Monthly Archives: October 2011

Dream journeys

  “Every night the same scene appears in her dreams: a bus, people getting on. She runs to catch it, with a heap of luggage. However, when she reaches the stop, the bus closes the door and leaves. Without her. Nearly every night, for several months, this dream repeats, turning into a nightmare.” Dana-Sofie Šlancarová,

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Life lessons

“Are we meant to learn lessons from our dreams?” asked Cheryl, in an email I received this week. It’s a good question, both simple and complex, and one many people ask. So, are we meant to learn lessons from our dreams? I’ve been watching Isobel, my eight month old granddaughter, learning to crawl. You might

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Dream catcher machine

Imagine downloading movie clips of your dreams each morning. “What did you dream last night?” “No idea. Hang on a minute, I’ll have a look.” Research published this month in the journal Current Biology has led to speculation that this may be possible in decades to come. While no-one has yet captured footage of dreams,

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