This study of dreaming, death and shared consciousness develops a
context that is humanistic, comparative and evidence-based in its
engagement with the work of cultural anthropology, ethnomusicology
and the study of the imagination. It also reaches into current
research on consciousness at the interface of neuroscience,
anthropology, sociology, musicology, computer studies,
psychology/parapsychology, literature and cognitive studies, in the
process of drawing its content from a range of original writing
from diverse disciplinary and cultural backgrounds.
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