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Dreaming about work / Soñando con el trabajo

June 10, 2014 on 1:32 pm | In History and Beliefs | 152 Comments

Recommended View On Black, large – Recomendado Ver en Fondo Negro, grande

Most recent photos in black – Mis fotos más recientes en negro

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When the day’s work is over, it’s over.
John Turturro

Cuando se terminó el día de trabajo, se terminó.
John Turturro

Please be so very kind to not send me multi-invites squeezed in one comment, many groups starts to dislike them seriously and do not accept them anymore. Please take the time for several comments when giving several invites. Many thanks!!!

Por favor sean amables de no enviar invitaciones múltiples en un ínico comentario, muchos grupos comienza a disgustarse por estos comportamientos y no aceptan más fotos en esas condiciones. Por favor, tómense el tiempo para dar cada invitación en un comentario distinto. Muchas gracias!


June 10, 2014 on 1:32 pm | In Healing Dreams | 247 Comments


Dreaming: An Introduction to the Science of Sleep

June 10, 2014 on 6:32 am | In Dream Types | 2 Comments

What is dreaming? Why are dreams so strange and why are they so hard to remember? In this fascinating book, Harvard researcher Allan Hobson offers an intriguing look at our nightly odyssey through the illusory world of dreams.
Hobson describes how the theory of dreaming has advanced dramatically over the past fifty years, sparked by the use of EEGs in the 1950s and by recent innovations in brain imaging. We have learned for instance that, in dreaming, some areas of the brain are very active–the visual and auditory centers, for instance–while others are completely shut down, including the centers for self-awareness, logic, and memory. Thus we can have visually vivid dreams, but be utterly unaware that the sequence of events or locales may be bizarre and, quite often, impossible. And because the memory center is inactive, we don’t remember the dream at all, unless we wake up while it is in progress. Hobson also shows that modern research has disproved most of Freud’s The Interpretation of Dreams (as one scientist put it, “Freud was 50% right and 100% wrong”), but we have gained new insight into the nature of mental illness. The book also discusses dream disorders (nightmares, night terrors, sleep walking), the possible link between dreaming and the regulation of body temperature, the effects of sleep deprivation, and much more.
With special boxed features that highlight intriguing questions–Do we dream in color? (yes), Do animals dream? (probably), Do men and women dream differently? (no)–Dreaming offers a cutting-edge account of the most mysterious area of our mental life.

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Billabong Juniors Sea Me Dreaming Fleece Top, White Cap, Small

June 10, 2014 on 6:32 am | In Dream Types | No Comments

Loose knit French terry pullover crew with center front screen print

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The Dreaming

June 10, 2014 on 6:31 am | In Dream Types | 2 Comments

Recently orphaned, Joanna Drury, the granddaughter of Outback missionaries, travels to Australia to begin her life anew and to uncover the generations-old curse that has plagued her family. Reprint.

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Through Dreams

June 8, 2014 on 4:32 pm | In Answer Dreams | 12 Comments

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It was not often that a person yet living was allowed to visit the realm of dreams, let alone the source itself. The Tree of Dreams had been created at the beginning to govern the ebb and flow of the dreaming. In its leaves it held all possibilities, all combinations of probable and improbable. The heights of delirium and the depths of despair were intertwined in its branches and scattered into the wind to reach their dreamers. Most importantly, the tree was tied to all sentient beings in all the realms of existence. That was the key to finding his mother. He just had to figure out which dream had been created for her and follow the leaf to find her.

The Three Sages who had helped bring him here had neglected to teach him how to commune with the tree, let alone sift through the billions of dreams without going mad in the process. He walked around the tree for hours looking for a way to unlock its secret but found nothing other than the gentle swaying of its colorless branches upon a ghost wind which never touched his skin. Time had no meaning in this place. Hours became days which turned into years. As the decades wore on, he lost himself in a sea of abstract vastness as he watched the ghost wind carry away the leaves into the aether. For the first time since he started this long journey he began to feel despair.

He had once lived under the light, trusting and believing that faith would guide him through life. That belief had been torn asunder with the violent abduction of his mother and he had since scorned the light and relied only on his strength and will to overcome any obstacle. That was all irrelevant now as he felt the last glimpse of hope leave him. He was void of all emotion as he looked up at what he thought was heaven and pleaded for help as he had often done in his childhood. All at once he felt a surge of warmth that lifted up his spirit and filled him with an acute certainty that he would find his mother, and live in peace once again. He turned to the Tree of Dreams and its leaves now burned red with life as he felt dreams come in and out of being. He recalled a fond memory of his mother and was thus drawn to the singular leaf that was connected to her. He reached out and became one with the leaf as it sailed past time and space to reunite them at long last.


June 8, 2014 on 4:32 pm | In Lucid Dreams | 5 Comments

i had a dream about skiing monkey.

Dream baby dream

June 6, 2014 on 7:33 pm | In Prophetic Dreams | 17 Comments

Reflection of a reflection, S-Bahn Train – Berlin

"Keep the fire burning
Come on baby, dream baby dream
Yeah keep on dreaming
Come on darling, dry your eyes

Come on and dry your eyes
I just wanna see you smile
I wanna see you smile
I just wanna see you smile"

Bruce Springsteen, Dream Baby Dream
(Suicide’s Cover)

Creme Sweet Dreams: Satin & Fleece Pillow Cover

June 6, 2014 on 5:48 pm | In Dream Types | 1 Comment

No more bedtime struggles, kids can’t wait to jump into bed and cuddle up to this dreamy soft pillow cover. A combination of cool satin and warm fleece. An important comfort item when transitioning from crib to bed. Great gift for older siblings. Machine washable, gentle/cool. Made in USA.

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  • Dreamy soft satin and fleece pillow cover.
  • Standard/Queen Size.
  • Physicians and Sleep Therapist referred.
  • One side silkie satin, other side cozy creme fleece.
  • Machine wash. Made in USA.

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dreamworks how to train your dragon

June 4, 2014 on 11:31 pm | In Future Dreams | 1 Comment

or as i like to say "how to drain your dragon"

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