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The dream encyclopedia By James R. Lewis

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Explore the fascinating world of dreams, with this comprehensive reference that examines 276 dream-related topics, from art to history to science, plus insights into the great thinkers, dreamers, and researchers―and interprets more than 1,000 symbols and explanations. This is the ultimate dreamer's companion!

Dreams have fascinated the human mind throughout recorded history. Some believe that dreams have healing powers, spark creative inspiration, or warn us of things to come. The Dream Encyclopedia ponders these ideas and much more. Learn how how factors such as self-healing, ESP, literature, religion, sex, cognition and memory, and medical conditions can all have an effect on dreams. Dream symbolism and interpretation is examined in detail, while a special section―with over 1,000 symbols and explanations―interprets dream symbols and helps readers understanding the phenomena of dreaming. Among the dream symbols unraveled are:

  • Airplane dreams may mean you have the power to “rise above” a situation or have the desire to break free of restrictions.
  • Falling dreams often reflect a sense that one has failed or “fallen down” in life.
  • Horse riding dreams most probably mean that the dreamer feels in control of his or her life.
  • Teeth in a dream may indicate control issues.
  • Zoo dreams may mean that a dreamer needs to tidy up some situation.

    James R. Lewis is a professor of philosophy, and a recognized authority on nontraditional religious movements, and has written the ultimate dreamer’s companion. This resource is unique in its in-depth exploration of dreams, the latest scientific research on dreaming and dream-related topics. Whether one is a serious student of dreams, or wishes merely to peruse the subject for pleasure, The Dream Encyclopedia explores the historical, cultural, and psychological significance of dreams. With more than 120 photos and illustrations, this tome is richly illustrated, and its helpful bibliography and extensive index add to its usefulness.

    Condition: Used Excellent


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J.J. recommended this book to me because I have been having a lot of strange dreams. I'm so glad that he did!

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