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The Waking dream
|Statement||introd. and commentaries by Edward Lucie-Smith ; notes on the plates by Aline Jacquiot ; [notes on the plates translated from the French by Nicholas Fry].|
|LC Classifications||NE962.G7 Q3713 1975b|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||224 p. :|
|Number of Pages||224|
|LC Control Number||75318022|
The word hypnagogia is sometimes used in a restricted sense to refer to the onset of sleep, and contrasted with hypnopompia, Frederic Myers's term for waking up. However, hypnagogia is also regularly employed in a more general sense that covers both falling asleep and waking up, and Havelock Ellis has questioned the need for separate terms. May 28, · Waking from the Dream is a collection of retirement stories from 18 of South Africa’s greatest athletes from across sporting codes, that provide some answers to Author: Kirsten Van Heerden.
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Unlike other dream interpretation websites or books we extensively research dream symbols by interviewing people about the events occurring in their lives at the time of their dreams.For many cultures, this same idea found a more poetic expression in the belief that the world represents a kind of dream, similar in many respects to our fantasies during sleep.
In Taoism, for example, there is a story of the man who dreamt one night he was a butterfly, only to discover upon waking he was a man.