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The Dream Interpreters: Which one or none? by Dr Steph Adam

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'I have been fascinated by dreams for my entire life and as a counsellor I decided to investigate the psychology of dreaming through a Doctorate research programme at the University of Manchester. After completing my thesis I wanted the general public to benefit from my research results. My recent publication The Dream Interpreters: Which one or none? is the end result.

This book demonstrates five famous theories of dream interpretation which have emerged during the past hundred years (Freud, Jung, Perls, Hall, and Hobson). I then introduce my own theory that dreams are constructed from visual metaphors that speak to us in a language that is difficult, but not impossible, to understand. By learning the language of these metaphorical images, which work in combination with the other theories, you can unlock the door to your hidden thoughts and feelings. Identifying the true meaning of your dreams will offer valuable insights into yourself and your emotions, and help identify positive changes you can make in your waking life. 

I have been an enthusiastic reader of Writing Magazine for several years and find the articles on self-publishing informative. I have chosen York Publishing Services to publish my book. They have been invaluable service in producing my book to a high standard, and are providing marketing services. This publication is now on sale from their website at www.yps-publishing.co.uk. You can find out more about my book by visiting my website www.stephadam.co.uk.'

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