or as i like to say "how to drain your dragon"
I must have closed my eyes, that’s when the dream came…
Blessings to all those in Hurricane Sandy’s path. I made a gallery of some of the compelling shots I found on Flickr:
[...] A chinese philosopher once had a dream that he was a butterfly. From that day on, he was never quite certain that he was not a butterfly, dreaming that he was a man [...]
– Quote by unknown
Alcantara river [Sicily], Italy (July, 2005)
Dreams and Death: the benefits of dreams before, during and after death is a tool for the person who wishes to benefit from the energy dreams carry in the moments preceding or following a death. Listening to and sharing dreams is a way for us to be there for a loved one, as well as for ourselves. After death, dreams of contact offer the happiness of reunions and sometimes hold privileged information.
Dream incubation: how to program your dream is a tool to help you obtain the maximum benefit from your sleep. You can program your dreams in order to obtain results adapted to your needs. By inducing different dreams, you can find effective ways to take advantage of the multiple benefits of creative sleep.
Working on your dreams can become a very enjoyable experience. Take the dare, have this adventure to verify the benefits of studying your dreams. You can proceed at your own pace, find a better understanding of the self, and discover your infinite potential for growth.
Bob’s dream started with a craving for cheddar and ended badly.
Some men see things as they are and say, "Why?" I dream of things that never were and say, "Why not?"
George Bernard Shaw
Namibia, Day 3
Fab Little Quilt Swap mini complete. Made with all raw edge applique and a tiny bit of stamping…with lots of free motion quilting.
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