eBook Review: BE YOUR OWN DREAM DETECTIVE: HOW TO INTERPRET ANY DREAM
Publisher: Earthpulse UK
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eBook Review Of “BE YOUR OWN DREAM DETECTIVE: HOW TO INTERPRET ANY DREAM”
Have you ever wanted to decode the meaning hidden within your dreams but found that dream dictionaries never seem to ring true for you? Maybe it’s time to move on from ‘one-size-fits-all’ interpretations and into the realm of holistic dream analysis.
After a decade of exploring his client’s inner worlds, dream interpreter and psychology graduate, Neil Hocking, found that two crucial elements were needed to get to the core meaning; two elements that were always missing from other dream books:
First, it was usually necessary to by-pass the inner censor – the ego. This part of the psyche inevitably draws attention to the aspects of the dream it feels is important to the exclusion of more subtle information. Just like the bumbling police inspector in a Sherlock Holmes novel, the ego already thinks it knows the meaning of the dream…especially if the real interpretation undermines its security.
That’s why it is important to use a framework, like the one presented in this “BE YOUR OWN DREAM DETECTIVE: HOW TO INTERPRET ANY DREAM” book, to systematically search the dream for the most elusive clues.
Second, there needed to be some way of gauging the accuracy of the dream interpretation…hard enough when looking at your own dreams and nigh on impossible when analysing somebody else’s.
Fortunately, Neil also stumbled across a unique solution to that problem .Yes, this “BE YOUR OWN DREAM DETECTIVE: HOW TO INTERPRET ANY DREAM” book will also show you how to use your own body to help interpret your dreams.
Neil’s unique interpretative framework is laid out in full in this e-book, split up over seven insightful chapters. By applying the method systematically you will be able to build up a fascinating picture of each of your dreams, no matter how banal or bizarre.
There is also a handy history of dream interpretation through the ages and a sprinkling of famous dream moments, such as Sir Paul McCartney’s discovery of the song ‘Yesterday’ and the creation of Robert Louis Stevenson’s ‘Dr. Jeckyll and Mr. Hyde’.
And for those of you who are convinced, like the author, that dreams are more than just the idle ramblings of the resting brain, there is a fascinating chapter on intriguing phenomena such as Near Death Experiences, shamanic journeys and astral projection.
At a fraction of the price of a dream dictionary, this powerful tool brings you face to face with the ultimate dream expert – your inner self.
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