Monday, March 13, 2006

What's In A Dream?


1. The person in the dream is present in a story or a scene.
2. The dreamer is either the subject of the dream, or a spectator.
3. The dream is in black and white, or in color.
4. Conversations can be understood by the dreamer without any actual words being spoken.
5. Dreams may be a multisensory experience, in which you can revel in the sensations of touch, smell, hearing and taste, as well as see pictures.
6. Each dream is of specific type, and contains certain themes and symbols that tell about our nature, our preoccupations and the needs of our innermost self.

Extract From Dream Power ~ Laureli Blyth

3 Comments:

Anonymous Jeannie said...

Hi did you write this yourself? Impressive. Anyway is it the same painting that Julia Roberts' character give to Hugh Grant's character in Nottinghill?

I like it..........

Tuesday, March 28, 2006 5:40:00 AM  
Blogger Glass Slippers said...

No, it was from a readup. I have recently bought a lot of books on dreams during the MPH sales. They are all very beautiful.

And yes, your memory is amazing, it is the same painting :-)

Wednesday, March 29, 2006 11:34:00 AM  
Anonymous Jeannie said...

ya, i remember coz i thought the painting is nice and meaningful.

so are you good at deciphering dreams now? sometimes i wonder why i have the dreams that i have.

the next time i have a very interesting dream, i'll ask you to decipher it for me..

cheers....

Friday, March 31, 2006 5:23:00 PM  

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