Dream Essentials by Nancy Wagaman // Book Review


Title: The Curious Dreamer’s Dream Essentials
Author: Nancy Wagaman
Publisher: Applied Conscious Technologies, LLC (June 1, 2019)
Length: 103 pages
ISBN-10: 0998545953
Genre: Non-Fiction
Buy On: Amazon


Disclosure: Nancy Wagaman requested a review from me on this book. She provided me with a free ebook copy and expected an honest review. All thoughts are my own.




Dream meaning is so powerful that one dream can change your life. Discover 11 keys to interpreting your own dreams in this book from the author of The Curious Dreamer’s Dream Dictionary. With these practical tips, translation tools, and analysis techniques, you’ll be free to explore your dreams and unlock their transformative power.


Dream Interpretation Process:
Follow a practical 4-step process to interpret and benefit from your dream.


Symbolism Shortcuts:
Discover common symbolism patterns pointing to dream meaning.


Intuition as a Dream Translator:
Learn how to recognize intuition and use it as a personal dream translator.


Powerful Dream Analysis Tools:
Choose from step-by-step techniques to explore dream and symbol meaning.


Symbol Categories Defined:
Translate any dream symbol based on clues from its symbol category.


A Concise Dream Dictionary:
Explore meanings of top dream symbols defined for personal growth.


Working with a Dream Expert:
Learn how to select a qualified dream professional and get the best results.


Understanding Subconscious Influences:
Find out what dreams reveal about your subconscious mind and how it works.


Remembering Your Dreams:
Discover tips to enhance dream recall and retrieve subconscious details.


Learn how to interpret and recover from nightmares and avoid certain triggers.


Dream “How-To”:
Find tips, answers, and resources to help you understand your dreams and what they reveal about you.


My Thoughts:


First off, let me just say that the author had a great writing style! Nancy made the book easy to read and the principles easy to follow.


I was not confused in any part of the book: I thought every point was very clear and well explained.


I personally would not consider myself a curious dreamer–I tend to forget my dream as soon as I wake up and never remember or think about it again. (Unless, of course, the dream was that I entered into the story of the last book I read or movie I watched! XD).


Therefore, I did not think Dream Essentials was very applicable to me personally.


However, because the points were so clear, I did learn a few things. I found it actually intriguing all that the author explained you could get from just one dream.


For example, she mentioned that if someone dreamt just a simple thing like a bee buzzing, it could symbolize something iratating going on in one’s life and even the buzzing and the insect itself could mean something.


I never think this deep into a dream (and I do not think i ever would), but I thought it was very interesting to read about this.


Probably most people do not take a second thought about the dreams they have. However, it was so neat how many symbols and “foretellings” dreams can hold. Whethor or not, you are a curious dreamer or even think about your dreams, Dream Essentials will take you deep into the “realm” of your dream. And always remember, “knowledge is never wasted”.


While–like I said–this book wa not extremely practicle for me, I did enjoy it and find it to be very interesting.


About the Author:


Nancy Wagaman is a human technologies innovator specializing in personal growth and transformation. Her practical techniques enable people to transform self-limitations and improve their lives. Rooted in science and intuition, Nancy’s transformative techniques are practical and easy to use. Nancy began developing human technologies during her early career at Bell Laboratories, and she has also consulted and conducted research for corporate, university, and private clients. Her work has been featured in magazines, radio, and television. Nancy holds advanced degrees in applied psychology and communications, and bachelor’s degrees in psychology and biology. She is the author of The Curious Dreamer’s Dream Dictionary (TheCuriousDreamer.com) and The Curious Dreamer’s Practical Guide to Dream Interpretation, and she has written extensively on applied psychology, intuition, and other personal growth topics.


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