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Auteur Sujet: [Livre] Mary Lucy Arnold-Forster - Studies in dreams (1921)  (Lu 350 fois)

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Un livre sur l'exploration des limites d'un rêve lucide, elle décrit ses propres expériences et rêves. Elle fait mention de Freud.

L'introduction décrit comment les rêves contiennent des éléments de la journée, d'autres des bizarreries et d'autres paraissent complètement normaux. Elle dit aussi des scientifiques qu'ils ne connaissent pas vraiment la formation des rêves. Aussi que même que certains rêve viennent par des vibrations du son, du toucher ou de l'image, cela n'explique pas assez. Elle dit qu'elle expliquera dans son livre comment il est possible de contrôler les rêves et donne l'exemple d'une personne qui se réveil à une heure particulière car elle s'est "programmé" à cela comme d'un exemple commun, cette force de volonté n'est donc pas suspendu dans le rêve et elle a développé des techniques pour l'utiliser.

Ce livre me parait au moins aussi intéressant que celui d’Hervé de Saint-Denys. Dommage je n'ai pas trouvé de traduction française.

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- Mary Arnold-Forster a été orientée vers la même voie du rêve par le fait que son père et sa mère faisaient déjà des rêves lucides.
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Mary Lucy Story-Maskelyne (1861-1951) was an English author. She was the daughter of Mervyn Herbert Nevil Story- Maskelyne (1823-1911) a geologist and politician. She married Hugh Oakeley Arnold-Forster PC (1855-1909) in 1885, and they had four sons.


Contents

Preface................. xxvii


Room in this study for lay observers and recorders as well as for scientific investigators. Charm of dreams and of their study. Psychology the science of individual experience. Need of a clearing house of dreams. Question of dream-control apparently outside the scope of other books. Difficulty for lay observers in use of scientific terms.

I Introductory............1

Growth of interest in this study. Scientific attitude in the nineteenth century. Difference of present attitude. Teaching of Freud and his followers. Bergson. F. Greenwood. Methods of the dream mind. What faculties are active in dreams? Do any of these faculties change their character in the dream state? Does our control over our thoughts wholly cease?

II Dream Control...........22

Desirability of some form of dream control. Bad dreams of many kinds. Dream control established by means of a formula. Charles Lamb and dreams of fear. Children's bad dreams. Richard Rolle the Hermit. Amulets and charms. Dream control considered from the point of view of psycho-analysts.

III Flying Dreams...........37

Further control of dreams. Voluntary dreaming. Extension of powers of voluntary dreaming by means of a second formula. Experiments. Flying dreams in war-time.

IV Dream Recording...........52

Memory as a dream recorder. Methods of remembering and recording dreams. Difficulty in case of dreams of changing identity. Early morning dreams. Epic-tetus's warning to dreamers. An apology.

V Dream Memory, Dream Imagination and Dream

Reason.............67


Memory as dream builder. Imagination as dream architect. World of dreams still the familiar world known to us - but laws of time and space annihilated. Examples. Operation of reason in dreams. Good reasoning producing unsatisfactory results because dream reason is imperfectly supplied with necessary facts. Arguments in dreams.

VI The "Super-Dream"..........83

Nature of the "super-dream." Imagination undergoes a dream change. All faculties working at their highest capacity. Condorcet. Nevil Story-Maskelyne and others. H. Fabre. R. L. Stevenson. A novelist of today.

VII Symbolism in Dreams, and the Significance of

Dreams in Tradition.........93


Theory of symbolic nature of dreams in modern psychology. Morton Prince's definition of dreams as "the symbolical expression of almost any thought." Censor theory. Psycho-analysis. Examples of allegorical dreams symbolising thoughts or moods which had occupied the mind by day. Ancient belief in the symbolic and prophetic character of dreams, and in dreams as channels of Divine communications with ' men. Some ancient and modern superstitions.

VIII Dream Places............102

Dream countries - Mr. E. M. Martin. Dream houses. Faithfulness of dream memory. De Quincey's Easter dream. Elia - Recurrent place dreams. Rudyard Kipling. My friend's story.

IX Dream Construction.........113

Comparison between dreams and wandering day thoughts. Construction of dream story. In dreams the thing thought of visualised - made objective. Con -secutiveness - reasonableness of dream story depends on connecting links which are easily forgotten. Examples of dream construction.

X Sense Impressions in Dreams.......122

"Sensorial" and "psychic" dreams. Part played by sensations in dreams. Havelock Ellis quoted. Flying dreams not affected by bodily position. Dreams affected by temperature of the body. Colour sense in dreams. Senses of smell and taste.

XI Borderland State..........134

Transition state between waking and sleeping described. Two stages:

(a) Earlier stage furthest removed from sleep.

(b) Later stage nearest to border-line of sleep. Earlier stage - State of quiet. Curious experiences in this state. Possibility of telepathic communication by channels other than those of the senses. Belief that such communications may take place between the living and the dead. Sir 0. Lodge. S.P.R. investigations. Distinction between experiences in dream state and in borderland state. State of quiet. Analogy with hypnotic state suggested. Also analogy with condition necessary to artist's creative work.

XII Borderland State..........150

Later stage of transition state - nearest to sleep. Visions seen in this state of the same material as our dreams. Approaching and crossing the border-line of sleep. Simultaneous working of normal and dream mind perceived. Intercepted messages. Crossing strands of thought. Heightened sensitiveness to sense impressions.

XIII The Actors in Dreams - "The Dream Guide" . . 160

Nature of the personages who play their parts in our dreams. How do they sustain their roles in dramatic dreams and dreams of argument ? The "Guide" in my dreams. Belief that these actors are the creation of the dream mind. Consciousness of dual personality. Dreams of the dead ... a different order of experience from experience in borderland state.

XIV Moral Sense in Dreams.........173

Differences between moral sense in dreams and in normal life. Absence of sense of responsibility. Other differences. Dreams of anger, an experiment in dream control. Teaching of the Freudian school of psychoanalysts. Dream control an answer to the theory that the province of dreams lies wholly outside our control.



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Re : [Livre] Mary Lucy Arnold-Forster - Studies in dreams (1921)
« Réponse #1 le: 09 juin 2012, 02:12:21 am »
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Ce livre est magnifique, de nombreuses observations que j'ai faites par moi-même sont relatées par l'auteure. C'est un livre pas très long mais intéressant. Je voulais le traduire mais comme je me rends compte c'est beaucoup d'ouvrage je vais y repenser. J'ai réussi à traduire le préface du moins.

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