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Carl Jung Lucid Dreams
1,428 words... Eve was not supposed to eat that particular piece of fruit. It was understood she should not eat it. In this situation the Forbidden Fruit was the symbol. To someone not aware of the studies in dreaming, they may mistake symbols and images as having similar meanings when really they are totally different. A symbol will say something to everyone and can be grasped by all people everywhere. A few examples would be: Merlin the Magician or Wizard of Oz. They were known as being magic men. The Ga...
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Lucid Dreams Dream World
1,082 wordsHere we are in agreement with FREUD that dreams are the "royal road" to the unconscious. But this is of little help when, in the orthodox psychoanalytic sense, normal dreams are experienced with a hazy consciousness and the absence of an ability to act. Or after waking when we report to a biased psychotherapist about our even more hazy and distorted observations and the associations connected to them. In order to gain insight into our psychological problems and resolve them, it is much more impo...
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Side Of The Brain Lucid Dreaming
1,305 wordsLucid Dreaming: Asleep and Aware Lucid dreaming is an issue that has been studied as far back as 1896. A Lucid dream is one in which the dreamer is aware that he / she is dreaming and is sometimes able to take control. Lucid dreams are an actual phenomena that do occur in REM sleep. Dr. van Even was the first recorded person to study dreams in which the dreamer is aware they are dreaming. In 1896 he began recording his dreams. Over a period of one year he recorded 352 dreams, but only eight were...
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Lucid Dreaming Lucid Dreams
935 wordsDreams Lucid Dreaming Lucid Dreaming Dreams in which [people] become aware that they are dreaming are referred to as lucid dreams (Fisher, 177). Lucid dreaming is easily achieved with the assistance of books, technology, and professional guidance. Lucid dreaming allows the person the opportunity to play an active role in self-exploration and problem solving. It is a rarely explored skill that can be easy and beneficial for the dreamer. According to the Lucidity Institute, founded by Dr. La Berge...
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Lucid Dreams Lucid Dreaming
1,347 words? Lucid dreamers report being able to freely remember the circumstances of waking life, to think clearly, and to act deliberately upon reflection, all while experiencing a dream world that seems vividly real? (La Berge, 1990). In lucid dreaming, people become conscious enough to realize what they are dreaming, and therefore can change the dream they are having. A theory widely accepted by many researchers, is? That lucid dreams are not typical parts of the dreaming thought, but rather brief arou...
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York Ballantine Books Lucid Dreaming
1,929 wordsLucid Dreaming Dreams are the playground of the mind. Anything can happen when one is dreaming. The only limitation is that we only rarely realize the freedoms granted to us in our dreams while we have them. Lucid dreaming is the ability to know when one is dreaming, and be able to influence what will be dreamt. A normal dream is much like passively watching a movie take place in your skull. In a lucid dream, the dreamer is the writer, director, and star of the movie. Lucid dreams are exceptiona...
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Rapid Eye Movement 2000 From The World Wide
3,095 wordsDreams When we sleep we do much more than just rest our weary bones; we tap into our subconscious mind (Ullman and Zimmerman 1979). The subconscious has much to offer about oneself. The average human being spends one third of their life in sleep and during each sleep approximently two hours is spent dreaming (Ullman and Zimmerman 1979). These dreams are important because they are the voice of our subconscious. Dreams and theories on dreams go as far back as 2000 BC in Egypt. One of the first org...
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