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The Appearance of Light and Colour in Dreams

Dr Nigel Hamilton dscusses the significance of colour in our dreams and how it relates to our emotions.

Dreams can be a source of creativity, inspiration, puzzlement and a mirror of our inner psychic world. Recent research has been able to show that colours in dreams relate to the emergence of newly sensed emotions in our personality. This evening will focus on the psychological and spiritual phenomenon of light and colour appearing in our dreams during a period of profound personal or ‘psycho-spiritual’ transformation i.e. a particular kind of unusual dream, or series of dreams, tends to occur whilst we are undergoing a breaking down of an old or redundant personal sense of self – and yet a deeper, truer sense of self is only just beginning to emerge into our conscious awareness, and therefore into our personality. Such experiences hint at the possibility that more subtle dimensions of human consciousness may be starting to reveal themselves through our dreams. The personal implication for the dreamer will be discussed in this talk.


Dr Nigel Hamilton | talks


Date and Time:

30 April 2007 at 6:30 pm


1 hour



Louise T Blouin Institute
3 Olaf Street
W11 4BE
0207 985 9600

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