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June 17, 2014 on 11:34 pm | In Dream Research | 24 Comments

When I ‘popped’ Jocko he had that familiar reaction…

That ‘what did you just do to me’ reaction.

He was painting someone’s face as I was walking by and I got right in there for that split second and I popped off one frame.

I had my sweetheart 35mm 1.8 up front on the old Nikon and I was about a foot away from Jocko when I took this shot.

Kinda took him by surprise I guess.

But that’s what I do.

Because that’s where the magic happens.

For a moment I thought I was about to get my ass kicked by a clown.

THAT would be an awesome street shot wouldn’t it?

A photographer getting his ass kicked by a clown?

A guy could pay for some nice new glass with the revenue from that shot.

I don’t know where I’d go first if a clown kicked my ass… the emergency room or the therapist.

Fortunately Jocko, a consumate entertainment professional came back with a humorous and witty retort and everything was cool.

No harm, no foul.

Taking the shot helped me in a small way to deal with my fear of clowns.

Still, that night, I dreamed of a tiny car pulling up in front of my house and fifteen angry clowns jumping out of it…

Faces on the street
35mm 1.8 SOOC

Warning Dreams

April 24, 2014 on 8:56 pm | In Dream Come True, Dream Research, Message Dreams, Prophetic Dreams, Taking Action | No Comments

The subconscious mind is very observant. It knows far more about our bodies, minds, and lives than our conscious mind does.

Researchers have found that by hooking people up to electroencephalograph machines, for example, they can tell when someone realizes or recognizes a target object, such as a landmark on a map as viewed from a plane in real life, long before the subject signals (by pressing a button) that they have consciously recognized it.

Dreams are the nature’s way of communicating subconscious knowledge to our conscious minds—or trying to. You see, the subconscious mind communicates in pictures, metaphors, and symbols. It rarely deals in names or numbers.

That makes it easy to avoid unpleasant realizations if we choose to ignore them: the cheating partner, the serious health problem, the impending job loss. We do know, but we refuse to accept or acknowledge an unpleasant situation, because then we would have to do something about it.

Most of us never dream that we will be arrested and spend time in jail. It is unthinkable to the average middle class person. Yet it happens every day to someone.

On some level we may know that we drive when we’ve drunk a little too much, that we keep forgetting to pay those traffic tickets, or that we are doing business with someone a little shady. Until the police show up at our door or we are stopped for a traffic violation and suddenly we need help.

Our subconscious mind shows us information in dreams in hopes that we will take action to prevent disaster. Ideally we would stop drinking or take a cab home, drive more carefully and pay outstanding tickets, stop associating with people we have serious doubts about. But often we don’t.

Another way to act on your dreams to prevent disaster is to find a good attorney and carry his or her card at all times, program the number into our phones, etc. For example, in Ohio, you might need to know a good Cincinnati Attorney. It always pays to be prepared.

Even if you are only visiting the city on a business trip, you could suddenly need to a good Cincinnati Criminal Lawyer. The time to pick on out and make the connection is before a crisis occurs. 

A fun gathering with new associates or even a staid business dinner could result in someone in your group suddenly needing a Cincinnati OVI Attorney to keep from being charged with driving while intoxicated. Your being prepared could save the day.

Really all of us should find a lawyer we have confidence in and keep their contact info with us at all times. If nothing else, it may come in useful for someone else who is not so prepared as we are.

So if you have had dream of police, a courtroom, accidents, a lawyer, a jail or a judge, take action. Ask around for the name of a good criminal attorney and do a little research, so you can be the one to save the day.

Because some dreams are really our own minds warning us about things that on some level we already know.

Dirt of Dreams

April 10, 2014 on 3:33 am | In Dream Research | 3 Comments

Macro Mondays Theme "Beach, Sand, Dirt" May 12th 2008

Dirt around the Ghost Player Bobblehead was taken from Home Plate at the Field of Dreams.

Sometimes a cigar is just a cigar.

March 13, 2014 on 4:37 am | In Dream Research | 4 Comments

The Interpretation of Dreams, Sigmund Freud.

dream catcher

February 2, 2014 on 6:32 am | In Dream Research | 2 Comments

have a nice dream!

The Shape of Things to Come

December 22, 2013 on 11:35 pm | In Dream Research, Dream Types, Dreamers | 1 Comment

First published by Random House Australia, The Shape of Things to Come is the extraordinary story of a scientist’s quest to understand her ability to see future events in her dreams. Drawing on current breakthroughs in modern science, this fascinating exploration of precognition is guaranteed to change your perceptions of reality and persuade you that not only is it possible to predict the future, but it’s possible to change it too.

Jane Teresa Anderson’s ground-breaking research provides a scientific explanation for precognition – the knowledge of future events. To do this she takes the reader on a truly compelling tour through telepathy, clairvoyancy, hypnosis, synchronicity and quantum physics.

You will meet some of the fifty precognitive dreamers and visionaries she interviewed along the way, and discover that their extraordinary experiences cannot be dismissed as random events or chance. Four esteemed professional clairvoyants tell of their own experiences, hopes, fears and philosophies while Jane acts the detective and weighs up the body of evidence. On her incredible journey Jane also raises vital questions about predetermination, free will and the nature of god.

Reality, as you think you know it, will never be the same again.

Continue reading The Shape of Things to Come…

.:Dream Journal:.

November 12, 2013 on 3:38 pm | In Dream Research | No Comments

Central Fountain at DreamWorks

August 30, 2013 on 8:37 am | In Dream Research | 1 Comment

At DreamWorks, all roads lead to this fountain.

dreams and wishes. 62/365

July 7, 2013 on 4:33 pm | In Dream Books, Dream Research | No Comments
Dreams and Wishes

Dreams and Wishes

“All our dreams can come true, if we have the courage to pursue them.”
- Walt Disney

Well I leave tomorrow for Mexico to work on my first photography job. I guess dreams do come true! I’m so nervous! I want to deliver the best photos ever… I hope I don’t disappoint!

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