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Feb. 6 2007
#1 New York Times bestselling author and world-renowned psychic Sylvia Browne offers a startling and revealing look into the world of dreams, illuminates a path to the beauty and truth that resides within everyone, and gives readers the knowledge to use their dreams to contact the world beyond.

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In Brown's previous works, we've visited past lives and the afterlife. Now this psychic takes us on a tour of dreaming.
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Sylvia Browne is the #1 New York Times bestselling author of The Other Side and Back; Life on The Other Side; Past Lives, Future Healing; and Adventures of a Psychic. She has been working as a psychic for nearly fifty years, and appears regularly on The Montel Williams Show. She has also appeared on Larry King Live, Good Morning America, CNN, and Entertainment Tonight. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.

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4.0 out of 5 stars Enjoyable and Intriguing Nov. 29 2003
I was a bit skeptical at first but I found this to be interesting. While I don't find myself "travelling to the Other Side" often when I dream, I found her explanations plausible. And I definitely agree with her assessment that dream dictionaries are fine, but a symbol in a dream may mean something entirely different to each individual. I liked her "dividing" dreams into five types, including prophetic dreams, an informational or problem-solving dream, and astral visits.
Sylvia goes into detail to describe each of these "dream types," and points out in our society people don't give enough credit to dreams. She does spend a chapter describing dream symbols, and it's as good a "dream dictionary" as any I've seen.
She also describes ways to make a dream (especially a bad one) end differently by "telling yourself" it's only a dream and to "choose" a different ending to a recurring bad dream.
I felt Sylvia did a very good job in describing dreams and what they mean or may not mean. Several dream books I've skimmed through seem to follow a "template" of sorts in trying to explain what your dreams mean. And Sylvia went out of her way to do the opposite in explaining dreams.
I'm glad I took the time to read this book.
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5.0 out of 5 stars How to make dream intrepretation easy. July 11 2003
Okay, I have to admit up front, I'm a Sylvia Browne freak. I loved all her books and how much she helps people when they are having difficulties in life.
(The reviewer that gave her "predictions" in a general broad manner to critique Sylvia, was even funny because she showed how general preditions are not much help at all and not even worth reading hers or anyone else's was great in justaposition to true psychics such as Sylvia and James Van Praagh. I just hope she doesn't quit her day job to become a "psychic"-hahaha)
But back to her book, Sylvia is far more skilled, and even though she does not have advanced degrees in psychology or psychiatry (which may even be an asset), she does a truly fantastic job in categorizing the types of dreams you may have (both recurring and nonrecurring)into 5 basic types, and then does a truly wonderful job of discussing how you can best further analyze a troubling or mystifying dream you have had to your benefit. (Freud, on the other hand, and others who have all the PhD's seem to complicate the matter of dream interpretation far beyond the average person's ken.)
In any case, Sylvia does give specific techniques for analyzing and understanding dreams, and even getting rid of nightmares and upsetting dreams that aren't there to help us.
She also gives numerous life examples of how properly analyzing the dream can help us in our daily lives or help us dispel fears and misunderstandings when we just take some time to properly put an annoying dream in perspective.
If you are interested in what dreams mean in a simplfied form, and how you can learn some simple techiques to learn from the information which is being relayed to you in your dreams, this book indeed is a well written, easy to understand and helpful guide.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Interesting information on what our dreams mean Feb. 9 2003
This is the second book I've read by Sylvia Browne. I enjoy her insights and the information about dreams, life after death, astral visits, etc. I am always interested in reading spirituality books, and I found this book of dreams very enlightening.
I have recently read "What Dreams May Come" by Richard Matheson about life after death, and what I found interesting was that his book was written in the late 70's and a lot of Browne's facts/theories in her book match with what Matheson wrote about in his fictional love story. (The Hall of Wisdom, Working plateaus, etc).
There were still a few times while reading "Book of Dreams" where I had to really shake my head and wonder, "Wow, is she for real??" But I kept reading and I think the ideas and theories do make some sense. Since her theories are hard to prove, our faith and beliefs are what spirituality is all about. I enjoy Browne and her books, and I rate this read a 4 out of 5 stars.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Dream...dream...dream....! Sept. 24 2002
No, this book doesn't put you to sleep..! Sylvia discusses various forms of dreams and how they effect our lives and also how we can deal with them. Various forms from lurid, astral to prophetic Sylvia has examined and answered a multiple of questions from people over the years asking about dreams. Her ability to look in to the information and decipher the meaning was Sylvia at her best. I liked her subject dealing with deceased loved ones coming into communication during our sleep which is very fulfilling and informative. Like all of Sylvia's work this book is very well done and enjoyable to read. I always find out more about myself when I read her books and look forward to further publications from her!
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1.0 out of 5 stars Save your money for your real "dreams" April 15 2003
Ms. Browne seems to be well meaning when describing her experiences and her dreams and those of others. However, the books spends more time discussing Ms. Browne's views about herself rather than focusing on the more interesting information about dreams themselves.
It is obvious from reading the book that Ms. Browne is a lay person and a "spiritual guide", not a scientist of any kind. I would venture to guess that most of the information she provides is based on her own opinions and conjecture rather than hard, sounds facts.
I was very disappointed with this book, and only "dream" of getting my money back . . .
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5.0 out of 5 stars :)
great read...
Published 1 month ago by sandra
5.0 out of 5 stars This Book Really Helped Me
My Mother gave me this book because she knows I have dreams that are often disturbing and eerie. This book helped me make sense of those dreams and come to a place in my mind... Read more
Published on Dec 8 2006 by Skye
3.0 out of 5 stars optional!
The book turned me off for many reasons.
I like The Discovery of Dreams A-Z
much better.
Also, Betty Bethard's book on dreams.
Published on Feb. 10 2005
4.0 out of 5 stars good
I think that this book was very informative. Its also a interesting. I dont think that it was Sylvia's best book or anything. But it was good and useful. Read more
Published on July 13 2004
5.0 out of 5 stars anatomy of a dream
If your looking for a guide to help you understand and interpret your dreams, this book is excellent! Read more
Published on June 3 2004 by adventum
5.0 out of 5 stars Best Dream Book!!!
THis book is just so different compared to ANY other that I have ever read,.....I find I cannot put it down,..once I start reading it!!!! Bless YOU,...Sylvia!!!! L Hampton
Published on April 19 2004 by LLH52
5.0 out of 5 stars Sylvia Brownes Book of dreams.
This is a great book as is all MRS. Browne's books. I highly reccomend anything by her as well as any books by John Edward. Read more
Published on Feb. 17 2004 by penny babson
5.0 out of 5 stars Very Enlightening!!!!!!!!
I have to admit, I was afraid to start reading Sylvia's books in the beginning. Being raised Southern Baptist, I was taught from childhood that anything of this nature was... Read more
Published on Jan. 5 2004 by Stacy Brooks
5.0 out of 5 stars A great reference
Truely a work of talent. She gives almost all you need to understand dreams and their meaning in this book. Also recommend: Dreams: Gateway to the True Self.
Published on March 19 2003
5.0 out of 5 stars Very helpful for parents
The best thing about this book is the practical advice she provides about helping children deal with and eliminate nightmares. Read more
Published on Feb. 19 2003
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