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Naked in Public: Dream Symbols Revealed

Reviewed by Marcus Whelchel

[Snip] The first thing you might notice about Naked in Public is that it is, unlike so many other dream compendiums, it’s quite light at just 112 pages, and not weighed down by the kind of overly academic psychobabble that pervades so much dream literature. This isn’t a book for someone with a PhD-like grasp of dreamology; it’s a book for the rest of us.

It’s also a remarkably practical read. Rather than just present a litany of dream interpretations, the authors explain in simple terms how to manage, interpret, and even shape your dreams. They discuss, among other topics, how outside forces including media, food, other people, and mind-altering substances can affect your subconscious mind. Touching on topics ranging from lucid dreaming, to sleepwalking, religion, why children have nightmares (they may have nothing to do with that scary movie after all), and the roles your interconnected conscious, subconscious and superconscious play in dreaming, the authors present a thorough overview of all things dream-related to the non-experts among us.

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