This is a question that always makes me impatient. I've dealt with it before in my book The Shyness Guide and in previous posts, but I have to say more. Some dreams are meaningful, some aren't. Some hint at meanings, but refuse to reveal them. Yet most people either want to find meaning in all … Continue reading Dreams | What do they mean?
Well, dreams are real phenomena. But most people don't get this. In the western world, dreams are either seen as something secondary to the lives we lead every day, a kind of shadow world cast by events in our real lives, or as something even less than that - chaotic meaningless fantasies unrelated to daily … Continue reading Dreams | Are they real?
When I sometimes threaten to write my own book about dreams, it's only because during my life I've had dreams that I've never seen described in any book. Prominent among these are what I call my 'novel' dreams. These are dreams in which a story continues all night long, despite routinely waking 3-4 times during … Continue reading Dreaming a Novel
According to those who have seriously studied paranormal phenomena, telepathy lies at the core of them. Clairvoyance (now often called remote-viewing), precognition, apparitions, 'visits from the dead', etc, all seem to have telepathy underlying them. Though disbelievers still like to claim that there is no evidence for telepathy, there is a mountain of evidence for … Continue reading Telepathy and Dreams
Dreams are a form of reality. They are real phenomena, just as thoughts are real phenomena. Some years ago in a writer's group when I was still working on my novel The Birdcatcher, I read aloud the pages from that book where Chris Stone recounts his dream of flying up the Song Cau valley in … Continue reading Dreams vs Reality | Dreams as Reality
Because I've been studying dreams since I was a boy, every now and then I think it's time for me to write my own book about dreams. But each time that happens I immediately think of psychologist Robert L. Van de Castle's monumental book, Our Dreaming Mind and I discard the thought. It's a book … Continue reading Robert Van de Castle |Our Dreaming Mind