Teach Yourself to Dream: A Practical Guide to Unleashing the Power of the Subconscious Mind

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Teach Yourself to Dream, the practical companion to Chronicle Books' best-selling Secret Language of Dreams, is a beautifully illustrated, hands-on guide to remembering and understanding dreams. Dr. David Fontana, renowned for his dream workshops, presents more than fifty exercises that enable earnest dreamers to explore, intensify, and even guide their night wanderings. With more than 150 images that evoke the surreal quality of dream visions and a brief A to Z directory of dream symbols and their meanings, ...

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Overview

Teach Yourself to Dream, the practical companion to Chronicle Books' best-selling Secret Language of Dreams, is a beautifully illustrated, hands-on guide to remembering and understanding dreams. Dr. David Fontana, renowned for his dream workshops, presents more than fifty exercises that enable earnest dreamers to explore, intensify, and even guide their night wanderings. With more than 150 images that evoke the surreal quality of dream visions and a brief A to Z directory of dream symbols and their meanings, Teach Yourself to Dream is a unique new tool for anyone interested in utilizing the life-changing power of dreams.

The practical companion to Secret Language of Dreams, this beautifully illustrated, hands-on guide to remembering and understanding dreams presents more than 50 exercises that enable earnest dreamers to explore, intensify, and even guide their night wanderings. Includes 150 full-color images and a brief A-Z directory of dream symbols.160 pp.

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Kliatt, July 1997
The author teaches at the University of Wales in Cardiff and the University of Minho, Portugal. Just as important is the fact that he is a Jungian who makes extensive use of art (the book has 150 beautiful illustrations) to illustrate what is claimed to be a practical guide to remembering and understanding one's dreams. The beliefs that undergird this book are Jungian, and include a belief that dreams are "a conversation between our unconscious and conscious minds, offering us opportunities to understand ourselves better and achieve greater inner harmony." There are 144 brief chapters, each two pages, each copiously illustrated, organized into six major groups that move from basic Jungian beliefs about dreaming, to how to recall dreams, to the meaning of dreams (including a glossary of dream symbols, e.g., a journey in a dream symbolizes personal growth and exploration), and how to interpret dreams. The format of the book, and its overall presentation and use of illustrations, are excellent.

There are 144 brief chapters, each two pages, each copiously illustrated, organized into six major groups that move from basic Jungian beliefs about dreaming, to how to recall dreams, to the meaning of dreams, and how to interpret dreams. Kliatt

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780811816281
  • Publisher: Chronicle Books LLC
  • Publication date: 2/1/1997
  • Pages: 160
  • Product dimensions: 1.00 (w) x 1.00 (h) x 1.00 (d)

Meet the Author

David Fontana, Ph.D. is the author of The Secret Language of Symbols and The Secret Language of Dreams, both published by Chronicle Books.

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Table of Contents

Introducing the Dream World 8
Approaching the Dream World 10
Contacting the Dream World 30
The Art of Dream Control 52
The Art of Interpretation 76
A Dreamer's Guide to the Whole Self 104
Help from the Unconscious 128
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