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REVIEWS of The Bedside Guide to Dreams
EXCELLENT! Reviewer: K.L., Norton, MA I was surprised when I read this book. I was expecting it to solve all of my dream problems and interpret them all for me. BOY WAS I WRONG! And that is WHY I LOVED THIS BOOK. Each chapter deals with a different dream subject and gives examples by listing dreams that other people had. It talks in depth about why you were dreaming about this subject and how to figure out what it means in your life. There is no A-Z listing of one word descriptions. This book instructs so that you can interpret them correctly... as to what they mean in YOUR life, not based on someone's general description. With this book you can break a dream down to it's barest essentials and you will be surprised how easily the meaning will come to you. I highly recommend this dream book. I will recommend this book to all my friends so they can interpret their own dreams. GREAT BOOK! Reviewer: Robert W. Smith, VA I knew Stase when she was in grad school. She is a wonderful, warm, spiritual person. She presented a program on dreams for our psychology club and then conducted a one day seminar for interested members. I went to both and really enjoyed them. I learned so much from her. When her book came out, I bought it and have used it ever since to interpret my dreams. It is useful, practical, and very intuitive. Sometimes dream books are really 'out there'. But this one works! Stase works with you and your dreams, instead of pushing some weird pseudo-Freudian interpretation on you. This is the only book you need if you want to interpret your dreams! A TERRIFIC BOOK ON DREAMS Reviewer: A reader This is a terrific book on dreams. I say this as a counselor and therapist who has worked with dreams of others as well as my own for years. The author's main premise goes beyond the old paradigm that a dream comes with a message. She states dreams also come with a purpose or goal which she relates to 'dream types'. Michaels makes a compelling argument for first understanding a dream in the context of the dream type to get the message quickly. For example, a dream may show you taking a cruise. One dream type purpose would suggest that taking a vacation would relieve emotional stress (an Emotional Rebalancing dream). Another might suggest a career change into the travel business (Decision Making dream). If you understand the dream's goal, the message is easy to get. The goal is easily deciphered by the dreamer's life context at the time of the dream. The Guide lists 27 such goals or dream types and shows how to recognize each by giving real life examples and pointing out their distinguishing features. No other dream book does this. It also contains a 50 page 'How to' section on interpretation using a Five Step Method that works superbly for both those new to dreams and those who are experienced. If you are investigating the meaning of your dreams, this book is a must.
A GREAT START FOR DREAM ANALYSIS Reviewer: Candice M., Austin, TX When I opened the book and realized there was no subject index; it is not a dream dictionary though the book has chapters by 27 types of dreams. I was worried how useful it was going to be. When you wake up and remember a certain type of dream, you want to look it up. Then I just started reading it and I found it very useful. It talks about why we dream and what dreams do for our bodies and our minds. It also has specific sections on decisions in dreams or worry dreams or life-changing dreams. The more I read the book, the more I liked it.
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