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The Dreaming Universe: A Mind-Expanding Journey Into the Realm Where Psyche and Physics Meet Paperback – June 1, 1995
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Kenneth Ring, Ph.D. Professor of psychology, University of Connecticut, author of Heading Toward Omega and The Omega Project The most important book on the nature and significance of dreams since Freud's The Interpretation of Dreams. The result is a ground-breaking, mind-bending excursion into the contemporary human psyche in ways so illuminating that even the universe itself is likely to be dazzled. -- Review
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Fred Alan Wolf, PH.D., is a consulting physicist, writer, and lecturer. He travels throughout the United States and the world lecturing on the new physics and consciousness and is the author of The Eagle's Quest and Parallel Universes. Wolf won the American Book Award for Taking the Quantum Leap. He lives near Seattle, Washington.
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By his own admission, Wolf skipped around during the composition of the book, which is probably why he continually says "I'll explain more about this later." Attempting to join holographic theory, quantum mechanics, synchonicity, Jungian psychology of the collective unconscious, lucid dreaming, UFO abductions, and dozens of other phenomena puts this book a tad over the top. I am no novice in reading metaphysics or science, but in the long run, I couldn't follow it. The organization has no coherent thread other than reality might be a dream.
The book may be worth the price if one is an avid Fred Wolf fan or if one is willing to sift through the pages to find those sections that lapse into intelligibility (or else read it numerous times until some of the difficult connections can be made). It's not a bad book, just awfully difficult and not Wolf's usual "layman's fare."
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This book gets two stars for dealing with an extremely interesting topic and for making quite a few good points throughout, however the author just...Read more