Friday, February 12, 2010

Dreams’ Meaning - Why Dream Interpretation is a Powerful Tool in Your Life

The meaning of dreams has been pursued by many people in the story of mankind, from ancient times. Only at the end of the last century though, did the psychiatrist Carl Jung discover the real meaning of the enigmatic dream language, proving to the world that our dreams work like psychotherapy. However, his work was too complicated; only a few people could understand it and precisely follow it, while many people who didn’t have the patience to study it enough, have distorted his words.

Besides that, he had many enemies that didn’t want to admit that he was right, since this would mean that their theories were wrong...

This is why until today the real value of his discoveries was not recognized by humanity.

Continuing his research, I was able to prove that he was right and discover much more, being able to give you clearer definitions about the meaning of dreams, and help you immediately translate all dream messages, without delaying as much as you do when you follow Jung’s method.

This means that now dream interpretation has become a very powerful tool!

Your dreams won’t be mysterious images and scenes that make no sense to you, but specific messages that have a very important meaning, because they give you real and objective information about the world where you are, about other people and about the content of your psyche.

For example, you may see a spider in a dream. This dream symbol indicates danger: there is something very important that you are not doing but that cannot be postponed, otherwise you’ll be in trouble.

Let’s suppose that you also see a fly in a dream. This means that something is bothering you, and you cannot see or understand what is obvious (and you would have understood it if there was not a certain distraction preventing you from thinking normally).

As you can see, even just the image of an insect in a dream is already giving you a warning, and informing you about the situation you are really in. Your dreams show you what you are not perceiving, so that you may correct your mistakes.

Carl Jung wrote pages and pages, explaining to his readers how he was able to discover the meaning of each dream symbol. I don’t waste time explaining why the spider means danger and why the fly means a distraction, because I care more about showing you how to use this knowledge to overcome your problems, instead of proving to you that this meaning is given by the unconscious mind and it is not my invention.

However, keep in mind that there is a very long explanation about how each dream symbol’s meaning was found through research.

The important thing is that the real dream language can be clearly understood now, which you verify in practice by discovering miraculous solutions to your problems.

The interpretation of your own dreams will be for you the most precious tool at your disposal!

What could be more powerful than future predictions, and guidance from a genius?

Dream interpretation will be a true advantage in your life, showing you everything that other people cannot see, and guaranteeing your success in all fields beforehand.

Christina Sponias continued Carl Jung's research into the human psyche, discovering the cure for all mental illnesses, and simplifying the scientific method of dream interpretation that teaches you how to exactly translate the meaning of your dreams, so that you can find health, wisdom and happiness.

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Click Here to download a Free Sample of the eBook Dream Interpretation as a Science (86 pages!).



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