Book Reviews of Sylvia Browne's Book of Dreams

Sylvia Browne's Book of Dreams
Sylvia Browne's Book of Dreams
Author: Sylvia Browne, Lindsay Harrison
ISBN-13: 9780451208286
ISBN-10: 0451208285
Publication Date: 8/5/2003
Pages: 284
Rating:
  • Currently 3.4/5 Stars.
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3.4 stars, based on 43 ratings
Publisher: Signet Book
Book Type: Mass Market Paperback
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This psychic author, Sylvia Browne explores the thinking that dreams are more than a dimension of our minds, but a channel that can provide a wealth of knowledge. The subconscious mind takes charge while we sleep is where our passive memories are stored and where the key lies to the records of all of our lives and every life we've ever lived on earth and on the other side. Dreams are the path to that "key" that unlocks the door to the eternity of wisdom. The more wisdom we acquire, the more understanding, useful, and affirmative our dreams become. She explores: the release dream, the wish dream, when dreams are more than dreams, lucid dreams and daydreams, astral visits, and archetypes in our dreams, and the population of our dreams--familiar faces and strangely familiar strangers. The is a more user-friendly book about dreams than the dream dictionaries you may have glanced through at the bookstores. It is a "chatty" book, as though you have the advantage of a personal session with Sylvia Browne.
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Love Sylvia Brown, The only Psysic I believe in! This book interpets dreams, and divides dreams into catergories ,examples wish dreams, Dream within a dream, past lives .
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This book was very intriging. I didn't want to put it down. She made me really look at what my dreams meant. I may not be able to figure them out but it gives me something to look at. Please if you get the chance read this book.
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This Book of Dreams is really interesting if you believe in the meanings of dreams and of course if you believe in Sylvia Brown also. It contains the meanings of variuos dreams such as: storms,tidal waves, and tornadoes; dreams of a house; and also about make-up, masks, and faceless strangers.
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Dreams, I'm convinced, are just one more dimension of our minds,a dimension that, when put into perspective, gives access to a whole new wealth of knowledge. The subconscious mind that takes charge while we sleep is where our passive memories are held and where the key lies to the records of all our lives and every life we've ever lived on earth and on The Other Side. Dreams form our path to that key. That key unlocks the door to an eternity of wisdom. And the more wisdom we acquire, the more understandable,useful, and affirming our dreams become.

--from "Sylvia Browne's Book of Dreams"
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Personally, I was hoping for less preaching, but helped put some dreams of my own in perspective.
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Sylvia Browne takes us on an unprecedented journey through the world of dreams-and reveals how they can influence everything from health and careers to love and happiness.
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Sylvia Browne's Book of Dreams offers a window into our souls and a doorway to The Other Side. llustrating her findings with the research and inspiring real-life stories that are her trademark, Browne shows how our dreams influence everything from our memories to our health and well-being to our relationships. We can make positive changes by heeding the messages contained in our dreams. And we can reconnect with our departed loved ones through the phenomenon of these altered states of being.

From recurring dreams to daydreams, from dreams that comfort to dreams that force us to confront our deepest fears, Sylvia Browne's Book of Dreams illuminates the path between our conscious and unconscious minds and shows why our dreams are among the most important and misunderstood connections we have with portals to The Other Side.

"I've personally witnessed her bring closure to distraught families, help police close cases, and open people's hearts to help them see the good within themselves." (Montel Williams)
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I think all of Sylvia Browne's books are excellent. I haven't had one that wasn't. Keeps you on your toes and learning every day. I highly recommend all of her books.
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If you are a fan of Sylvia Browne's you will enjoy the book. If you are are interested in dream theories -- you will enjoy this book. If you are neither, I do not reccommend this book.
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if you ever wonder what your dreams mean ...this book is for you!
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excellent read
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Amazing wonderful to read book.
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I loved this one. Sylvia is such a cool lady.
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I love this book! Easy read and straight to the point. Other dream books and dictionaries can be very complicated.