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The Dream Encyclopedia [Reading] ➿ The Dream Encyclopedia Author James R. Lewis – Buyprobolan50.co.uk This encyclopedia examines dream related topics from art to night terrors, including dream control, healing and dreams, nightmares, ESP and dreams, falling dreams, Shakespeare and dreams, sex and dre This encyclopedia examinesdream related topics from art to night terrors, including dream control, healing and dreams, nightmares, ESP and dreams, falling dreams, Shakespeare and dreams, sex and dreams, Thomas Aquinas and dreams, creative visualization, problem solving in dreams, the collective unconscious, The Dream eBook · Native American dream interpretations, day residues in dream content, memory and sleep, and nondreamers More thandream symbols are defined in a separatepage section.

  • Paperback
  • 454 pages
  • The Dream Encyclopedia
  • James R. Lewis
  • English
  • 10 November 2017
  • 078760156X

About the Author: James R. Lewis

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10 thoughts on “The Dream Encyclopedia

  1. cheeseblab cheeseblab says:

    Thought this would be fun bathroom reading I must have been dreaming.

  2. April April says:

    I read this everytime I had a screwed up dream.

  3. Amy Amy says:

    While I do not wholly subscribe to the notion of the pertinence of dreams to our everyday lives, this book nevertheless was informative in its scope, invoking intriguing symbols that frequently make apparitions in many individuals dreams and attempting to explicate their significance by exploring their unique provenances and antiquities Albeit much of the dream dictionary information in the concluding pages of this book are doubtlessly apocryphal, James R Lewis succeeds in providing readers While I do not wholly subscribe to the notion of the pertinence of dreams to our everyday lives, this book nevertheless was informative in its scope, invoking intriguing symbols that frequently make apparitions in many individuals dreams and attempting to explicate their significance by exploring their unique provenances and antiquities Albeit much of the dream dictionary information in the concluding pages of this book are doubtlessly apocryphal, James R Lewis succeeds in providing readers with a comprehension of their subconscious imaginations that is both shrewd and skeptical to an extent

  4. Cora Crotteau Cora Crotteau says:

    very informational but it didn t have everything I was looking for

  5. Hafidha Hafidha says:

    I didn t find the dictionary section to be very useful you could findinfo on the internet, truly but the entries in the first 2 3rds the encyclopedia section, I guess , is a nice collection of information on information about dreams throughout the world and across disciplines Important names and concepts are laid out here brief, but it s a great way to get a quick overview The fact that it even mentions dreaming in non US or European cultures andthan 2 or 3 other cultures I didn t find the dictionary section to be very useful you could findinfo on the internet, truly but the entries in the first 2 3rds the encyclopedia section, I guess , is a nice collection of information on information about dreams throughout the world and across disciplines Important names and concepts are laid out here brief, but it s a great way to get a quick overview The fact that it even mentions dreaming in non US or European cultures andthan 2 or 3 other cultures is good, but you will find nothing exhaustive here Easy to read Use this as a jumping off point and for filling in blanks Probably good for newbies to dreamwork, although I don t think it talks enough about why one WOULD But it s an encyclopedia, it doesn t really have a thesis I did notice some typos, including a whole entry in the wrong chapter minus its heading it was simply printed in the wrong area in addition to being in the right area

  6. Kendra Kendra says:

    I found the book a little odd there was 2 sections Section one washistory of how humans have interpreted dreams, and definitions of terms, in encyclopedia form, which I wish wassculpted and not in encyclopedia form I have to read the whole thing through alphabetically to get anything out if it Section two was the dream dictionary I found it interesting, but I m looking for something a lotextensive.

  7. Erin *Proud Book Hoarder* Erin *Proud Book Hoarder* says:

    I read this years ago so this will be a short review Different categories of themes are matched up based on dream features They are in short paragraph form Some interesting enough illustrations accompany the text.

  8. Teresa Tahu Teresa Tahu says:

    Actually usedas a reference book, but a good one Easy to look up by subject or object in dreams I often use it in conjunction with other dream encyclopedias I would recommend it, however, for anyone who wants to look deeper into the symbols and meanings of their dreams.

  9. Naomi Moore Naomi Moore says:

    I really like having a different view of how ancient civilizations viewed dreams and the their meanings I would recommend this book to anyone looking to understand the dream phenomenon and how our views are shaped by religion and culture.

  10. Candy Candy says:

    Told me what I thought Nothing , nothing less.

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