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The Dream as Space, Time and Emotion
Author:
Sakis Totlis
ISBN: 978-1-941926-00-0
6.3 x 9.1 inches, 72pp, Paperback: $50, Hardcover: $80, PDF: $19
Published Date: September, 2014
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Introduction
This is the most astounding theory of how dreaming works. This time the explanations do not depend on the analysis of the dream symbols but on the true cause of their very existence, sentimental energy, the administration of which is explained in this book in all pertinent details.

It is the first time anyone says that dreams happen for our brain to administer internal emotional energy with the sole purpose to bring back a precious energy balance for ourselves, as we all ultimately wake up with a characteristic sense of quietness and bliss.

Energy administration and internal balance is the constant and ultimate target for all that is achieved and happens automatically every night in the most complicated and marvelous way. Dreaming is readily available to all but no one is ever wiser how this miracle actually works. Nature is a lot more cunning than anyone might expect.
Contents
Front Matter  
Section One  
      Prelude  
      Standard Relationships in Time, Space and Emotion  
      The Specific Spatiotemporal and Emotional Theory  
      The Sense of Space in Wake Reality and in the Dream  
      The Sense of Time in Waking Reality and in the Dream  
      The Emotions in Waking Reality and in the Dream  
      Emotions and Perceptions  
Section Two  
      Emotional Charge with no Perception  
      The Method  
      The Dirty Dog and the Beautiful Leopard  
      Symbols in Dreams and in Waking Reality  
      An Analytic Example  
      The Haphazard Dream Structure  
      The Dream as Understanding  
      The System at Work  
      Recognition and Understanding  
      “The Precise Course”  
      A Tell Telling Detail  
      The Imagination in Reality and in the Dream  
Back Matter  
Author(s)
Sakis Totlis
He is a well-known author in Greece, having published many literary, psychological, philosophical and historical books.
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