This third edition of a modern classic introduces a new quantum theory of self reflection, beoling, and the evolution of consciousness based on university research.
Author: Ernest Lawrence Rossi
This third edition of a modern classic introduces a new quantum theory of self reflection, beoling, and the evolution of consciousness based on university research. The book demonstrates how conscious involvement with one's dreams can facilitate new levels of awareness.
Bibliography 173 Index 175 Index of Dream . Symbols HEN ... London and New
York : Faraday , A . ( 1972 ) Dream Power : The Use of Dreams in Everyday Life .
... Whitmont , E . C . , and Perera , S . B . ( 1989 ) Dreams , a Portal to the Source .
Author: David Fontana
Publisher: Chronicle Books
Category: Body, Mind & Spirit
Richly illustrated and highly informative, the best-selling Secret Language of Dreams has guided dreamers for over fifteen years. Now, this classic work has been completely rewritten and redesigned with a contemporary new look tooffer a fresh approach to dream interpretation. Dream expert David Fontana presents a comprehensive dictionary of common symbols and themes, and provides in-depth analyses of dozens of specific dreams, demonstrating key techniques for uncovering the hidden messages of the subconscious. Readers will also find useful tips for controlling and remembering their dreams, and keeping a dream diary.
I, therefore, relate here some of the many dreams that I have been fortunate
enough to experience, that have come “from the source.” The understanding of dreams has for ages been a portal to self inquiry and thus spiritual improvement.
Author: Robert Priddy
Publisher: Weiser Books
Category: Body, Mind & Spirit
The influence of the Universal World Teacher in the figure of Sri Sathya Sai Babaa supremely beneficient renewer of moral life and spiritual faithhas already reached the far corners of the Earth. Yet this Avatar, His miracles and teachings, are still a greeat mystery to even those who are acquainted with Him. Source of the Dream is thorougly researched and gives an objective appreciation of Sai Baba's teachings about spirituality and modern science. Priddy gives an indepth analysis of Sai Baba's miraculous actions and words. He includes investigations he made with the late professor N. Kasturi, Sai Baba's official biographer, into how Sai Baba's earlier teaching have been written or recorded, edited, translated, published, and authenticated. Some common misunderstandings about interpretation and application of the teachings, and of Baba's own words, are discussed. Priddy inclused color photographs of Sai Baba and some of His miraculous manifestations. Robert Priddy shares his experiences, both subtle and direct, which ultimately led him to a life transformation. He appeals to both devotees and newcomers to Sai's teaching, explaining how Sai Baba reaches out to those in need over great distances, and what it's like to visit Sai Baba's ashram and attend an interview with Him. For devotees, Priddy shares his accounts of Sai's emanation of mystery and grace with balanced reflections upon their likely purpose and meaning.
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Whitmont, “Jungian Approach,” Dream Interpretation: A Comparative Study, ed.
Author: Gananath Obeyesekere
Publisher: Columbia University Press
While a rational consciousness grasps many truths, Gananath Obeyesekere believes an even richer knowledge is possible through a bold confrontation with the stuff of visions and dreams. Spanning both Buddhist and European forms of visionary experience, he fearlessly pursues the symbolic, nonrational depths of such phenomena, reawakening the intuitive, creative impulses that power greater understanding. Throughout his career, Obeyesekere has combined psychoanalysis and anthropology to illuminate the relationship between personal symbolism and religious experience. In this book, he begins with Buddha's visionary trances wherein, over the course of four hours, he witnesses hundreds of thousands of his past births and eons of world evolution, renewal, and disappearance. He then connects this fracturing of empirical and visionary time to the realm of space, considering the experience of a female Christian penitent, who stares devotedly at a tiny crucifix only to see the space around it expand to mirror Christ's suffering. Obeyesekere follows the unconscious motivations underlying rapture, the fantastical consumption of Christ's body and blood, and body mutilation and levitation, bridging medieval Catholicism and the movements of early modern thought as reflected in William Blake's artistic visions and poetic dreams. He develops the term "dream-ego" through a discussion of visionary journeys, Carl Jung's and Sigmund Freud's scientific dreaming, and the cosmic and erotic dream-visions of New Age virtuosos, and he defines the parameters of a visionary mode of knowledge that provides a more elastic understanding of truth. A career-culminating work, this volume translates the epistemology of Hindu and Buddhist thinkers for western audiences while revitalizing western philosophical and scientific inquiry.
Edward C . Whitman and Sylvia Brinton Perera , Dreams , a Portal to the Source
ing has been viewed in two ways . An earlier view of vocation understands God '
s call as a single event , a static , once - in - a - lifetime reality that remains ...
Author: Wilkie Au
Publisher: Paulist Press
Integrating the wisdom of Christian tradition and recent psychological findings on effective decision-making, this book presents a view of Christian discernment that honors the body-spirit unity of the person and the broad and mysterious ways we can be led by the spirit of God in our life-choices. Going beyond discernment skills and concrete practices, this book presents a coherent theoretical understanding of discernment that grounds the many spiritual practices used by Christians today. By providing a broad and inclusive understanding of the multiple ways God can provide guidance to individuals, this book helps individuals to honor the unique and idiosyncratic way that they receive divine guidance, as well as provides guidelines that guard against possible self-deception and personal blind-spots. While including anecdotal accounts and practical elements or Christian discernment, this book provides a conceptual understanding of discernment that will be helpful for those training to be professional ministers, pastors, priests, religious counselors, and spiritual directors. It is unique in applying Christian tradition and contemporary psychological insights to the process of discernment.
The brain as a dream state generator: An activation-synthesis hypothesis of the
dream process. American Journal of Psychiatry ... The practical use of dream
analysis. In CW16. ———. ... Dreams: A portal to the source. London and New
Author: Murray Stein
Publisher: Open Court
Written by 40 of the most notable Jungian psychoanalysts — spanning 11 countries, and boasting decades of study and expertise — Jungian Psychoanalysis represents the pinnacle of Jungian thought. This handbook brings up to date the perspectives in the field of clinically applied analytical psychology, centering on five areas of interest: the fundamental goals of Jungian psychoanalysis, the methods of treatment used in pursuit of these goals, reflections on the analytic process, the training of future analysts, and special issues, such as working with trauma victims, handicapped patients, or children and adolescents, and emergent religious and spiritual issues. Discussing not only the history of Jungian analysis but its present and future applications, this book marks a major contribution to the worldwide study of psychoanalysis.
As Stephen's mentor Edward Whitmont put it in a book title (see chapter 5) they
are a “portal to the Source.” Drenched in images, ideas, visitations to other
cultures and their dream practices, teachings from masters, immersions in
patients' and ...
Author: Stephen Larsen
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
Category: Body, Mind & Spirit
An exploration of dreaming history, science, traditions, and practices from prehistory to today • Examines ancient dream traditions from around the world, shamanic dreaming, and the profound role of dreaming in Native American and African-American cultures • Investigates dream psychology and the neuroscience of the dreaming brain • Explores the practice of dream incubation, lucid dreaming, and telepathic dreaming with tips on remembering your dreams and working with them We have been dreaming for all of our 3 million or more years of existence. Dreams provide an extraordinary way to process the day’s events and uncover new perspectives. Many cultural creatives credit their world-changing creations to their dreams, and science now believes that dreams helped evolve the very process of thought itself. In this book, Stephen Larsen and Tom Verner examine dream traditions from around the world, beginning with the oldest records from ancient Egypt, India, Greece, and Australia and expanding to shamanic and indigenous societies. The authors investigate the psychology of dreaming, the neuroscience behind the dreaming brain, the Jungian perspective, and the intersections of yoga and modern dream research. They show how dreams and myth are related in the timeless world of the Archetypal Imagination and how dreams often reveal the wishes of the soul. They explore the practice of dream incubation, an age-old tradition for seeding the unconscious mind to help solve problems and gain deep insights. They examine the profound role that dreams have played in the survival of exploited and persecuted cultures, such as the Native Americans, African slaves, and the Jews during the Holocaust, and share inspirational dream stories from exceptional woman dreamers such as Hildegard von Bingen, Joan of Arc, and Harriet Tubman. Drawing on their more than 50 years’ experience keeping dream journals, the authors offer techniques to help you remember your dreams and begin to work with them. They also explore the clairvoyant and telepathic dimensions of dreaming and the practices of lucid dreaming and shamanic dreaming. Revealing how the alchemical cauldron of dreaming can bring inspiration, healing, and discovery, the authors show how dreams unite us with each other and the past and future dreamers of our world.
JK was disoriented by the dizzy rush through portals and along the threads of the
grid. There were single men and women longing for their source. Their
languages merged and more portals appeared. They glowed like bright rings and
Author: William Wallace Tara
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
It was just the two of them in the gallery. Lobo turned to JK, Van Gough was intensely disturbed you know. He saw the world through different eyes. Just look. Who in their right mind could imagine a night like that? He swept his long arm out and pointed at the painting in front of them. The tiny canvas contained an image of stars surrounded by halos of light through blue-black space and a landscape undulating with energy. His mind reeled as he was abruptly dragged back toward the dreamscape. His heart raced as he struggled to compose himself. Im sorry. This is fascinating but Im late for a meeting. I have to run. Lobo laughed and the shadow of something alarming emerged from within his sophisticated exterior. The eyes that looked back at JK glittered with an animal intensity. Well you can run, but you cant hide Mr. Kimble. JKs life is in ruin. He is a reluctant dreamer in a world where dreaming is a disease. He has lost his status, his job all his money and is on the run to save his life. His only allies are a street gang, a madman and a beautiful angel he doesnt believe in. His only hope lies at the entrance to The Portal of Dreams.
In a related dream analysis , Carl Jung writes of a university student who
developed a severe difficulty in swallowing after ... In the book Dreams , A Portal to the Source , Jungian analysts Edward Whitmont and Sylvia Perera discuss this
Author: Alan B. Siegel
Category: Body, Mind & Spirit
A detailed guide to more than one hundred common dreams interprets different types of dreams and show how readers can use even unpleasant dreams as creative tools to find inner peace, inspiration, and solutions to problems. Reprint.
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Feel the energy in your body; bring the change into your life. A for activation. Do something. Take an action to bring your dream into the waking world. M for mastermind. Tell the tale of your dream and discover the details.
Author: Kelly Sullivan Walden
Publisher: Conari Press
In the magical realm of dreams you can learn a topic of fascination, study at the feet of a master, converse with a departed loved one, find an answer to a perplexing question or, explore the larger story of your life. Popular dream analyst and media personality Kelly Sullivan Walden shows how to use your dreams to create the life you want in It's All in Your Dreams. Her 5-step process helps readers remember, connect, and use their dreams in their waking lives: D for declaration. State what you want, clearly and precisely. R for remembrance. Learn easy ways to remember exactly what you dream. E for embodiment. Feel the energy in your body; bring the change into your life. A for activation. Do something. Take an action to bring your dream into the waking world. M for mastermind. Tell the tale of your dream and discover the details. Learn to create a dream mastermind group, share and transfer, and group dream. Walden is a lover of life and languages and considers dreams to be the most important language in which to become fluent. Perhaps the dream you have tonight will be your breakthrough to heal your body, solve your problems, lead you to your very own gold mine, or contribute your unique gift to the world.
11 Dreams and the Wishes of the Soul A Type of Psychoanalytic Theory among
the Seventeenth Century Iroquois Anthropologists ... about the meaning of dreams as the source of fundamental and widely distributed assumptions about
the nature of the world; Tylor thought the ... as typical of whole peoples or even of
mankind, or as a portal to the understanding of the individual's relationship to his
Author: Anthony F. C. Wallace
Publisher: U of Nebraska Press
Category: Social Science
"In sixteen landmark essays Anthony F. C. Wallace illuminates the interconnections between cognition and culture and the formative social conditions of the modern world. Probing the psychological reality (or realities) of culture, Wallace offers incisive analyses of the cognitive foundations of kinship terms and the ability of cultures, past and present, to process complexity. He also examines whether beavers have a culture and reveals how the mazeway of modern American culture equips and enables a routine drive to work. In the volume’s second section, Wallace interrogates the consequences of revolutionary changes in labor, technology, and society in the modern world. A series of essays details the multifaceted, pervasive impact of the Industrial Revolution on the coal-mining communities of Rockdale and Saint Clair, Pennsylvania. He also considers the implications of the disaster-prone coal-mining industry for risky technological enterprises today, such as nuclear power plants. An in-depth comparison between the administrative structures of a modern university and Iroquois-Seneca leadership rounds out this volume."--pub. description.
Stranger , verily dreams are hard , and hard to be discerned ; nor are all things
therein fulfilled for men . Twain are the gates of shadowy dreams , the one is
fashioned of horn and one of ivory . Such dreams as pass through the portals of
Author: Gottfried Purucker
Category: Body, Mind & Spirit
Derived from twelve booklets of instruction to private students, Fountain-Source restores occultism to its original purity and recreates the atmosphere and discipline of the ancient Mystery schools. The scope of teaching is vast: the primeval wisdom-teaching; discipline and the spiritual path; the genesis, structure and destiny of galaxies and solar systems; correlations of cosmic and human constitutions; death and the circulations of the cosmos; and invisible worlds and their inhabitants. Addressed to all who sense the inter-relatedness of human destiny with the cosmic design, and feel the call of altruistic service to humanity.
Her voice revealed the hereditary source of Marcus ' ability for sincere hating . I
looked at her aged , monkey - like face and the intensity of her beady eyes with
wonderment . There was vindictiveness there but no fear , no excitement even ...
The third is the medulla - oblongata portal , called the mouth of God , containing
the ego breath , initiating one into the primitive or primordial will and the ... The source of occipital initiatory impulses begins at the root of 238 Watch Your DREAMS.
The book reaches out to those either deeply religious or only mildly curious as to what God really means now and the possibility that there may be a measure of truth to this enduring sense of a cosmic deity.
Author: William J. Pardue
Publisher: WestBow Press
"WHY GOD" is an exploration of the "concept of God" and its relation to reality. It searches for evidence as to the existence or non-existence of "God" in a variety of disciplines. The principles inherent in consciousness, time, motion, space, and quantum physics produce interesting clues in the search for God. A critical look at rational thought as practiced by mankind provides evidence of our limited ability to objectively define the parameters of not only God but also the "real world" within which we exist. The book reaches out to those either deeply religious or only mildly curious as to what God really means now and the possibility that there may be a measure of truth to this enduring sense of a cosmic deity. It is a curious man's guide to exploring an old concept in a new way. If God exists, can he be contacted? What does he look like, and where can he be found? What does Satan say about the existence of "God"? A chapter is included for Satan's rebuttal to the argument that God may, in fact, exist.
When we do it collectively in sufficient numbers, humanity will transcend into the new paradigm. The background story is about the trauma and ongoing impact experienced by the Australian indigenous people as a result of European settlement.
Author: John Koch
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
Category: Body, Mind & Spirit
A true story which validates the reality of spirit. It shows how spirit can influence us in many ways that lead us to making the best choices and achieving the best outcomes. By understanding and embracing spirit, we realise we are not separate, and we become more empowered, more creative and more fulfilled. We leave behind our fears and move into a new love based reality. Wharumbidgi is the guardian spirit of the Sacred Site of the Sleeping Serpent. He reveals the wisdom of the original inhabitants of Australia, and explains how an etheric portal was created by the power of love.