Dreaming Culture

Meanings, Models, and Power in U.S. American Dreams J. Mageo ... Dave's frustration at his lack of control over his girlfriend seems enacted in kicking the dream doll; this scene replays yet reverses the earlier cat/dog fight.

Author: J. Mageo

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 9780230339712

Category: Social Science

Page: 215

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Dreams seem the most private territory of experience. Yet Dreaming Culture argues they are a space in which we practice, consider, question, and adapt cultural models of the self, gender, sexuality, relationships, and agency. Through an innovative "dream ethnography" from college students in the northwestern U.S., this book contributes to recent research on dreaming and the brain in psychology and continuing research on dreaming and the self in clinical psychology and psychological anthropology. Dreaming Culture uses critical theory to understand power relations embedded in cultural models, a perspective often lacking in cognitive anthropology and in psychological studies of self and mind.
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Dreams and Dreaming

2 Consider whether you have been locking away or shutting off an aspect of yourself or your life . Seeing keys in a dream can be a reminder that you hold the ' keys ' to your own success or happiness . K a KICKING 1 If you are kicking ...

Author: Lisa Tenzin-Dolma

Publisher:

ISBN: 1845611950

Category: Dream interpretation

Page: 193

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The meaning behind dreams is explained.
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Dreams Understanding Biology Psychology and Culture 2 volumes

The potential costs of a single failure to respond quickly and adequately in real life to a mortal threat are high; therefore, it pays off to get well prepared while still alive, kicking, and dreaming! In a milder form, we may witness ...

Author: Robert J. Hoss

Publisher: ABC-CLIO

ISBN: 9781440856174

Category: Psychology

Page: 823

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This two-volume set examines dreams and dreaming from a variety of angles—biological, psychological, and sociocultural—in order to provide readers with a holistic introduction to this fascinating subject. • Provides comprehensive coverage of the physiology, psychology, and cultural contexts of dreaming • Explores both dream theory and the practical applications of dreamwork in everyday life • Features contributions by more than 75 authors, all recognized experts in their fields • Offers readers suggestions for further reading and additional study in an extensive bibliography
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Control Your Dreams

In the dream, which was lucid (signal verified), I was deliberately kicking backward with my right foot against a hard surface. Suddenly, I woke and found that my right lower leg was in the air. [The large movement was recorded on the ...

Author: Jayne Gackenbach

Publisher: Open Road Media

ISBN: 9781453286463

Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

Page: 320

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The authors reveal how dreaming can help you uncover your hidden desires and confront your hidden fears. With exercises and techniques taken from the most up-to-date scientific dream research, readers learn how to use dreaming for creative work, healing, and meditation.
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Dreaming of a White Wolf Christmas

She might push him out of bed if he was kicking in his sleep as a wolf, chasing after rabbits in his dreams, and that was all right with him. If she shifted, he was pulling her close and hugging her. He couldn't be more pleased to have ...

Author: Terry Spear

Publisher: Sourcebooks, Inc.

ISBN: 9781492645184

Category: Fiction

Page: 320

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Tangling with a White Wolf—Best Christmas Ever, or Real Trouble? Romance writer Candice Mayfair never missed a deadline in her life—until an accidental bite from a werewolf puppy turns her into an Arctic wolf shifter. She's forced to isolate herself in the wilderness to cope with her unpredictable shifting while she works on her deadlines. After all, for Candice, Christmas is just another day. Enter private investigator Owen Nottingham, a wolf shifter hired to find Candice so she can collect her inheritance. They have a real problem: she must arrive home in human form, and that's not happening during the full moon. Besides, Owen has a new mission: to convince the pretty she-wolf her best move is to join his pack in time for Christmas...and to prove he's the only wolf for her. White Wolf series: Dreaming of a White Wolf Christmas (Book 1) Flight of the White Wolf (Book 2) What People Are Saying: "A wonderful story that illustrates the best of holiday romances... A howling good time." —Long and Short Reviews for A Silver Wolf Christmas "A great holiday season read." —USA Today Happy Ever After for A Silver Wolf Christmas "A holiday treat—a romance that sizzles and entertains." —Fresh Fiction for A Highland Wolf Christmas "A seductive tale of action, romance and suspense during the holiday season..." —The Reading Cafe for A Highland Wolf Christmas
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The Divinity Code to Understanding Your Dreams and Visions

Kicking a Ball Into the Queen Dream Ball, Kicking ball, Left, Right, Group, Queen, Shoulder I kicked a football with my left foot into a group of people, intending to pass it to a person on the right of the group.

Author: Adam Thompson

Publisher: Destiny Image Publishers

ISBN: 9780768488784

Category: Religion

Page: 600

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The Divinity Code to Understanding your Dreams and Visions Stop wondering what your dreams and visions mean—and start living the meanings! The Divinity Code to Understanding your Dreams and Visions is a Bible-based guide to dream interpretation that reveals the mysteries of the Kingdom of Heaven. With this set of Master keys, you can unlock the unseen realm! Led by the Holy Spirit, you can manifest God’s Kingdom on earth through Jesus Christ by knowing what your dreams and visions mean. The Divinity Code to Understanding your Dreams and Visions contains: The most extensive Christian dream dictionary on the market (with Scripture support). An important dictionary of names and places. A critical chapter on counterfeit interpretations by the occult. 101 interpreted dreams providing credible evidence. A fascinating metaphor dictionary. Embrace your supernatural communications with God and go deeper into the things of the Spirit—today!
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Clinical cognitive Psychology

To be clear about this , these two processes are not identical ; rather , the early REM state bears the same relationship to later dreaming as the infant's reflexive kicking movements do to later walking and running .

Author: Louis Breger

Publisher: Ardent Media

ISBN:

Category: Cognitive psychology

Page: 299

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How to Interpret Dreams

Being in front of a jury in your dream simply means that you feel that someone is judging you too harshly. ... kicking. Kicking, in a dream, represents hostility and anger. Kicking also indicates a desire to get revenge on someone who ...

Author: Media Adams

Publisher: Simon and Schuster

ISBN: 9781507201916

Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

Page: 256

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Learn how to decipher the meanings behind your dreams with this engaging new guide. Everyone dreams. But how do we know what our dreams mean? How to Interpret Dreams will show you how to remember your dreams and understand them. It includes simple instructions to help analyze dreams and a dictionary of symbols so you’ll know what all those colors, feelings, objects, and places that pop up in your dreams actually mean. The brain does some of its most fascinating work while it’s at rest. This book can show you what you’ve been missing.
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Histories of Dreams and Dreaming

His method “involved the observation and recording of objective evidence of dreaming such as talking, laughing, sudden kicking, sleep walking, moaning, grinding of teeth, and pantomime movements” (84)—regarding these as no more distant ...

Author: Giorgia Morgese

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 9783030165307

Category: Science

Page: 343

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In the late nineteenth century, dreams became the subject of scientific study for the first time, after thousands of years of being considered a primarily spiritual phenomenon. Before Freud and the rise of psychoanalytic interpretation as the dominant mode of studying dreams, an international group of physicians, physiologists, and psychiatrists pioneered scientific models of dreaming. Collecting data from interviews, structured observation, surveys, and their own dream diaries, these scholars produced a large body of early research on the sleeping brain in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. This book uncovers an array of case studies from this overlooked period of dream scholarship. With contributors working across the disciplines of psychology, history, literature, and cultural studies, it highlights continuities and ruptures in the history of scientific inquiry into dreams.
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The Confessions of My Youth

Nonetheless, I used to go up to an isolated field and kick the ball, dreaming about kicking for Notre Dame. When I got back to the States and asked about it, I was told that so—and—so had secured the kicking position.

Author: Richard J. Grant Caldwell

Publisher: Xlibris Corporation

ISBN: 9781465318657

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 118

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From being a dirt farmer in South America to the heights of California Society, from a promiscuous lifestyle to the peace of Christian life, this is the story of the first thirty-four years of my life. While some sought money, fame, or education, or some other goal, I sought the experience of life, and to the best of my ability, I was a seeker of the Supreme Power in that experience. This story is factual according to the perceptions Ive encountered and remembered. In a phrase, my father, Howard Orville Caldwell, lived the Grapes of Wrath. He was born in Oklahoma, and during the Great Depression, when his fathers job at the local zinc smelter ended, the family moved to South California: Grandpa, Grandma and the three children. That was in the thirties. Dad grew up, went to school, and worked in South California when Los Angeles had only a few hundred thousand people. There was a definite division between rich and poor. Marlon Brando, then Bud Brando, was in the same public speaking class as my father in junior high school. Marlon was one of the rich, Dad was of the poor. This story begins there.
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