“You have to dream before your dreams can come true”
– Abdul Kalam
It turns out that by exploring your night-time dreams you can also help to make your daytime dreams come true. Yes… you may need to read that again, so please do so.
Yes… you may need to read that line above again, so please do so.
Both Freud and Jung considered dreams to be the primary pathway to that vast ocean of the unconscious mind that you need access to, to fix your problems, to break out the benefits, and to make your dreams come true.
When exploring your dreams you always need to start with the
- Intuitive rather than the logical
- Creative rather than the prescriptive
- Magical rather than the mundane
- Future rather than the past
btw all this serious stuff is only in development as yet. The picture clears as I continue to explore my life and my dreams. More will come…
Bring Your Problems
“Whatever the nature of his Dream, a young man has the developmental task of giving it greater definition and finding ways to live it out.
It makes a great difference in his growth whether his initial life structure is consonant with and infused by the Dream, or opposed to it.
If the Dream remains unconnected to his life it may simply die,
and with it his sense of aliveness and purpose”
– Daniel Levinson
Are you in the middle stages of your life? Do you find it a struggle? Is going to work an effort these days? Do you feel empty inside? Do you feel depressed or miserable at times? Do you wish you could escape and maybe, start over?
You are not alone.
But there are things you can do to help yourself that cost almost nothing, that take only a little extra time, and that will make you feel very special.
Psychiatrist Carl Jung made the analogy of a cork (the conscious mind) gently bobbing on a vast ocean (the unconscious). If you insist on continuing to try and live your whole life on that little cork, you are going to continue to be in trouble and be very restricted. It’s not the life I think you want or deserve.
So let’s consider dreaming since both Freud and Jung considered dreams to be a pathway to that vast ocean of the unconscious mind that you need access to, to address your problems.
- Dreams are secret and known only to yourself
- Dreams happen at a time when you are sleeping anyway, so no extra time is needed
- Dreams are mysterious and making more use of them makes you feel very special indeed
- Dreaming provides motivation by being amazing fun
So when you want to know more about dreaming, how to solve the problems listed above, and how else you can benefit then come and join our discussions here at dream4fun.com
This page will grow as I work out what more stuff I have…
But for now…
My Contact Page
Some Success Stories mostly out of coaching or tarot readings
My Dream4fun front page
Some Slide Presentations
But these presentations are about my coaching ideas and not so much about dreaming yet, sorry. There are things I wanted to write down…
That’s all I have just now.