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The Illustrated Dream Dictionary

April 27, 2013 on 6:31 am | In Dream Types | 2 Comments

Our unconscious world has the power to reveal our innermost secrets. Look up over 2,000 topics from A to Z, including people, events, places, and objects, and find out their actual meanings. Did you know that dreaming of ice cream means you’ll soon enjoy major success, and that dreaming of eating dates predicts a marriage? Taking off your pants is a sign of an offbeat imagination. But if you throw them in the wash, then you’ll be on your way to the start of a profitable project. Enjoy the entrancing illustrated borders and gorgeous, full-color interpretations of common themes like “The Bride and Groom,” “The Castle of Dreams,” “Prince and Princess,” and other fascinating subjects. Uncover the mysteries of the mind with the help of the most entertaining, colorful, and comprehensive Dream Dictionary ever. 144 pages (72 in color), 70 b/w illus., 7 1/2 x 9 1/4.

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  1. Not for serious dreamers. :) I got this book for Christmas along with a Dream Interpreter CD. This book basically has listing of many dream symbols as well as ‘actions’ such as ‘if you lit a match..’. The reason I rated this book a three is that it’s been somewhat helpful. A lot of symbols I wanted to know, I could not find them in the book and found them online instead. Searching for a dream symbol is a pain since the alphabetized symbols are all smashed together. Each symbol is CAPITALIZED but you also have many bolded words in there that makes it all a big mess when trying to find symbols. However, I believe this book is for more casual dreamers who just want to know a few things. If you’re a serious dreamer who want it all, this book is not for you.

    Comment by "jodi_g_33" — April 27, 2013 #

  2. Good beginer book The illustrated dream dictionary gives you what over 2,000 things mean in dreams including, people, events, places, and objects.

    Comment by Anonymous — April 27, 2013 #

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