The Dream Dictionary: A Guide to Understanding Your Unconscious Mind

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Brolga Publishing, 2010 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 170 pages
The Dream Dictionary brings together psychology, literature and cosmopolitan mythology to decipher and interpret modern day dreams. The Dream Dictionary provides a guide for the dreamer to discover insights into their dream life that may then influence their waking life. From abandonment, fire, hands, princes and vampires, The Dream Dictionary arms the dreamer with all the tools they need to unravel the messages of their subconscious and allow the insight and magic of dreams to fill their lives. An easy-to-read and navigate guide to the A-Z of dreams and their meanings.

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About the author (2010)

Lolla Stewart is a local author and regular writer for Brolga Publishing. Her work varies from the helpful to the hilarious, including Fun Activities for Children, Dream Dictionary and Brolga's Little Book of Household Hints. This updated version of the Aussie Slang Dictionary has additional entries researched and compiled by Christine Fotis.

Paul Bugeja is a Sydney-based writer, editor, screenwriter and actor. Having studied at the University of Melbourne, the Victorian College of the Arts and RMIT, his interests are broad, ranging from sport to film to politics. He is a member of Actors Equity, the Australian Writers Guild and the NSW Society of Editors.

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