If you’re like me, you sometimes have some really off the wall dreams – like a porcupine driving your car and crashing it in to the curb – and then you want to know what that means. That is why I decided to check out Llewellyn’s Complete Dictionary of Dreams. Of course, I searched first for porcupine only to find out that it was not included in this book. I guess that dream will continue to remain a mystery.
But while a porcupine might not be featured in this book, there are over 1,000 Dream Symbols and their meanings included. Sorted alphabetically so you can easily flip through and find what you are looking for – the dictionary will let you know what each element of your dream means. For instance – a car crash – which I guess is what my porcupine did – can mean that you are “feeling like the circumstances in your life have stopped you from moving forward, maybe very abruptly”
Unfortunately I can’t remember any of my other crazy dreams from recently to look up – but I will be keeping this dictionary handy to use in the future as I think your dreams can tell you a lot about what is going on in your subconscious – and I like to try and be aware of that/
I received a free e-copy of this book in order to write this review. I was not otherwise compensated.
About the Book
When it comes to dreams, we often need help making sense of the mystery. Llewellyn’s Complete Dictionary of Dreams is designed to offer that help in a simple and concise structure, using language that speaks directly to the dreamer.
With more than 1,000 distinct terms, this book presents prominent dream symbols along with a clear and simple universal meanings to assist you in your personal dream interpretation.