Jul 22
Kelly Bulkeley Ph.D.
@KellyBulkeley
The new king rejects his old pal in mischief Falstaff - OSF's Daniel Molina delivers the lines to chilling effect -
Jul 22
Kelly Bulkeley Ph.D.
@KellyBulkeley
"But, being awaked, I do despise my dream... Presume not that I am the thing I was." Henry IV pt. 2, 52-56, 61
Jul 22
Kelly Bulkeley Ph.D.
@KellyBulkeley
King Henry V: "I know thee not, old man... I have long dreamed of such a kind of man, So surfeit-swelled, so old, and so profane..."
Jul 21
Kelly Bulkeley Ph.D.
@KellyBulkeley
These lines are beautifully rendered by Jeffrey King, performing in OSF's provocative production of Henry IV Part 2
Jul 21
Kelly Bulkeley Ph.D.
@KellyBulkeley
"...And steep my senses in forgetfulness?... Deny it to a king?... Uneasy lies the head that wears a crown." Henry IV Pt. 2, III.i.5-8,30-1
Jul 21
Kelly Bulkeley Ph.D.
@KellyBulkeley
King Henry: "O sleep, o gentle sleep, Nature's soft nurse, how have I frighted thee, That thou no more wilt weigh my eyelids down..."
Jul 18
Kelly Bulkeley Ph.D.
@KellyBulkeley
Story on the art of migrants, including an installation piece called "The Maquette of Dreams" by Mounira Al Solh -
Jun 29
Kelly Bulkeley Ph.D.
@KellyBulkeley
I just received my copies of the second edition of "An Introduction to the Psychology of Dreaming" w/creepy cat eyes
Jun 28
Kelly Bulkeley Ph.D.
@KellyBulkeley
From Plato's dialogue "Phaedo," sections 60-61
Jun 28
Kelly Bulkeley Ph.D.
@KellyBulkeley
"I thought it would be safer not to take my departure before I had cleared my conscience by writing poetry and so obeying the dream"
Jun 28
Kelly Bulkeley Ph.D.
@KellyBulkeley
But then, facing death, he decided maybe the dream had a more literal meaning, so he tried writing some verses based on Aesop's Fables
Jun 28
Kelly Bulkeley Ph.D.
@KellyBulkeley
His recurrent dreams said "Socrates, practice and cultivate the arts." He always thought this meant practice philosophy, highest of the arts
Jun 28
Kelly Bulkeley Ph.D.
@KellyBulkeley
What did the ancient Greek philosopher Socrates do in the hours before his death? Wrote children's poems based on a lifelong recurrent dream
Jun 28
NATHAN C. K. MARK
@NovePirata
@KellyBulkeley yes! lol. now don't hide behind windows
Jun 28
NATHAN C. K. MARK
@NovePirata
@KellyBulkeley To me, The DreamTime is like the big DreamUniverse that all our little Inner Worlds float in.
Jun 26
Andrew Brady
@atbrady
Dreaming is a "school for metaphor" to recognize layers and nuance rather than premature literalism says…
Jun 26
Chautauqua Inst.
@chq
@KellyBulkeley answers questions and delves into Chautauquan's dreams! #Chq2017
Jun 26
Chautauqua Inst.
@chq
@KellyBulkeley discusses dreams with Chautauquans, and answers some questions! #Chq2017
Jun 26
Chautauqua Inst.
@chq
@KellyBulkeley - while you're @ CHQ enjoying the spiritual conversations and ancient influences, write down your dreams! #Chq2017
Jun 26
Chautauqua Inst.
@chq
@KellyBulkeley - humans have never before had the ability to analyze and store their dreams like they can with the technology we now have
Jun 26
Chautauqua Inst.
@chq
@KellyBulkeley - dreams open people's minds to the unopened realms of themselves, the world and the divine #Chq2017
Jun 26
Chautauqua Inst.
@chq
@KellyBulkeley - dreaming is a primal source of religious experience #Chq2017
Jun 26
Chautauqua Inst.
@chq
@KellyBulkeley - modern western medical science have their origins in Asclepeion dream temples
Jun 26
Chautauqua Inst.
@chq
@KellyBulkeley - dream incubation rituals worked. Encouraged people to sleep well, and most ailments were improved #Chq2017
Jun 26
Chautauqua Inst.
@chq
@KellyBulkeley - Ancient Greeks & Romans practiced dream incubation rituals that focused on healing #Chq2017
Jun 26
Chautauqua Inst.
@chq
@KellyBulkeley - "Vision Quest Ritual" gave Native American children their adulthood identities and lifelong spiritual guidance #Chq2017
Jun 26
Chautauqua Inst.
@chq
@KellyBulkeley - Native American "vision quests ritual" is a right of passage that brought children to adulthood #Chq2017
Jun 26
Chautauqua Inst.
@chq
@KellyBulkeley - Native Americans created the most dream infused cultural groups #Chq2017
Jun 23
Kelly Bulkeley Ph.D.
@KellyBulkeley
The Chautauqua theme next week is "Invention" - I'll be talking about dreaming as a source of religious innovation -
Jun 21
Kelly Bulkeley Ph.D.
@KellyBulkeley
Poor Cinna the Poet, one of Shakespeare's saddest characters - his ominous dream couldn't save him from the ignorant mob - #JuliusCaesarOSF