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Sleep and Art

11. September 2009

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Artists use dream images to create their own art We all experience strange and vivid dreams, so different from our regular surrounding that we easily memorize them and remember after we wake up. From colorful siteseeings to extraterrestrial creatures, our dreams have no boarders. It is not surprise to many of us to hear music, […]

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Meaning of Dreams

10. September 2009

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Have you been wondering how you can interpret some of your dreams? The dream interpretation table below will decipher the meaning of twelve universal dreams and their opposites meaning. For over 100 years the scientists, mostly psychiatrists, were trying to find correlation between our daily encounters and our dreams during the night sleep. However, the […]

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Dreaming, Daydreaming, Meditating

8. September 2009

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By Juan Semo What is the difference between dreaming, daydreaming, and meditating? In this powerful article, we explore the differences but at the same time, consider the similarities, and discuss how we can use this knowledge to our advantage in our everyday.   The short answer to this question is “NO.” However, some discussion is […]

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Britney Spears: Sweet Dreams

29. July 2009

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Watch Video: ” Everybody” [Sweet Dreams] by Britney Spears   Watch Video:  “Everybody” [Sweet Dreams] Lirics, with Audio by Britney Spears

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Lucid Dreaming Enhansement

25. July 2009

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Please also see the other posts: Lucid Dreaming Part I Lucid Dreaming Part II Lucid Dreaming Part III History of Lucid Dreaming The term “lucid dreaming” was originally suggested by Frederick van Eeden who used the word “lucid” in the sense of mental clarity. Lucidity usually begins in the midst of a dream when the […]

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Lucid Dreaming Part III

18. June 2009

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Reality Testing Reality testing (or reality checking) is a common technique used applied by people to check whether or not they are dreaming. It involves several exercises to make sure that the obtained results differ from those produced by a dreaming person. If you practice these tests during awakening time, you may eventually decide to […]

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Lucid Dreaming Part II

17. June 2009

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Let’s see how many different techniques, which people use trying to achieve a lucid dream stage of sleep: Dream recall.  Dream recall is simply an ability to remember dreams. Dream recall is usually described as the initial step towards lucid dreaming. If you have better recall it increases awareness of dreams in general. With limited […]

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Lucid Dreaming Part I

16. June 2009

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Introduction Lucid dream, also known as conscious dream, is a state of dreaming where the person is aware of the dreaming process. During this dream it is possible to apply conscious control over conscious control the dream characters and environment, as well as perform otherwise physically impossible feats, like flying for example. A lucid dream […]

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