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Dream Decoder

60 Cards to Unlock Your Unconscious

Theresa Cheung, illustrations by Harriet Lee-Merrion

£14.99 (inc UK VAT)

Ever dream that you were flying? Or being chased? Do you wake up and wonder ‘what did that mean’? Dream Decoder presents 60 of the most common dreams, explaining what your unconscious mind is telling you, and what events or situations in your waking life might inspire certain dreams. This improved self-awareness can be used as a tool to deal with challenging emotional situations or life choices. Each card shows an atmospheric illustration of an archetypal dream on one side and common interpretations on the other. Includes tips on how to use the cards and optional games for one or more people.

Creator of the cards Theresa Cheung has been researching and writing about spirituality and personal transformation for over 20 years. She has written two Sunday Times top 10 bestselling books about dream interpretation.

“I received these as a gift ( picked by me 🙂 ) and they are absolutely beautiful! I’m so happy with them. Everything about them from the packaging to the cards themselves is just stunning and gorgeously presented. The illustrations on the cards are really dreamy and each card has an explanation on the back that is thought provoking and makes perfect sense. These would make such a fantastic gift for absolutely anyone, I’m already planning on who I can give sets to as they are just lovely in every way” – Amazon reviewer

Dream Decoder ships internationally, with free shipping within the UK.

 

Theresa Cheung has a degree from King’s College, Cambridge, and has been researching and writing about spirituality and personal transformation for over 20 years. She has two Sunday Times top 10 bestsellers to her credit and her numerous bestselling titles include The A to Z Dream Dictionary (2019) and 21 Rituals to Change Your Life (2017). Her books have been translated into over 40 different languages and her writing has been featured in national newspapers and magazines. Media appearances include a debate about spirituality with Piers Morgan on GMTV and Russell Brand’s Under the Skin.

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