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Dreams: What Your Subconscious Wants To Tell You

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ISBN: 9781925924480
Publisher: Rockpool Publishing
Published: 1 May, 2020
Format: Paperback / softback
Language: English

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Dreams: What Your Subconscious Wants To Tell You

Discover how you can intuitively interpret your dream symbols and on waking, use practical self-help remedies to recall the dream's message. You can learn to unlock your dreams and bring them to your conscious mind to process.Explore the meanings behind some of the most common dreams, recurring dreams, violent and sexual dreams, Freud and Jung's psychoanalytical early interpretations, archetypes in dreams, and the magic in mystical dreaming. Learn the practices of recalling dreams, lucid dreaming, dream journalling and proven dream techniques that include active imagination, meditation, dream group therapy, and ancient dreaming.

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