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Dream Symbols (Little Giant Encyclopedias)by Klaus Vollmar
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Over 2,000 objects and images you may encounter in your dreams get expert explanations in this huge, unique, up-to-date reference. The 2,000 entries cover the full range of dream images, from an evening gown (symbolizing culture, beauty, enjoyment, and passion) to leaving on a trip (escape from stress, overwork, conflict); from an eagle (power, freedom, immortality, spirit) to amputation (losing something valuable, feeling that one's needs are ignored). And learn to look at your dreams from different angles--how they might be helping you make decisions or try new adventures. Scan the entries that remind you of dreams you've had in the past, and look up dreams whose meaning might seem obvious to get other possible interpretations. 512 pages (all in 2-color), 4 3/16 x 5 1/4.
With more than 2000 entries, this is a guide to interpreting objects and images which appear in dreams. Each entry provides a choice of interpretations which readers can apply to their own circumstances, and there is also discussion of how dreams can help to make decisions.
This little encyclopedia has big news about dreams, with interpretations of more than 2,000 common symbols and events. A psychoanalyst shows how to analyze the meaning of such typical dream situations as taking a trip or being naked in public, with illuminating new questions and fresh ideas for figuring out the truth. Often, more than one choice of explanation is provided.
Over 2,000 objects and images you may encounter in your dreams get expert explanations in this huge, unique, up-to-date reference. The entries cover the full range of dream images most people experience. Was Freud right, that dreams express repressed sexual desire? Or Jung's belief that dreams connect us with the universal collective unconscious? You decide. 2-color text.
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