Sue shares wisdom.
It was one of those conversations where a simple thought ended up taking us a long way. There had been a dream… one of those where it seems more real than reality and a lifetime is lived in the space of a night, and though completely out of context in terms of the waking self, it has its own validity and depth.
In such dreams you have relationships… ones that feel, to the dreamer, to be as full and rounded as in an ordinary day. That’s where the discussion started. How do relationships work in dreams? They are built on memory… How can a dreamer have memories of events neither their dream-self nor their day-self has experienced? And if that is impossible, how can there be relationships of love, friendship, fear? And yet, when we dream, we feel them. An interesting one to ponder…
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I suppose we are generations of experience, if you have any doubts about it, check out a Doctor Weiss, he was a shrink of the traditional sense who changed his stance, when he came across a patient, with all forms of troubles, who had several other life experiences, and was difficult to treat, until he put her under, and found out she was normal, and not crazy as others had thought ,thanks again
Thanks to Sue Vincent, not me 💜
you PASSED IT ON, THANKS
My pleasure 😀💜
Thank you for sharing, Willow xx
My pleasure Sue 💜💜