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Daniel

Location:

Washington, DC

Member since:

July 2, 2009

Why is knowing more about dreams important to you?

I think that apart from providing valuable insight into all the mental processes that are going on below the surface, they are delightfully weird and a lot of fun to think about.

What is your favorite dream book?

I'm not sure that I've read dream books, but I have a number of favorite children's fantasy books, which I think in a way is close. These include A Wrinkle in Time and His Dark Materials.

How often do you recall your dreams (times per week)?

Probably about once or twice—not as frequently or vividly as I used to when I was in school and had a lot of leisure time to think about them.

Introduction

I'm fascinated by different modes of thought, and I would like to explore my unconscious a bit more.


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