Dreams and What They Mean to You

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Learn to decipher the symbols and messages in your dreams with the help of this trusted guide. Dreams and What They Mean To You begins by exploring the nature of the human mind and consciousness, then discusses the results of the most recent scientific research on sleep and dreams. The author analyzes different types of dreams, including: telepathic, nightmares, sexual, and prophetic. In addition, she presents an extensive dream dictionary which lists the meanings for a wide ...

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Overview

Learn to decipher the symbols and messages in your dreams with the help of this trusted guide. Dreams and What They Mean To You begins by exploring the nature of the human mind and consciousness, then discusses the results of the most recent scientific research on sleep and dreams. The author analyzes different types of dreams, including: telepathic, nightmares, sexual, and prophetic. In addition, she presents an extensive dream dictionary which lists the meanings for a wide variety of dream images.

Besides interpreting your dreams, you can learn to control them. This book presents techniques to remember dreams easily, dream more effectively, recall your dreams, and even learn to become aware that you are dreaming. This can greatly enhance your dream experiences and intuition and also lead to prophetic dreams.

Through a language of their own, dreams contain essential information which can change your life. This fascinating book gives you all the information needed to begin interpreting—and even creating—your own dreams.


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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780875422886
  • Publisher: Llewellyn Worldwide, Ltd.
  • Publication date: 9/1/2002
  • Series: New Age Series
  • Edition description: 1st ed
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 240
  • Sales rank: 348,565
  • Product dimensions: 4.62 (w) x 10.88 (h) x 0.63 (d)

Meet the Author

Migene Gonzalez-Wippler was born in Puerto Rico and has degrees in psychology and anthropology from the University of Puerto Rico and from Colombia University. She has worked as a science editor for the Interscience Division of John Wiley, the American Institute of Physics, and the American Museum of Natural History, and as an English editor for the United Nations in Vienna, where she lived for many years. She is a cultural anthropologist and lectures frequently at universities and other educational institutions.

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Imagine for a moment that every day at noon you went into a trance until 8 p.m. Wouldn't you wonder what was going on?
Well, although the hours are different, when you sleep that is exactly what you do. You enter a mystery world, a universe filled with mysterious visions we call dreams. To know the meaning of dreams is to better understand yourself. That's why you should get a copy of Dreams and What They Mean to You by famous occultist and author, Migene González-Wippler.
It explains the magnificence of the mind and the nature of dreams. And the large dream symbol dictionary (which lists the meanings of hundreds of symbols that are common to dreams) is invaluable.
It's is very simple to use. You simply look up any symbol in alphabetical order. Did you dream of a magnet or of being fat? What do these symbols really mean? You can look it up in seconds in this book.
If you're a betting person, chances are you're looking for numbers to bet on. Each dream symbol in the dream diary is associated with two numbers. These may bring you luck or give you the winner in the next lottery. We can't promise anything, of course, but it certainly gives you a new approach to winning lottos and other number-based contests.
In this book you'll also learn how to dream more effectively and how to recall your dreams. You'll learn dream travel and how, in your dreams, to make love to any partner you desire. You'll even learn how to take control of your dreams.
I would like to invite you to join the more than 250,000 people who have already discovered the beauty and power in this simple book. Get your copy now.

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Table of Contents

Imagine for a moment that every day at noon you went into a trance until 8 p.m. Wouldn't you wonder what was going on?
Well, although the hours are different, when you sleep that is exactly what you do. You enter a mystery world, a universe filled with mysterious visions we call dreams. To know the meaning of dreams is to better understand yourself. That's why you should get a copy of Dreams and What They Mean to You by famous occultist and author, Migene González-Wippler.
It explains the magnificence of the mind and the nature of dreams. And the large dream symbol dictionary (which lists the meanings of hundreds of symbols that are common to dreams) is invaluable.
It's is very simple to use. You simply look up any symbol in alphabetical order. Did you dream of a magnet or of being fat? What do these symbols really mean? You can look it up in seconds in this book.
If you're a betting person, chances are you're looking for numbers to bet on. Each dream symbol in the dream diary is associated with two numbers. These may bring you luck or give you the winner in the next lottery. We can't promise anything, of course, but it certainly gives you a new approach to winning lottos and other number-based contests.
In this book you'll also learn how to dream more effectively and how to recall your dreams. You'll learn dream travel and how, in your dreams, to make love to any partner you desire. You'll even learn how to take control of your dreams.
I would like to invite you to join the more than 250,000 people who have already discovered the beauty and power in this simple book. Get your copy now.

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