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PostPosted: Mon Aug 06, 2012 1:39 pm 
Those distressing coalescences of the subconscious called bad- dreams may be forever changed into a healthy affirmation by applying three questions to any such “Nightmare” that intrudes upon your DARK and hopefully dreamless sleep (the best kind for rejuvenation of the Dura matter so we can keep-on-keeping-on)… to the degree that you remember it when you wake up, it continues to hover, smog-like, over the waking hours…you are still in the throes of your shadow!.

There is a self-lesson to be learned right here and there,so, grab a pencil, a napkin, a cup of coffee and recollect your emergent inchoate thought-forms. before they deliques back into the plenum. Then,and more importantly, forget it. Bye George!!(My new swearword) Banish it; so easy, so powerful, so simple:

Axe[sic] yourself 3 questions:

1. What was the range (a continuum) and intensity (1-10) of the emotions I experienced in the dream? (Leave symbolism to Jung; just answer the 3 questions, please.)

2. Did I act, or was I acted-upon? (As above, so below= however we are in the dream is how we are in waking life: active or passive, self-actualizing or victim.)


3. Would I change this dream in any way; and, if so, How? (It is your dream, the underbelly of your conscious, lived -life, a movie about “me”, so make up( you made up the rest of the dream) a better ending and forget about it! It won’t come back. It cannot come back. )


I wish I could take credit for this insight, but it comes from a group of California Psychologists, Corrierri (sp?), others too, and the book is called… Dreaming and Waking. Most eye opening. Since you are awake anyway y;~D.


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Arte Chicano de San Vicente @ SC Museum
4th Annual Holiday Market
Cultivating Ease in Uneasy Times
Tai Chi Chuan
Permaculture Silver City - Monthly Meeting
SC Community Theater production - "Don't Drink the Water"
Ecstatic Dance
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Arte Chicano de San Vicente @ SC Museum
SC Community Theater production - "Don't Drink the Water"
20
Hapkido Class
Tai Chi Chuan
New Hope Al-Anon Family Group
Laughter Yoga at 1 p.m. at the Lotus Center
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Arte Chicano de San Vicente @ SC Museum
Silver City Rotary Club Meeting
Hapkido Class
Tai Chi at Lotus Center
Wine & The Word @The Toad Brewery
Four Shillings Short
Our Paws' Cause Thrift Store
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Arte Chicano de San Vicente @ SC Museum
Hapkido Class
Insight Buddhist Meditation
Tai Chi Chuan
Gin Rummy
Wednesday Evening Al-Anon Family Group Meeting
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Arte Chicano de San Vicente @ SC Museum
Our Paws' Cause Thrift Store
Volunteer at The Bike Works 3-7pm
Tai Chi at Lotus Center
Blooming Lotus Meditation
Pet Central Thrift Store
Our Paws' Cause Thrift Store
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Arte Chicano de San Vicente @ SC Museum
Qi Gung for Health at the Lotus Center
Fiber Arts Collective's Holiday Fiber Art Sale
Holiday Fiber Art Sale
Women's Al-Anon Meeting: Women Embracing Recovery
Pet Central Thrift Store
Hapkido Class
Community Bike Ride @ The Bike Works
Our PAws' Cause Thrift Store










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