From the Sutras to narrative literature to the modern interaction between Buddhism and psychotherapy, Buddhists have reflected on the meaning of dreams. Their meaning across regions and periods has been far from universal: to Buddhists, dreams have forecasted future events, delivered messages from higher beings, illustrated how we can have perception and sensation in a phenomenal world that is illusory, and more.
|Japanese Death Poems: Written by Zen Monks and Haiku Poets on the Verge of Death||Hoffmann, Yoel||1986|
|Le Journal des rêves de Myoe, moine japonais de l'école Kegon||Girard, Frédéric||1990|
|Un moine de la secte Kegon à l'époque de Kamakura, Myôe (1173-1232) et le journal de ses réves||Girard, Frédéric||1990|
|Review: Myôe the Dreamkeeper, by George Tanabe||Tyler, Susan C||1995|
|Review: Visions of Power, by Bernard Faure||Heine, Steven||1996|
|Visions of Power: Imagining Medieval Buddhism||Faure, Bernard||1996|