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Approximately 8 percent of what we dream about has sexual connotations. Interestingly, authorities claim that sexual dreaming is often more intense than the physical act of sexual intercourse. Dictionary of Sexual Dreams helps us understand, as well as enjoy, these desires. While we sleep, certain things take place that we would not necessarily pursue while awake: participating in an orgy, making love with someone of the same... more...
Seeking the divine through dreams is an ancient and nearly forgotten technique for personal spiritual connection. Dreaming the Divine shows you how to push beyond the boundaries of ordinary dreaming using dream incubation and sacred sleep, techniques practiced in dream temples in early Egypt, Babylon, Greece, and Rome. Discover how to create sacred dreams for healing, advice, glimpses of the future, protection, fertility, and a host of... more...
From the Iliad to Aristophanes, from the gospel of Matthew to Augustine, Greek and Latin texts are constellated with descriptive images of dreams. Some are formulaic, others intensely vivid. The best ancient minds―Plato, Aristotle, the physician Galen, and others―struggled to understand the meaning of dreams. With Dreams and Experience in Classical Antiquity the renowned ancient historian William Harris turns his attention to... more...
Throughout history to the present day, religion has ideologically fueled wars, conquests, and persecutions. Christianity and Islam, the world's largest and geopolitically powerful faiths, are often positioned as mortal enemies locked in an apocalyptic "clash of civilizations." Rarely are similarities addressed. Dreaming in Christianity and Islam, the first book to explore dreaming in these religions through original essays,... more...
An unorthodox exploration of the phenomenon of lucid dreaming surveys the nature of the dream world over the last five thousand years, recent research, detailed techniques and exercises from each tradition, and analysis of the nature of dreaming versus waking. 35,000 first printing.
You're no idiot, of course. You know that the images and events in your dreams reflect insights into your past, present, and future. But when it comes to recalling your dreams and deciphering what they mean, you'd rather go back to sleep. Time to wake up! The Complete Idiot's Guide to Interpreting Your Dreams demystifiesl the dream process, so anyone can embark on a journey into the hidden subconscious. In this Complete Idiot's Guide,... more...
Did you know that intentional dreaming has been used to solve life's problems? Embodiment: Creative Imagination in Medicine, Art and Travel sets out Robert Bosnak's practice of embodied imagination and demonstrates how he actually works with dreams and memories in groups. The book discusses various approaches to dreams, body and imagination, and combines this with a Jungian, neurobiological, relational and cultural analysis. The... more...
15,000 entries—from abduction to zebra … Everybody dreams—and now there’s a dream dictionary for everyone! With 15,000 entries, this reference showcases the most up-to-date vocabulary of dream symbols, such as cell phones. It also includes a dream thesaurus with handy list collections of entries by topic; a dream quiz that offers revealing insights into your dream personality; a section called “Tuck-in Time,” which provides... more...
The subject of this book is the study of the complex pattern of links among the memory sources of dreams. This study is performed through a linguistic and partially automatic analysis of verbal data, including dream reports and associations with the report items. The approach is interdisciplinary: it regards the fields of psychology, linguistics, computer science, mathematics (graph theory), history of psychology, literature, and motion pictures. The... more...
How can science and religion co-exist in the modern discipline of psychotherapy? A Dream in the World explores the interfaces between religious experience and dream analysis. At the heart of this book is a selection of dreams presented by the author's patient during analysis, which are compared with the dreams of Hadewijch, a thirteenth century woman mystic. The patient's dreams led the modern woman to an unanticipated breakthrough encounter with the... more...
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