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Mystery of Dreams

Mystery of Dreams

by Carl R. Green, William R. Sanford

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Green contends that Dreams can be invaluable when interpreted correctly. A description of the nature of sleep and its relationship to the human mind plus a chapter on psychic dream experiences lead to the most detailed section. Fully one-third of this title decribes methods for remembering dreams and analyzing them in relation to problems or understanding one's own emotions and attitudes. Unlike many interpretation guides, this work presents few pat or standard definitions of common symbols. Most of the 13 titles in the bibliography are more advanced and out of print, but still useful in pursuing psychological analysis of dreams. Some famous as well as little known incidents of clairvoyance and precognition are presented in Seeing the Unseen. Black-and-white photographs and cartoon drawings fill much of the generous space surrounding the simple text. Advocating a scientific approach, the final chapter suggests several ways in which home experiments in ESP can be carried out. Chapter notes, a well done glossary, a varied-topic bibliography, and detailed index complete the overview. Similar approaches with more examples of psi events can be found in Aaron E. Klein's Beyond Time and Matter (Doubleday, 1973) and ESP (Messner, 1986) by Daniel Cohen. Sixth Sense (Morrow, 1970) by Larry Kettelkamp explores a much wider variety of psychic phenomena and describes in detail the activities of magicians and psychic frauds.-Ann G. Brouse, Steele Memorial Library, Elmira, NY

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Enslow Publishers, Incorporated
Publication date:
Exploring the Unknown
Product dimensions:
8.27(w) x 9.45(h) x (d)
Age Range:
9 - 15 Years

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