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Compelling New Book Offers Interpretation of Common Dreams, Based on Real-Life Examples

Using specific examples with everything from ex-partners and nightmares to pregnancy and animals, George DeLong debunks myths and provides accurate interpretations for dozens of common dreams, via a powerful new eBook.


San Ramon, CA -- (SBWIRE) -- 11/14/2012 -- With everyone experiencing vivid and sometimes life-changing dreams, few have the ability to accurately interpret them and draw a conclusion on how they have impacted their life. Following decades of work as a symbols interpreter, a fascinating new eBook from George DeLong provides the answers.

‘Awakening To Your Dreams: A Dreamer’s Handbook’ contains a number of correctly interpreted dreams (as confirmed by the dream subjects) for use as examples along with a comprehensive interpretation method whereby the dreamer may examine his or her own dreams and uncover their true meaning.

To help readers draw their own conclusions, DeLong uses his wealth of experience to take an already interpreted dream, study its formatting and understand how it was constructed. By studying the analogies, associations and correlations used by the dreamer, it is possible to work out how the dreaming mind operates. Using this knowledge and DeLong’s easy-to-understand deciphering methods, readers finally have the power to positively interpret their own dreams.

“Dreams are meaningful, complex and multilevel, and serve to further our own individual development. They reflect the past, the present and in some cases the future,” says DeLong.

He continues, “Dreams can also provide greater insight into our lives. They are of incredible value when it comes to shedding more light on a given situation by isolating a problem, or perhaps validating an idea. They warn us of health issues and in some instances, of impending danger.”

A myriad of topics are covered, including sleep cycles, the function of dreams, the healing process of dreams, symbols and a long list of common dream imagery and scenarios.

“In all people, dreams could definitely be used as a tool to aid in our decision-making, thus adding an additional dimension to our lives. I present this material to the reader in the hope it will enrich his or her life to the same degree it has mine,” DeLong adds.

Since its release, the book has garnered a consistent string of rave reviews.

For example, reader Vicki Mcbride said, “Wow, this book was eye opening, I learned things about dreams I never knew before. The example dreams were very fascinating and the author’s interpretations had a ring of truth about them. The book was user friendly being well organized. As a reader, I felt I could use his system to really understand my dreams. I have found the more I work with my dreams and this book the clearer they are becoming!”

In short, DeLong’s ground-breaking book offers an invaluable opportunity for anyone to learn how to quickly interpret, understand and respond to their dreams.

‘Awakening To Your Dreams: A Dreamer’s Handbook’, published by New World Press, is available from Amazon: http://amzn.to/T1Winc

For more information, please visit the book’s official website: http://www.interpretyourdreams.net/

About the Author: DeLong
Mr. DeLong has been interpreting dreams for twenty years and has taught dream classes for over ten of those years. Appearing on network radio and television, he has surprised and delighted his audiences with his interpretations.

Image Caption:

In June of 2005, at a pool party in California, an outdoor lamp sitting on a patio table cast this shadow on the tiles below. The lamp bore no resemblance to the shadow it cast.

A digital picture was taken and later presented to me. I immediately recognized the figure as did the person who handed it to me. Knowing I was involved in the interpretation of symbols I was asked if the image was just a curious coincidence or was there something more. I looked at it again and replied apprehensively, “It is an omen, a sign.” When asked what it meant, I just shook my head and said, “Not good.”