These Thoughts Are Not My Own. REVIEW: Matthew Walker’s ‘Why We Sleep’

It isn't often that we find books that give a thoroughly decent and unbiased account of the scientific nature of sleep and dreams, but Matthew Walker’s (2017) Why We Sleep just does that. Whenever we see Freudian thinking being criticized by an academic I believe we should all rejoice! This informative and interesting book hits [...]

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 [...]