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Dreamer's Companion : A Young Person's Guide to Understanding Dreams and Using Them Creatively - Stephen Phillip Policoff

Dreamer's Companion

A Young Person's Guide to Understanding Dreams and Using Them Creatively

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Dreams are blueprints of the unconscious mind, and this guide provides the key to reading them. Written for young people ages 12 and up, The Dreamer's Companion shows how dreams have shaped human thought from ancient times through the work of Sigmund Freud and Carl Jung to today, as writers, artists, scientists, and dreamers try to understand their origin, meaning, and eerie power. From keeping a dream journal to using dreams to problem-solve, here are tools for mining and enjoying these treasures of the sleeping world.

Introduction
The Unique World of the Dreamer: Your dream landscape is part of your uniquenessp. 1
Caution: Misconceptions Ahead: Eight misconceptions and superstitions people have about dreamsp. 9
Asclepius, Joseph, and Other Heavy Dudes: A walk through time and the role of dreams in ancient historyp. 19
Giant Turtles to Guide Us: Vision quests, sexual dreams, and gaining insight into your true feelingsp. 27
The Royal Road: Sigmund Freud and the animal side of human naturep. 37
Walking through the Tunnel: Carl Jung, UFOs, and human longing for spiritual guidancep. 47
Pieces of the Puzzle: No one has more practice in understanding dreams than you dop. 59
Help! I'm a Victim of Neurochemicals!: The mechanics of how our brains work or where our brains come up with this weird stuffp. 69
OK, Wait ... This Isn't Real, Right?: Lucid dreaming and other cool night journeysp. 79
I Wake Up Screaming!: Anxiety dreams and other common childhood experiencesp. 91
The Far Side of Dreams: Premonitions, The "X-Files," and the "Twilight Zone" of unexplained phenomp. 107
Fourteen Deep and Important Questions about Dreams: Flying, falling, and other dream tripsp. 125
Opening the Door: Training yourself to recall your night journeysp. 141
Ready, Set, Journal! Dream fragments, diaries, and dreaming solutions to your problemsp. 149
Open Letters: Understanding the symbols in your dreams - a unique interpretation for each personp. 161
More Letters: Some dream themes to considerp. 173
Questions, Questions, Questions! More questions to help you figure out those crazy, weird images in your headp. 191
The Little People Made Me Do It! Dreams can renew and enhance your creative instincts; your dreams can inspire your writing, drawing, dancing, singing, and morep. 197
I'll Let You Be in My Dream: Form a dream group to share and understand the theater of the nightp. 235
The Hope of Dreams: Dreams can entice us to leap over the boulders life hurls in our pathp. 245
Appendix: Read These! See These!p. 249
Bibliographyp. 263
Table of Contents provided by Blackwell. All Rights Reserved.

ISBN: 9781556522802
ISBN-10: 1556522800
Audience: Tertiary; University or College
For Ages: 12 - 16 years old
For Grades: 7 - 11
Format: Paperback
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 264
Published: 1st November 1997
Country of Publication: US
Dimensions (cm): 14.0 x 19.0  x 1.91
Weight (kg): 0.3