Title #1 >>> Dream

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Last night I dreamed I ate a ten-pound marshmallow, and when I woke up the pillow was gone.
(Tommy Cooper)

 

Dreams are illustrations... from the book your soul is writing about you.
(Marsha Norman)

 

Always follow your dreams
(Laura Masi)

 

I'm sick of following my dreams. I'm just going to ask them where they're going and hook up with them later.

(Mitch Hedberg)


It has never been my object to record my dreams, just to realize them.

(Man Ray)


I tell people I'm too stupid to know what's impossible. I have ridiculously large dreams, and half the time they come true.
(Debi Thomas)

 

 

 

 Dreams that do come true can be as unsettling as those that don't.

(Brett Butler)



 

 

 

To see and live in a world where joy, compassion and paying forwards are the currency that brings abundance to each of us as we open our hearts to each other and respect those around us as wenell as the animals, the plants, this earth that we live on.

Where the innocent voices of children are heard, since their truth is always voiced so clearly and when they say "The Emperor has no clothes on", we can no longer pretend to be blind or deaf.

Children inspire me to keep dreaming of that world, because after all the future belongs to them.
(Joan Laine)

 

"Intuitive Counselor"--God gave me this title as I sat in deep meditation while a naturopath worked on my significant other. It was, and is, to be my primary job. Thus my business, as it is currently laid out, IS my dream, the dream given to me by my Maker. I powerfully choose to follow that dream, and my Maker's instructions. Not easy, but worth it every day!

Dr. Ni
http://www.blowingupbarriers.com
(Niama Williams)

 

 

Susan Rayner: my recurring dream is shared by someone else in Australia about trying to get home from overseas but not being able to get to the plane and arrive home where my mother is waiting for me. Each time I check I have my ticket, passport and that I've packed away all my things and bought a present to thank the people for letting me stay. I seem to have stayed in this place for months or years even, and want to go home but can never seem to make the complete journey. Sometimes when I get on the plane it seems like a space ship, that makes me think about my true spiritual home as I am writing this.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Alexander Gold: It's known. My dreams and yours, with the dreams of all over the world are going to a big store. There they are blended to a mixing material. If you go there and try to return your dream you are not able to do this. In any case you'll receive an other dream, the result of the mixing process.
If you want only your personal dream, the only solution is not to give it to go and then folow your dream. Just hold it strenght and give it to folow you, not inverse.
Sylvia Waxman: To "store" = dreams for sale? Is the second dream full of vibrant colors and imagination? Isn't it all about not forcing the outcome and to let go? :)
Alexander Gold: The store is, in fact, more like a raw basis for all dreams. Young, the famous associate of Freud said that all human dreams are originate from a common experience and show similar characterization.
If the dream is only a dream, give it to go, but if the dream has to be realized we have to see in it a vision. In that case don't let it go.
My comment was according with the original text: "I'm sick of following my dreams"
We have the posibility to understand this words in two meanings: He is following his dream because he needs it because he has to do this. Maybe the dream become his fate. The second posibility is to understand that he wants to folow his dream. It is his decision to do it. Maybe he wants to materialize it. In this case, it"s better he will rule the process instead of the process will rule him. That what I was saying by "Just hold it strenght and give it to folow you, not inverse".
I agree with you, if the dream is only an imagination. I see in it a kind of "being". In this case don"t force it. But if you want to materialize it, you have to see in it a kind of "doing". In this case you have to keep the dream and act.

 


Mike Katseli: What's the difference between a vision and a dream?
Efrat Shani: For us DREAM is the new VISION. I'm fed up with the word VISION.

 

If I....
What if I had a tail? Would I chase it? (Gidi Vigo)
If- my body looked just as I wanted it to--what would I feel/want then? (Jude Richards Eastman)
if I had a smile embedded in my heart would I feel shinny and beautiful all day long? (Ionela Maria Baciu)
if i could grow wings would i go south or west? (Yaly Yekutiely)
If I ruled the world, Imagine that, I'd free all my sons, I love em love em baby (Yaron Golan)
What if my love had a height? Would it reach mars? (Hani Arush)

 

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