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Extraordinary Dreams and How to Work With…

Extraordinary Dreams and How to Work With Them (Suny Series in Dream…

by Stanley Krippner, Fariba Bogzaran (Author), André Pércia de Carvalho (Author)

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In the World They Call a Dream

These things I have seen

in the world they call

a dream: the swaying

of tall burgundy trees

surrounded by luminous

red auras; twin moons,

milky and full, above

the horizon; a bottomless

canyon where silvery water

rose to fill the void;

yellow stars swirling

in an inky sky.

These things I have done

in the world they call

a dream: stood enraptured

in an empty light-filled

room jutting into the

sea; ridden captive

on a train whose journey

had no end; scuttled

through craggy underground

paths to reach a city of

women; glided over a beach

in search of stones.

These things I have said

in the world they call

a dream: that relationships

ripen like apples, and

sometimes a little worm

gets inside; that people

are used to complex

"truths"; that to take away

our humanity is to take away

our best tool; that we don't

have to prove we can swim

by almost drowning.

--Deborah Hillman
To extraordinary dreamers
Rita Dwyer
Daniel Deslauriers
Patricia Garfield
Montague Ullman
Robert Van de Castle
and our other pioneering colleagues
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Dolores had just dreamed that someone was banging on the front door of her house in the middle of the night.
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0791452581, Paperback)

Discusses the various types of extraordinary dreams and offers suggestions to readers for interpreting and appreciating their own extraordinary dreams.

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"From visions of a past life to glimpses of the future, history is full of accounts of unusual dreams. This fascinating book explores historical, scientific, and cross-cultural research on these sorts of extraordinary dreams, and offers practical suggestions on how to work with them - either individually or as a member of a dream group - to enhance one's intellectual, emotional. and spiritual health. Each chapter is devoted to a particular type of dream, and presents a summary of research data on their nature. Specific categories of dreams discussed include creative, lucid, out-of-body, pregnancy, healing, collective, telepathic, clairvoyant, precognitive, past-life, initiation, and spiritual visitation dreams, as well as dreams within dreams. Entertaining and instructive, this book points the way to an expanded conception of human potential for the twenty first century."--BOOK JACKET.… (more)

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