So, how can you stay committed to your projects, goals, and relationships with less struggle?
Modern psychologists have tended to focus only on the personal dimensions of dreaming, which makes good sense in a therapeutic context. But as historians and anthropologists have shown, many people in cultures all around the world have looked to their dreams not only for personal meaning but also for guidance and consolation when their community is facing a time of collective crisis.
Finally, someone gets it right: a television show about dreams that feels genuinely dreamy.
Whether it is letting go of a relationship to make space for a beautiful, fulfilling one to emerge, or digging in to transform the one we have, we are wise if we never give up hope. It's never too late to reach for our dream.
We desperately need to float in the sublime holiness of silence because just below the surface is where all the buried treasure of our lives live, that are waiting for us to gently wake them up, like tender babies, to hold and adore while they remind us of all the magic that can be held in our arms at any given moment.
I'm no astrologist, but in my experience, there must be an alignment of the heavens that causes someone of a certain age to crave '80s rom-com movies....
How many times have you heard this? How many times have you said this? I know I have heard and said this many times. Actually a great number of people feel this way at some point in their professional career. From my personal experience and from the individuals I have spoken to it comes down to two reasons.
By Dr. Angel Morgan via DreamsCloud In recent years, dream sharing has become more frequent and popular online...
"What do you see when you turn out the light? I can't tell you, but I know it's mine." -- Lennon and McCartney What is the last thing you think about...
There's been a lot of talk over the past few days about the 'legacy' of these athletes, of the social progress which comes from events like these and of the lessons they teach us all. It would be nice to think that their legacy is global and profound, that it challenges perspectives, shifts attitudes and redresses relationships.
really do not think I had a bucket list per se, but as the 'kids' grew up and there was more to time to think and wonder, I've allowed myself to dream of places I would like to see and things I still want to do.
I am finally certain beyond a reason of a doubt that there is much more to reality than we have any idea. And I look forward to seeing the developments in this area. This can change your world view, and who knows where that might lead.
I spent all day painting (it was actually priming) my 1,500 square foot apartment. I have souvenir calluses on three fingers on one hand and my hands ...
You go along life either with some sort of intention or simply drifting with the tide. How do you plan for your future? Well, the answer is not just to look at where you want to be, but rather - who do I need to become, to live the life I always wanted. What kind of qualities, emotions and experiences would I like have on my journey?
Is there a major decision you need to make? Are you having a hard time seeing the big picture? Break it down to smaller decisions steps that you can make. Then add all the decisions together and see what bigger picture is represents.
Most of us were taught to shut down our passions when we were young. There are many reasons why. See if you recognize yourself in any of these four rules that I've seen to be key reasons why you might be shut down to living a fulfilled life.