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Ten Thousand Dreams Interpreted, or what's in a dream: a scientific and practical exposition   By: (1857-1929)

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Ten Thousand Dreams Interpreted, or What's in a Dream: A Scientific and Practical Exposition by Gustavus Hindman Miller is a comprehensive guide to the fascinating world of dream interpretation. Miller's book serves as a valuable resource for anyone looking to uncover the deeper meanings behind their dreams.

One of the most striking aspects of this book is its scientific approach to dream analysis. Miller presents a well-researched and systematic method that allows readers to make sense of their dreams in a logical manner. Unlike many other dream interpretation books, Miller emphasizes the importance of context and symbolism, providing readers with tools to decipher the hidden messages within their dreams.

The practicality of this book is also worth applauding. Miller includes a vast range of dream symbols and their interpretations, offering readers a comprehensive dictionary of dreams. Whether you dream of animals, objects, or people, Miller provides insightful explanations for each symbol, allowing readers to develop a better understanding of their dreams and their own subconscious mind.

What sets this book apart is its ability to cater to both novices and experts in dream interpretation. For those new to the subject, Miller offers a clear introduction to the field, explaining key concepts and providing tips for effective dream recall. On the other hand, experienced dream analysts will appreciate the depth and complexity of Miller's interpretations, which go beyond surface-level explanations to uncover deeper psychological insights.

Miller's writing style is concise and accessible, making it easy for readers to engage with the material. Each interpretation is well-structured and supported by examples, ensuring clarity and understanding throughout the book. Additionally, the inclusion of real-life case studies further enhances the practicality of the book, demonstrating how dream analysis can be applied in different scenarios.

While Ten Thousand Dreams Interpreted is undoubtedly a valuable resource, it does have a few limitations. Some readers may find that the interpretations provided are not always applicable to their specific dreams. Dreams can be highly personal and subjective, and this book's interpretations may not fully capture the unique symbolism that resonates with an individual. However, this is a common challenge in the field of dream interpretation, and Miller's comprehensive approach helps mitigate this issue to a great extent.

In conclusion, Ten Thousand Dreams Interpreted, or What's in a Dream: A Scientific and Practical Exposition is an excellent guide to understanding the mysterious world of dreams. Gustavus Hindman Miller's scientific and practical approach, combined with his concise writing style, makes this book a valuable resource for anyone interested in exploring the deeper meanings behind their dreams. Whether you are new to dream interpretation or an experienced analyst, this book offers insights and guidance that will undoubtedly enrich your understanding of the human subconscious.

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{This book seems to have a different title each time it is reprinted: 1) What's in a Dream: a Scientific and Practical Interpretation of Dreams. G. W. Dillingham company, NY (1901) NUC NM0587131. 2) Dreams, Their Scientific and Practical Interpretations. T.W. Laurie, London (1910) NUC NM0587126. 3) Ten Thousand Dreams Interpreted, or, What's in a Dream: a Scientific and Practical Exposition. M. A. Donohue & company, NY, [n.d.] NUC NM0587130. (This is the closest match to this etext)}


``In a dream, in a vision of the night, when deep sleep falleth upon men, in slumberings upon the bed; then he openeth the ears of men and sealeth their instruction that he may withdraw man from his purpose, and hide pride from man.'' Job xxxiii., 15.


``Dreams are rudiments of the great state to come. We dream what is about to happen.'' BAILEY,

The Bible, as well as other great books of historical and revealed religion, shows traces of a general and substantial belief in dreams. Plato, Goethe, Shakespeare and Napoleon assigned to certain dreams prophetic value... Continue reading book >>

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