Books & Publications about Dreams
Dreams (Routledge Classics) - C.G. Jung and Kathleen Raine
Published: 2001:Routledge; 2 edition.
A comprehensive compilation of Jung's work on dreams, this book is without parallel and provides the perfect introduction to his concepts to those unfamiliar with Jung's work.
1001 Dreams: An Illustrated Guide to Dreams and Their Meanings – Jack Altman
Published: 2002: Duncan Baird Publishers.
A fun revealing guide about dreams. Do you often dream about flying, falling, or sitting for an exam without having done any revision? How does this relate to your deepest ambitions or fears, your home, work and relationships? As well as keeping a dream diary to trace your dreams' hidden associations, this book also teaches you how to consciously control the content of your dream! 1001 Dreams is a pocket oracle designed to enlighten and entertain, and to awaken you to the hidden wisdom of your dream world. Journal of Dreams and Spiritual Experiences - Emanuel Swedenborg Published: 2009: BiblioBazaar. In this book we look at Emanuel Swedenborg’s dream experiences, at various periods of his life. The most extensive and best known of his diaries is the Spiritual Diary, in which, from the year 1747 to 1765, where he made notes of his experiences in the spiritual world. It has been reported that Swedenborg, in the manuscript containing this Diary, also described some remarkable dreams which he experienced during these years, but that his heirs removed the pages containing these dreams.
The Complete Book of Dreams -Edwin Raphael
Published: 1992: W. Foulsham & Co Ltd.
This classic collection of dream interpretations is based on the work of Raphael and other celebrated writers on the subject. Every imaginable dream is included here, from aches in the abdomen to encounters with zebras - with some very unexpected and unusual dreams on the way. Interpretations are given for the situation and circumstances in which the dreams occur.
The Dreamer's Dictionary: Understand the Deeper Meanings of Your Dreams - Stearn Robinson and Tom Corbett
Published: 2003 – Element
A practical, comprehensive guide to dreams.
The Hidden Meaning of Dreams: Craig Hamilton-Parker
Published: 2000: Sterling illustrated edition
A fully comprehensive guide to various dream symbols, from angels to zoos. Beautifully illustrated in colour throughout.
The Interpretation of Dreams (Wordsworth Classics of World Literature) – Sigmund Freud
Published: 1997, Wordsworth Editions Ltd.
In this book Freud writes that man is at war with himself and often unable to tolerate too much reality. He pronounced that dreams are the contraband representations of the beast within man which are smuggled into awareness during sleep. In Freudian interpretation, the analysis of dreams constitutes the key to unlocking the vital secrets of the unconscious mind.
The Variety of Dream Experience: Expanding Our Ways of Working with Dreams - Montague Ullman (Author, Editor), Claire Limmer (Author, Editor)
Published:1999: State University of New York Press
Thirteen essays collected with the purpose of showing the variety of ways dreams can shed light on the projects of different disciplines. Drawn from such fields as psychoanalysis, anthropology, computer science, theology, and sociology, the articles explore group dream work, dream reflection and creative writing, clinical social work and dreams.
Understanding Dreams: What they are and how to interpret them - Nerys Dee
Published: 2000 – Thorsons
This book shows how learning to interpret your dreams is a key to understanding your deepest self. Dreams can serve as a vital link with the inner self, bringing us great insight and helping us find solutions to our daily problems and worries.
When God Speaks: How to Interpret Dreams, Visions, Sign and Wonders - Chuck D. Pierce and Rebecca Wagner Sytsema
Published: - 2005: Gospel Light
As God has spoken throughout the ages, He continues to speak today in many different ways. This book helps you to understand what God is saying.