1 A man in a room by Rembrandt (1630)
2 Warrior by Conrad Marca-Relli (1956)
3 Studies of Leda and a horse by Leonardo Da Vinci (1504)
Dreams. Just something weird within the human experience? It's not real. Somehow your subconscious picks up on what you're currently going through and then creates some weird order, mixing up different aspects of your daily life. That's it. Now come back to reality and don't live in some fantasy space.
It's not real, so get with the programme!? subconscious picks up on what you're currently going through and then creates some weird order, mixing up different aspects of your daily life. That's it. Now come back to reality and don't live in some fantasy space.
My rational self says the subconscious picks up on what we're currently going through and then creates some weird order, mixing up different aspects of daily life. No more, no magic. Don't live in some fantasy space, people will laugh at you and not take you serious.
Well, I've always been a rebel at heart and I'm not sorry at all. I can't help but see something deeper.
I remember one time, I must have been fourteen years old, when I was still living with my parents. I had fallen asleep around 9 pm, woke up two hours later. Except I wasn't waking up yet I was not laying in bed neither. I remember how I went downstairs screaming, please wake me up. I can't wake up! It was the weirdest experience I had with dreams so far. It was like I took on a different dimensions, my character had appeared in the fluidity in between.
Who says that the hours we work, sit at our desks and eat are not the dream, and while we are asleep that is the other side of it?
I didn't realize that most people don't dream in colors, do you? Apparently, the majority only sees black and white, not sure if that's true or not. You tell me. As long as I can remember though, I have always been a dreamer in colours. Only in the last years, I've come to appreciate the dream world for what it is. It's not that I want to escape reality (ok, maybe partially I do) but cherishing and trying to understand my dreams helps me to get in touch more with my personal subconscious. I'd like to look at the dream world as the ocean and the universe combined. Yes, I do follow the term as above so below and believe our experience in reality, in the day-time is the other side of what's within us.
...to do more with your dreams.
Check if your natal chart emphasizes Pisces energy. If so, then studying dreams helps to find the mind-body-spirit connection within.