Re: Re: [Sartre] Dream Theory
- i think its funny that you say "nothing mystical about it" but all you do is
describe the mechanics of it. That doesnt explain away magic... that just
describes the same thing in a different way, and thus forcing yourself to
feel different emotions that seem 'less mystical'
>From: "monomit bhowmik" <bmonomit@...>_________________________________________________________________
>Subject: Re: Re: [Sartre] Dream Theory
>Date: 28 Mar 2003 06:55:30 -0000
> When something terrible or exciting errupts suddenly
>before us,we feel a rush of adreanalin,it's a spontaneous
>reaction,somewhat automated but nothing supernatural about it.
> It's eternal romantic in the human being that tries
>to give a mystic touch to the dreams,but in my view dreams are
>also spontaneous body reactions ,coming from our grey cells.
> mostly we dream what we may not be able to express or
>get,or the fears or joy that are suppressed in a busy day.and
>relaxing of muscles ,it's the relaxation of the mind which
>does some chemical calculations through the alleys of our
>with electr-magnetic impulses.some incidents are not unheard of
>like pre-cognition and telepathy through dreams,but they form
>such an insignifact portion,that it's improper in my opinion
>to consider dreams anything but a byproduct of our bodily
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