In Your Dreams: Falling, Flying And Other Dream Themes - A New Kind Of Dream Dictionary by Gayle M. Delaney

In Your Dreams: Falling, Flying And Other Dream Themes - A New Kind Of Dream Dictionary

byGayle M. Delaney

Paperback | May 9, 1997

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At last, an 'intelligent' dream dictionary – by an internationally renowned dream expert! No one-size-fits-all dream formulas here: Gayle Delaney provides simple, personalized tools to uncover the unique meaning in 'your' dreams.

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Gayle M. Delaney, has been featured as a dream expert on Oprah, Good Morning America, Leeza, Joan Rivers, and countless other television and radio shows worldwide. She lives in Mill Valley, CA.

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Title:In Your Dreams: Falling, Flying And Other Dream Themes - A New Kind Of Dream DictionaryFormat:PaperbackDimensions:304 pages, 8 × 5.31 × 0.69 inPublished:May 9, 1997Publisher:HarperCollins

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ISBN - 10:0062514121

ISBN - 13:9780062514127

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Nestled in your bed, you close your eyes and ready your body for a restful sleep. But as you descend into la la land, strange things begin to happen: you're flying in the air above the ocean; you're being chased down an unfamiliar hallway or maybe you're even standing naked in the street. No, you're not losing your mind, you're simply having a dream and in this fascinating book, Gayle M. Delaney can help you make sense of it all. In Your Dreams: Falling, Flying and Other Dream Themes - A New Kind of Dream Dictionary provides practical tools for discovering the distinct meaning of your very personal dreams. It teaches you how to interpret your dreams by examining their themes, settings, and other elements, to help you understand your dreams in the context of your life history and experience.