Describing a Dream

How does someone go about describing a dream?

“I saw a flying car, it drove into mars, the sky turned to night, and I was back on the earth.”

I mean, you could pause every moment, and say, “I saw a flying car,…but it was not real, and the sky turned into night…, but it was not real, and I was back on earth, …but it was not real.

But people get what a dream is, so we don’t need to qualify every statement in describing one. We describe it as we saw it.

But when describing hallucinations, even if the schizophrenic sees it as hallucination, there is no correlate in communication.

That the modern approach is so obsessive about disqualifying the nature and content of the experience, there is no longer way to hear it.

But that doesn’t mean it can’t be heard.


11 thoughts on “Describing a Dream”

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