In Healing Night, clinical psychologist Rubin R. Naiman explores sleeping, dreaming, and awakening, going far beyond the science of sleep medicine to reflect on what he believes is the profoundly spiritual nature of night consciousness.
Naiman reveals how the erosion of night by artificial light and the devaluation of sleep and dreaming have led to an epidemic of sleep disorders and consequent days of chronically dazed waking consciousness. Drawing on both clinical experience and personal explorations, Naiman offers a fresh look at sleep and dreams, and provides alternative healing practices for sleep disturbances. Moreover, he challenges us to acknowledge our spiritual night blindness and embrace the sacredness of night.
This edition was revised in 2009.
Rubin R. Naiman is a psychologist and clinical assistant professor of medicine at the University of Arizona's Health Sciences Center. As the sleep and dream medicine specialist for Dr. Andrew Weil's world renowned Program in Integrative Medicine, Naiman has developed the first truly integrative approach to sleep and dream health. Naiman is the sleep specialist at Miraval Resort, and is in private practice in Tucson, Arizona. He is also the author of The Sleep Advisor, a unique expert software system that evaluates and provides recommendations for addressing sleep disorders.
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