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The Ultimate Dictionary of Dream Language

December 28, 2014 on 1:31 am | In Dream Types | 2 Comments

One third of our lives are spent in the dream world where our subconscious carries messages about love, success, and money that can help us in our waking life. The Ultimate Dictionary of Dream Language offers readers the ultimate guide to uncovering the secret meaning of their dream.

With more than 25,000 entries Ryan covers every dream symbol and message imaginable–from sex and love, to lucid dreaming, nightmares, and intuitive and premonition dreams. Ryan explains how dreams are sending messages about your past, present, and future that can help you in your waking hours. Readers learn what these dream messages say about love, success, numbers, and money. Now you can look up every dream you ever had and easily find out exactly what the secret dream language is telling you.

From The Ultimate Dictionary of Dream Language:

  • Figure Skating: Within three days, you will be walking a thin line. This will make it very easy for someone to steer you in the wrong direction.
  • Jacknife: Within two weeks you will receive a gift of greater mental inventiveness from the gods.
  • Rooster: This is a very lucky symbol. If the rooster is crowing you will be victorious in those areas of your life you feel you will not succeed in.

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  1. Good reas 0

    Comment by Amy Roberts — December 28, 2014 #

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    Comment by M. Santangelo — December 28, 2014 #

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