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2022-2023 University Bulletin 
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THEO 340 - Dreams

3 Credit Hours

From ancient times in both East and West to modern scientific research, sleep and dreaming involve distinctive elements unique to each person which express an overall response to life. Significant sleep routines and patterns of dream symbols are also shared with others in respect to age, gender, personality types, and in the broadest sense with everyone. Recent discoveries in medicine and science have also shown that the meditative process of dream-work has important therapeutic, re-creative, and developmental potential.

This course will explore the significance and value of dream interpretation for contemporary spirituality from a holistic perspective, that is, in respect to the life of the whole person considered as a unity of body, mind, and spirit in constant interaction with the natural and social environment. 

Prerequisite(s): Admission to the Honors program.

This course will satisfy the core area requirement in theology.

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