Joyful Dreaming

Joyful Dreaming

Lucid Dreaming – For The Fun of It In 1902, in England, Hugh Calloway (aka Oliver Fox) discovered lucid dreaming*. This is a form of dreaming many discover spontaneously on their own, and others read about, study, practice and work to master. Lucid dreaming is...

“In My Own Little Corner” (CV)

“In my own little corner in my own little chair I can be whatever I want to be …” So sings Julie Andrews in the 1957 television adaptation of Rodgers and Hammerstein’s Cinderella. Julie Andrews sings about the power of daydreaming in Cinderella (1957). This song is a...

Forgotten Dreams

“Where do forgotten dreams go?” J. Allan Hobson, Dream Life: An Experimental Memoir, pp. 175-176  Where Do Forgotten Dreams Go? They sleep in endless seas Dissolve into the orange gold horizon at dusk Rise with the sun over distant lands Wander like toothless men over...

MLK’s Dream and Mine

On being link in liberty’s chain By Tzivia Gover Originally Published in the Daily Hampshire Gazette 11/08/2011 – 1:00am NORTHAMPTON – On a cool, crisp November night, my co-worker Anita Gallers and I stood in front of the new Martin Luther King Jr....

Dreaming is the Poet’s Work (CV)

In her book The Writing Life, Annie Dillard claims she never learned anything useful from a dream. And yet she gives us this quote by Octavio Paz: “Octavio Paz cites the example of Saint-Pol Roux, who used to hang the inscription ‘The poet is...