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✏Encyclopedia of Sleep and Dreams The Evolution Function Nature and Mysteries of Slumber 2 volumes Book Summary : This fascinating reference covers the major topics concerning dreaming and sleep, based on the latest empirical evidence from sleep research as well as drawn from a broad range of dream-related interdisciplinary contexts, including history and anthropology. • 330 alphabetically arranged entries • An appendix provides resources for further reading, including online sources • A special index on dreams • Primary resources lists afer each entry for reference and review
📒Sleep And Dreams ✍ Rudolf Steiner
✏Sleep and Dreams Book Summary : What are Dreams? Every age, every culture, perhaps every person, have different answers. We can at least agree on one thing, however: dreams are other. Their presence in our lives demonstrates that we are not limited to a single mode of consciousness. The world of sleep is largely a blank for us, an abyss of non-consciousness, yawning between one day and the next, but the very fact that we can dream announces our potential for awareness within that abyss. We spend a third of our life asleep--a fact that dream theorists rarely consider. This startling collection of lectures by Rudolf Steiner, selected and introduced by the psychologist Michael Lipson, provides a truly unique way of approaching dreams, based on an understanding of the spiritual nature of human beings. A radically new view of dreams "as the threshold to spiritual reality" arises, once we acknowledge that physical existence is only the tip of an iceberg hidden largely in the spiritual world. Sleep, death, and meditation are the three realms in which consciousness has the opportunity to deepen its immersion in the divine flow of existence. In principle, we can become infinitely more self-aware in each of them, since human consciousness is not fixed--neither in contents nor in terms of alertness. All day long, the contents of our consciousness change, and during the night, the level changes. These lectures permit readers to glimpse the fantastic depths of experience we normally "sleep through" and to contemplate Steiner's astounding program: to maintain self-aware consciousness through sleep, through death, through all being. Contents: The Secrets of Sleep Sleep and the Three-Part Soul Sleep and the World of the Stars Understanding Sleep through Imagination, Inspiration, and Intuition An Active Spirit: Dreams and the Spiritual Researcher Our inner Undercurrent: A Continual Dreaming Preparing for a New Birth Dreaming and the Etheric Body Inspiration: Bringing the Unconscious to Consciousness Confronting the Totality of Our Lives through Dreams The Logic and Illogic of Dreams Dreams and Human Development Interpreting Dreams Dreams: The Human Essence in Spiritual Connection
📒101 Questions About Sleep And Dreams Revised Edition ✍ Faith Hickman Brynie
✏101 Questions about Sleep and Dreams Revised Edition Book Summary : As in previous books in this critically acclaimed series, Brynie polled hundreds of high school students across the country to find out what they wanted to know most about sleep and dreams. Using an accessible question-and-answer format, Brynie helps readers discover and learn facts about the physical, emotional, and social topics surrounding sleeping and dreaming, including how and why we sleep, sleep disorders, and sleep and the brain.
📒The Neuroscience Of Sleep And Dreams ✍ Patrick McNamara
✏The Neuroscience of Sleep and Dreams Book Summary : Introduces the neuroscience of sleep and dreams, including an investigation into their potential evolutionary and social functions.
📒Dement S Sleep And Dreams ✍ William C. Dement, M.d.
✏Dement s Sleep and Dreams Book Summary : Current research on how sleep affects our daily lives -- both physical and mental functions of our well being. Focuses on the physiology of non-REM and REM sleep, dreams and dreaming, as well as the pathophysiology of highly prevalent sleep disorders. The content also includes lucid dreaming, sleep need, sleep debt, daytime alertness, and performance; biological clock and circadian rhythms; sleep disorders, insomnia, narcolepsy, sleep apnea, sleepwalking, jet lag, sleeping pills, sleep and mental illness, sleep and memory, and the impact of sleep deprivation and sleep disorders on academic and social life.
📒Sleep And Dreams Management Of Dreams ✍ Tatiana Samarina
✏Sleep and Dreams Management of Dreams Book Summary : ONE AMAZING BOOK provides insight on Healthy Living, Aging, Anger, Sexuality, Life Stages and more. It's Motivational and Inspirational... it has everything. "Explore New Possibilities for Ways to Excel in your own "Book of Life" Part of: Medical Phenomenon: Everyone Should Know About It
📒Psychoanalysis Sleep And Dreams ✍ AndrŽ Tridon
✏Psychoanalysis Sleep and Dreams Book Summary : St. Augustine was glad that God did not hold him responsible for his dreams. From which we may infer that his dreams must have been Òhuman, all too humanÓ and that he experienced a certain feeling of guilt on account of their nature. His attitude is one assumed by many people, laymen and scientists, some of them concealing it under a general scepticism as to dream interpretation. Few people are willing to concede as Nietzsche did, that Ònothing is more genuinely ourselves than our dreams.Ó This is why the psychoanalytic pronouncement that dreams are the fulfilment of wishes meets with so much hostility. The man who has a dream of gross sex or ego gratification dislikes to have others think that the desire for such gross pleasure is a part of his personality. He very much prefers to have others believe that some extraneous agent, some whimsical power, such as the devil, forced such thoughtsupon him while the unconsciousness of sleep made him irresponsible and defenceless. This is due in part to the absurd and barbarous idea that it is meet to inflict punishment for mere thoughts, an idea which is probably as deeply rooted in ignorant minds in our days as it was in the mind of the Roman emperor who had a man killed because the poor wretch dreamed of the rulerÕs death. We must not disclaim the responsibility for our unconscious thoughts as they reveal themselves through dreams. They are truly a part of our personality. But our responsibility is merely psychological; we should not punish people for harbouring in their unconscious the lewd or murderous cravings which the caveman probably gratified in his daily life; nor should we be burdened with a sense of sin because we cannot drive out of our consciousness certain cravings, biologically natural, but socially unjustifiable. The first prerequisite for a normal mental life is the acceptance of all biological facts. Biology is ignorant of all delicacy. The possible presence of broken glass, coupled with the fact that man lacks hoofs, makes it imperative for man to wear shoes. The man who is unconsolable over the fact that his feet are too tender in their bare state to tread roads, and the man who decides to ignore broken glass and to walk barefoot, are courting mental and physical suffering of the most useless type.
📒The Yoga Of Sleep And Dreams ✍ Sri Aurobindo
✏The Yoga of Sleep and Dreams Book Summary : The practice of yoga continues day and night. This book aids the seeker in becoming conscious and turning sleep and dreams into the opportunity for real and substantial progress on the path of yoga.
📒Sleep And Dreams ✍ Andrew T. McPhee
✏Sleep and Dreams Book Summary : Discusses the nature of sleep and dreams, the causes of and treatments for sleep disorders, and the possible meaning of common dreams.
📒Aristotle On Sleep And Dreams ✍ Aristotle
✏Aristotle on Sleep and Dreams Book Summary : This work is designed to make Aristotle's neglected but fascinating writings on sleep and dreams accessible in translation to modern readers, and to provide a commentary with a contemporary perspective. It considers Aristotle's theory of dreams in historical context, especially in relation to Plato. It also discusses neo-Freudian interpretations of Aristotle and contemporary experimental psychology of dreaming. Aristotle's account of dreaming as a function of the imagination is examined from a philosophical perspective. The work is revised and corrected version of the North American edition.