Dreams: Discover the Meaning of Your Dreams and How to Dream What You Want - Dream Interpretation, Lucid Dreaming, and Dream Psychology Paperback – August 10, 2015
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The second chapter covers the dream interpretation and their hidden meaning. The interpreted examples are the most common ones, that everyone once in a while had. Those are dreams of falling, being nude, floating, flying, chasing, even dreams of death or nightmares.
My favorite part is the lucid dreaming when I'm actually aware of what I'm dreaming. It is covered in chapter 4. Great techniques that have been approved by psychologists. This book about dreams meaning is good, to expand one's understanding of dreams and allow alternative meanings.
There are guides in the book that I find very helpful in keeping track of my dreams. This book gave a more rational interpretation of my dreams and for that I easily understood the meaning behind it. There’s more on dreams that mere collection of experiences…it reflects the person’s inner thoughts or sub-conscious that most of us don’t even have a clue about.
The author discusses a number of theories about how and why we dream, and about how to interpret our dreams. Dreams are either driven by our sexual urges (Freud), or they’re a way we compensate for underdeveloped parts of our personality (Jung), or they’re a way for us to practice solutions to our problems, or they’re totally random and meaningless, or they’re just a way our brain does some housekeeping and gets rid of superfluous memories.
There aren’t really any conclusions, because we really don’t know which theory is correct, or if any of them are.
The author also discusses “Lucid Dreaming,” which is a technique by which some people can at least partially control their dreams by getting into a sort of half-awake, half-asleep state where they’re aware they’re dreaming, and can direct the dream. Fascinating stuff.
All in all, a nice little introduction to dreams.
Dreams studied the most scientific way that can be are often expressions of our fears, our concerns and this guide explains in detail all possible cases of strange dreams and their meanings.
A guide that is worth reading.