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  • Paperback: 304 pages
  • Publisher: Adams Media (July 18, 2011)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1440512671
  • ISBN-13: 978-1440512674
  • Product Dimensions: 8.1 x 5.6 x 0.8 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 7.2 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (5 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,955,795 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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Janece O. Hudson, EdD is a certified hypnotherapist and member of the International Association for the Study of Dreams. Dr. Hudson taught college psychology for twelve years and is now a popular speaker in the fields of dreams, hypnosis, motivation, creative imagery, parapsychology, and creative writing.

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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Jan Y. on June 23, 2011
Format: Paperback
Janece Hudson's fascination for dreams is contagious. Once she had me hooked, she immediately engaged my curiosity. Each paragraph drew me in deeper. She talks about dreams in general, and then gives brief descriptions of several approaches to dream interpretation. As she delves into her own methods, she gives lots of examples and discusses not only the outcome but her methods of arriving at an individual's solution. She's a multi-published fiction writer, but I didn't expect the same rapport between author and reader to grow so easily in her nonfiction work.

I was only on page 7 when I first thought, "this book is incredible!" I was eager to continue because I have three long-term recurring and disturbing dreams.

By page 42, I'd discovered the meaning to dream #1--not fully clothed in front of people who shouldn't see me that way. My answer: I'm surprising myself in serendipitous and spontaneous ways. How it's affected me: It's exciting and I don't know what to expect next, but I'm looking forward to wonderful things.

By page 122, I'd resolved dream #2--an apocalyptic scene where I'm in an armored tank outside a devastated town. My answer: It was really just a signal of a life transformation--a new discovery. How it's affected me: My life in the dream is not really dark and scary. In real life, I am on the brink of a great big change, and it's kind of scary.

By page 135, I'd solved dream #3. It was a single disturbing flash of a dream in which I'm walking down a dark street in a big city with someone I don't know, feeling excited but guarded. My answer: I'm not alone. How it's affected me: I'm relieved, and think I'm in for a very exciting journey full of possibilities.

The book is easy to read and understand.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Cheryl Rae on July 13, 2011
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It's fabulous! awesome, amazing, interesting, well thought out, well stated... I just don't have enough good adjectives to talk about it....I've read so many dream interpretation books and not one has ever been on target like this book.

In the first place she draws no hard lines as to what a dream symbol means and actually gives the dreamer tools to interpret any dream. It's full of illuminating examples that actually made me a better dream interpreter. I've always been a believer that dreams are trying to tell us something and this book uses all the best science, psychoanalysis, and cognition to help us understand what they are trying to say.

Do it! Buy the book. Your dreams are waiting....
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By A Kihlstrom on August 21, 2011
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This book is both useful and entertaining. It's easy to understand and apply the information immediately.

I've always considered myself quite good at understanding my dreams but reading Dr. Hudson's book has opened a whole new level of insight for me. She understands that instead of assuming elements have a universal meaning, one needs to look at what they mean for the dreamer in the context of that person's experiences. Looking back at old dreams, I can see even more levels of meaning than I realized at the time.

In other words, I highly recommend this book!
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As interesting as it is informative, INTO YOUR DREAMS starts off with an overview of dream theory and moves on to explore ways each individual's unique circumstances and experiences affects the symbology used in his or her own dreams. Since reading it, I've been able to translate some of the messages my own subconscious was sending me, which ended up resulting in less troubled sleep.

Highly recommended for anyone interested in the language of dreams.
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1 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Tracy Riva on July 13, 2011
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Into Your Dreams is presented in two sections. The first section deals with understanding your dreams and covers such topics as what are dreams according to the major dream theorists, including two of whom I had previously not heard of as well as basic types of dreams and basic guidelines for interpreting them. It then suggests you begin a dream diary that records both your dreams and your interpretation when you have one. It points out that there are occasions where the meaning of the dream will become clear with the passage of time and/or the unfolding of events, but that you must have recorded the dreams in order to go back and truly understand them. It also suggests you keep the materials for your dream journal on a bedside table where you can access it before getting out of bed when your dreams are most easily recalled.

Successive chapters in Into Your Dreams deal with the people in your dreams; flora, fauna and other creatures in your dreams; settings, clothing and objects in your dreams; transportation, signposts and maps in your dreams; what's going on in your dreams; exceptional dreams and consciously directing your dreams. While most of these categories of dreams are self-explanatory the final three categories deserve further explanation.

The chapter "What's Going On?" deals with the meaning of the actions one performs in a dream as well as the emotions associated with the dream. The chapter "Exceptional Dreams" explores dreams that could be termed psychic or transformative in nature, dreams of past lives, dreams of dead people and recurring dreams. The final chapter of the first section "Consciously Directing Your Dreams" covers the topic of lucid dreaming, as well as using hypnosis either to trigger a specific dream or to return to a dream.
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