The Dream Dictionary from A to Z: The Ultimate A-Z to Interpret the Secrets of Your Dreams Paperback – 5 Mar 2009
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About the Author
Theresa Cheung was born into a family of psychics and astrologers. Since receiving a masters from King's College, Cambridge, she has been involved in the study of the psychic world and dream interpretation. Theresa has contributed to magazines such as Red, She, and Fate & Fortune and is the author of over 25 books including ‘Amazing You: Dreams’ (Hodder).
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Top Customer Reviews
There is no mumbo jumbo farcical nonsense in here and it just gives you the meanings of each dream, now you can believe as much or as little of it as you want, however, really, if you want a dream dictionary which stands above the rest, then you could do a lot worse
In conclusion, highly recommended, great price, great descriptions and easy to find what i needed and wanted and it didnt confuse me with fancy terms or unbelievable facts.
This is more a a full, slightly more in-depth analysis when compared to the book I had before which is not what I was looking for. I feel that many common dreams are not covered in this book. Although it's presented as a 'From A-Z' I really feel the title is a little misleading as I am struggling to find some common areas.
On a positive note, if you are looking for a beginners book of understanding dreams then I think this is as good a start as any. Cheung does offer other leading opinions (Freud and Yung) in addition to her own which is nice.
What I did like is the practical explanations that Cheung provides rather than going down the mystical route.
Would I recommend it? As an interest in learning about dreams book - yes. As a quick reference A-Z dream dictionary - no.
A recommended book for all those curious about the dream world ...
Thank you Theresa Cheung, you're a star (no pun intended)
Most Recent Customer Reviews
One of my favourite little books. Helps me dissect my dreams - I absolutely love it.Published 5 months ago by Amazon Customer
I bought this a few weeks ago and the white design on the back is flaking off. Don't bother!Published 9 months ago by Rebecca
I use this book often pretty much every time I remember what I have dreamt about, amazing what things mean and you would never think😅Published 10 months ago by Imogen