The Art of Dreaming

The Art of Dreaming

Bestselling author Carlos Castaneda introduces readers to the worlds that exist within their dreams.

Author: Carlos Castaneda

Publisher: Harper Collins

ISBN: 9780060925543

Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

Page: 276

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Bestselling author Carlos Castaneda introduces readers to the worlds that exist within their dreams.
Categories: Body, Mind & Spirit

The Art of Dreaming

The Art of Dreaming

Exercise Your Birthright to Unique Self - Expression All cultures value imagination and the arts . When we explore our dreams through simple expressive arts , we also strengthen our innate capacity to creatively express our inner worlds ...

Author: Jill Mellick

Publisher: Conari Press

ISBN: 1573245747

Category: Self-Help

Page: 228

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Encourages readers to integrate dreaming and creativity by playing with their dreams across a range of media, including painting, ceramics, dancing, mask making, and poetry.
Categories: Self-Help

The Art of Dreaming Small

The Art of Dreaming Small

For this reason, I encourage you to dream bigger dreams too— to see the world, and to experience others as fully as humanly possible. There's magic in this. ... The Art of Dreaming Small is my attempt. Eat, Pray, Love by Elizabeth ...

Author: Mare Rosenbaum CPCC

Publisher: Balboa Press

ISBN: 9781982215378

Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

Page: 116

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"Extraordinary is the only word that comes to mind, and only possible because we named our intention... but the key I think was starting small. One thing I’m learning through coaching is that hearts have no borders. The things that people live and die for are not only the same anywhere, but they’re small, everyday things." The Art of Dreaming Small follows the true journey of co-active coach Mare Rosenbaum and two of her clients as she calls magic into their lives—and her own—by finding a new way to make each day extraordinary. Mare’s life recipe mixes coaching and business innovation methods that result in purpose-driven and fulfilling bucket-list-worthy experiences. There is indeed some kind of magic here. Since creating a bucket list, Mare has experienced amazing things that can be attained through goal setting and hard work—but, as she says, there’s something serendipitous that happens when you follow this method. Other people have written about this phenomenon at length too, because when magic happens, it must be shared. Dream it, know it, and do it!
Categories: Body, Mind & Spirit

The Science and Art of Dreaming

The Science and Art of Dreaming

Art. and. the. socialisation. of. dreams. The purpose of painting dreams at DreamsID events is to aid the socialisation of the dream, through the use of the painting as a cue to meaningful new discussions about the dream, ...

Author: Mark Blagrove

Publisher: Taylor & Francis

ISBN: 9781000812565

Category: Psychology

Page: 287

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The Science and Art of Dreaming is an innovative text that reviews the neuroscience and psychology of how dreams are produced, how they are recalled and their relationship to waking life events and concerns of the dreamer. Featuring beautiful original artwork based on dream representations, the book delves deeply into what happens when we dream, the works of art we produce when asleep and the relevance of dreaming to science, art and film. The book examines the biological, psychological and social causes of dreaming, and includes recent advances in the study of nightmares and lucid dreaming. It shows how sleep can process memories and that dreams may reflect these processes, but also that dreams can elicit self-disclosure and empathy when they are shared after waking. The playfulness, originality and metaphorical content of dreams also link them to art, and especially to the cultural movement that has most valued dreams – Surrealism. The book details the history of scientific research into dreams, including a re-reading of the two dreams of Freud’s patient, the feminist hero Dora, and also the history of Surrealism and of films that draw on dreams and dream-like processes. Each chapter starts with a dream narrative and accompanying painting of the dream to highlight aspects of each of the chapter themes. This highly engaging book will be relevant to researchers, students and lecturers in the fields of psychology, neuroscience, psychoanalysis, consciousness and social evolution. It will also be of value within the study and practice of visual art, design and film, and will be of interest to the general reader and anyone who holds a personal interest in their own dreams.
Categories: Psychology

The Meaning of Dreaming

The Meaning of Dreaming

But it is the art of super-living as discovered by the ancient sages of India in 1500 B.C. “If the Western brothers only could learn the methods of the yogis, then they would learn to live a hundred years in perfect health, happiness, ...

Author: Savitri Simpson

Publisher: Crystal Clarity Publishers

ISBN: 9781565895621

Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

Page: 138

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From ancient to modern times, seers and psychoanalysts have conjectured about why we dream. Now, in this book, we have an explanation both timely and timeless. Yoga is an ancient spiritual science that has much to say about subtle realities. Why do you dream, and what do your dreams mean? Let Paramhansa Yogananda open the doors of your mind as he reveals the hidden yogic teachings that provide a new pathway to inner growth.
Categories: Body, Mind & Spirit

Conceptions of Dreaming from Homer to 1800

Conceptions of Dreaming from Homer to 1800

recounts dreaming of standing on the bank of a river and seeing a boy fall into the water and be killed by a mill wheel. ... but his own experience has shown him that there is truth in the art of interpreting dreams (188–9).

Author: G. W. Pigman III

Publisher: Anthem Press

ISBN: 9781783088898

Category: History

Page: 296

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Conceptions of Dreaming from Homer to 1800 traces the history of ideas about dreaming during the period when the admonitory dream was the main focus of learned interest—from the Homeric epics through the Renaissance—and the period when it began to become a secondary focus—the eighteenth century. The book also considers the two most important dream theorists at the turn of the twentieth century, Sigmund Freud and Sante de Sanctis. While Freud is concerned with questions of what a dream means and how to interpret it, de Sanctis offers a synthesis of nineteenth-century research into what a dream is and represents the Enlightenment transition from particular facts to general laws.
Categories: History

The Literature and Curiosities of Dreams

The Literature and Curiosities of Dreams

Amphictyon , son of Deucalion and Pyrrha , who succeeded Cranaus on the throne of Athens , which city he called by that name , and dedicated to Minerva , is said by Pliny to have been the first to practise the art of dream ...

Author: Alexander Henley Grant

Publisher:

ISBN: MSU:31293107239430

Category: Dreams

Page: 518

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Categories: Dreams

A Dreamer of Dreams

A Dreamer of Dreams

THE ART OF DREAMING . " All I believed is true ! I am able yet All I want to get By a method as strange as new . " " Eritis sicut Deus . " -BROWNING . LIKE all great discoveries , the Art of Dreaming was the addition of a new element to ...

Author: Joseph Shield Nicholson

Publisher:

ISBN: STANFORD:36105213324911

Category: English fiction

Page: 290

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Categories: English fiction

The Literature and Curiosities of Dreams A commonplace book of speculations concerning the mystery of Dreams and Visions By Frank Seafield M A

The Literature and Curiosities of Dreams  A commonplace book of speculations concerning the mystery of Dreams and Visions     By Frank Seafield  M A

This is a tolerable degree of antiquity to invest the art with ; and it tends to show that in the days of Pliny , it was about as hopeless to assign a date to the origin of dream - interpretation as it is now . It would seem that the ...

Author: Frank SEAFIELD (M.A., pseud. [i.e. Alexander Henley Grant.])

Publisher:

ISBN: BL:A0018307602

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The Art of Lucid Dreaming

The Art of Lucid Dreaming

Focusing on how to get lucid, stay lucid, and guide your dreams, this book shows how to transform your nightly slumber into an exciting spiritual adventure that fills your life with meaning.

Author: Clare R. Johnson

Publisher: Llewellyn Worldwide

ISBN: 9780738762975

Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

Page: 240

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Learn how to wake up in your dreams for creative insights and beautiful spiritual adventures The Art of Lucid Dreaming is a quick and easy guide to help you get lucid fast. Dr. Clare Johnson, world-leading expert on lucid dreaming, shares her best practical tips and a unique Lucidity Quiz that identifies your personal sleeper-dreamer type so you can fast-track to the techniques that work best for you. When you are lucid in a dream, you can choose to ask your unconscious mind for guidance, perform healing magic, seek creative solutions to problems, and explore the dream realm more profoundly than ever before. With over sixty practices and fifteen tailor-made lucidity programs to get you started, this hands-on guide helps you set up your own custom program for achieving lucidity as quickly as possible. Focusing on how to get lucid, stay lucid, and guide your dreams, this book shows how to transform your nightly slumber into an exciting spiritual adventure that fills your life with meaning.
Categories: Body, Mind & Spirit