Book Review: The New Dream Dictionary by Tony Crisp

Book Review: The New Dream Dictionary

Book Review: The New Dream Dictionary – A Handbook of Dream Meanings And Sleep Experience
Author: Tony Crisp
Rating: 4/5 Stars
Release Date: Nov. 28th, 2009

The New Dream Dictionary is a comprehensive, detailed listing of the meaning of the clues your dreams entail. While this is not a book on understanding the process of dream interpretation, nor a book that will tell you how to work in greater detail with your dream, it is a handy reference to many impressions that are common in dreaming.

Writing informatively and with care to stay authentic to the traditional interpretations, Tony Crisp has managed to compile a thorough list of the symbols, without making the volume sound like just another one of the many reference books of this type on the market.
If you are already familiar with dream interpretation, this is a good reference guide to keep. If you are new to the art of Dream Interpretation, check out books such as Dream Interpretation for Dummies or How to Interpret Dreams And Visions by Perry Stone.
This post is a part of the daily prompt blogging prompt by WordPress.
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Sweet Dreams – Or Not

Daily Prompt asks us to write about dreaming today. No, not nightmares this time, the good stuff:

What is the best dream you’ve ever had? Recount it for us in all its ethereal glory. If no dream stands out in your memory, recount your worst nightmare. Leave no frightening detail out.

Photographers, artists, poets: show us IMAGINARY.

Well –

I do tend to dream vividly, and that quite often. Most of the times these dreams are of the following kind:

  • vivid – those whom I am supposed to learn something from
  • nightmares – yeah, the really fun stuff

Pleasant dreams, those that I actually wish I would remember, I do not remember so much. I do find dream interpretation a fascinating subject though. There is so much you can learn from what your subconscious is trying to tell you, and stuff you might be too afraid, or busy to work through during your working hours.

Yeah, you know those dreams, where nothing makes really sense, but you have a feeling that there is a reason why you should pay attention to it. If you are not familiar with basic dream symbolism, that can be frustrating. Maybe this short video I found on YouTube could help a bit

Or find a book like this one:


Dreams are cool, they are interesting, as long as they are not scaring you half-way out of your mind, and keep you from getting a really restful sleep. But because we all dream, and remember at least on occasion one of our dreams, why not take the time to study those darn things.

Sweet dreams!