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Dictionary for Dreamers by Tom Chetwynd
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Dictionary for Dreamers (1972)

by Tom Chetwynd

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Dreams are part of the process of human evolution, and whether the individual notices it or not, dreams will always be contributing to his efforts to fulfill the whole of his potential, concentrating especially on those parts that he is neglecting and that are therefore threatening the growth and development of his personality.
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0586081593, Paperback)

A comprehensive key to the baffling language of dream symbolism outlining the meanings of over five hundred symbols and their interpretations.

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