The Secret of Dreams


Read by Andrea Fiore

(4.1 stars; 144 reviews)

A guide to different kinds of dreams, their meanings, and how they influence our waking lives. (Summary by Andrea Fiore)

(0 hr 44 min)

Chapters

The Dreamer 9:43 Read by Andrea Fiore
Varieties of Dreams 27:56 Read by Andrea Fiore
How to Evolve the Large Consciousness 6:58 Read by Andrea Fiore

Reviews

dream secrets

(5 stars)

Its a great reflection of what metaphors dreams hold...

If there's a secret, you won't find it here

(2 stars)

The author is well-intentioned in breaking modern prejudices against dreams and their meaning, but his arguments are not impressive at all and the examples given in the middle chapter are as convincing as they are unprovable. I'm into esoteric reading, but this is just too misguided and uneventful. The recording, though, is great and Andrea Fiore has one of the best voices in LibriVox.

very good book and great app

(5 stars)

listened yo this book. very clear audio. Enjoyed it very much. can't wait to go through the books.

Good, not quite as I expected

(3 stars)

This is a okay audiobook. It was a bit different than I thought it would be. Good narrator.

This Lady's Voice Is Horrible

(0.5 stars)

This lady could do anything with her life and she chose to ruin a book with her vocals? Come on.. find something you are good at.....

Not bad .. worth the time

(3 stars)

Not bad .. most of the methods and facts are right but they are presented in a dramatic manner which id a bit deviated from the real purpose of the topic.

secret of a dreams

(4 stars)

thanks. it helps me to understand my dreams n why my dreams happened in my waking life.

assumptions

(0.5 stars)

the book starts off categorizing death with an absolute definition, the only common point between living things is the absence of an objective definition of death. the author keeps drawing conclusions without even seeming to consider that common beliefs might have more thought behind them than seems to meet the eye. to the base, all is base, I am not interested in reading fancies from someone deeming themselves above eternal growth. the narrator is good though.