The best Dream Interpretation Books

By Robert A. Johnson
Published: September 1st 2009
A noted author and Jungian analyst teaches how to use dreams and inner exercises to achieve personal wholeness and a more satisfying life.
By Ariadne Green
Published: September 1st 2001
Dreams have long been regarded as a powerful tool for unlocking the secrets of the subconscious. However, most dream interpretation books rely on traditional symbols and definitions cribbed from ancient mythology that often have little relevance to modern society.
By Sigmund Freud
Published: September 15th 1994
Freud's discovery that the dream is the means by which the unconscious can be explored is undoubtedly the most revolutionary step forward in the entire history of psychology. Dreams, according to his theory, represent the hidden fulfillment of our unconscious wishes. See also: Top 10 ebook organizers
By Cynthia Richmond
Published: September 14th 2010
Based on over 20 years of experience as a dream analyst and having read and worked with more than 55,000 dreams, Cynthia Richmond has created the perfect system for getting the most value from our dreams. Our nightly dramas offer guidance, inspiration and perspective that can increase the quality of our waking lives.
By Scott Cunningham
Published: October 8th 1999
This text explains a ritual system designed to secure dreams from personal deities, based on the techniques of antiquity as well as personal experience. It also offers an in-depth guide to recalling and recording dreams, interpreting them and determining whether they are of divine origin.
By Pamela J. Ball
Published: October 3rd 2000
Dreams are said to be the mind's way of making sense of the various issues it deals with at any given time--be it work, family, health, relationships.
By Wilda B. Tanner
Published: October 1st 2004
Wilda's joy and enthusiasm are contagious and her teachings, while deeply meaningful, are couched in simple language suited to every age. This book shows how to recognize dreams which contain teaching and encouragement from your Higher Self.
By Robert L. Van De Castle
Published: October 17th 1995
"A MASTERPIECE ON DREAMS...This book is a singular resource.... If it inspires you to remember your dreams, this book will change your life. If it inspires you to act on your dreams, this book will change the world.
By Kathleen Fields
Published: May 7th 2014
Just about everyone has had at least one dream that we cannot forget! On the other hand, maybe we can only remember a small portion of it so clearly that we see it repeatedly when our eyes are closed. Some of us may have had a dream that gnaws away at us...
By Robert Moss
Published: May 7th 1996
Written by a popular leader of dream workshops and seminars, Conscious Dreaming details a unique nine-step approach to dreams, especially precognitive and clairvoyant ones, that uses contemporary dreamwork methods and techniques developed from shamanic cultures around the world.
By Mark St. Pierre
Published: May 30th 1995
Walking in the Sacred Manner is an exploration of the myths and culture of the Plains Indians, for whom the everyday and the spiritual are intertwined and women play a strong and important role in the spiritual and religious life of the community.
By Lynn V. Andrews
Published: May 1st 1989
Lynn Andrews, bestselling author of Star Woman and Jaguar Woman, continues her "chronicle of the spirit" with an extraordinary journey to th e wilderness of Central Australia, where she discovers the power of crystals.
By Kathleen Fields
Published: March 21st 2014
Just about everyone has had at least one dream that we cannot forget! On the other hand, maybe we can only remember a small portion of it so clearly that we see it repeatedly when our eyes are closed. Some of us may have had a dream that gnaws away at us...
By Kathleen Fields
Published: June 5th 2014
Just about everyone has had at least one dream that we cannot forget! On the other hand, maybe we can only remember a small portion of it so clearly that we see it repeatedly when our eyes are closed. Some of us may have had a dream that gnaws away at us...
By Jane Teresa Anderson
Published: June 1st 2005
Use this book as a guide to your dreams and interpret the messages your dreams carry about your waking life. If you think that dreams are trivial and unimportant then think again. As Jane Teresa Anderson explains, your dreams are the key to understanding why you feel and act as you do in certain situations.
By Fred Alan Wolf
Published: June 1st 1995
In The Dreaming Universe author Fred Alan Wolf examines the psychological and scientific elements of this most personal yet most enigmatic of human processes.
By Ken Eagle Feather
Published: June 11th 2007
A metaphysical instruction manual on the role of dreaming in the Toltec tradition , Describes the energy body, its modes of perception, and how it produces dreaming , Provides an outline of the dream gates showing how they correspond to the chakras , Includes detailed instructions for awakening dreaming potential.
By Julie Gillentine
Published: July 8th 2003
The Tarot is both a symbolic alphabet and a book of wisdom that speaks to the subconscious. Dreams speak to us in the same way, namely in symbols of a universal nature. In this work, explore the meanings of the Major and Minor Arcana as they pertain to dreams.
By Mary Summer Rain
Published: January 1st 1993
What is a Dreamwalker? They are the rare few who, as Mary Summer Rain describes them, are "led by the spirit,' have "shed the yoke of desire and self-want," and have discarded the need for material gain and all evidence of negative thought. Without any personal goals, they travel the path of knowledge and go where the spirit of truth leads them.
By James A. Hall
Published: January 1st 1983
Dreams, called God's forgotten language by some and messages from the devil by others, have long been seen as portents of the future.
By Kathleen Fields
Published: February 27th 2014
Just about everyone has had at least one dream that we cannot forget! On the other hand, maybe we can only remember a small portion ofit so clearly that we see it repeatedly when our eyes are closed. Some of usmay have had a dream that gnaws away at us...
By Garuda
Published: December 31st 2001
Your dreams are messages direct from the unconscious--so awaken yourself to their significance through correct analysis.
By Robert Moss
Published: December 16th 2004
Explores the ancient Iroquois tradition of dreams, healing, and the recovery of the soul, Explains Native American shamanic dream practices and their applications and purpose in modern life, Shows how dreams call us to remember and honor our soul's true purpose, Offers powerful Active Dreaming methods for regaining lost soul energy.
By Merilyn Tunneshende
Published: August 1st 1996
The Tzolkin, the Mayan prophetic calendar, points to this age as one of great change and transformation. Beginning in the last Katun-twenty-year cycle-the Earth Mother will withdraw her life force energy to facilitate the transition to a new world, the Sixth Sun of Pure Consciousness, that dawns in the year 2012.
By David K. Randall
Published: August 13th 2012
An engrossing examination of the science behind the little-known world of sleep.

Like many of us, journalist David K. Randall never gave sleep much thought. That is, until he began sleepwalking. One midnight crash into a hallway wall sent him on an investigation into the strange science of sleep.
By Biographiq
Published: April 1st 2008
Carl Jung - Dreams and Philosophy is the biography of Carl Jung, a Swiss psychiatrist, influential thinker, and founder of analytical psychology. Jung's unique and broadly influential approach to psychology has emphasized understanding the psyche through exploring the worlds of dreams, art, mythology, world religion and philosophy.
By Kathleen Fields
Published: 2014
Just about everyone has had at least one dream that we cannot forget! On the other hand, maybe we can only remember a small portion of it so clearly that we see it repeatedly when our eyes are closed. Some of us may have had a dream that gnaws away at us... wondering what the meaning could be, or perhaps have had a frightening dream that seems to be predicting a harsh.
By Robert Moss
Published: 2012
In this extraordinary book, shamanic dream teacher Robert Moss shows us how to become shamans of our own souls and healers of our own lives. The greatest contribution of the ancient shamans to modern healing is the understanding that in the course of any life we are liable to suffer soul loss — the loss of parts of our vital energy and identity — and that to be whole.
By Caitlín Matthews
Published: 2012
Through prayers, chants, and practical exercises, Celtic Visions teaches readers how to tap into their inner spiritual power, enabling them to experience heightened perception and open portals to other realms of existence. Drawn from ancient Gaelic and Welsh sources, this visionary guide reveals the truth behind the prophetic visions of the druids and seers.
By Abu Ameenah Bilal Philips
Published: 2010
Dream interpretation has been a long, established tradition in Islam. Indeed, the Prophet Muhammed (pbuh) regularly practiced it, as well it is mentioned in the Holy Qur'an. However, today, it has become mixed up with superstition, myth, and fortunetelling that most educated Muslims shun this area.
By Mark O'Connell
Published: 2009
A unique exploration of humanity's universal visual vocabulary through history and around the world, with expert commentary and definitions, Interprets the coded communication systems of the deep inner self, both conscious and unconscious.
By Alberto Villoldo
Published: 2009
Modern physics tells us that we’re dreaming the world into being with every thought. Courageous Dreaming tells us how to dream our world with power and grace. The ancient shamans of the Americas understood that we’re not only creating our experience of the world, but are dreaming up the very nature of reality itself—that is, “life is but a dream.
By Penney Peirce
Published: 2008
Dreams! What do they mean? You probably recognize a connection between the dream world and the "real" world, but did you know that you can actually do things to nurture your dream life? "Dream Dictionary For Dummies" is the fun and fascinating guide that shows you not only how to decode your dreams, but how to remember them and even how to make a dream work for you.
By Gustavus Hindman Miller
Published: 2007
Gustavus Hindman Miller’s groundbreaking masterwork, published nearly a century ago, remains the most compelling and thorough study of all the symbols that appear in our dreamscape. Updated, beautifully designed, and wonderfully easy to follow, it’s an invaluable source of information and key to understanding the unconscious impulses that guide us.
By Clarissa Pinkola Estés
Published: 2003
We all dream five to seven times each night, offering a glimpse into a reality not normally available to us. Now Jungian analyst and author Clarissa Pinkola Est's explores the symbols, themes, and misconceptions of these "letters" from our unconscious, with the beginning student of dream interpretation in mind.
By Penney Peirce
Published: 2001
What do dreams mean? Where do they come from? Why do they occur? "Dreams For Dummies(R)" examines these fascinating questions and provides clear answers and insight into the topic. You will increase your dream recall, learn different ways to keep a dream journal, discover where dream content comes from, and more - all in one easy-to-understand reference guide.
By Alice Anne Parker
Published: 2001
Alice Anne Parker helps readers decipher their dreams using her proven techniques for remembering dreams, a dictionary of more than 2,000 key images, and an innovative method of interpretation using pivotal questions associated with dream images. This edition includes an additional 500 dream images and a new three-step process for understanding dreams.
By John James Stewart
Published: 1999
More native american dream catcher: . Religion, and the Dream. Dream Catchers: A Journey into Native American Spirituality. But contrary . A shaman may journey in the Otherworlds to gather information from the spirits, perform healings, guide the spirits of the dead to resting places, gain spiritual favor and power, or any number of other reasons.
By Penelope Shuttle
Published: 1995
This is a book which contains practical advice for women on how to understand themselves more holistically by tuning into their bodies' changes throughout their monthly cycle. It asserts that the changing rhythms of women's lives can be followed by examining the dreams they have, and also through their sensitivities to lunar cycles and weather.
By Omraam Mikhaël Aïvanhov
Published: 1991
You must not imagine that, just because some people have mediumistic capacities, this necessarily gives them access to every region of the invisible world; on the contrary, they will see only what corresponds to their own level of consciousness, their own thoughts and desires.
By Elizabeth Tooker
Published: 1988
The most in-depth and scholarly panorama of Western spirituality ever attempted!In one series, the original writings of the universally acknowledged teachers of the Catholic, Protestant, Eastern Orthodox, Jewish, Islamic and Native American traditions have been critically selected, translated and introduced by internationally recognized scholars and spiritual leaders.
By Stephen LaBerge
Published: 1985
Dr. Stephen LaBerge draws on recently developed techniques that teach you to be aware of what you are dreaming, and ultimately control and manipulate the outcome of your dreams, in order to: overcome long-term, deep-seated fears, anxieties, and phobias; harness the healing power of your unconscious, awaken creativity, and more. Dr. LaBerge presents further excersises in EXP Dr.
By Joseph Jastrow
Published: 1959
Freud: His Dream and Sex Theories Repressed Desires The Stuff of Dreams The Superego Sexualized Personality and other theories of Sigmund Freud analyzed by the Famous American Psychologist Joseph Jastrow.