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Ten Thousand Dreams Interpreted, or what's in a dream: a scientific and practical exposition [Kindle Edition]

Gustavus Hindman Miller

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This book was converted from its physical edition to the digital format by a community of volunteers. You may find it for free on the web. Purchase of the Kindle edition includes wireless delivery.

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 563 KB
  • Print Length: 552 pages
  • Page Numbers Source ISBN: 1406944076
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
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  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B004UJCE0G
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars What Did You Dream About Last Night? Aug. 10 2007
By Bryan Carey - Published on Amazon.com
Dreams often contain imagery and symbolism that represent hidden ideas, repressed thoughts, etc. Knowing what is behind a dream is something that really intrigues certain people. We all want answers to life's problems and issues. With this book, a person can look up a dream and then try to find clues to their past, present, and future.

The author attempts to uncover the hidden meaning behind certain dreams and he succeeds in some ways but fails in others. Some of the explanations that Miller gives in this book are very simple and he doesn't make very many accommodations for a dream that combines two subjects into one. I can quickly look up an explanation for a dream that involves running away from an attacker. I can lookup an explanation for a dream that involves riding on a bicycle. But this book doesn't give an explanation for someone who is fleeing from an attacker in their dream, and then jumps on a bicycle and safely escapes. Looking up the separate interpretation for each dream isn't very useful because the combined meaning is probably something else entirely.

With some dreams, a person doesn't need a book to explain their meaning, and the explanation given by the author is probably irrelevant. For example, if someone is having difficult times with money and cannot pay their bills, there's a very good chance that he/she will have a dream about money. According to this book, if a person dreams about finding money, this denotes small worries but much happiness and change is on the way. In this instance, I think a better explanation is that the dream was just a continuation of the individual's thoughts for the day, with a little wishful feeling coming through in the form of finding money in the dream

The book is very well organized. You can easily lookup a main subject, and then be directed to a cross- referenced subject, if one exists. It's easy to find an answer, but remember that while this book does cover a large number of subjects, it doesn't cover every subject. You could dream about some topics that won't have an explanation in this book.

This is the type of book that some people will really enjoy, while others might glance at it a few times, and then toss the book into a closet to collect dust. If you give this book as a gift to someone in your household who is very intrigued with this type of subject, don't be surprised if they start to keep the book next to their bed and make frequent reference to its explanations.

10,000 Dreams Interpreted is a mildly entertaining book, but not one to take too seriously. When it comes to dreams, there are many possibilities. You cannot, and should not, view the interpretations in a dream guide as being concrete and without possibility for error. We all want answers, but nothing in life is that simple.
8 of 9 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars stupid June 2 2012
By Sushidoll - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Kindle Edition
when a woman dreams shes pregnant it means her marriage will be unhappy and her children will be unattractive?? yeah that tells you how good this book is. dont even waste your time on this garbage.
3 of 4 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars A Good book, there is an iPhone app too Jan. 29 2010
By Kalin Zahariev - Published on Amazon.com
I regularly use the book and the iPhone version too. It is called MyDreams and is avalilable from the iTunes App Store. I keep my iPhone on my bed table so the app is sometimes more useful. Has a search capability too.
2 of 3 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars Not user friendly Dec 13 2012
By Amazon Customer - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Kindle Edition|Verified Purchase
I didn't like the lay out, couldn't search for what I wanted. I would not recommend this to anyone. Just google the meaning to your dream.
1.0 out of 5 stars made no sense to me April 4 2014
By Frank S - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Kindle Edition|Verified Purchase
I read the first few chapters and looked-up a few things which told me nothing about the many annoying dreams that I have on a regular basis. I was hoping that this book would have similar dream topics that I could correlate with my own dreams. No matter how hard I tried I could not make any sense from this book. I am no writer however I feel this book was poorly written.

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``Dreams are rudiments of the great state to come. We dream what is about to happen.''BAILEY, &quote;
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Those who live active lives exclude spiritual thought and fill their minds with the fascinations of worldly affairs, pleasure and business, dream with less frequency than those who regard objective matters with lighter concern. The former depend alone upon the voluptuous warmth of the world for contentment; they look to money, the presence of some one, or to other external sources for happiness, and are often disappointed; while the latter, with a just appreciation of temporal wants, depend alone upon the inner consciousness for that peace which passeth all carnal understanding. &quote;
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A man who lives only on the sensual plane will receive his knowledge through the senses, and will not, while in that state, receive spiritual impressions or warning dreams. &quote;
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