In the “Dreaming beyond Death” the author Bulkeley Kelly and Bulkly Patricia are in chapter one and two talking about the “dreams of mortality” in the a way that is exclusive and deep. They are out to assist the rebuilding of the art of dying a thing that was rampant in the westernized countries cultural traditions. In the two chapters the two authors are showing how the dreams can move us far than the thresholds: just like the sedan far beyond into the unknown. Dreams swathe the human nature in approximately conception and obscurity. They are able to speak to the heart and murmur all along the callous path and they are out to speak when in most of the instances when someone needs guidance like never before. The two chapters’ makes dreams and their conventions are realized as far as they are associated with the death.
They are chapters that talk of one of the three aspects of pre-death dreams and it offers the interpretations that are significant to the people on the verge of death and the people who take care of them. Through out the chapters the author are trying introduce the level-headed psychiatry in a filed that in the past has been dominated by the people who seek to know more of the clairvoyant. It does outlines the Socrates dreams towards the Carl Yung last vision through the integration of a thorough knowledge of the role of dreams in relation to the history and theological perspectives and mythology of death. In chapter two mostly the basic dreaming doctrines that are able to help one associate meaning to dreams are elaborated. It incorporates the outlandish language used by dreams, their allegorical implications as well as their roles in the future eagerness, and the realistic process applied in the construal of a specific dream. Chapter one on the other hand does talk of the act of dreaming and then fading and the life’s conduit and the visitations as well as the imminent death experiences in relation to the pious points of view and the delicate life as a fantasist.