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John H.


Silver Spring, MD

Member since:

February 19, 2010

Why is knowing more about dreams important to you?

Won't know why until I know.

What is your favorite dream book?

I don't read dream books, but have in mind to get the Red Book.

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

Hardly ever, maybe once a month


Former psych major, interested in nature of consciousness

What John H. is saying about this Meetup Group

I can't think of a better way to get to know about people than sharing dreams - because to think about interpretation, we need to know or ask about where each dreamer is coming from personally. Also, this seems to be an excellent vantange for thinking about our common humanity. This is an interesting group in a pleasant space; a nice mix of friendly members with different backgrounds; There seems to be a fair bit of turnover in participationsi, so there is always someone new to meet. f you are interested in aspects of the mind, I think this is worth a try. I came to the group with a feeling that I hardly ever can remember dreams. With a few suggestions and mindfulness about it, I am finding that dreams starting to come to the surface of consciousness to be worked with.

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