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We will discuss "The Secret History of Dreaming"

"The Secret History of Dreaming" by Robert Moss is a great read. One reviewer says '... Moss gives voice to the primal joy that dreaming invokes, the sheer creative freedom that's set loose every time we go to sleep. If I were stuck on the proverbial desert island, this is the book I'd want to have with me." If you can't read the book join the discussion. We'll look at the first section of the book, which is about 150 pages. Hopefully we can get to the second section later on in the year. We will be in the Friend of the Sumner Library room, which is smaller room at the bottom of the stairs.

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  • Rolf C.

    An architect friend says proper dreaming is going to night school; his unconscious unlocks lots of puzzles then.

    1 · August 4, 2014

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