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Check It Out: Here is a reading list to dream about

By Jan Johnston
Published: June 8, 2024, 6:06am

Do you know someone who says they never remember their dreams? I do, and it surprises me, because I am just the opposite. Many of my dreams stay with me after I wake up — so many, in fact, that I kept a dream journal during my teens.

To this day, when I re-read those entries, it’s like watching a television in my head — or, in this case, a tele-dream-vision. I’m not sure why my brain lets me remember so many dreams, but there you have it.

Do dreams have meanings? Many people believe they do, and plenty of books about dreams and dream interpretation have been written. Today’s reading list includes the history and science of dreams, dream interpretation, and something called lucid dreaming (when you know that you’re dreaming while you’re asleep).

Dear readers, may you have deep sleep and peaceful dreams.

“Dreams: Unlock Inner Wisdom, Discover Meaning, and Refocus Your Life” by Rosie March-Smith.

“A Little Bit of Dreams: An Introduction to Dream Interpretation” by Stase Michaels.

“Llewellyn’s Complete Book of Lucid Dreaming: A Comprehensive Guide to Promote Creativity, Overcome Sleep Disturbances & Enhance Health and Wellness” by Clare R. Johnson.

“Modern Dreamwork: New Tools for Decoding Your Soul’s Wisdom” by Linda Yael Schiller.

“The Oracle of Night: The History and Science of Dreams” by Sidarta Ribeiro.

“Why We Dream: The Transformative Power of Our Nightly Journey” by Alice Robb.

Jan Johnston is the collection development coordinator for the Fort Vancouver Regional Libraries. Email her at readingforfun@fvrl.org.

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