Thursday’s Vail Symposium event explores the world of dreams

1st September, 2014 by

By caramie schnell

Plato called dreams “the between state” – a realm that transcends time and space, a place where spirits offer guidance and direct experiences with the living or the dead elicit raw and real emotions. Recognition of dreams goes back globally to ancient times. The Egyptians paid close attention to their dreams. The ancient Greeks, Babylonians, Asian cultures and tribal societies believed dreams held meaning. Those cultures used dreams to bridge messages from their divine beliefs, as guidance for decisions and even to legislate. Landing in modern time, over the course of years, dreams have maintained their meaningful messages and society …

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