The world is wonderful after a night spent in the company of a beautiful dream.
You would never want to wake up.
Something ethereal stays inside you or cloaks you with its shining.
On the contrary, dreaming appears like a complicated enigma when you have a nightmare.
You need to consult your trusted interpreter, and, you know, prophecy is an uncomfortable art.
An art that perhaps is more of a condemnation than a blessing.
THE POWER OF IMAGINATION
The imagination is common to all.
We all use it, often without being aware of it, to forge our lives in every moment, every detail.
Staying tuned to the images that arise in us during sleep and interpreting them is an art handed down and jealously preserved through the centuries.
This is also the secret and the heart of every artistic creation.
So let’s imagine that there is a red thread linking Hamlet and Freud to each other.
In your opinion, which one of the two feared their dreams the most?
Dreams are an integral part of our lifestyle and everyday actions in the waking state, and they affect us much more than we think.
You also must know that dreams never lie.
SOLUTIONS FOR EVERYONE TO EVERY PROBLEM
Another underestimated aspect of our dream activity is dreams’ unerring ability to provide us with the right solution to any problem.
Always and unfailingly.
You just have to ask for it before falling asleep.
So get into the habit of describing the dream you had as soon as you wake up, even with a few words or phrases, and you will be surprised.
Learn your own symbolic alphabet, and, voila, the magic is done.
You will no longer need anything else to take your decisions for the rest of your life.
And you’ll be happy.
The dreaming state and the waking state are parallel realities.
Indeed, among the infinite existing realities, they are the closest to each other if we consider the ease we transit from one to the other.
When we die, the dream is the train that will take us smoothly and safely to the place we have chosen to have new experiences.
Dreams are more than just desires.
Have a good trip, guys.
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