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The Land of Hypnagogia
Adam Crabtree | 9798646683824
Createspace | POD - firm sale | KDP | Booksurge / Softcover / 2020-07-01 / X68382
Biography and Memoir / Toronto-Area Authors
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266 pages
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After a long career as a psychotherapist and scholarly writer, Adam Crabtree gathers together the principle threads of his view of the meaning of human life. He describes his life-long search for the means to explore human depth. His approach is unique in that he uses narrative to explore the twilight world of hypnagogic experiences as he has experienced them. He does not claim to have answers, but only his own personal experiences to serve as specimens of what one day may become a science of the world of hynagogia. He claims that hypnagogic experiences are our most direct access to the true depths of human persons and the formation of human meaning. The book has three main parts. In the first, he describes the nature of hypnagogic experiences and provides many personal examples. In the second part, He tells the story of how a book moth had burrowed into his writings and felt compelled to take the time to lecure him on the failures in his career. The third part describes his encounters with Friedrich Nietzsche at a well on his property and descends into the depths of the inner human abyss. The book is completed with an examination of the fears that have kept the human community from allowing an adequate exploration of those depths, and a call for a radical shift in language and attitude in this fundamental voyage of discovery.

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