Dreams Resources

Dreams resourcesBooks

People often ask, “What are the best dream interpretation books?” If you’re looking for a dreams dictionary, a book with concrete definitions of dream symbols, this isn’t the list for you. But if you’re looking for helpful dreams resources that can guide you toward understanding your own personal dream messages, read on…

  • Bernard, Arthur. God Has No Edges, Dreams Have No Boundaries: Unlocking the Power of the Inner Mind. Wheatmark, 2008.
  • Delaney, Gayle. Breakthrough Dreaming. Bantam Books, 1991.
  • Dement, William. The Sleepwatchers. Dement, 1991; Nychthemeron Press, 1996.
  • Faraday, Ann. Dream Power. Berkley Books, 1972.
  • Faraday, Ann. The Dream Game. Harper and Row, 1974.
  • Garfield, Patricia. Creative Dreaming. Ballantine Books, 1974.
  • Garfield, Patricia. The Dream Messenger: How Dreams of the Departed Bring Healing Gifts. Simon & Schuster, 1997.
  • Gendlin, Eugene. Let Your Body Interpret Your Dreams. Chiron, 1986.
  • Gilbert, Laynee. The Complete Dream Journal. Pomegranate, 1992, 2005; L.O.A. Publications, 2014 (Kindle edition)
  • Gilbert, Laynee. I Remember You: A Grief Journal. Harper SanFrancisco, 1995; L.O.A. Publications, 2000 (hardcover), 2014 (Kindle edition)
  • LaBerge, Stephen. Exploring the World of Lucid Dreaming. Ballantine Books, 1991.
  • Taylor, Jeremy. Where People Fly and Water Runs Uphill. Warner Books, 1992.
  • Wiseman, Anne Sayre. Nightmare Help. Ten Speed Press, 1989.

If your favorite dreams book isn’t in this list, please send your recommendation to the DreamsMaster.



Spotlight On…

Dr. Arthur Bernard

Dreams Specialist & Author

Arthur Bernard, dreams specialist

1934 – 2014

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I have always said to my pupils: “Learn as much as you can about symbolism; then forget it when you are analyzing a dream.”

– Carl Jung, Man and His Symbols


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Articles


Guardian What Do Dreams MeanWhat do dreams mean? The five most common explained

Have you ever dreamt about failing an exam? If so, you’re in good company. In a database of surveys that ask if people have ever dreamed about certain topics, 45% of respondents said they’d dreamt about failing an examination. The data also shows that women are more likely than men to have these dreams, suggesting that the oppression of the patriarchy may haunt us in our sleeping thoughts. Read more


DreamsAreTrueDreams Don’t Come True, They ARE True

Some years ago, a Johns Hopkins University study found that pregnant women who had an intuition about the sex of their baby were correct 70% of the time—but women who had a dream about the sex of their baby were correct 100% of the time! Read more


TV nightmaresTV, Nightmares and Children’s Sleep

Is TV really disrupting children’s sleep?
By Michael J. Breus, Ph.D., Psychology Today

How exposure to violent TV content and late-night media can disrupt children’s sleep and contribute to nightmares. Read more


REM, REM sleep, eye movement, dreams, educationEye movements ‘change scenes’ during dreams

By Jonathan Webb
Science reporter, BBC News

Read more about what science has revealed about the rapid eye movements (REM) that occur when we dream… read more


HeavensCan you visit the deceased in your dreams?

By Michelle Carr
Dream Factory, Psychology Today

…There have been cases where the evidence suggests that dreamers have truly contacted the deceased in their dreams, a finding that may force us to reconsider current conceptions of consciousness and the boundaries between life and death… read more


Dreams BBC Sept 2015Why don’t people talk about their dreams?

By Dr. Shane McCorristine
BBC News Magazine Viewpoint

Once books about dreams were massively popular. Now few people look for answers in their slumbers, writes Shane McCorristine… read more


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