Review: Dreamweave II, Analyzing Psychic Dreams by Margaret Rose Thoreson

Title: Dreamweave II, Analyzing Psychic Dreams
Author: Margaret Rose Thoreson
Publisher: Thor Productions
Publication Date: February 28, 2012
Pages: 279
Genre: Dream Analysis
Source: ARC from Publisher


Summary (from Goodreads): Dreamweave is a manual to help the beginning dream journalist understand his dreams and their content. It has a dream symbol glossary with real dream examples for comparison. Dreamweave has dream examples that are focused on relationships, happy and sad, with explanations as to why the dream occurred. There has never been a dream book before that pinpoints dreaming the future, why it is dreamed, and outcomes.

      I received this book off Netgalley and it wasn't quite what I expected. It was more a collaborative analysis of other people's dreams, when I expected it to be more of a "dream dictionary" sort of thing. If I had an interest in other people's dreams and situations, then this would be perfect. However, those are entirely irrelevant to me and I was rather looking to decode what components in my own dreams represent. Interesting, but irrelevant to me at the time.

May all your wildest dreams come true,