Book of Dreams: How to Interpret Your Dreams and Harness Their Powerby Brian Innes
Dream psychology dates back to Aristotle, but it truly emerged in 1900 with Sigmund Freud, who insisted that all dreams were rooted in repressed sexual desires. Dreams have been used to inspire creativity, predict the future, and to heal the mind and body. In The Book Of Dreams, a beautifully illustrated and comprehensive book, all of these techniques are explored, helping the reader to understand and work with the rich material that dreams provide.
To help interpret the language of dreams, the second part of The Book Of Dreams includes a Dream Dictionary, which comprises more than a thousand dream symbols. Organized in eleven thematic sections, it provides means for the many visual elements of dreams, from people and locations to animals and colors. By using the dictionary and following the advice on keeping a dream diary, you will learn how to enhance your health, relationships, creativity, and powers of decision-making.
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