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Posted May 11, 2014
If you're committed to learning about yourself from your dreams,
If you're committed to learning about yourself from your dreams, buy this book. As I teenager, I had a Freudian dream dictionary by my bedside and learned almost nothing. I read Jungian analysis and got more pieces of the picture, but found the methods tedious. DeBord makes dream interpretation simple (if not always easy). Rather than having you memorize symbol meanings, he hands you tools for mentally breaking down the imagery in a way that's personal to you. He's realistic about dreams. Some have great meaning, some don't.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Also, the book is not weighed down with spiritualism even as it remains open to the possibility of a paranormal inspiration for (some) dreams.
It's truly a gem and offers a way of interpreting that's practical, not overly time-consuming, and makes dreamwork itself more meaningful.