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Staying on Top When Your World's Upside Down


Interpret dreams to your benefit

Tác giả: Joe Tye

“We have all said, ‘I had an extraordinary dream,’ when perhaps we should have said, ‘an extraordinary dram visited me.’ Extraordinary because of the comfort and wisdom dreams can bring us.”
Nancy Willard: Telling Time: Angels, Ancestors and Stories – Essays on Writing

I believe that there are certain very special dreams that are messages from your soul, and perhaps from beyond, that you should pay very special attention to because they are intended to shape your thinking and guide your actions. I think of these as keystone dreams. When you have such a dream, it’s really up to you to decide whether the dream has a deeper meaning and what that meaning is – and what you are going to do about it. As with lucid dreaming you should take great liberties with interpreting keystone dreams to your benefit.

After I’d left the field of hospital administration and was struggling to find a new path I had a dream where I showed up at the ticket booth of a theater. Reaching into my pocket I pulled out a ticket to get into the show but to my horror the ticket was blank – it had no printing on it whatsoever. Shaking her head, the woman at the ticket booth told me that my ticket was not valid for that show. “Well, what show is it good for?” I asked. She shrugged and replied “I don’t know, sweetie. You have to write your own ticket.”

The next morning I found a picture of a blank ticket and posted it on my wall as a reminder that I could indeed write my own ticket. Assuming, of course, that I was willing to do the necessary work and pay the necessary price.

If you can dream it you can do itHearing that the ambitious young manWent to bed with a smile on his face         One big sleep away from success

- McZen ( )

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