What do your dreams mean? Why do you dream about certain people, places, and objects over and over, sometimes for years? Find out what the experts say, with this at-your-fingertips guide that literally goes from Angel, Bathroom, and Clown, to Vampire, Worm, and Zoo. Start with a helpful 11-point section which explains how to understand dream narratives and sequences, and how to use the latest research to understand yourself better and make decisions about relationships and career. Then it's on to the explanations of more than 1,400 of the most universal dream symbols. Dreaming about an eel, for example, might be prompted by personal difficulties if you see it going into or coming out of water, or, if it is coming close to you, it can mean anxiety about a sexual relationship. An eagle, in contrast, may symbolize your hopes for positive change in your life if it is soaring in the air, or the need to take measures into your own hands if it's attacking prey. Dreaming about drinking alcohol can indicate a desire for freedom and escape from routine; while a dream of making love to someone you know may not mean anything about that particular relationship--it may simply signify a longing for adventure or excitement. Read on and find out the difference between dreaming about an old man and an old woman, or about red apples and green ones. Discover the connection between dreams about amputation and sexual performance anxiety, as well as hundreds more insights that can make your nights a lot more interesting. 192 pages, 6 x 9.
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