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Supernal Dreaming: On Myth and Metaphysics
The following article is an exploration of supernal dreaming, a type of dream that engages the dreamer as a profound, participatory, and often revelatory event. Dream types are not well developed in dream research; this article contributes to the development of a more typological approach to dream analysis. Four dream types are presented and contextualized with reference to their metaphysical and ontological significance. The types discussed are normative-rational dreams, mythic-imaginaldoi:10.3390/rel11110552 fatcat:4fv3qa2rb5hilgig3n6xjpnknm