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Tuesday, June 15, 2004

summary - Eriko

In "Dreams: Making them work," the author says that Milton Kramer is a psychiatrist and dream researcher. He believes that dreams are important, because he found that dreams control the condition of the mind. For example, if you are having a nightmare, you wake up feeling discouraged. He thought we need to learn the way that we can change a bad dream. Therefore we can keep a journal or diary when we wake up, review our day as we begin to fall asleep, etc.

Dr. Rosalind Cartwright is a dream researcher too. Her idea is dream therapy, which is changing a dream that involves four simple steps. Someone was helped by dream therapy.

After a night of seeing a good dream, we can greet a fresh morning. Changing dreams brings profit to us physically and psychologically.


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