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12,000 Dreams Interpreted: A New Edition for the 21st Century

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A bestselling classic, back and bigger than ever!
 
Nearly a century ago, Gustavus Hindman Miller published his groundbreaking masterwork, 10,000 Dreams Interpreted, the most compelling and thorough study of all the symbols that appear in our dreamscape. Miller offered an enlightening introduction to dream history and types, and organized his symbols into eminently logical categories. Now, popular psychic and medium Linda Shields has updated this classic, featuring revisions and additions to more than 2,000 of his original interpretations as well as 2,000 entirely new entries. This brings the book up to speed with our modern life, including objects unknown in Miller's time, such as cell phones, computers, televisions, and more.
 
An exciting, enriching, and elegantly packaged revision that's a must-have for anyone who dreams!

 

Editorial Reviews

Popular psychic and medium Shields has paired up with Skomal (The Keeper of Lime Rock: The Remarkable True Story of Ida Lewis, America's Most Celebrated Lighthouse Keeper) to update Miller's classic dream manual, first published almost a century ago. Such now-common things as the Internet, Jet Skis, and money-market accounts have been added to Miller's original 10,000 dream scenarios. The book includes an introduction discussing how and why dreams can foretell your future. One thing that has changed since Miller's time is our understanding of psychology, which reflects that different objects, ideas, or situations can mean different things to different people. Entries are organized alphabetically, so readers can browse through common subjects or objects in dreams. VERDICT This will be of interest to New Age fans, and it is a fun book for lay readers to leaf through; however, the concept itself is outdated.—Susan B. Hagloch, formerly with Tuscarawas Cty. P.L., New Philadelphia, OH

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