Dreams as a process that is ongoing throughout our lives. A message from the world to our deepest selves. In dreams, our memories return to us in new and complex forms. The dream is going on while you are too busy thinking, and the dream shapes your thinking in what connections there are in the world around you.
If you keep an attitude of “maybe so” in your day to day life, that by itself will open your thinking to being more in tune with your dream self, and will conversely also make your dreams begin to make more sense as they will have to struggle less with your rigidly trained thinking.
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