One response to “How to Make Your Dreams Work For You

  1. When we make it a point to remember our dreams, we tend to do just that . . . even if what we dreamed is not immediately useful to us during the daylight hours.

    I had an amazing dream the other night . . . a purely linear dream in real time. Rather than feeling like Alice wandering around Wonderland, I felt like an actor on the stage . . . moving the plot forward in a sensical pattern from point A to point B.

    It’s “reality” seems “odd.” 😉

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