Tuesday, May 21, 2024

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Paul Lippmann

Psychologist, psychotherapist, psychoanalyst practicing in Stockbridge, Massachusetts. Living in Stockbridge since 1961. Father of John Lippmann and Eve Jennings. Husband of Frances Lippmann. Founder of Stockbridge Dream Society. Founder and board member of the Western Massachusetts and Albany Association for Psychoanalytic Psychology. Past president of the William Alanson White Psychoanalytic Society. Affiliate Faculty: Austen Riggs Center. Member: International Association for the Study of Dreams. Author of dozens of papers on Dreams and author of Nocturnes: On Listening to Dreams, Analytic Press, 2000.

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ON DREAMS: Hate dreams, love dreams

It seems to me that the wide range and freedom of dreams emerge from a mind free from being watched, even free from being watched by oneself.

ON DREAMS: In praise of dreams forgotten

To light up the world, we dig deep for nature’s oil, but end up polluting our atmosphere. To dig deep for dreams may end up polluting our mind’s atmosphere.

The democracy of dreams

No matter one’s capacity for imagination in waking life, in dreams, there is a democracy of imagination-- some more, some less, but all of us busy through the night and sleep making up dreams.

Where have all the dreams gone?

Before we conquered night, before external screens filled our minds, dreams were the main show in the dark of sleep.

The Edge Is Free To Read.

But Not To Produce.