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A Dictionary Of Dream Symbols: With An Introduction To Dream Psychology

3.59 of 5 stars 3.59  ·  rating details  ·  46 ratings  ·  5 reviews
Gain vivid insights into your dreams with this encyclopedic and intriguing guide to the significance of over 700 dream symbols! Understand the classic theories and the revolutionary works of Freud and Jung, along with more recent philosophies. From "abandonment," "dragons," and "murder" to "roller coasters," "tattoos," and "zodiacal signs," you'll find comprehensive meanin ...more
Paperback, 316 pages
Published December 31st 1993 by Cassell Illustrated
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William Herschel
This book is a collection of common dream symbols and their possible definitions, with an introduction to dream psychology at the beginning.

The introduction was horrible. I suppose it isn't horrible, but I didn't agree with anything. The author claims that by understanding your dreams it'll change your life, but then says that a lot of dreams are just re-plays of events or things you watch from TV.

Also, the author seems to think everything is about sex! Flipping through the book it's very appare
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Miquixote
Occasionally useful for when you wake up in the morning remembering your dream and you want to know what it might mean and quickly, before the memory of the dream disappears! I tend towards thinking this book is too simplistic.
Malaika
good for anyone who wants a really surface-level understanding of the different theories of the unconscious and the role dreams play. there are other books with deeper interpretations of symbols though.
Christina
This is a reference book to look up symbols/symbolistic meaning in dreams. The book is organized in A-Z format so looking up what you need is not hard at all, even without an index.
Jerry Gifford
Best dream dictionary available. Jungian perspective
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