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  1. Yocage
    16.11.2019
    For learning to interpret your own dreams, the best reference is The Dreamer's Dictionary [retail $] by Dr. Barbara Condron. With over dream images, this book gives the interpretation in the language of mind plus suggestions on the insights being conveyed by .

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  2. Malasida
    21.11.2019
    Nightmares are defined as highly unpleasant dreams that often provoke an uncomfortable emotional response within the brain. Common emotional responses include feelings of: fear, terror, horror, and depression. Some nightmares can be so intense that a person wakes up in a pool of sweat or with a rapid, pounding heart. In other cases, a person may end up crying as a result of their 'bad dream.

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  3. Akinoshakar
    14.11.2019
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  4. Fenrizshura
    15.11.2019
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  5. Tezragore
    21.11.2019
    Many say yes, that we have a great deal to learn from our dreams. In this article, we'll talk about the major dream theories, from Freud's view to the hypotheses that claim we can control our dreams. We'll find out what scientists say is happening in our brains when we dream and why we have trouble remembering these night-time story lines.

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  6. Shakalkree
    21.11.2019
    His message in all 3 of my dreams was:” It’s all over”. That was repeated 3 times in each dreams. The differences in the picture and the man in my dreams are: his hair was a little longer in the top; his eyebrows were not as bushy. Other than that, he is identical. I had no fear of him, but many questions.”.

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  7. Kilabar
    16.11.2019
    Energy and inspiration we hardly could receive only from the intellect comes to us from this Source. Furthermore Nerys explains - If we look upon this Source as our natural in-heritage, then dreams, co-incidences, telepathy, ghosts, UFOs or thousands of other phenomena not fitting into our intellectual way of thinking do not need to be.

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  8. Kall
    17.11.2019
    This dream could have several different meanings, and the dreamer needs to consider which best applies. Understanding that the dream is about the dreamer, one must consider whether the dream is.

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