A Teaching Tool
In 1997 I wrote and published (hard copy) a dream symbol dictionary along with a set of cards. The dream dictionary was written with the intention of teaching people how to interpret their own dreams. Only a few thousand copies were sold but then in 2009 we put it up on a web site for people to use for free and it attracts more than 6000 visitors a month! Many returning to use the dictionary whenever they have a dream that's troubling, exciting or just plain puzzling! You can find the online dreams dictionary here
Dreams Dictionary Methodology
The way the dictionary works is the following:
Step 1 Think of a dream you have had. Write it down (if you haven’t already)
including as many details as you can recall. Read
the dream out loud to yourself. Ideally it's best to record your dream into a recording device and listen to yourself on the recording describing the dream. You would be amazed at what you figure out just by doing this step alone!
Step 2 While thinking about your dream,
choose a dream symbol to work on.
Step 3 Answer the question at the end of
the dream dictionary description of your chosen dream symbol. You can write
down your answer or tape record it or have someone make notes for you. This is helpful for summing up at the end.
Step 4 Pick your next dream
symbol and look it up in the dictionary. Keep going through what you consider the primary symbols in the dream.
Give the dictionary a try! It's fun and it's a great learning tool hopefully leading you to better understand what your unconscious mind and spirit is telling you in the best way it knows how.
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