Miller Dreams Dictionary

If the notion of classics applies to the interpretation of dreams, then it has its own name - Gustav Hindman Miller, an American psychologist who lived at the end of the XIX century. In the nature of this curious and intelligent person, seriously interested in the human psyche, there was also a pronounced commercial vein. Perhaps this fact contributed to the frenzied popularity of "Miller Dream Book", but the lion’s share of his success is due to quite different reasons. So, none of the popular interpreters of dreams - such as, for example, the dream book of Vanga or the dream book of Freud, could not catch up with Miller’s in the number of interpretations.

Nevertheless, the researcher’s research earned respect not only in terms of scope, but also in quality. It is believed that his interpretation of dreams is very deep. According to Miller, dreams are encrypted information about past, present and future events. In order for a person to understand it, his subconscious mind sends hints in the form of certain associations.

The long life of Miller’s dream book did not undermine his impeccable reputation. And today it belongs to him the laurels of the most famous, exhaustive, authoritative and authoritative collection of interpretations. He also won the sympathy of many generations for the fact that he, like a kind and wise adviser, tries to explain the essence of the situation to the person, to take the trouble away from him in time, to prompt the right decision.

The shortcoming of this interpreter of dreams is related to his age. On the one hand, some of the explanations for people living in the 21st century are already irrelevant, on the other, many interesting interpretations of modern objects and phenomena are missing in the dream book. But the time, having aged Miller’s offspring, proved powerless against his indisputable merits.

Dream Interpretation Dictionary