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Ariadne's Book of Dreams: A Dictionary of Ancient and Contemporary…

by Ariadne Green

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0446677523, Paperback)

Dreams have long been regarded as a powerful tool for unlocking the secrets of the subconscious. However, most dream interpretation books rely on traditional symbols and definitions cribbed from ancient mythology that often have little relevance to modern society. No ordinary dream dictionary, Ariadne's Book of Dreams is a compendium of symbols ranging from ancient times to today. This guide to the subconscious world allows for specific application by dividing dreams into three arenas, representing relationships to the physical, emotional, and metaphysical realms of life. It incorporates contemporary objects and issues including computers, Madonna, and chow mein with traditional and mythological imagery, offering the reader a fuller more accessible scope to the meaning of dreams. Complete with an alphabetical listing of symbols and their possible meanings, as well as techniques for dream recall and evaluation this book is a comprehensive resource for dream interpretation in the new millenium.

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