Heads Up Dreaming

Author: Carlyle T. Smith
Publisher: Turning Stone Press
ISBN: 1618520792
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Heads Up Dreaming from the Author: Carlyle T. Smith. A scientist shows us that we all have the biological capability to reduce uncertainty in our lives… Heads-Up Dreaming is a book about Dr. Smith’s personal discovery of the ability to have dreams that seem to portray future waking events. While other writers have noted this before, what makes Smith’s book unique is his thorough overview of the nature and characteristics of these kinds of dreams and how they differ from more ordinary ones. Through his research, he has discovered that people he knows (family, friends, and students) can also access “heads-up” dreams, suggesting this is a normal biological activity. Although it is an activity that appears to defy the rules of classical physics, it does not violate the rules of quantum physics. While some folks may be more accomplished at it than others – for example, he describes the dreams of one very talented individual who uses her dreams to guide her medical practice - it is an exercise available to all of us. Some of our most important decisions including choosing a life partner, buying homes or cars, changing jobs, are often made with partial information under considerable stress, using emotional rather than logical thinking. With Smith’s process as a guide, you have the ability to eliminate some of life’s uncertainty by interpreting your heads-up dreams – some or all of them will most likely have a thing or two to do with major decisions. In his experience, he’s found these unique dreams often arrive in a timely manner and are typically neutral or positive. With this in mind, anyone concerned with only receiving negative predictions, should rest assured. Heads-Up Dreaming can teach anyone the basic ability to recognize heads-up dreams and to use them as a guide for making some of life’s important decisions.

Heads Up Dreaming

Author: Carlyle T. Smith Phd
Publisher:
ISBN: 9781618520784
Size: 62.59 MB
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Heads Up Dreaming from the Author: Carlyle T. Smith Phd. A scientist shows us that we all have the biological capability to reduce uncertainty in our lives... Heads-Up Dreaming is a book about Dr. Smith's personal discovery of the ability to have dreams that seem to portray future waking events. While other writers have noted this before, what makes Smith's book unique is his thorough overview of the nature and characteristics of these kinds of dreams and how they differ from more ordinary ones. Through his research, he has discovered that people he knows (family, friends, and students) can also access "heads-up" dreams, suggesting this is a normal biological activity. Although it is an activity that appears to defy the rules of classical physics, it does not violate the rules of quantum physics. While some folks may be more accomplished at it than others - for example, he describes the dreams of one very talented individual who uses her dreams to guide her medical practice - it is an exercise available to all of us. Some of our most important decisions including choosing a life partner, buying homes or cars, changing jobs, are often made with partial information under considerable stress, using emotional rather than logical thinking. With Smith's process as a guide, you have the ability to eliminate some of life's uncertainty by interpreting your heads-up dreams - some or all of them will most likely have a thing or two to do with major decisions. In his experience, he's found these unique dreams often arrive in a timely manner and are typically neutral or positive. With this in mind, anyone concerned with only receiving negative predictions, should rest assured. Heads-Up Dreaming can teach anyone the basic ability to recognize heads-up dreams and to use them as a guide for making some of life's important decisions.

Disciplined Dreaming

Author: Josh Linkner
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 9781118001714
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Disciplined Dreaming from the Author: Josh Linkner. A 5-part process that will transform your organization — or your career — into a non-stop creativity juggernaut We live in an era when business cycles are measured in months, not years. The only way to sustain long term innovation and growth is through creativity-at all levels of an organization. Disciplined Dreaming shows you how to create profitable new ideas, empower all your employees to be creative, and sustain your competitive advantage over the long term. Linkner distills his years of experience in business and jazz — as well as hundreds of interviews with CEOs, entrepreneurs, and artists — into a 5-step process that will make creativity easy for you and your organization. The methodology is simple, backed by proven results. Empowers individuals, teams, and organizations to meet creative challenges posed by the marketplace Turns the mystery of creativity into a simple-to-use process Shows how creativity can be used for everything from innovative, game-shifting breakthroughs to incremental advances and daily improvements to business processes Offers dozens of practical exercises, thought-starters, workouts to grow "creative muscles," and case studies Disciplined Dreaming shows even the stuffiest corporate bureaucracies how to cultivate creativity in order to become more competitive in today's shifting marketplace. • #4 New York Times Best Seller (Advice, How-To and Miscellaneous) • #8 New York Times Best Seller (Hardcover Business) • #2 Wall Street Journal Best Seller (Hardcover Business) • #9 Wall Street Journal Best Seller (Hardcover Nonfiction) • #9 Washington Post Best Seller (Hardcover Nonfiction) • #1 USA Today Best Seller (Money) • #10 Entertainment Weekly Best Seller (Hardcover Nonfiction) • #10 Publishers Weekly Bestseller (Hardcover Nonfiction)

The Dreaming Universe

Author: Fred Alan Wolf
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 0684801590
Size: 37.75 MB
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The Dreaming Universe from the Author: Fred Alan Wolf. Explores psychological, physiological, and anthropological aspects of consciousness and dreaming, looking at the history of dream research from the ancient Greeks to modern experiments, and applying theories from quantum physics to human consciousness.

Dreamworking

Author: Christopher Sowton
Publisher: Llewellyn Worldwide
ISBN: 0738751405
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Dreamworking from the Author: Christopher Sowton. Your dreams are trying to guide you, but do you understand what they’re saying? Dreamworking provides a practical process for connecting your dreams to your life, helping you understand the profound requests that come while you sleep. Join Christopher Sowton as he shares five steps to receiving the inner guidance of our dreams: Catch, Clarify, Orient, Connect, Respond. With hands-on techniques, examples from the author’s psychotherapy practice, and guidance for working with fourteen common dream motifs, this book shows how to facilitate dreamwork for psychological and spiritual transformation. Whether a dream wants you to take action, improve your understanding, or make a specific change, you can rest assured that it’s leading you to new perspectives and fulfilling resolutions. Praise: “Christopher Sowton has presented a book that is not only thoroughly original but incredibly comprehensive in both its width and its depth. If you apply the method so well articulated in Dreamworking, your life may never be the same again—and you will celebrate the change!” —Stanley Krippner, PhD, co-author of Extraordinary Dreams “In his excellent guidebook for helping people understand dreams, their own or those of clients, Dr. Christopher Sowton provides a precious map of the territory.”?—Patricia Garfield, PhD, author of Creative Dreaming

Cthulhu Lies Dreaming

Author: Salomé Jones
Publisher: Ghostwoods Books
ISBN: 0957627173
Size: 41.26 MB
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Cthulhu Lies Dreaming from the Author: Salomé Jones. "The most merciful thing in the world, I think, is the inability of the human mind to correlate all its contents." The classic American horror author H. P. Lovecraft coined the term weird fiction in the 1920s. Even today, in our rational world of wonder, his legacy of cosmic horror slumbers on. Deep in the recesses of our unconscious minds, we suspect its truth - that as we puzzle out the shape of true reality, we'll find it is not to our liking. Not one bit. Modern science, with its experts and specialties, is a fragmentary thing. In this, it reflects the human mind. We keep our thoughts in boxes, broken into digestible shards. It is safer. Cosmic horror warns us that what we fondly imagine to be reality is just a thin skin of light and substance over endless gulfs of insanity. Gather too much knowledge, make the wrong connections, and the truth can no longer be denied. The amazing tales lovingly collected in Cthulhu Lies Dreaming are fragments of that truth. Treat them with the caution that they deserve. Each will offer you glimpses behind the skin of the world, leading you closer and closer to the edge of the abyss. Knowledge may bring wisdom, but it also offers far darker gifts to the curious. The truth is indeed out there, and it hungers. Contributors include: Kenneth Hite Matthew Hockey Ayobami Leeman Kessler Greg Stolze Lynnea Glasser Lucy Brady Yma Johnson M. S. Swift Thord D. Hedengren Marc Reichardt Lynne Hardy Brian Fatah Steele Matthew Chabin Samuel Morningstar Daniel Marc Chant Morris Kenyon Saul Quint William Couper Peter Rawlik Evey Brett E. Dane Anderson Mike Davis G. K. Lomax Gethin A. Lynes

A Life Worth Dreaming About

Author: Nicholas Dettmann
Publisher: Author House
ISBN: 1468542982
Size: 73.62 MB
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A Life Worth Dreaming About from the Author: Nicholas Dettmann. "A Life Worth Dreaming About" takes readers on an inspirational story about Carl Robertson, a New York City executive who grew up in poverty in the Midwest. Or that's how he viewed it. His revenge for, as he put it, his awful upbringing was to never think about it again. As an adult, he became self-centered and egotistical. He was someone who was hard to work with and work for. Yet, everybody around him tried to change him as an attempt to make him easier to work alongside. He refused the help. He was making a dream salary so he didn't care what other people thought of him. He had long forgotten his past. Then, he gets a harsh reality check, which puts his career, his life in danger. He's desperate to save what he had built up. He will meet a man that will change his life. Carl gets a second chance at life. He doesn't know why he is given this opportunity. He realizes he better take advantage of it. This story takes you on that journey. Will he do enough in time to save his career, life and rediscover a life worth dreaming about? Learn more at www.nickdettmann.com Twitter: @ndettmann

Dreaming Of Greatness

Author: Amy Oliver
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
ISBN: 1453592229
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Dreaming Of Greatness from the Author: Amy Oliver.

The Dreaming World 1 6180339887

Author: Mark Hanssen
Publisher: Page Publishing Inc
ISBN: 1683480775
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The Dreaming World 1 6180339887 from the Author: Mark Hanssen. The present seemingly appears to be our only playing field in which the human existence thrives; but what could happen if the cognitive aspect of our experience could be moved beyond the parameters of now, into the past or future? We are told that even if time travel was possible, that there's risk of a paradoxical loop arising if changes are made in our past; and that it could catastrophically obliterate the point of our beginning, if made before we were born. What if a secretly hidden technology made it possible for an individual's consciousness to travel in the mind of someone else's, already existing in another place and time, and then return without having to disturb or alter history? We can look at the past with photographs, videos, history books, or in our memories. Dreaming and thinking about the future with our hopes and imagination, or envisioning what prophets and psychics tell us are about the only ways it can be looked at mentally; or is it? If we had the choice, into who and where might we go? What if the choices made are not our own? Without warning, we could be unknowingly hosting travelers from the future...

Dreaming In Chinese

Author: Deborah Fellows
Publisher: Short Books
ISBN: 1907595376
Size: 34.80 MB
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Dreaming In Chinese from the Author: Deborah Fellows. Why can't the Chinese say "I love you"? Can you wear pyjamas on the streets of Shanghai? Why is it so difficult to hear Chinese tones? In this charming, original book, Harvard linguist Deborah Fallows draws on her three years of living and working in China to provide the answers to these puzzles and many more. Using her own struggles and triumphs with the study of Mandarin as a guide, Fallows manages to describe the workings of the language in a way that is both intelligible and entertaining. Her anecdotes and stories illustrate how Westerners have to think in a fundamentally different way to survive in China. This book will appeal to anyone with an interest in China, be they first time tourists, seasoned business people, or just the idly curious. Accessible and revelatory, it will help you discover this extraordinary nation for yourself.