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The Curious Dreamer's Dream Essentials: The All-in-One Dream Interpretation Book and Concise Dream Dictionary by Nancy Wagaman is a self-help book that helps you figure out what your dreams mean. It coincides with her book The Curious Dreamer’s Dream Dictionary. Nancy Wagaman gives you suggestions as to what the dream symbols mean. She gives examples for each symbol as well as suggestions of what they can mean. She also talks about different types of dreams, like the difference between a toxic dream vs. a nightmare. She also tells you how to use a dream journal and how to remember your dreams better.
The Curious Dreamer’s Dream Essentials is a very informative guide. I loved how she reminded us that each of us interprets dreams differently; it all depends on what’s going on in your life. She gave some great tips on keeping a dream journal and ways to remember your dreams. I would recommend you read The Curious Dreamer’s Dream Dictionary first, as it seems that every other page she said to look up more info in The Curious Dreamer's Dream Essentials. But Nancy Wagaman gave some intriguing tips as to why we have nightmares and toxic dreams and how to avoid them. She also gave tips on what to look for if you want a professional dream interpreter (I had no idea that was a thing?). She goes on to show you how your dreams can help you in real life as you learn how to interpret them. It’s a quick and fascinating read.