Why we dream is still one of the behavioral sciences' greatest unanswered questions.
The average person will dream over 150,000 dreams in a lifetime--each one a complex web of imagery and deeper meaning. Dream Dictionary uses the interpretation of actual dreams from contemporary dreamers, just like you, to help you access the substance and meaning of your own dreams.
See what is happening in your body, in your mind, and in your most guarded self and intuitions.... It’s all here, and more, in the ultimate guide to your world of dreams!
Accessible and engaging, Dream Dictionary shines a bright light on our nocturnal journeys and tells us what the sleeping mind reveals about our waking hours.
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This book has been written in a different language other than English and then been translated - it is the worst £1.99 I have spent! My own fault, I should have gotten just a sample...and speaking of samples, here is a quick taster for anyone wanting to waste £1.99;
If you dream of wool, it means dissension, complication, strife, thrust (????) and even slapping. The wool might be noble, but it is still disadvantageous. What are you going to do? There is nothing you can do! You were out of luck.
When you dream of something like that, you can get to dance like Isaiah (8th century prophet) even without the music. This is how happy you should be. It is extraordinary good to dream an accident, unlike having one. After this dream, you can even kiss your Mother in Law you will be full of happiness.
These are a joke right?? I have a couple of other dream dictionaries, and BOTH state the reasons behind dreaming of an accident is actually what the opposite of this book states - dreaming of an accident is foreboding, a warning!
And the wool one?? Obviously doesn't translate properly AT all! Do not buy this if you want a proper translation of your dreams, as this will not give you that! Don't waste your money!