The Creative Value of Dreams
Dreams contain enormous creative potential and have been used as
a unique resource by writers and artists for generations. Enid Blyton,
Samuel Coleridge, Salvador Dali all used their dreams to create their
own individual works. Students will acquire a sense of their own
dream characters and their individual creativity. Examing their own
imagination in this way will provide a bridge to literature and the world
of art.

The benefits to be gained in creative pursuits are obvious but
creative solutions are often needed to solve scientific problems,
especially in industry and Higher Education. Many scientific
breakthroughs have been the result of people recognising, in their
dreams, the answer they were seeking.