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August 13, 2013 on 4:31 am | In Dream Images, Dream Journals | 9 Comments

The moon reminded me of the opening credits of a Dreamworks’ film.

I missed the composition timing that I was hoping for, but I got a great freeze-frame with the shutter timing. The rocket is under full thrust, yet at full size, you can see dust on the rocket fins.

But, then there was an electronics mishap, and it became a buzz bomb overhead (Next)

Update: I finally got the video online… The sound is the best part… (some adult language during all the excitement)

.:Dream Journal:.

August 3, 2013 on 9:32 pm | In Dream Images, Dream Journals, Processing Dreams | No Comments
Showing off a newly created dream journal page.

Showing off a newly created dream journal page.

Taking a course or workshop on dream journaling is a great way to get started. The encouragement and inspiration of other class members helps you get off to a good start.

It is not necessary to decorate dream journal pages or do artwork, but some people do better with visual communication. And if it is a lot more fun for you, you are more likely to continue journaling regularly. So if you like writing, write. If you like doing art, do that. Whatever encourages you to start dream-journaling and keep doing it.

Snapshot of my Lucid Dream

July 31, 2013 on 4:33 am | In Dream Images, Future Dreams, Lucid Dreams | 4 Comments
Dream image: Snapshot of my Lucid Dream

Dream image: Snapshot of my Lucid Dream

Get Inspiration From a Vision Board

July 31, 2013 on 12:54 am | In Dream Come True, Dream Images, Dream Symbols, Taking Action, Visions | No Comments
Image Labyrinth

Image Labyrinth (Photo credit: coolmonfrere)

With the release of The Secret a couple of years ago, the law of attraction immediately became the new buzz term. The air waves were bombarded with experts on the talk show circuit giving their spin on this new phenomenon.

But the truth of the matter is that the law of attraction has been in existence since the Creation of time. For decades, many of us have been guided by this Spiritual principle as a natural way of living–written declarations, a picture of our dream car, home, svelte physique or a journal of our most heart-felt desires, posted in strategic places at work and home. We understood that what we focus on most we become–whether by imagination or visual image.

Three years ago, when people typically make New Year’s resolutions, I created a vision board of the wonderful things I desire to see more of in my life. I went through dozens of magazines I’d collected and cut out pictures, headings and quotes to create this imagery.

On it is a picture of a resort with a lounge chair on a white sandy beach and blue ocean, performers in their theatrical attire, a circle of hands (relationships), an exercise instructor, beautiful flowers, a grilled salmon meal on fine china, sparkling water, a Cathedral, an aquarium, books, gifts, a huge Cross and on and on it goes, with a large eagle’s eye at the center.

I pasted it all onto an 18″ x 36″ board and hung it on the wall in my office. Everyday that I walk into my office, I have a visualization of moments and things that have brought enjoyment to my life and inspire more for the future.

What do you want to experience more of in your life? I encourage you to create a vision board of what you want to see in more abundance. I don’t mean some magical wish list, but a life you help create with your “silent partner.” You might want to use a certain theme, a cause dear to your heart or overall life enrichment.

If you consider cutting and pasting to be a childish indulgence, then get your children involved! Place your vision board in a location where you will view it on a regular basis. Allow the visualization to be a constant reminder of the possibilities available to you. Let it inspire you on those difficult days and energize you more on your best days.

Take Action Challenge

Set aside a couple of hours this week to go through magazines in your home and office. Collect as many pictures, titles and quotes that appeal to your sense of meaning and fulfillment. Assemble them randomly on the board, with a center piece that conveys a special meaning to you. Have fun with it!

Original Author: Rebecca McClain Full Bio

Rebecca McClain is a life and business development coach. She is the founder and CEO of Life Treasures, LLC. As an entrepreneur, author, speaker and coach she is recognized as an expert in personal and professional success and fulfillment. Visit her website to receive a free audio CD http://www.rebeccamcclain.com

What Do Meeroos Need to Breathe?

July 29, 2013 on 7:35 am | In Active Dreaming, Dream Images, Lucid Dreams | No Comments
Dream image: What do Meeroos Need to Breath?

Dream image: What do Meeroos Need to Breath?

and thanks to blogs like these for bringing wonderful places to my attention:



Lucid Dreaming (Hipstamatic Contest Entry)

July 25, 2013 on 2:33 pm | In Dream Images, Future Dreams | 1 Comment
Lucid Dreaming (Hiptamatix Contest Entry

Lucid Dreaming (Hiptamatix Contest Entry

Off Line

July 25, 2013 on 2:32 pm | In Dream Images, Processing Dreams | 36 Comments
Off Line

Off Line

The tree
Is calling
My dream


Direkt zum Ziel


Homage to David Bowie

My lucid dreams II

July 23, 2013 on 5:33 pm | In Dream Come True, Dream Images, Lucid Dreams | 1 Comment
My Lucid Dreams II

My Lucid Dreams II

Dream Vista

July 20, 2013 on 12:32 pm | In Answer Dreams, Dream Images | 5 Comments
Dream Vista

Dream Vista

Seems ripe for Freudian interpretation…

Dream linocut series

July 20, 2013 on 12:32 am | In Dream Images, Healing Dreams | 1 Comment
Dream linocut series

Dream linocut series

an interpretation of how dreams are received and experienced. meant to be viewed vertically. i don’t necessarily agree with the concept anymore, but it’s still one of my favorite creations.

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