The Dream Book of Self-Knowledge


  • since Kabbalah set out from it place of origin in the heart of the Jewish nation on its journey through the minds of many scholars of medieval Europe (including of Bohemia), it inevitably left its traces in the collective unconscious and therefore can appear in the dreams of almost all European nations.
  • appearance in mystical teachings in dreams: an attempt by the unconscious to show the effort for self-improvement and the spiritual path in an unconventional approach; usually indications of the philosophy or the names of some of the prominent works of Kabbalah appear in dreams, but it is very difficult to recognize such indications since the Kabbalah often obscures its names by replacing letters (Temur) with anagrams*9 or other hidden puzzles.