Dictionary, Dreams-Signs-Symbols: The Source Code (The Ultimate Spiritual Guide to Dream Interpretation)

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Jan 26, 2014 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 872 pages


People often say they haven’t yet found a good dictionary to interpret their dreams, signs and symbols. The Source Code brings a whole new vision to the subject and will surely become one of the most important reference books in this field. It will be published simultaneously in English and French and found in bookstores and malls in many countries all over the world, including the UK and the USA. It’s written by Kaya, one of today’s most eminent specialists in dream interpretation, assisted by over 100 of his students, who are doctors, psychologists, nurses, therapists, linguists, teachers and specialists in many fields, in many different countries. The idea of uniting so many people for this extraordinary project came from the workshops Kaya has been giving on dream and symbol interpretation for over 12 years now. During these workshops, when Kaya asked students in groups of 4 to deepen and define symbols, he realized how advanced they were, and so he asked them to help him finish his work. Hence his publishing house, UCM set up work teams to carry out the necessary research so Kaya could then write the final metaphysical syntheses and definitions.

A book presenting the + and – of each symbol

The Dictionary, Dreams-Signs-Symbols, The Source Code, helps us discover, in great depth, over 870 pages, the most common words in dreams and signs. Each word is analyzed in detail with its physical and metaphysical characteristics, and a synthesis defining the + and – of each symbol is included. This provides the reader with an analytical, understandable vision of the various different possible interpretations. Just one word may occupy 2 or 3 explanatory pages, which makes this Dictionary very complete from all points of view. Readers will also find a detailed introduction explaining dream mechanics as well as the multiple angles and subtleties of dream and sign interpretation.

Extract from the Preface by Kasara (Kaya’s daughter)

The day we receive The Source Code, our life changes completely… Shortly after my birth, my father’s life completely changed. From one day to the next, he started having 10-50 dreams every night. He studied dreams in his dream. He could no longer tell the difference between dream and reality. To everyone’s surprise, he quit everything. He became the village fool, the incomprehensible hermit, and all to deepen his research and understanding of dreams. Everyone either laughed at him or didn’t understand. I lived through this change alongside him – those early years when we feel other people’s fear and mistrust because we aren’t like everyone else. The greatest philosophers and scholars of the past often lived as visionaries before being really understood, because they traced a new path, one which called into question our way of thinking and understanding of the world we live in.

My father went through many ordeals to offer us this unique book. You have no idea how psychologically difficult it was. I sometimes consoled him, hugging him, telling him it was going to be ok; everything was going to be all right. I have so much admiration and love for my father. He sacrificed his career, everything a man could wish for, in order to follow his inner guidance, the wind of change and transformation that took form in his dreams. Above all, he had the courage to turn the page, to completely change his life in order to get to know himself better, to better understand the Source Code and to transmit it to us today. Now, with this revolution of Knowledge for the science of our conscience, the great changes he undertook take on their full meaning. Surpassing all of the previous research into the meaning of dreams, Kaya opens the path to our autonomy of conscience; he helps us understand the multi-dimensions, the metaphysics that we all have within ourselves. He may have been ridiculed and denigrated as a man, but this whole path was all worthwhile to help people all over the world who are on a spiritual path today, seeking to make sense of their lives; therapists, psychiatrists, psychologists and doctors now use The Source Code to help patients better understand how their conscience works. 


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KAYA is considered to be one of the greatest specialists of our time in the domain of understanding and teaching how to interpret dreams, signs and symbols. He is a Bestselling Author and International Speaker and his approach & journey are truly unique. He was recently invited to present his research with a Multimedia HD presentation on Dream Interpretations at the Fringe Festival in Edinburgh, Scotland, one of the most prestigious Festivals in the World. His dream presentation and lecture was ranked #9 out of 2695 venues by the editor of The Scotland News. Living as a hermit for many years, KAYA delved into his dreams often sleeping for 20 hours a day, experiencing up to 50 dreams a night. He devoted himself to dream work and to a deeper understanding of how life offers us messages in both our waking and sleeping states through signs and symbols.

In KAYA’s new Dictionary, he unlocks the secrets to decoding the true meaning of our dreams. He reveals to us the Source Code: it is our dreams that show us the hidden dimension of what we are in the process of living, what is in our subconscious and/or what is being activated within us. He shares, “Through dreams, we go to the heart of our memories and we understand what we are experiencing, whether it is negative or positive.” 

In order to understand our dreams, Kaya believes that we must remember that all the elements and symbols we receive represent states of consciousness that are part of our being, and as spiritual beings, everything our spirit does is via symbols.

According to Kaya, generally people who write dictionaries of dream symbolism only use a psychological approach. His book comprises a spiritual approach for those who want to pursue a deeper understanding of their dreams and how dreams can support their spiritual evolution. 

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