The Complete Dream Dictionary by Trish MacGregor

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If you've ever wondered why nightmarish spiders spook you or why you have such vivid dreams of losing your teeth, read on. Filled with detailed background information and an alphabetical listing of symbols, The Complete Dream Dictionary shows you how to pick up on broad context clues as well as decipher the deeper meaning of specific images that appear in your dreams.

The Complete Dream Dictionary helps you:Improve your dream recall and incubationSpot the metaphors, puns, and archetypes in your dreamsRecognize common as well as advanced dream typesCreate your own personal journal to record dream detailsUnderstand common dream themes, including flying, being chased, or giving birthExamine particular symbols in your dreams - from flowers to family members

Whether you're delving into recurring themes such as falling, or simply wondering what an apple or an airport means in your dream, The Complete Dream Dictionary shows you how to put these subconscious messages to good use in your waking life.

 

About Trish MacGregor

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Trish MacGregor and Rob MacGregor have been professional writers for twenty-five years. One synchronicity after another led to their many nonfiction books on dreams, psychic development, astrology, yoga, the tarot, divination, and animal symbolism. In 2003, they took over the writing of the popular Sydney Omarr astrology series. This acclaimed, award-winning author team has appeared on the Learning Channel, the History Channel, and the Sci-Fi Channel; in April 2009, Rob was filmed for the History Channel's UFO series.Rob also wrote Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade and six other original Indiana Jones novels, which have sold millions of copies. He won the coveted Edgar Award for Prophecy Rock, a YA mystery, and its sequel, Hawk Moon, was an Edgar finalist. Trish, writing as T.J. MacGregor, won the Edgar in 2003 for best original paperback for Out of Sight. Her books have been translated into thirteen languages. They live in Wellington, Florida. Rob MacGregor has written seventeen novels and won the Edgar Allan Poe Award for a young adult novel.
 
Published October 7, 2004 by Adams Media. 338 pages
Genres: Health, Fitness & Dieting, Religion & Spirituality, Self Help, Education & Reference, Crafts, Hobbies & Home. Non-fiction

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