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New Church Perspective
is an online magazine with essays and other content published weekly. Our features are from a variety of writers dealing with a variety of topics, all celebrating the understanding and application of New Church ideas. For a list of past features by category or title, visit our archive.

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Helen traces the progression of how humans have interpreted dreams from Biblical times through to the present day. She examines why we are removed from perceiving their significance directly. -Editor.

Sleep is a wonderful thing — Hamlet says:

"…to sleep, perchance to dream” (William Shakespeare, Hamlet).

Emily Dickinson wrote about sleep and dreaming, too. A verse from a poem of hers says:

"Half glad when it is night and sleep,
if, haply, thro’ a dream to peep
into parlors shut by day…"(I Have a King, who does not speak—).

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