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I think it is just a very handy skill and also points to us as being more in a superconscious sense than conventional science allows. I think there is a difference between honing an ability and getting 'hooked' on it. The same could be said of professional talent of many types. Dream books are an excellent way of honing the ability, and they are private so....

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