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The Element Encyclopedia of 20,000 Dreams: The Ultimate A-Z to Interpret the Secrets of Your Dreams (Element Encyclopedias)

November 23, 2012 on 6:31 am | In Dream Types | 2 Comments

Unlock the secrets of your dreamlife with the latest in the hugely popular series of ‘Element Encyclopedias’. This is the most comprehensive A–Z reference book on dream interpretation you’ll ever find.

Have you ever wondered what your dreams are trying to tell you?

Sixth in the series of ‘Element Encyclopedias’, this is the definitive guide to dream interpretation. Packed with fascinating information, The Element Encyclopedia of 20,000 Dreams is an extensive collection of the symbols that appear in your dreams and how to interpret what they mean for you.

Dreams are universal and every culture throughout history has tried to unlock the secrets of the unconscious mind through the interpretation of dreams. Understanding the unique meanings of dream symbols can help in the way you experience your waking everyday lives and even foretell the future.

Divided into easy-to-follow A–Z themed sections, from Animals, Conflict and Foreign Countries, to Monsters, Sex and Weather, this book holds compelling definitions of thousands of dream symbols that can also be found in the quick-reference Dream Directory at the back of the book.

Find out about the variety of dream types – such as cathartic, lucid and precognitive dreams – plus dreams in history and folklore. Discover different traditions of dream interpretation and dream theorists – for example, analytical psychologist Carl Jung thought that cats in dreams represent the secretive side of a person’s nature, and they can also denote a desire for sex or a warning of hidden dangers.

Whatever your dream symbol or experience, you’ll find an amazing treasure trove of interpretations here in The Element Encyclopedia of 20,000 Dreams.

Unlock the secrets of your dreamlife with the latest in the hugely popular series of ‘Element Encyclopedias’. This is the most comprehensive A–Z reference book on dream interpretation you’ll ever find.

Have you ever wondered what your dreams are trying to tell you?

Sixth in the series of ‘Element Encyclopedias’, this is the definitive guide to dream interpretation. Packed with fascinating information, The Element Encyclopedia of 20,000 Dreams is an extensive collection of the symbols that appear in your dreams and how to interpret what they mean for you.

Dreams are universal and every culture throughout history has tried to unlock the secrets of the unconscious mind through the interpretation of dreams. Understanding the unique meanings of dream symbols can help in the way you experience your waking everyday lives and even foretell the future.

Divided into easy-to-follow A–Z themed sections, from Animals, Conflict and Foreign Countries, to Monsters, Sex and Weather, this book holds compelling definitions of thousands of dream symbols that can also be found in the quick-reference Dream Directory at the back of the book.

Find out about the variety of dream types – such as cathartic, lucid and precognitive dreams – plus dreams in history and folklore. Discover different traditions of dream interpretation and dream theorists – for example, analytical psychologist Carl Jung thought that cats in dreams represent the secretive side of a person’s nature, and they can also denote a desire for sex or a warning of hidden dangers.

Whatever your dream symbol or experience, you’ll find an amazing treasure trove of interpretations here in The Element Encyclopedia of 20,000 Dreams.

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Strange Fruits

November 22, 2012 on 7:32 am | In Dream Research | No Comments

The suspended cluster of red Chinese lanterns is a recreation of Lee Wen (Singapore) as Yellow Man covered the upper body exhibit at the Singapore Art Museum. Lucid Dreams in the Reverie of the Real.

Understand Your Dreams With A Dream Dictionary

November 21, 2012 on 12:49 am | In Dreamwork | No Comments

People dream about all kinds of things. Some of them are far fetched and crazy, others are scary and terrifying. Sometimes what you dream is a direct result of what is going on in your life or the stress and situations you are in. Other times dreams are influenced by what you just read or watched on TV. And, then there are times when your dreams really do mean something and to help you piece together those meanings, a dream dictionary can be used.

Using a dictionary to interpret your dreams can help you piece together the dream to make sense of it. Since dreams often fade as soon as you wake up, it is important to write the dream down as soon as you open your eyes. This way all the information is fresh in your mind and although it may be fading fast, you’ll be able to write down as much as possible before it is gone from your memory.

When recording your dreams, everything you recollect needs to be remembered. But so do the feelings that you felt during the dream and any smells that you encountered. Animals and colors can be significant, so whatever stands out in your memory should be recorded.

After you have everything you remember about your dream on paper, it is easier to use dream dictionaries to figure out what it means. Most times, dreams really mean nothing but the only way to figure that out is to put all the pieces together to see if they make sense. Dream dictionaries work just like a regular dictionary, but meanings to words rather than definitions of words are used. A few dictionaries will have added phrases or keywords that may apply to your dreams to help.

Paying attention to the interpretations as you write can help you figure out of there are any patterns emerging. When patterns pop up it can help you understand whether it is related to your waking life or is a message that needs to be paid headed. When you are done interpreting, look over what you wrote and ask yourself how it applies to your life and if it even makes sense.

Sometimes while interpreting your dream you find it is relating to something that happened to you earlier in the day or is connected to a movie or book you read before falling asleep. Other times the dream may seem like a message, a warning about a person or situation in your life at the time. Most people take dreams very seriously and any warnings or messages that come through upon interpretation are taken seriously.

There are many different classifications of dreams. For some, every time they dream it is like watching a movie with them on the sidelines. For others, they are able to consciously play a role in their dream. Dreams that are recurring, terrifying or puzzling can make a person wonder if those dreams truly mean something or nothing. By using a dream dictionary, they are able to find out.

James Tien is a Chinese culture writer. He recommends Absolutely Feng Shui for more information on Chinese Name and Face Shapes.

Original Author: jamestien Full Bio

lucid dream

November 18, 2012 on 1:35 pm | In Prophetic Dreams | 125 Comments

Pause now to ask yourself the following question:
"Am I dreaming or awake, right now?"
Be serious, really try to answer the question to the best of your ability
and be ready to justify your answer.

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Yellow Man

November 18, 2012 on 1:34 pm | In Dreamscapes | 1 Comment

A photograph of Lee Wen (Sngapore), the performing artist of Lucid Dreams in the Reverie of the Real exhibit at the Singapore Art Museum,

A Dream Tea Recipe For Prophetic Dreams

November 17, 2012 on 6:13 am | In Dreamwork | No Comments

Dream tea is a simple healthy herbal tea that you can drink to help you induce prophetic dreams.

Many people say that they receive inspiration and premonitions from dreams. To help induce prophetic and insightful dreams, there is a wonderful ancient recipe, passed down by Witches.

This is a Witches Brew prophetic dream tea that you can drink just before you go to bed. Hopefully it will give you insight whilst you dream. It’s a traditional dream potion to assist in finding the truth in situations while dreaming.

Recipe for Dream Tea

Prepare a mix of the following dried herbs:

3 teaspoons Mint
1 teaspoon Sage
1 teaspoon Lavender
2 teaspoons Chamomile
2 teaspoons Dittany of Crete

If you can’t get Dittany of Crete, use an extra teaspoon of mint and one of sage instead.

Thoroughly mix together the herbs and keep in an airtight container. The blend should give you enough blended dream tea for nine days.

Each evening for nine consecutive days put a teaspoon of the blend into a small cup and pour boiling water over. Allow to steep for five minutes. You can add some honey to the herbal tea if you wish.

Sip the tea and say 3 times aloud:

As I sip this dream tea
Slumber deep bring to me
To dream of truth for me to see
So mote it be!

Repeat this process for another eight days.

It’s a good idea to keep a pen and paper by your bedside, so you can write down your dream experiences. Dreams are often quickly forgotten after you wake!

Good luck!

Original Author: Alison Yates Full Bio
Alison Yates wrote this article. Alison is an experienced White Witch and Spell Caster. For more on Spells and Potions visit: http://www.alizons-psychic-secrets.com/all-about-spells.html

Dream | Blooming 2

November 16, 2012 on 5:33 pm | In Dreaming True | No Comments

Dream | Blooming 2 Aqua/Liquid

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November 16, 2012 on 5:32 pm | In Dream Types | 1 Comment

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Practical Dreaming: Awakening the Power of Dreams in Your Life

November 16, 2012 on 4:40 am | In Dream Types | 2 Comments

PRACTICAL DREAMING is about understanding your dreams and applying them to your waking life in a very practical manner. It is a must-have for every curious reader who has wondered about the real meaning of dreams – why we have them, how to interpret them, why they are important, and how to actively use them in waking life. Psychologist and dream expert Dr. Lillie Weiss provides a straightforward, step-by-step method to help you (a) interpret, understand and direct your dreams to solve specific problems, (b) master amazingly effective tools to remember and “incubate” your dreams, (c) identify the emotional significance hidden in your dreams, (d) use your dreams to tap into new found creativity and imagination, and (e) use insights from your dreams to make real differences in your waking life. The book is divided into three parts. Part 1 discusses the uses of dreams in everyday life, the language of dreams and how to remember and incubate dreams. Part 2 goes into a detailed step-by-step fashion on how to interpret dreams, with numerous examples and an opportunity for the reader to practice. Part 3 answers some frequently asked questions about dreams such as “Why do I sometimes have the same dream over and over?”, “Why do I have nightmares and what can I do about them?” “Do dreams foretell the future?”

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