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Meaning Of Dreams / Dream Analysis: The True Interpretation Of Dreams [The Ultimate Little Book About Dreams Explanation And Serious Dream Interpretation Using Dream Psychology] [Kindle Edition]

Doug Sullivan , Meaning of Dreams
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**QUALITY GUARANTEE** [This Book Has Been Thoroughly Checked And Edited For Quality, Included a Clickable Table Of Contents.]

Dear Fellow Dreamer,
 
Hi my name is Doug. Thanks for stopping by. Please let me talk to you honestly. I sincerely hope you'll enjoy my book « Meaning Of Dreams / Dream Analysis: The True Interpretation Of Dreams » as much as I enjoyed making it live for you.  Why ? Because the seven chapters are about YOU, especially if you're a bit like me and are more trusting of human “touchable” facts than any dummy nonsense from so-called dictionaries and religious teachings.
 
Let's be clear. I respect spirituality as being important and helpful for self-improvment.
 
.. But c'mon! We're not living in a fairy tale, we're living down on this earth. Now, don't be sad because you got a clever choice by considering psychology as being the most concrete way to benefit from your dreams, not only by understanding them but also by using them as a key to change your real life with your own abilities, and not with archaic myths from ancient times.
 
In ancient times people weren't aware that the sun is a star and not some entity. Today, as we all learn the truth about the sun and many other facts, we're able to use the psychology not only for the meaning of dreams, but also for a better explanation of dreams than ever before.
 
Freud and Jung had turned the first stones of the real meaning of dreams but, nonetheless, their work was too complex; not many people could understand it and properly comply with it, whereas many people that did not have the persistence to learn it properly have misrepresented his words.
 
You may experience seeking out the meaning of your dreams by using different resources and guides possible.
 
Maybe you have researched manuals on dreams or psychoanalysis or maybe looking up a dictionary which is usually designed to provide you a standard definition about what your dreams could mean to you.
 
It’s obvious that books present diverse meanings plus some of them seem to be wrong and a long way off from your individual experiences.
 
In case you have felt this way after exploring various reading materials about dreams and interpretation approaches, then you definitely have to read this book.
 
My intention is not just top help you find meaning to your dreams. I also want to help you
manage your fears and problems and use the dreams to grow.
 
You really could become the best person who you were intended to be, thanks to a better understanding of your dreams!
 
Improve yourself and your dreams by analysing your internal life to see what your dreams have been attempting to tell you all this time. You will notice that progressively, your external life begins improving when you start becoming familiar with your inner self – your mind, body and spirit.
 
You will see how some of your dreams might be indicative of a worried mind and spirit due to turmoil in private relationships or long ignored body alerts of stress from work or school.
 
As soon as you begin recognising what these dreams mean to your personal life, you can make plans to transform your external life to better handle relationships and personal stresses. 
 
Today can be your time if you decide it will be. If so, read this book right now. If not yet, feel free to add it to your favourites and read it later. I decided to make it affordable for all, the price won't raise too much and be assured that you'll still receive plenty of good value from this book. Cheers, take care.

Doug


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  • File Size: 533 KB
  • Print Length: 34 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: Meaning Of Dreams; 2 edition (May 27, 2012)
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B0086W84NO
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Meaning of Dreams November 3, 2012
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I picked up this book thinking it would be like a dream dictionary, which it isn't. Intead, I discovered an interesting treatise on the background of dreams, why we dream, and how we can begin to analyze a dream from its many parts. For example, the dream of the wife with the crummy marriage. It would never occur to me that the dream landscape (a kitchen) was important. But of course the more I thought about it, what do we all find in a kitchen? Warmth, family, sitting around the table in community, and being nourished. This makes me realize how little I even think about where my dreams take place. Of course, the element of the dream about the soggy cookies was a lot easier to figure out.

Also, as someone who has had sleep disturbance for years, it was interesting to read about the connection between dreaming and REM (which I get very little of). If you want to pick up some solid info about how dreams work and how to begin analyzing your own, I recommend this read.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Meanings of dreams November 2, 2012
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As someone who dreams a lot I found this book intriguing. So far I have only read the first chapter and what an eye opener! Loving it so far.
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5.0 out of 5 stars The Meaning of Dreams November 5, 2012
By Dave
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This book is a serious look at the meaning of dreams. It talks about how various theories of dream analysis played a part in history, from mythology and the bible, through Feud and Jung. The book also discusses how dreams reveal our hidden desires and problems.
The overview of Freud's approach to dream analysis was especially interesting.
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2.0 out of 5 stars Okay March 20, 2013
By Mandy
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Not what I was expecting....there was interesting information but not what I was looking for...definitely only an introduction into dream psychology
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5.0 out of 5 stars Serious Dream Interpretation Using Dream Psychology November 19, 2012
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If you are looking for a book on dream symbols, such as, when you dream of a cat, your dream means thus and such, this is not the book for you. Rather it is an brief, erudite introduction, as the subtitle states, "to dream explanation and serious dream interpretation using dream psychology."

It introduces Freud and Jung's concepts as well as the climate of time when the concepts were first expounded. But the author goes farther, REM sleep is explained in the context of dreaming as well as the system of dreaming. He also explains Hall's cognitive theory which places Freud and Jung in better context, telling us that our dream symbols are more subjective expressions of our concepts rather than singularly repressed desires. He covers daydreaming, healing dreams, recurring dreams, early warning alarms...

...and he gives fascinating examples of situations that are reflected in dream symbols. He offers proof positive that becoming aware of our dreams and keying into their symbols can add a great deal of information to our lives, help us to tap into our deeper feelings and subconscious awareness to use our dreams to problem solve. An excellent introduction to dreaming.
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1.0 out of 5 stars Disappointed January 24, 2014
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I would not recommend the book. It just did not hold my interest and I struggled with finishing the book. I would very much like to find a book on this subject that would hold my interest.
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More About the Author

Doug Sullivan has over fifteen years experience as a clinical psychologist and medical doctor. He was educated at University College, London University with a Degree in Medicine (MBBS) and a further Degree in Psychology from the same university.
 
He was a trainee doctor at University College Hospital and went on to form a successful practice as a Psychologist on Harley Street. During his career, he has delivered lectures on many aspects of Psychoanalysis, specialising in Dream Analysis and its links to understanding sleep patterns.

He has extensive experience in dealing with sleep and its connection to the psyche and has lectured in leading universities in the world on the subject as well as working as an unpaid consultant for several leading emotional welfare charities.

This specialisation was a direct result of seeing a close colleague suffer from severe depression as a result of irregular sleeping patterns and recurring dreams while in university and it has been one of his aims to further our understanding of repressed emotions and their links to depression in teenagers and young adults.

Doug is currently writing his first ground-breaking book on the subject, detailing over a decade of research and results, the culmination of a life-long desire to improve our understanding of depression through analysing in detail, the repression of feelings and their links to dreams.

In his spare time, He likes to travel to historic cities and sample local cuisines and is an avid fan of tennis. He has been married for twelve years, has three children and resides in the UK.

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