Maroussia and Steve made Double Beats Per Minute, a device that only works if its users are willing to break their personal physical boundaries. It helps two people to face each other and sync their heartbeat, a couples therapist’s dream come true!
A photograph of Lee Wen (Sngapore), the performing artist of Lucid Dreams in the Reverie of the Real exhibit at the Singapore Art Museum,
Dreams have only one owner at a time. That’s why dreamers are lonely.
Okay, so I’m speechless.
The interpretation of dreams by dream experts is probably as old as dreaming itself. We know that all humans, and many animals, dream every night, and humans have always been fascinated to learn what causes dreams and what they mean.
The interpretation of dreams dates back at least as far as 3000-4000 B.C. We know that because the interpretations of dreams were recorded in permanent form on clay tablets. It’s thought that many primitive peoples were unable to initially distinguish between the real world and the dream world. For more details visit to www.joint-venture-guide.com
In many cases, they looked upon the dream world as an extension of the physical world around them, and in many cases they saw the dream world as more powerful than the waking one.
Dream interpretation was such an important field to the ancient Greek and Roman world that dream interpreters often accompanied generals and other military leaders into battles. Dreams were taken extremely seriously, and the Greeks and Romans in particular often viewed dreams as messages sent by their gods.
Dreams also had a religious content in ancient Egypt, and priest their doubled as dream interpreters. Dreams were among the items recorded by the ancient Egyptians in the form of hieroglyphics. Those whose dreams were especially vivid or significant were thought to be blessed and were given special status in these ancient societies. Likewise, people who were able to interpret dreams were thought to receive these gifts directly from the gods, and they enjoyed a special status in society as well.
There are over 700 mentions of dreams in the bible, and people in biblical times saw dreams as very significant. Dreams and their interpretations are mentioned in many of the most significant books of the bible and other holy scriptures.
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I had waited till my senior year of college to finish one of my general education courses. Since I did not want to stick around to finish the course, I decided to take the class online. I bought on of the hughesnet packages and I took Intro to Philosophy online over the summer. I was somewhat apprehensive about taking an online course, especially over the summer. I used my satellite internet to get acquainted with the basics of the course, which made me feel a lot better about the course. I specifically liked the fact that the instructor was very good at keeping the lines of communication open. He easily answered every question I had about the course and the requirements. Continue reading Finishing up my Gen. Ed. Classes…
Robert Moss, the dream researcher, teacher and author that I keep talking about, has a radio show on dreams! You can listen over the Internet on the second Tuesday of each month, from 11 am to noon Central Time.
Here is the link: http://www.healthylife.net/RadioShow/archiveWD.htm
There is even an 800 number so that you can call in with questions during the show as he interviews other dreamworkers and dream researchers.
What a blessing for all of us!
Recently I got an email message about a special “Dreaming” issue of a wonderful art zine called Astarte’s Mega-Zine. You may not have heard of it. It’s fairly new and probably not on the newsstands. But the writers include well-known artists and authors such as Lucia Cappaccione.
In looking at past issues I have recognized most of them from their bylines in national magazines. I’ve even taken workshops from some of them.
I’m very excited that this innovative visual and written arts publication is devoting a whole issue to dreaming. If you go to the website and see what the issue includes, I think you will be, too.
Just as studying symbol systems helps your subconscious mind communicate with you, viewing and reading vivid imagery—visual and written—can also enrich your dreams.
Following is the entire message, links and all. I didn’t want to wait till I got my copy of the magazine to tell you about it.
We all need dreaming in our lives.
When I set the theme for issue 5 of Astarte’s Mega-Zine as
“Dreaming”, I never expected the enthusiastic response I got
from the Go-Make-Art Panel of Experts and other contributors.
Wow. Have we ever got some inspiring reading and projects
Also new on our site this month:
- Jacqueline Sullivan audio interview
- Hanna Andersson art in The Spotlight
- New Panel of Experts members: Seena Frost & Clare Goodwin
… and the Dreaming issue, of course.
Check it out:
If you aren’t a subscriber yet, perhaps it is time.
Go-Make-Art. It’s good for you!
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I hope you will take a look at the Astarte’s Mega-Zine website, order the “Dreaming” issue (or subscribe), and share your experiences after reading it and absorbing the imagery.
When the email arrived, announcing this “Dreaming” ezine, I considered it a blessing. I hope you do, too.
Let us know how (or if) it affects your dreams.
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