Dictionary Dreams-Signs-Symbols, The Source Code

Author: Kaya
ISBN: 978-2-923654-25-6
6" X 9" (15 cm x 23 cm)
892 pages



People often say they haven’t yet found a good dictionary to interpret their dreams, signs and symbols. The Source Code brings a whole new vision to the subject and will surely become one of the most important reference books in this field. Now available in both English and French from our webstore and in bookstores and malls in many countries all over the world, including the UK and the USA. It’s written by Kaya, one of today’s most eminent specialists in dream interpretation, assisted by over 100 of his students, who are doctors, psychologists, nurses, therapists, linguists, teachers and specialists in many fields, in many different countries. The idea of uniting so many people for this extraordinary project came from the workshops Kaya has been giving on dream and symbol interpretation for over 12 years now. During these workshops, when Kaya asked students in groups of 4 to deepen and define symbols, he realized how advanced they were, and so he asked them to help him finish his work. Hence his publishing house, UCM set up work teams to carry out the necessary research so Kaya could then write the final metaphysical syntheses and definitions.

A book presenting the + and of each symbol

The Dictionary, Dreams-Signs-Symbols, The Source Code, helps us discover, in great depth, over 892 pages, the most common words in dreams and signs. Each word is analyzed in detail with its physical and metaphysical characteristics, and a synthesis defining the + and –of each symbol is included. This provides the reader with an analytical, understandable vision of the various different possible interpretations. Just one word may occupy 2 or 3 explanatory pages, which makes this Dictionary very complete from all points of view. Readers will also find a detailed introduction explaining dream mechanics as well as the multiple angles and subtleties of dream and sign interpretation.

This  book, destined for the general public as well as doctors, psychoanalysts, psychologists and therapists, offers a new vision and is sure to become a reference in this field.  Kaya shares with us that through dreams, we enter the very heart of our memories, our potential, and the probabilities of what we may become. We also understand that both the metaphysical reality of dreams and the physical reality of signs, help us become aware of the fact that we continually experiment the positive and negative aspects of life in order to obtain teachings and our apprenticeships.