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Tarot & Dream Interpretation (Special Topics in Tarot) Paperback – July 8, 2003
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In "Tarot and Dream Interpretation," Julie Gillentine makes an original contribution to dream analysis that puts the intuition and reason of the dreamer-independent of psychoanalytic theory- right in the center of the process.
Gillentine asserts that, if the dream is an inner "oracle" of the dreamer's self and its relationships, then its symbolic meaning may be directly accessed and understood through the synchronistic process of meditating on Tarot cards.
For many persons, accustomed to viewing the Tarot as a spurious form of gypsy fortune-telling, such a proposition may justifiably provoke skepticism.
Yet for the reader seeking to assume greater responsibility for understanding his or her own dream life, Gillentine opens a doorway to seeing the Tarot in a new light.
In an initial overview, Gillentine reminds the reader that dreams may have mental, physical or spiritual significance, and classifies dream symbols as to their respective levels of meaning: universal, cultural and personal.
In the latter part of the book, she provides a basic outline of the Tarot cards, their distinctive symbolism, and their meanings, informed by her many years of study of the cabala and its allied art, astrology. She also has complied a comprehensive glossary of various meanings for dream images.
In between, Gillentine urges her readers to keep a dream journal, and presents her original dream-recording chart, which enables the dreamer to quickly identify key symbols and the feelings they evoked in the dream.Read more ›
Dreams can be a huge insight into something happening to you or someone you care about, but don't understand. Oh ya, some dreams are easy to figure out when you think of the symbols it held and trace them backwards.
This is a combo that I have been looking for. My neighbor is always coming to me because of my insight and dissecting dreams. So now have this book and my own cards to help me.
BUY IT, IT IS WORTH IT IF YOU ARE ANYTHING LIKE ME.
Each Tarot cards is illustrated with explanations. One Tarot card per page. This one is a keeper with extra editions to give away to special friends.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I haven't had time to read this book. Just browse some part of it. I found that the meaning are quite similar with the original meaning of tarot. Read morePublished on April 22, 2013 by Lim
I never have used the Tarot to help interpret my dreams before reading this book and I found it to be helpful and unique. Read morePublished on February 17, 2004
"Tarot and Dream Interpretation" by Julie Gillentine sets a new standard for interpreting dreams using Tarot as a tool. The techniques developed and shared by Ms. Read morePublished on February 16, 2004 by John Gilbert