Dream Catcher: A Guide To Dream Interpretation

What is it?

The 2002 book Dream Catcher: A Guide To Dream Interpretation by Janet Terban Morris.

What is it about?

This is how Goodreads describes this book:

Learn to enjoy the nightly messages from your spirit!

Dream Catcher will help you unravel the mysteries of your dreams from A to Z.

The box contains a real dream catcher to hang by your window or at the head of your bed.

Native Americans believe that the web will filter out all negative dreams and catch only the good ones.

Kit includes 80-page hardcover book and leather dream catcher.

Kit measures 3-1/2” wide x 4-1/2” high x 1-1/2” deep.

Final Thoughts

My female coworker CR at The BP Library gave me this donated book because she knows that I am interested in dreams, and so thank you CR. 🙂

This is possibly the second non-fiction book that I have ever read about dreams, and the first one that I read was an even shorter tiny book that I read in one sitting while using the bathroom because it was that short (I do not remember the name of it though unfortunately).

This book is a tiny cute very short book that is mostly a dream dictionary, it is nicely sized to fit in your pocket and to keep near you where ever you sleep and / or where ever you record your dreams, but it was a bit too short.

Some common, at least in my case, dream themes are not featured in this book like bathroom dreams et cetera; but the book does cover some other common dream themes.

This was an easy read that only took me two or three sittings to finish reading over two or three days.

I like how this book makes it clear in the beginning that dreams are often unique to the dreamer and often only you can truly make sense of what your dreams might mean to you, and so dream dictionaries are just a guide to help you in the process by giving you ideas of some of the common definitions of certain dream themes et cetera.

The end,

-John Jr

By John Jr

Hello, I am John Jr, welcome.

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