Wednesday, September 5, 2012

Fall Blogging............

Welcome back after a beautiful summer. New blog posts will begin next week and I look forward to sharing information and discussions about dreams and dream research with everyone who participates.

9 comments:

  1. Looking forward to all the insight on the wonderous world of dreams :)

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  2. I'm looking forward to this as well. I often don't remember dreams and this is my first online class. So this will be very interesting.

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    1. I agree Jade. I'm hoping to get a few tips on how to better remember a dream

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  3. I am looking forward to this too... I'm really excited to get started :)

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  4. Glenda Zomer-VandermeulenSeptember 7, 2012 at 2:10 PM

    I have the same problem Jade, I often can't remember my dreams either, unless there was something particular vivid about them.
    I'm excited about this course too.

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  5. I have always been interested in the intangible space of dreaming; so mystical, mysterious, and somewhat magical! Yet, can be studied in a scientific light. Considering that I have always believed that dreams can help solve problems in one’s waking life, I feel that this class is going to be very exciting!...The subtitle of the Giant Compass, Navigating Your Life with Your Dreams, really struck my curiosity. I look forward to exploring this interesting topic, and acquiring knowledge to certain notions I wonder about :)

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  6. I have also always been fascinated by dreams. I used to study them on my own time and considered them more spiritual. My dreams used to be vivid and extreme and now I hardly remember them - maybe because my life has become more practical during recent years. I'm excited to re-dabble into this field, but even more-so, I am excited that psychology has begun to re-examine dreams and consider their meaning and importance. I am very happy to be able to take a class like this in a university setting; it is rare. At the same time, I am excited to dive into my potential and become more connected with myself through dream interpretation and meditation. Thank you for offering this course!

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  7. I'm also looking forward to the course and especially exploring dreams and their meanings. I'm sure I'm not the only one who finds it frustrating when you're having a great dream, you wake up and do your best to remember what happened, but something distracts you and you've forgotten what the dream was about. Getting a handle on remembering dreams and then trying to figure out their meaning would be interesting.

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  8. I have a conscious tendency to allow myself to rest the extra time I need in order for my dream to unfold as naturally as possible. The waking world can wait because it is the dreaming that makes our upright lives more liveable. I believe that my dream state is a free flowing thought process where my imagination has no bounds.

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