James David Lewis-Williams

“According to Martindale’s view, as we drift into sleep we pass through: – waking, problem-oriented thought, – realistic fantasy, – autistic fantasy, – reverie, – hypnagogic (falling asleep) states, and – dreaming.”


James David Lewis-Williams, The Mind in the Cave: Consciousness and the Origins of Art
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