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Dreams

Summary: Essay consists of an analysis of the book "Dream Thinking" by Alex T. Quenk and Naomi L. Quenk.
The information in the book "Dream Thinking" focused on the dreamer and the dream interpretation, rather than the dream itself (although dreams are considered important communication from the subconscious you, to the recognizable you. Also, several interpretations are encouraged in interpreting the same dram, so you won't have a narrow view. Fixed symbols are especially not encouraged to be used in interpreting all your dreams, but they are good to use in cross-referencing your dream. Your relationship with a certain person/object, etc., takes precedence over the general symbolism. This is the general role, but a few things, such as shadows, light, etc. Are usually close in meaning for all people, and represent the broad subjects of evil, good, birth, death, and more.

Scientifically speaking, some experts believe, based on research of observing dreamers, that dreaming is a new type of existence. Before, there were only two: awake...

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