dream analyst, and researcher who delves into a range of esoteric topics to reclaim forgotten mysteries and traditions. She is the author of numerous books, including Dreams, The Gift of Dreams, Sweet Dreams, Dream Journal, Mists of Avalon, and Aliens and the Unexplained, plus over 60 children's books. Rose runs workshops, retreats, and lectures and presents at Mind Body Spirit festivals in Australia and England. Her love of myth and Celtic literature began during her years studying for her university Arts degree, and she later taught English literature at secondary schools. She believes that fairytale, myth, and spirituality are all intrinsically linked. Rose lives in Melbourne, Australia, with her husband. For more information on Rose, visit roseinserra.com.

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