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    Dream Dictionaries

    These are the two I'm using ATM.:
    If you have other favorites, please post yours
    http://www.dreammoods.com/dreamdictionary/
    http://www.kurtleland.com/dream-interpretation/crash-course/71-vii-dream-dictionary

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    Re: Dream Dictionaries

    I have this one:
    http://www.amazon.com/Your-Dreams-Ul...dp/1571744339/

    Lots of entries, but not much detail on each. It's ok, good for keeping by the bed for when I can't get to the computer. Or when I'm really baffled and need a basic framework to start associating.
    "Simplicate, then add lightness."

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    Re: Dream Dictionaries

    Is there any standard reference book on dream interpretation, not just dictionary to look up terms - however, probably included therein - but possibly also in 'easy-read' prose text format, too?
    Any 'must-have'? Looking for sth which is the 'bible' for dream interpretation - such as comparatively the Monroe / Bruce / Buhlman books are for AP.
    This collector of useless clutter.

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    Re: Dream Dictionaries

    Frankly, I don't think there are, except for some of Jung's work on dream analysis, but I like to gather from many sources and schools of thought.
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    I am apparently waking an old thread here, but I like dream interpretation. I used the school of metaphysics dream dictionary to get started, but I have learned a very simple way to interpret dreams that cuts to the chase.

    Think of the symbol and everything it means to you. Everything. For example food. It is nourishment, which gives you energy. Depending on the quality of that food, it will have different effects on the quality of energy you have. Since it is in the mind that we see this food, the representation is that of mental nourishment, or knowledge.

    In my experience, dream interpretation has become a breeze by doing this. The only difficulty I still have is with the people in my dreams.

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