12,000 Dreams Interpreted: A New Edition for the 21st Century

Dreams Interpreted A New Edition for the st Century A bestselling classic back and bigger than ever Nearly a century ago Gustavus Hindman Miller published his groundbreaking masterwork Dreams Interpreted the most compelling and thorough stud

  • Title: 12,000 Dreams Interpreted: A New Edition for the 21st Century
  • Author: Gustavus Hindman Miller Lenore Skomal
  • ISBN: 9781402784170
  • Page: 417
  • Format: Paperback
  • A bestselling classic, back and bigger than ever Nearly a century ago, Gustavus Hindman Miller published his groundbreaking masterwork, 10,000 Dreams Interpreted, the most compelling and thorough study of all the symbols that appear in our dreamscape Miller offered an enlightening introduction to dream history and types, and organized his symbols into eminently logicalA bestselling classic, back and bigger than ever Nearly a century ago, Gustavus Hindman Miller published his groundbreaking masterwork, 10,000 Dreams Interpreted, the most compelling and thorough study of all the symbols that appear in our dreamscape Miller offered an enlightening introduction to dream history and types, and organized his symbols into eminently logical categories Now, popular psychic and medium Linda Shields has updated this classic, featuring revisions and additions to than 2,000 of his original interpretations as well as 2,000 entirely new entries This brings the book up to speed with our modern life, including objects unknown in Miller s time, such as cell phones, computers, televisions, and An exciting, enriching, and elegantly packaged revision that s a must have for anyone who dreams

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    1. A century ago, Gustavus Hindman Miller wrote a dictionary of words describing things experienced in dreams and gave his interpretation of them. Psychic, Linda Shields recognized that a whole lot of new words have entered the picture in the past hundred years and decided to update Miller's book. Having only a 12,000 word vocabulary of dream symbols seems adequate to this rather silly book, but I suppose people with limited vocabularies would be those most likely to attend to the ministrations of [...]

    2. Painfully, disappointingly bad. I found this in my library's psychology section, with hopes of broadening my understanding of some new symbols in my sleep. You'd have better luck understanding your dreams if you opened a bag of fortune cookies. I am usually not so harsh, but the descriptions in this book are so vague and short that there is no real applicability to dream analysis. If you've read a more comprehensive and realistic dream book, such as Dictionary of Dreams by Rose Inserra, this one [...]

    3. I bought a different dream dictionary that was highly recommended and I prefer to use this one. It has more items in which to look up and the authors cut to the chase with the meanings! Highly recommend this dictionary!

    4. And my personal favorite"If you dream of buttocks, prepare for good times ahead"Woohoo! Bring on the good times!

    5. WOAH. Helluva lot of information! Really good for waking up in the morning and figuring out that strange dream you had last night

    6. I got this for Christmas and really enjoyed this!!! I love interpreting dreams and kept a dream journal when I was little - this made me super happy :)

    7. I love this, I just wish it had some phrases as well! I sat and read through this in 2 days and it's a book I will come back through for my whole life!!

    8. I had high hopes for this book but they were mostly crushed by this book's seeming little knowledge of psychology. I was a little disappointed by this book.

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