The Dreamer’s Dictionary
by Barbara O’Guinn Condron
320 pages 6.0 x 9.0
The only reference book of its kind includes over a thousand dream symbols and their in-depth meaning in the Universal Language of Mind. Based on decades of research conducted by the School of Metaphysics, the people who sponsor www.dreamschool.org and the annual National Dream Hotline®, this is the book that answers the most commonly asked questions about dreams while teaching you how to understand your own. From lucid dreaming to precognition to enhancing dream recall, this book has been a steadfast seller for two decades.
SECTION 1 – provides wide-ranging and fascinating historical, spiritual and psychological insights into the workings of the subconscious mind in the dream state.
SECTION 2 – Over 1000 entries from abbey to money to zoo translated from English into the Universal Language of Mind. Plus thoughts to consider for interpretation and personal significance of your dreams.
SECTION 3 – focuses on the art of interpreting dreams including possible responses to communication received while in the dream state.
Each one of us was taught and has learned English. Otherwise writing and reading this book would be very difficult, if not impossible. If this book was penned in a language foreign to you, you would see strings of letters and symbols unfamiliar to you — characters without meaning. You wouldn’t identify them as words so you wouldn’t be able to assess any meaning to them. Communication would not occur. This is often what happens with our dream states. Communication does not break down, rather it does not occur because the outer mind and the inner mind do not speak a language common to both of them. –The Dreamer’s Dictionary
Dreams: Our Nighttime Counselors
by Laurel Clark
238 pages 5.5 x 8.5
This book encourages you to explore your intuition, illustrating how dreams can open doors to the mysterious realm of subconscious mind and superconscious reality. Whether your dreams are spiritual or healing, inspire art, music, or poetry, or guide you to discover your calling, the dream world is magical and powerful. Honoring a dream is a way to pay homage to the divine.
edited by Teresa Martin
211 pages 5.5 x 8.5
Personal experiences and universal insights into the nature of dreaming provide the reader with guidance as to the meaning of his or her own dream experiences. Twelve authors provide unique perspectives of dreams and their relationship to our waking lives. This book covers topics like Dreams and American Youth to Existing on Inner Planes. Lucid Dreaming provides a perspective of the mind communication that occurs for every man, woman and child on the planet.
The Moon’s Effect on Dreams
edited by Christine Madar
152 pages 4.75 x 7.5
The Global Lucid Dreaming Experiences (GLiDE) are conducted by researchers at the College of Metaphysics in the United States. Lucid dreaming is the conscious perception of one’s state while dreaming. This book records findings from the second GLiDE experiment. The premise of these experiments is that lucid dreaming is a universal experience for Homo sapiens. The experiment enables a forum to prove that lucid dreaming occurs around the world, across cultures, relations, races, ages, and nationalities.
Every Dream is About the Dreamer
by Barbara O’Guinn Condron
280 pages 5.5 x 8.5
Can dreams be a premonition, or a glimpse of another dimension? How can a child’s dreams help you be a better parent? Why do we wish some dreams would never end? This book is a compilation of dream Q & A from dreamschool.org. It reveals the meaning of common themes that run through our dreams. Once decoded, they become personal mythologies revealing individual quests for success, enlightenment, and peace.