Books about dreams

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For centuries, experts, philosophers and the common people have been attracted to delve in the human subconscious and uncover the implications of what they dream.

The Interpretation of Dreams by Sigmund Freud

This is the most widely known book on dream theory. It is also one of the earliest psychoanalysis of dreams. This book speaks of the unconscious and its relation to dreams

Exploring the World of Lucid Dreaming by Stephen LaBerge

This book explores the concept of lucid-dreaming in a scientific framework based on extensive research done by the author

The Dream Book: Symbols for Self Understanding by Betty Bethards

This very popular is above all an anthology of dream symbols. Inspired by Carl Jung the author tries to establish that all dreams are positive. The author also derives from eastern philosophy and spiritual–development your higher consciousness.

The Complete Dream Book: Discover What Your Dreams Reveal about You and Your Life by Gillian Holloway

What makes this book interesting is the fact that it uses actual dreams of contemporary people to explain the phenomenon of progressive dreaming and the meanings of nightmares. The book tries to connect real life events to the dreams that people have.

Dreams by Victoria Lane

The author of this books helps to uncover the implication dreams. The book is a product of extensive research work and testimonials of psychoanalysts, dream experts and common people who have had these dreams

The Hidden Meaning of Dreams by Craig Hamilton-Parker

The book provides colorful illustrations of dream imageries and an alphabetical guide to dream symbols. It also provides a guide on recollection of dreams and documentation of dreams via a dream diary.

5 Steps to Decode Your Dreams by Gillian Holloway

This book explores the healing power of dreams. It is a practical and comprehensive guide to explore your subconscious.

An Introduction to the Psychology of Dreaming by Kelly Bulkeley

This book gives a historical overview of dream interpretation through centuries. It also discusses the revolutionary discoveries of the modern sleep laboratory and the most important research findings of experimental psychologists.

Dreamer’s Dictionary by Stearn Robinson

The book provides a classification of dreams into four categories and helps to understand the meaning of different symbols and images from your dreams

The Mind at Night: The New Science of How and Why We Dream by Andrea Rock

This book gives a refreshing new outlook on dream interpretation based on recent innovations in brain imaging. The book tries to address basic questions like why do we always partially recollect our dreams? And what these sleeping hours reveal about the waking ones?

The Divinity Code to Understanding Your Dreams and Visions by Adam Thompson and Adrian Beale

This book provides a Bible-based interpretation of dreams. The book speaks how dreams represent your supernatural communications with god. It also includes a critical chapter on false elucidation of dreams by the occult.

Dreams: Discover the Meaning of Your Dreams and How to Dream What You Want by Angel Greene

This recent study is a walk through the incredible and mystifying realm of Dreams! the book tells you how you can explore your own mind and emotions through dreams. The book also talks of how to “defragment” your mind and provides simple effective techniques to Lucid Dreaming

Dreaming in the World’s Religions: A Comparative History by Dr. Kelly Bulkeley

This is a book that addresses the vital issue of how experts from the ancient cultures of the world perceive dreams? The book is an inclusive study of many different cultures of the world. The author tells many fascinating stories with meticulous attention to detail.

 

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