The Dreamer's Dictionary: Understand the Deeper Meanings of Your Dreams

The Dreamer's Dictionary: Understand the Deeper Meanings of Your Dreams


By (author) Stearn Robinson, By (author) Tom Corbett

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  • Publisher: Element Books
  • Format: Paperback | 368 pages
  • Dimensions: 110mm x 176mm x 30mm | 200g
  • Publication date: 1 April 1996
  • Publication City/Country: London
  • ISBN 10: 0722533985
  • ISBN 13: 9780722533987
  • Illustrations note: ncludes bibliographic references and index
  • Sales rank: 66,062

Product description

The ultimate guide to understanding your dreams. This accessible and comprehensive guide has been a bestseller for almost twenty years. Do you want to know the secrets of your dreams? You remember them, talk about them, worry about them, but how much do you actually know about them? Dreams are an important part of your life, and now this handy dictionary can help lead you through the maze of your psyche. Organized from A-Z, this accessible guide will let you know whether you are due a run of luck or whether it would be better to just stay in bed! Distinguish the four types of prophetic dreams. * Discover the meaning of recurring dreams. * Identify dreams that heal and dreams that warn of danger. * Look up the meaning of your dreams in the comprehensive A-Z guide.

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'An ideal bedside book' THE SUNDAY TIMES 'A practical, comprehensive guide' COSMOPOLITAN 'Marvellously comprehensive' DAILY EXPRESS

Editorial reviews

Had any interesting dreams lately? This dictionary of dream images - 3,000 entries, 500 cross-references - will tell you the prophetic meaning of buffaloes, amethysts and watermelons. Strictly non-Freudian, the authors bill this as a "synthesis of ancient and modern interpretations" and any anxiety should be dispelled by the reassuring injunction to ignore "dreams connected with people, things or situations that have actively concerned you during the day." Good fortune and sudden riches are forecast by pickles, peppermint, acorns and rancid butter among other items. And even those dreams which may seem ominous - being buried by an avalanche - often have cheery "contrary" connotations - that avalanche means a "spectacular stroke of good luck" awaits you. Any number can play. (Kirkus Reviews)