Friday, October 3, 2008

Summary of "Dreams: Making them work for us"

In "Dreams: Making them work for us", the author states that people should stop a bad dream and change it to a good dream for a beneficial life. Introducing Joseph's nightmare, the author mentioned Milton Kramer, who mentioned why people should try to change a bad dream. The reason is that dreams can have harmful or beneficial effects. He also says the way to remember our dreams is by keeping a journal or diary, review, remind ourselves, stay in the same position, and remember an important word or picture. Dr. Rosalind Cartwright suggested how people can change a dream. By using dream therapy, Joseph could change his nightmares. In conclusion, the author says that people should quit a negative dream, and transfer into a positive dream for their fresh mood in the morning.

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