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The following list of sources of information about dreams and dreaming was compiled as the result of a request by one of our members for more information about dreams. The list contains classics in the field. Each of the authors is most reputable and has an in depth knowledge of dreams. In the case of the Dream Network journal, it will prove to be a welcome edition to any household.
Faraday, Ann. The Dream Game. New York: Harper and Row, Publishers, 1974.
This paper back book is a wonderful introduction to the world of dreaming. It is far more important than its title might suggest.
Garfield, Patricia. The Universal Dream Key: The 12 Most Common Dream Themes Around the World. New York: Harper Collins Publishers, 2001.
Everyone is likely to see themselves in the writings of this book. So informative and well written.
Mallon, Brenda. Dream Time with Children. London and Philadelphia: Jessica Kingsley Publishers, 2002.
If you are interested in children’s dreams, this book is a winner.
Sanford, John A. Dreams, God’s Forgotten Language. New York: Harper Collins Publishers, 1989.
Dreams from a Christian perspective.
Sechrist, Elsie. Dreams Your Magic Mirror. Virginia Beach: ARE Press, 1997.
Now here’s a simply written delightful book by a person who knew Edgard Cayce well. Her work reflects Cayce’s approach to dream interpretation and application to waking life.
Thurston, Mark. How to Interpret Your Dreams. Virginia Beach: ARE Press, 1978.
This book lives up to its billing as a practical approach to dreaming.
Ullman, Montague and Claire Limmer. The Variety of Dream Experience. New York: Continuum Publishing Company, 1988.
Be sure to read about Montague Ullman’s approach to group dream work.
Van de Castle, Robert L. Our Dreaming Mind. New York: Ballantine Books, 1994.
An interesting, comprehensive, and enjoyable book that could be considered as a textbook of dreaming. It’s soon to be released in a second edition. Used copies are easily available at low prices.
Dream Network, a quarterly partially reader supported journal. This is a one of a kind publication that has wide appeal. It’s now going international for an even wider appeal. Enjoy the dreams of others as well as dream inspired art work. Take your pick of subscription type, hard copy, internet, or both.
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Dreams are today's answers to tomorrow's questions.~Edgar Cayce