In Michael Murphy's Book of Dreams, the author, broadcaster and psychoanalyst examines 65 dreams, unlocking the fascinating insights they offer. His accessible style and expert analysis will help you understand the unconscious thoughts that lead to dreams and explore how their hidden meaning can guide you in your daily life.
Discover how to analyse your own dreams and how to make sense of the seemingly random material that derives from the unconscious. Learn the meaning of recurring dreams and identify those that signal change is needed. There are dreams about pop stars, relationships, dead people, animals, addiction, the apocalypse, holidays, the Leaving Cert and more.
This book will encourage you to work with your dreams in order to reach a deeper understanding of what you really want in life and discover how to achieve it.
Michael Murphy is an Irish author, psychoanalyst and broadcaster. He has published two bestselling memoirs, At Five in the Afternoon and The House of Pure Being, and two collections of poetry, The Republic of Love and A Chaplet of Roses. Michael worked for RTÉ as a newscaster and producer/director, receiving the Prix Jeunesse International in Munich, a national Jacob's Award and an international UNESCO award. Michael, who is well-known from his psychoanalytic residency on the RTÉ afternoon television Today Show and his analysis of dreams on the RTÉ 2FM evening radio Chris and Ciara Show, has a practice at Sandyford in Dublin. Michael has a Master's degree from the Centre Européen Universitaire de Nancy in France. He was awarded the post-graduate Advanced Diploma in Clinical Psychotherapy from St Vincent's University Hospital in Dublin and he received his M. Phil. in Psychoanalytic Studies from Trinity College Dublin. Michael is a registered-practitioner member of the Association for Psychoanalysis and Psychotherapy in Ireland.