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Gary Lachman – Dreams, Time, and Synchronicity

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Gary Lachman discusses his book Dreaming Ahead of Time – Experiences with Precognitive Dreams, Synchronicity and Coincidence.

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  • Can we see the future in our dreams?
  • Does time flow in one direction?
  • What might our dreams be trying to tell us?
  • What is the nature of synchronicity or ‘meaningful coincidence’?
  • Is there really any difference between the dream world and so-called reality?

Renowned esoteric writer Gary Lachman has been recording his own precognitive dreams for forty years. In this unique and intriguing book, he recounts the discovery that he dreams ‘ahead of time’, and argues convincingly that this extraordinary ability is, in fact, shared by all of us.

Dreaming Ahead of Time is a personal exploration of precognition, synchronicity, and coincidence drawing on the work of thinkers including J.W. Dunne, J.B. Priestly and Carl Jung. Lachman’s description and analysis of his own experience introduces readers to the uncanny power of our dreaming minds, and reveals the illusion of our arbitrary distinctions between past, present and future.

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  1. Nadim Mahi-Bahi says:

    Feeeeels like I’ve been here before!!!!

    Very good show.
    I don’t know if I’m the only one who experience this but when I’m sick, like when I’m starting to get a cold, my dreams are, the only word I can find is, clitchy. It’s not that they are particularly strange. The analogy I have is that they are like a broken record. It really bugs my sleep.

    What sucks about dreams, is when you dream that your at work…. I hate those.

    1. Greg Moffitt says:

      Glad you enjoyed it! It brings together three of my favourite topics in the words of the title. Do you mean ‘glitchy’? I’ve never noticed any particular change in my dreams if I’m unwell, but the latter – fortunately – almost never happens. Maybe your work dreams are suggesting a new path in which you like dreaming about ‘work’ 🙂

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