Do your dreams seem like strange and distorted images that have nothing to do with real life? Don’t be misled. Dreams — once you learn how to interpret them — are actually an extraordinarily reliable commentary on the way you live your life. Now, with this remarkable book, you can make sense of the inner truth concealed in your dreams.
Dr. Robert Langs, a psychoanalyst and dream researcher, goes far beyond standard dream interpretation in showing how dreams tap into the deep wisdom stored in your unconscious. His revolutionary technique of trigger decoding takes you step by step through the fascinating process of analyzing your own dreams. You will learn to: – Discover your true feelings about loved ones and co-workers – Make sense of your most important relationships – Arrive at the right decisions about crucial events in your career and love life – Resolve stressful emotional situations – And much more
Clear and incisive, enlivened by scores of actual dream decodings, Decoding Your Dreams is both compelling to read and immediately useful in your own life. It can lead you to the peace and fulfillment that come from true self-understanding.
I hadn’t read DECODING YOUR DREAMS until it was recommended to me by an editor here at Ballantine who happens to be a big fan of the book. I’ve had very strong interest in the value and interpretations of dreams for more than ten years, and in that time, I’ve read a lot of different perspectives on the function of dream life, varying dream interpretations, and the supernatural aspects of dreaming. DECODING YOUR DREAMS is a great first look at dream life, teaching the novice dream interpreter to take control of his dreams and glean greater meaning from life by exploring his nightly journeys. What especially pleases me about DECODING YOUR DREAMS is that it puts the dreamer in the driver’s seat (as he should be). After all, although not everyone is in the habit of analyzing and even remembering his dreams, the dreaming itself comes naturally and it’s ultimately up to the dreamer to decide what the dream means to him. Catherine Elliott Ballantine Wellspring Editorial