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Nightmareland: Travels at the Borders of Sleep, Dreams, and Wakefulness

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Nightmareland: Travels at the Borders of Sleep, Dreams, and Wakefulness

By Lex Lonehood Nover

Narrated by Neil Hellegers

Published by Penguin Audio in 2019 (9780593146293)

English, 7 hours 57 minutes, Unabridged

From a Coast to Coast AM insider, a mind-expanding exploration of sleep disorders and unusual dream states - the scientific explanations and the paranormal possibilities.

Joseph Campbell - Experiencing the Divine audio

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Joseph Campbell - Experiencing the Divine audio Lecture 1.5.3 - Experiencing the Divine When our guiding mythology corresponds to that of our culture, our dreams will be regarded, so to say, as visions. We will be experiencing the divine in the form in which our society regards and cherishes it. But if we are dislocated a little bit, our dreams will be rather bizarre and odd; those, however, are [nonetheless] the signals of our own myth. --Joseph Campbell Joseph Campbell charts the historic evolution of our experience of the divine. He describes the views of early hunters on the open plains, who deified their animal providers; the different reality of denizens of tropical forests, whose sacrifice rituals reflect the world around them; and the desire of inhabitants of the first villages to harmonize daily life with the mathematical progression of planets and stars. Common to these mythic visions, he observes, is the idea that the divine is "out there" in some form. specs: AAC, 32kHz, mono, 58kbps, 57 min tags: mythology, lecture, culture, spirit, heaven, earth, soul, dreams, society

Joseph Campbell - Experiencing the Divine audio

Lecture 1.5.3 - Experiencing the Divine

When our guiding mythology corresponds to that of our culture, our dreams will be regarded, so to say, as visions. We will be experiencing the divine in the form in which our society regards and cherishes it. But if we are dislocated a little bit, our dreams will be rather bizarre and odd; those, however, are [nonetheless] the signals of our own myth. --Joseph Campbell

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