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On dreams: to learn about your dreams you have first to learn how to be quiet and how to live with quiet. 100 years ago several profound and important writers and artists followed this organic view, particularly William James, the American psychologist, Oswald Spengler, the German Historian, William Butler Yeats, the Irish poet and C, J. Jung, the Swiss psychologist. Today they have been either forgotten or abandoned or cultified. Scientists elementary to this view are Wolfgang Pauli, the eminent physicist, Neils Bohr, another of the same who drew a picture of the tai chi on his blackboard to explain nuclear physics and of course, Einstein. There is a small coterie of Swiss, French and German psychiatrists focused in Zurich who consider these last three as original rabbis or sadhus and I admire them very much but am too stupid to understand what they are talking about. What is interesting in their discussion though is that they have no interest in making things (like atom bombs) out of their discoveries (as in the Out world) but what in these scientific dreamers leads inward (the In world).