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197 internautes sur 203 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
The best book on dream symbols I've evaluated so far 14 mars 2000
Par Another Frequent Online Shopper - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
I myself am a dream interpreter with my own dream interpreting site in which I encourage people to learn how to interpret their own dreams. This book is my #1 preference for people to consider first, because it is logical as well as spiritual. So many dream symbol books are hokey and just plain ridiculous, but this one simply makes sense and helps the dreamer better evaluate their dreams.
This book can help you gain better understanding of your subconscious mind's inner workings via dream interpretation so you can better follow your intuition to clear the cobwebs of confusion & uncertainty out of your life. I highly recommend this book and commend the author, Betty Bethards.
63 internautes sur 65 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
MetaPhysically, this was my first book in the early '80's 24 octobre 1999
Par Gene Shafer (idolegs@mindspring.com) - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
The Dream Book by Betty Bethards was the first book that was suggested to me for learning more of my future. It was ironic that I kept forgetting the name. Now, I rate it as the top book to get curious people to start their own adventure. I am now ordering my second copy as my first is in many pieces, worn so from much use. I prefer this Dream Book to all others that I have ever seen. It is simple and to the point. It is my opinion that Spirit will communicate to you with symbols. If you stick to one simple book of definitions, Spirit will be able to give a clearer message.
Thank You Ms Betty Bethards for being my first Guru.
Peace Gene Shafer
51 internautes sur 52 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
A Spiritual and Practical Guide 30 juillet 2002
Par Edith Harvath - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
This is a wonderful book which has helped me interpret my dreams. I particularly like Bethards emphasis on the spiritual--developing your higher consciousness. Using principles of eastern religion/philosophy, such as karma and reincarnation, she sees dreams, along with prayer and meditation, as a tool to help you achieve the goals you have set for yourself.
Emphasizing the need to work to achieve your goals, to focus and direct your energy towards them, to take responsibility for your own actions, she believes you can create your own destiny.
Her dream interpretations are always guiding, teaching, gentle and caring, never threatening or frightening.
I find this book an insightful, uplifting, spiritual guide, which also helps you in a practical way, as you work to attain your ambitions here on earth.
25 internautes sur 25 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
Good for the most part... 17 mars 2010
Par V. Hunter - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Format Kindle Achat vérifié
For the most part, this is a good book but it does have a few faults. One that I find a bit off putting is the "God" language. I'm glad that it looked at dreams from a spiritual aspect but I would have felt more comfortable with a more generic term for the Divine. It also got a bit preachy at times. I did like that she included the chakra system and the importance of including those ideas in your interpretation repertoire.

The second thing that made me hesitate was that, although she has a whole paragraph saying that "you are the final word" on the meaning of a dream symbol, she immediately follows that with several pages containing some pretty concrete interpretations. For instance, she claims that if you are traveling in a downward direction in a dream, it means you are going the wrong way. It possibly could, but it may instead indicate that you are "going deeper", so a blanket interpretation like that could be misleading. I would have been happier if she had used a lot more terms like "may mean", "could possibly indicate", "sometimes shows", etc.

One statement that the author made that I do agree with is that the feelings that the dream leaves you with are very important when determining it's meaning. If a dream had disturbing images but ultimately you awoke feeling powerful and liberated then those "positive" emotions give you a real direction for interpreting the dream.

Overall, I think I prefer the book from Kelly Sullivan Walden called "I Had the Strangest Dream...". She outlines a great method in which you write down the key symbols from your dream in one column, your own interpretation in a second column and then, lastly, the dream dictionary definition in the third. This correlates a lot with the method we use in the "dream group" I belong to. We really encourage each other to come up with three or four of our own words to describe each of the prominant symbols in the dream, whether objects, places or people. My four words for cat (for example) may be very different from someone elses and it is ultimately most important how I perceive the symbols.

Here are a couple little tips that I have used for years that you may find helpful:

1. To remember a dream, immediately create a couple keywords to summarize it. For example, if I briefly awake right after a dream during the night about being beside a beautiful mountain stream with my favorite pet, I repeat "stream, Boots (my cat), stream, Boots, stream, Boots" over and over in my mind until I fall back asleep. Once I wake up in the morning, if I can remember those keywords, they will bring most of the dream back with them, even the details. It may not be as fail proof as having a pen and paper right beside the bed, but it is more practical for me (and makes my spouse's night sleep a lot better too). With this method, I can get up, use the bathroom, and make a pot of coffee before I sit down to write out my dreams and I don't have to worry about forgetting as soon as my head leaves the pillow.

2. Create your own dream dictionary! This is especially helpful if you have recurring symbols, images, objects or people in your dreams. This can take some work and will definitely evolve over time but it is very helpful in giving you a place to start with a dreams interpretation. Over years of recording my dreams, developing my own interpretations and learning my own symbols, I now know that when cat is in my dream, this is a spiritual lesson. My interpretation is now jump started because I know from which angle to approach it.
25 internautes sur 26 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
Personally Insightful 26 mars 1999
Par Un client - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
The Dream Book by Betty Bethards is the most empowering and uplifting dream interpretation book I have ever read. It has inspired me to be more faithful to my dream journal because I am encouraged by the symbols in my dreams. Dream symbol meanings in other books I have read have left me feeling discouraged and not wanting to face the "me" in my dreams. Bethard's book helps me to desire knowing more of "me." I gave my last copy to a good friend and am reordering another for myself and for another good friend.
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