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Dreams and nightmares | Ken Mogi | TEDxUTokyo
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Added Aug 2, 2016
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Ken Mogi’s experiment was to improvise a talk in which he says nightmares are the mothers of dreams. Things like fear, anxiety and problems, appearing at first glance to be bad, are actually worth accepting into your life.

"茂木 健一郎 / 脳科学者
Ken Mogi / Brain scientist
While researching the enigmas of the mind and brain, Dr. Mogi is a critic of literature and the fine arts. Besides actively holding lectures, making television appearances and writing, he engages with his over 900k Twitter followers. Many of those showing great interest in his work are students at the University of Tokyo."

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