I very rarely remember my dreams, but when I do (and it’s usually because I’ve been woken up mid-way through a particularly vivid dream), I often wonder how on earth did my brain make up such weirdness? What’s the purpose of dreaming and why does my brain have a particular penchant for a genre which if it were a novel would be classified as ‘fantasy’ (of which I very rarely read).
I’ve read a couple of books in the past on the topic and they seemed quite lightweight – ‘if you dream about this, it means that’ type of thing. When I came across ‘The Dream Interpreters’, it intrigued me as the author Dr Adam has a background in academic writing and spent her career as a counsellor.
Using 5 well established theories on how to interpret dreams, the author has built on these and developed her own model. I guess what I like about this book is that it’s not just theoretical, the author also gives you a toolkit to allow you to interpret your own dreams. It’s easy to learn and follow – I just wish I could remember more of my dreams!
S. Lambert, (Good Reads, Jun 2019)
Brilliant book and it’s got me thinking outside of the box. Nice change from all the other books on the market.
N Bicknall, (Nov 2018)
My friend recommended this book and it turned out to be a really interesting way of deciphering dreams. It looks at you as a person and your life situations to help interpret meanings that's relevant to you. It's a fascinating insight into how dreams work, well worth a read.
LR81, (Amazon, May 2019)
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