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Working with Dreams
Ullman, Montague, & Zimmerman, Nan
|This is a book about dream interpretation. Ullman's philosophy is that no one but ourselves can be an expert about our own dreams. However, a knowledgeable person can help others to be experts about their own dreams, and it is the aim of this book to provide such guidance. There is one chapter on ESP in dreams, and the authors point out that "they persuade us to look at dreams as events occurring in a much larger and more complex reference frame than we are accustomed to" (p. 349). The value of this book for parapsychology lies in the fact that it sets forth a technique for working with dreams in a group situation that might be viewed as a living laboratory for the observation of the dynamic role ESP may play in dreams, and vice versa.|
|Publisher Information:||New York: Dell, 1979. 368p. Chapter notes; 11 figures; 1 graph; Index: 361-368; 2 tables|
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