In the Mood to Dream
Dream and What May Become of It
Is dreaming going to a different dimension?
HAVE YOU SLEPT WELL TONIGHT?
Do you blame your pillow for bad dreams or do you praise your honey's hug for beautiful dreams?
Dreams take you to a completely different dimension whether it is a likeness of your experience or merely nothingness. Understanding your dream leads you to investigating the experience that is still fresh in your mind and feelings. The conclusion from its interpretation will put you in an odd or equivalent dimension. Do you believe in your dreams? Do you believe in what the interpretation tells you? Do you value the symbols in your dreams that motivate you or does it strike fear, symmetrical to a practical meaning? It is entirely to your belief and understanding, your feelings towards struggle and of contentment and your power of choice and engagement. ≈ ♥ ≈
The Depth of Dreams
Human and animals dream, a contributing factor of our existence. Animals dream of events while they were awake like when they were at play. Do you not replay a mental imagery of the events surrounding us? Of course you do, that is why you dream. Your slumbering mind is not fully fast asleep; it is half awake. Subconsciously, the mind rewinds to specific events where most of your energy has been transferred and conveyed into. When the body is rested and the mind is working, there is the connection to recreate stories. Our subconscious mind is like some machinery working overtime.
The “stories” that are recreated within our restless minds are dreamy from a chemistry of supply that take us back or forward encompassing who we are, what we have become; what we were up to and what we plan to do next.
Dreams are also conceptions of our intuitive mind, scripted in our sleep. You are not totally exhausted but you take a rest. Now that you have dropped your body to rest, you are in a dream state. You are now creating your own dream scene. The deeper we think, the more spontaneous a dream becomes. Your body absorbs a hypnotic energy while you are now experiencing a lucid dream.
Lucid dreams appear clear like crystal, because you script it, you put yourself in it as the main star. It will take you subconsciously to dreamland, wrapped up in conscious impression of awareness. In the projection of lucid dreaming, the dreamer realizes in the midst of a dream that none of it is real. In a draft moment, you as the dreamer will realize on impulse that you are in a dream, that it is all in the dream, then, you go back to dreaming.
Rainbow We are driving along an open circle island surrounded by blue waters on a sunset evening. The island's opposite sides are a.) a beautiful mountainside covered with rainbow colours from the ground wrapping the trees in full spectrum; and b.) a park above a cliff with a number of benches and trees curved in an arch setting around the cliff; a rainbow crawling from the bottom of the cliff mantling the whole area in its bright red, orange, yellow, green, blue, and purple hues. I find myself running along the coastline to pick up my camera. I then realized that my camera is still charging (yes, really charging that night before I went to sleep.)
My dream continues...I am lying on a mantle of misty grass from an earlier rain before the rainbow appeared. My eyes closed and I see my lips curled up in a smile facing the sky. My body seems breathless but feeling the wet grass beneath me. I'm dreaming. Dreaming seeing myself running to and fro on both sides of the island trying not to miss the beauty that the sunset unselfishly is giving out that day. I got up brushing my hair and dress off from the dew. I am looking around to see that my camera is nowhere beside me, but the rainbow still glowing vividly. I thought, I did not have my camera but everything seem to be just perfect.
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Next: What's in a dream? http://coffeegginmyrice.hubpages.com/hub/identifying-dreams