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  • Title: Faith, Love, Hope: Summary by Bobby Matherne
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    • a dreamlike way what appears to be an action of their own; yet they
  • Title: Faith, Love, Hope: The Third Revelation
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    • a dreamlike way what appears to be an action of their own; yet they
  • Title: Faith, Love, Hope: Towards the Sixth Epoch
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    • these states they recognise also the intermediate one of dreaming, but
    • aberration, a departure from the normal. Through dream-pictures
    • consciousness; but in ordinary dreaming they emerge in such an obscure
    • form that the dreamer is scarcely ever able to interpret rightly their
    • take an ordinary dream of which a scientific modern investigator of
    • dreams, able to interpret it only superficially and in a materialistic
    • way, has made a regular conundrum. A highly significant dream! You
    • see, I am taking my example from the science of dreams, which —
    • physics. The following dream, a characteristic one, has been recorded.
    • dreams; but I would like to deal with one which raises certain
    • there was a great deal in the dreams of both husband and wife to
    • had exactly the same dream. They dreamed that their son appeared to
    • The parents told each other what they had thus dreamed on the same
    • Now the investigator who gave his account of the dream, and could
    • it is obvious they would both have dreamt of him. But the puzzling
    • thing was that they should have had the same dream on the same night.
    • assume that one parent had the dream, and the other, hearing it when
    • awake, got the idea that he (or she) had dreamt it also. To
    • for anyone well-versed in dream-experiences there is nothing unusual
    • in several people having the same dream at the same time.
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