REVIEW: Dreams & Premonitions – The Story of John W. Dunne

Keeping a dream diary used to be extremely popular thanks to the work of John William Dunne. A British aeronautical engineer, soldier and philosopher by trade, J. W. Dunne had premonitions about the future and came up with his own theories about how dreams functioned. John Dunne's book, An Experiment with Time, was published in [...]

REVIEW: Dreaming and the Secrets of the Incas

Michael Peter Langevin's book about his learning and experiences in Peru shows us how dreaming has become a lost art in the 'civilised' West. His book, Secrets of the Incas - A Modern Approach to Ancient Ritual and Practice, demonstrates that history has not been kind to dreamers, but that we as dreamers have immense [...]