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Dream Interpretation: A-Z Handbook

October 19, 2015 on 11:33 pm | In Dream Types | 3 Comments

Have you ever awakened and wondered what your dream was all about? It was like a Hollywood movie – and you starred in it. Maybe you were about to step on to a bridge, or walking in slow motion on the day of an important test at school; or worse – standing naked in front of a crowd.

This easy-to-use guide gives you a detailed list of dream pictures and feelings, and what they all mean.

The most fascinating thing about dreams is their interpretation. We all dream, and we all want to understand our dreams. This book is a complete lexicon of dreams aimed at helping us interpret our dreams and understand their meaning.

The entries are arranged alphabetically, and are based on both Eastern and Western cultural heritages. We have also included newer ways of understanding dreams – those developed over the past century by various psychologists and psychiatrists, such as Freud and Jung.

It is up to you, the reader, to take this book … and fall asleep! Your dreams will unfold on their own – as will their meanings.

You may rest assured that you will be able to interpret your next dream! We have compiled a comprehensive lexicon of dreams which can help you interpret your dreams on your own.

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