When you focus on your Dreams~Anything is Possible.

Dreamwalker's Sanctuary

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How can I put into words just how you’ve made me feel?

That you brought into prospective my life and all that’s real

You’ve shown me with your courage, your stamina and true grit

With a will as strong as iron that you are not prepared to quit

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Despite the odds against you and the challenges you’ve faced

When you focus on your dreams, we each can win our race

We who cheer you on, see only the final score

We see not the tears and pain your story held before

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You’ve trained so hard, achieved so much, obstacles you’ve overcome

Each of you are winners even if medals were not won

I’m humbled by your wit, your charisma and your charm

You’ve shown me and abled bodied, just how disabled it is WE are.

 ~Sue~

 The above poem I wrote last evening after watching the closing ceremony…

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How to Lucid Dream – Yes, even you can do it

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 How I experienced my first Lucid dream, and yes you can do it too!

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Back when I was 18, a of mine friend kept insisting I watch Waking Life, a film by Richard Linklate. Thank the universe she did because it immediately became one of my favorite movies. Waking Life introduced me to the concept of lucid dreaming.

I have always been consumed with my dreams. They have been immensely vivid since I was a toddler. It’s been both a blessing and a curse.  While many are fascinating, many more have been terrifying.  I’ve gone through this cycle since I can remember. A few months of good dreams and then a few months of nightmares.  As I’ve gotten older they have only intensified.  Most days I wake up exhausted from my dreams.  Sometimes it will take me hours to come back to complete reality. Naturally, because they have been such a prominent part of my…

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Dream About Balloons

Amy's Weird and Wonderful Dreams

This time I had a dream about one of the places I work at.  However, I wasn’t at the store I normally work at.  This place was a highly windowed almost church-like structure near the seashore.  I was putting them on the holders I normally do, but for some reason the holders were outside to the right and left of the building.

I inflated a few balloons and put about 5 on each holder.  I went back into inflate more when I noticed a storm coming. The wind was picking up, so I was going to leave off inflating to go get them when a group of people came by to tell me something.  I had to stop them from talking to me as they were asking about balloons and the storm. I told them, that yes I must go get them from outside as they might blow…

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Personal Dream Lexicons

Path of the Individual

I was listening to someone give a First Knowledge Lecture and he began with the question: why do we start by studying symbols?

I answered “because it trains your brain to think differently.” In truth, learning how to speak the language of symbols trains your consciousness to think differently. All other parts of the brain (and body!!) ALREADY communicate symbolically. Words are a learned construct, but symbolic thought is native.

In that metaphysics class I took in 1991, in response to a query I relayed that thought without words is entirely possible – but after a lifetime of learning to communicate with words, that we then have to re-learn how to think without words. My exercise was to watch the sunset and think specific ideas without using words. That was a much harder exercise than I expected, but when it was finally mastered … oh, boy. The world opened up!

So…

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