Gypsy Dream Dictionary

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Everybody dreams. Some people remember dreams more readily that others, but everyone dreams. Chances are you remember a recent one. And there are probably several other past dreams that stick in your mind, too.

But are dreams just the mind at play? No. They have meaning. The problem is, the meaning is in the symbols found in the dream. To fully understand the dream you have to understand its symbols. And one of the best ways to do this is by ...

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Overview

Everybody dreams. Some people remember dreams more readily that others, but everyone dreams. Chances are you remember a recent one. And there are probably several other past dreams that stick in your mind, too.

But are dreams just the mind at play? No. They have meaning. The problem is, the meaning is in the symbols found in the dream. To fully understand the dream you have to understand its symbols. And one of the best ways to do this is by using Ray Buckland's Gypsy Dream Dictionary (an expanded version of Secrets of Gypsy Dream Reading).

The meanings of over 850 different symbols that commonly appear in dreams are given. Did you dream of a wide, straight road? That means things will come to you easily. Did you dream of a grasshopper? That is a bad sign, indicating financial losses to come. Did you dream of yourself wielding an axe? That means you are respected for your position. You will also learn how to pick the important symbols from your dreams in order to interpret them.

If this book just gave the meanings of dreams, it could prove vitally important to your spiritual development. But it goes beyond that and provides a basic introduction to dream sciences. In this book, you will learn the secrets of how to recognize prophetic dreams and how to make money with your dreaming abilities. You will also learn how to enjoy the experience of knowing that you are dreaming (lucid dreaming).

This book has been updated to include some important symbols which wouldn't have even been considered years ago. From TV to the internet, movies to computers, it's all here!

Now is the time for you to find out what your dreams mean. They could save your life or help you reach financial stability. Don't you think you need to find out the secrets of what is going on in your head for one-third of your life, the time you spend asleep? Then you owe it to yourself to get this book.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781567180909
  • Publisher: Llewellyn Worldwide, Ltd.
  • Publication date: 2/1/1999
  • Edition number: 2
  • Pages: 240
  • Sales rank: 965,966
  • Product dimensions: 5.21 (w) x 6.02 (h) x 0.65 (d)

Meet the Author

Raymond Buckland has been actively involved in metaphysics and the occult for fifty years and has writing about it for nearly thirty.

He is the author of more than sixty books, including such best-selling titles as Buckland's Complete Book of Witchcraft, Gypsy Dream Dictionary, Practical Candleburning Rituals, and Witchcraft from the Inside. Ray has lectured and presented workshops across the United States, and has appeared on major television and radio shows nationally and internationally. He has also written screen plays, been a technical advisor for films, and appeared in films and videos.

Ray comes from an English Romany (Gypsy) family and presently resides, with his wife Tara, on a small farm in central Ohio. Beyond writing, Ray's other passion is homebuilt airplanes.

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Has this ever happened to you? You have a dream and something stands out — perhaps something you see, perhaps something you do. Then you try to find what it means, but nothing makes sense. I know this has happened to me many times in the past.

But that was before Gypsy Dream Dictionary (an expanded version of Secrets of Gypsy Dream Reading) by Ray Buckland. Now I just consult the book and almost always find that one or more of the definition for over 850 universal dream symbols clarifies my dream. And you can use this wonderful resource, too!

If you dream of meeting a grandparent, that means you will come into a legacy. If you dream of meeting a dwarf, that means great danger lies ahead. If you dance around a Maypole in your dream, it is a sure sign that you are in love. To dream of a palm tree means your work will be recognized.

Did you dream of a palace? Your standard of living is going to improve. Are you a tailor in your dream? That means you have little time to enjoy yourself.

The book is really far more than just a dictionary of dream symbolism. It also gives great information about dreaming and what you can get out of it. You will learn how dreams can bring you prophecy and can point the way to making money. You'll see how to develop the skill known as lucid dreaming: the ability to know you are dreaming while you are dreaming. You'll also be shown how dreaming can lead to astral projection.

All in all, this is one of the most outstanding books on dreams available. So if you are just starting to dabble in dream interpretation, or if you want to add to what you already know, this book is a must!

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Table of Contents

Has this ever happened to you? You have a dream and something stands out — perhaps something you see, perhaps something you do. Then you try to find what it means, but nothing makes sense. I know this has happened to me many times in the past.

But that was before Gypsy Dream Dictionary (an expanded version of Secrets of Gypsy Dream Reading) by Ray Buckland. Now I just consult the book and almost always find that one or more of the definition for over 850 universal dream symbols clarifies my dream. And you can use this wonderful resource, too!

If you dream of meeting a grandparent, that means you will come into a legacy. If you dream of meeting a dwarf, that means great danger lies ahead. If you dance around a Maypole in your dream, it is a sure sign that you are in love. To dream of a palm tree means your work will be recognized.

Did you dream of a palace? Your standard of living is going to improve. Are you a tailor in your dream? That means you have little time to enjoy yourself.

The book is really far more than just a dictionary of dream symbolism. It also gives great information about dreaming and what you can get out of it. You will learn how dreams can bring you prophecy and can point the way to making money. You'll see how to develop the skill known as lucid dreaming: the ability to know you are dreaming while you are dreaming. You'll also be shown how dreaming can lead to astral projection.

All in all, this is one of the most outstanding books on dreams available. So if you are just starting to dabble in dream interpretation, or if you want to add to what you already know, this book is a must!

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