Dream Decoder Journal

Category: Book
By (author): Cheung, Theresa
Illustrated By: Lee-Merrion, Harriet
Subject:  BODY, MIND & SPIRIT / Dreams
  HEALTH & FITNESS / Sleep & Sleep Disorders
  STATIONERY / Blank Book
Audience: general/trade
Publisher: Laurence King Publishing
Published: August 2020
Format: Book-other
Pages: 160
Size: 8.45in x 5.95in x 0.70in
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From The Publisher*Ever dream that you were flying? Or being chased? Do you wake up and wonder "what did that mean"?

Decoding your dreams can offer incredible insight into yourself and your life. Every night, your dreaming mind is gently and subtly counselling, guiding and inspiring you. This journal is the perfect tool torecall and interpret your dreams, giving an incredible opportunity forpersonal growth.

TheDream Decoder Journal gives you instructions and helpful tips on how to recall your dreams, as well as tools to decipher their meanings, includinginterpretations of 60 of the most common dreams, explaining what your unconscious mind is telling you, and what events or situations in your waking life might inspire certain dreams. This improved self-awareness can be used as a tool to deal with challenging emotional situations or life choices.

This book is the companion toDream Decoder, a set of cards that pairs archetypal dreams with common interpretations.

AuthorTheresa Cheung has been researching and writing about spirituality and personal transformation for over 20 years. She has written twoSunday Times top 10 bestselling books about dream interpretation.
Biographical NoteTheresa Cheung is based in the UK and has been researching and writing about dreams and spirituality for 25 years. Her numerous titles include A to Z Dream Dictionary (2006) and 21 Rituals to Change Your Life (2017). Harriet Lee-Merrion is an award-winning illustrator based in Bristol.

Harriet Lee-Merrion is an award-winning illustrator based in Bristol. Her work has appeared in publications including the New York Times, Washington Post and The Guardian, and has been exhibited in New York, London and Berlin.