Book Reviews of The Encyclopedia of Dreams

The Encyclopedia of Dreams
The Encyclopedia of Dreams
Author: Rosemary Ellen Guiley
ISBN-13: 9780425147887
ISBN-10: 0425147886
Publication Date: 7/1/1995
Pages: 384
  • Currently 3.4/5 Stars.

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Publisher: Berkley
Book Type: Paperback
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Good descriptions of dream. I like how it's not just a dream interpertation book, but also at the beginning of the book, the author describes dreams and gets into some very good details about what dreams are and why people have certain dreams.
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In her fascinating new book, dream expert Rosemary Ellen Guiley unlocks the door to the surreal world of slumber to translate the language of our dreams. Dreamspeak interprets some of the most common dream symbols and meanings, with chapters on:
-- flying and falling
-- the body and its functions
-- clothing and nudity
-- sex, weddings, and marriage
-- money and valuables
-- celebrities and historical figures
-- animals
-- food
-- and much more
Dreamspeak also includes simple exercises to improve our ability to remember all-important dreams and fascinating anecdotes drawn from the author's own practice as a dream-work facilitator. This unique addition to the genre shows us how to enrich our lives by listening to what our dreams are trying to say.