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By Michelle Carr
Dream Factory, Psychology Today
…There have been cases where the evidence suggests that dreamers have truly contacted the deceased in their dreams, a finding that may force us to reconsider current conceptions of consciousness and the boundaries between life and death…
By Dr. Shane McCorristine
BBC News Magazine Viewpoint
Once books about dreams were massively popular. Now few people look for answers in their slumbers, writes Shane McCorristine…
By Jonathan Webb
Science reporter, BBC News
Read more about what science has revealed about the rapid eye movements (REM) that occur when we dream…
One night I dreamed I was a butterfly, fluttering hither and thither, content with my lot. Suddenly I awoke and I was Chuang-tzu again. Who am I in reality? A butterfly dreaming that I am Chuang-tzu or Chuang-tzu imagining he was a butterfly?
– Chuang-tzu, Third Century B.C.E.