Because we talked about dreams yesterday, I want to list a few great books on the subject, just in case anybody wants to do a little study. But why stop with what interests me? Please consider this a day for recommending non-fiction books that have been really important to you, on ANY subject, from dreams to birdwatching, from computers to cooking.
All righty, then. To dream, perchance to read. . .
Memories, Dreams, Reflections--This is Carl Jung's autobiography, a really amazing and essential book, in my opinion.
Our Dreaming Mind by Robert L. Van de Castle
Lucid Dreaming by Stephen LaBerge
Creative Dreaming by Patricia Garfield
That's a start, at least. Several of those are "classics" in the field, at least for laypeople. The Van de Castle book, particularly, will help you determine what school of dream analysis/interpretation appeals to you. I just naturally gravitate to Jung's stuff. I've read a lot of his work, but I think he's hard to read directly. It's easier to read books that others have written that explain his ideas, theories, practices, and research.
What great books have instructed you in subjects that fascinate you?