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What is Synchronicity?

Dream 358: A woman dreamed that an ex-lover whom she had known for years were floating side by side together passively in a pool of water. They both were floating and were perfectly still. She somehow knew that he was going to die. Basically the dream was saying that their relationship died because it wasContinue reading “What is Synchronicity?”

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Science Dreams

Many scientists, including Einstein, were affected significantly in their work by dreams. What follows is one of a multitude of examples: “As a young mathematician in the 1950s, Don Newman taught at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology alongside rising star and Nobel-laureate-to-be John Nash. Newman had been struggling to solve a particular math problem: “IContinue reading “Science Dreams”

Dreams and Creativity

Learn about the power of your dreams… I don’t dream at night, I dream all day; I dream for a living. – Steven Spielberg Dreams are important in art and science. Einstein credited a dream when he was seventeen as the first seed of the theory of relativity. He was on a sled going atContinue reading “Dreams and Creativity”

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