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    In Kevin Starr’s article, “An Imagined Place: Art and Life on the Coast of Dream”, he lists the arts that contribute to the perception of California as a place of promise. He captures the promise of California by giving specific examples from each of the arts and how they contribute to the creation of this promise. Of these arts however, photography and outdoors/sports are the best for exploring the connection between promise and the arts. The utilization of photography and the outdoors as an outlet to express the promise in California is a great technique that Starr uses in his article. The way Starr examines the promise of California through photography and the outdoors is very intriguing but one might not be able to realize how these relate…

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    treated by Gilgamesh, Ishtar the god of love, Anu the sky-god etc. There were numerous gods responsible for all areas of life. The gods were an intricate part of human life and affected daily events. Mesopotamians believed that the gods and goddess controlled their lives. Mesopotamians and Egyptians alike worship many gods and goddesses. The Stela of the God Bes is displayed in Gallery 137 - Egypt under Roman Rule, First Century A.D. God Bes is kept in lighted art glass. According to the…

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    Never Give up on your Dreams Determination plays a imperative part in perusing our goals and dreams. Without determination, we may give up on our dreams, but they will never give up on us. In the poem “Harlem,” Langston Hughes talks about the tragedy that postponed dreams can cause in a persons life. The poem suggests deferred dreams may “dry up like a raisin in the sun”, representing that abandoned dreams left alone can become small and withered. Another simile in the poem states that…

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    (Tartakovsky). Our dreams are unconscious thoughts that contain much more than just abstract, meaningless images. Rapid eye movement (REM) sleep, or stage two in the sleep cycle, is when most dreaming occurs (Lewis xvii). REM sleep can occur up to five times per night, though this sleep is affected by drugs, alcohol, and caffeine. This sleep is necessary to the sleep cycle and important for memory. Dreaming can also occur during non-rapid eye movement (NREM) sleep, but these dreams are more…

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    We learned that there are many branches of psychology such as experimental and cognitive, Freud was not a psychologist but a neuroscientist. Freud influenced society between 1880-1920 by introducing psychoanalysis and the idea of sexual repression. Psychoanalysis is a technique used on patients with trauma or mental disorders. Patients tap into their unconscious mind by talking in hope to bring repressed fears into patient’s conscious mind. Mental illness was not well known and there was a…

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    EXEGETICAL COMPONENT ‘Unearthing Worthwhile, Innovative Mental Treasures’: On Dreaming and Writing INTRODUCTION Throughout history, the dream has been seen as a wellspring of inspiration for creative practitioners, including writers. In Writers Dreaming (1994) Naomi Epel interviews 26 prominent writers on the relationship between dreaming and creativity. Writers, including Clive Barker and Stephen King, are asked to interrogate their personal writing processes, and account for how they…

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    Dream Stereotypes

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    In the popular imagination, dreamscapes are all populated by flying people and magical nakedness, and probably art-directed by David Lynch. But according to decades of research, dreams usually centre around fairly realistic portrayals of familiar things: people, places and activities. Literally: snoresville. If this seems disappointingly banal you only have yourself to blame, since many aspects of dream content are thought to be reflections of your emotional slate in regular, awake life.…

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    Sigmund Freud Jung

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    Jung believed that dreams do not reflect a child’s unrealized wishes, but are mythological stories and images from the experiences of our ancestors. His take on psychoanalysis was called analytical psychology in which Jung expressed his ideas of the collective unconscious, archetypes, and psychological types. The collective unconscious is an impersonal layer in the human psyche that is different from the individual unconscious, as well as inherited and shared with other members of the species.…

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    by techniques such as dream interpretation and free association” (GOOGLE). As a primary component of the psychoanalysis movement, Sigmund Freud encompasses theories regarding dream interpretation in order to reveal one’s internal thoughts. According to Freud 's theories about dream analysis, our unconscious mind enables us to manipulate our internal thoughts and emotions into a form of artistic expression. As humans, we typically have an innate tendency to suppress…

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    Sleep is, perhaps, one of the most confounding aspects of humanity, even to this very day. There is a host of theories as to why humans require sleep, as well as a similar variety of theories as to why sleep brings dreams. Some say that they are simulations - a means originally produced by the brain to help humans prepare for particular events they have yet to encounter in reality. Others say it is to de-stress the mind, to unravel the complicated webs of data collected through our senses…

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