Memories, Dreams, Reflections is a partially autobiographical book by Swiss psychologist Carl Jung and an associate, Aniela Jaffé. First published in German in 1962, an English translation appeared in 1963.
“The dream is the small hidden door in the deepest and most intimate sanctum of the soul, which opens to that primeval cosmic night that was soul long before there was conscious ego and will be soul far beyond what a conscious ego could ever reach.”
See also Man and His Symbols, available as a PDF here.
In Conscious Dreaming, Robert Moss details a unique, nine-step approach to understanding dreams, using contemporary dream-work techniques developed from shamanic cultures around the world. Conscious Dreaming shows you how to use your dreams to understand your past, shape your future, get in touch with your deepest desires, and be guided by your higher self.
Dream Power has already helped over half a million readers recognize the importance of their dreams, as well as learn how to use the information they reveal to enrich their lives.
THE DREAM GAME - Dr. Ann Faraday A pioneer in contemporary dream research, Faraday describes how you can understand your dreams and make them work for you. Utilizing a dream diary to chart and interpret everything from dreams of ecstatic pleasure to your darkest nightmares, Dr. Faraday helps you discover the mysterious workings of your inner self. The Dream Game is not complex or inaccessible - it is a personal, step-by-step guide to dream exploration.
Lucid dreaming offers science a revolutionary psychological tool to experiment and investigate the deeper aspects of the dream state, consciousness and the mind. This book shows how lucid dreamers can explore the subconscious and its knowing.
Science now affirms that everyone dreams. America’s most-documented psychic saw dreams and visions as messages from a deeper level of consciousness. This book offers insights and guidance for better dream recall, dream interpretations, dream guidance, heightened ESP, and even better sleep.
According to Edgar Cayce, there are four types of dreams we may experience: those pertaining to our physical health, those revealing our inner self’s dynamics, those that are precognitive and psychic, and those that are visions from the higher spiritual realms.
The book explores how to enjoy the benefits of each of these in your life.
We all dream - and which of us could not recall some strange or vivid dream that lingers in the memory? What is the purpose of such dreams? Do they have meaning or are they nonsense? Can they help us with our problems? How do we understand the structure and strange symbolism of dreams? And what do we make of nightmares?
International Association for the Study of Dreams is a non-profit, international, multidisciplinary organisation dedicated to the pure and applied investigation of dreams and dreaming.
Does everyone dream? Laboratory studies have shown that we experience our most vivid dreams during a type of sleep called Rapid Eye Movement (REM) sleep. During REM sleep the brain is very active, the eyes move back and forth rapidly under the lids, and the large muscles of the body are relaxed. REM sleep occurs every 90 – 100 minutes, 3 to 4 times a night, and lasts longer as the night progresses.
Dream Network Australia Inc. is an association that has formed to share knowledge, experience and information about dreams and dreaming. They offer an annual program of workshops, dream groups and conferences.