RadOwl's recommended books on dreams and their interpretation
A mix of my books and others I’ve read. I know the authors personally and professionally and recommend their work. Links are NOT sponsored.
Solve the mystery of your dreams with a radically simple and effective three-step process of dream interpretation. Created by J.M. DeBord, aka "RadOwl", the best-selling author and acclaimed dream interpreter. Learn how to interpret dreams by decoding the symbolism and analyzing the story. Gain tips from great dream analysts such as Carl Jung. And quickly absorb this incredible and one-of-a-kind knowledge by examining fascinating example dreams step-by-step, with clear and concise explanations. No prior experience required.
Modern Dreamwork is a hands-on guide to interpreting your dreams so you can tap the wisdom of your soul. The methods and techniques in this book can be used by anyone, regardless of spiritual background. Whether you're facing a difficult life choice, working through emotionally challenging experiences, or are just plain curious about what your dreams are trying to tell you, Modern Dreamwork will help you understand the deep wisdom of your subconscious mind.
A complete reference source for dream interpretation. It’s a guide to your dreams, showing you step by step how to understand the meaning and significance. It’s an encyclopedia of dream psychology so you fully grasp key concepts and methods. And of course it’s a dictionary of the most important and common dream symbols, featuring in-depth explanations and extensive examples and showing how to reach the same conclusions for yourself. It’s 480 pages chock full of dream knowledge.
Building upon the very best that is currently available in the field of interpretation and imagery, it contains more than 2,500 dream images and symbols plus 10,000 interpretations. Includes creative imagery, personal visualization, self discovery, and personal, cultural and archetypal symbols. Regardless of your level of expertise or previous knowledge, this book provides individuals from all walks of life an exciting excursion into the world of symbolism and dreams.
This book approaches lucid dreaming from a more cognitive psychology stance, and focuses more on how to lucid dream and how to use lucid dream techniques for personal growth, insight and transformation. Whether a reader is completely new to lucid dreaming or someone who has experienced that incredible moment of realizing, “This is a dream!”, readers will learn valuable tips and techniques gleaned from scientific research and decades of experience to explore this unique state of awareness more deeply.
Dreams have always been important to humanity, but in modern times we have lost the ability to understand what our dreams are telling us. In The Dreamer’s Odyssey, the author provides a step-by-step guide to help the individual interpret and work through their own dreams. It can also be used by counsellors and other professionals to give them an understanding of the basis of Jung’s dream analysis.