dreams

A Quote by Ben Okri on ben okri, dreams, enchantment, triumph, and transformation

Only those who truly love and are truly strong can sustain their lives as a dream. You dwell in your own enchantment. Life throws stones at you, but your love and your dream change those stones into the flowers of discovery. Even if you lose, or are defeated by things, your triumph will always be exemplary. And if no one knows it, then there are places that do. People like you enrich the dreams of the world, and it is dreams that create history. People like you are unknowing transformers of things, protected by your own fairy-tale, by love.

Ben Okri

Source: Astonishing the Gods, Pages: 115

Contributed by: J.K.

A Quote by Lance Secretan on life, dreams, bliss, responsibility, soul, ego, essence, and calling

If there is any point at all to life, surely it is to live out our dreams, to serve, to follow our bliss, to release the music within us, play it with joy and to share it with others? Surely we have a responsibility to finally listen to - and honor - the siren calls of our souls, which have been silenced by our egos throughout our lives? How else can we connect with our essence, the source of our calling?

Lance Secretan

Contributed by: jdp

A Quote by Carl Gustav Jung on clarity, dreams, heart, and vision

Your vision will become clear only when you look into your heart...  Who looks outside, dreams. Who looks inside, awakens.

Carl Jung (1875 - 1961)

Contributed by: jdp

A Quote by Carl Gustav Jung on dreams, reflection, and self-examination

Who looks outside, dreams; who looks inside, awakes.

Carl Jung (1875 - 1961)

Contributed by: Soul Friend

A Quote by unknown on regrets, dreams, and opportunity

Between yesterday's regrets and tomorrow's dreams is today's opportunity.

unknown

Contributed by: joabe

A Quote by Paul Wellstone on future, action, dreams, aspirations, change, evolution, progression, and paul wellstone

The future will not belong to those who sit on the sidelines. The future will not belong to the cynics. The future belongs to those who believe in the beauty of their dreams.

Paul Wellstone

Source: Thinkexist.com

Contributed by: Zoe

A Quote by Jimmy Carter on diversity, beauty, mosaic, difference, identity, likeness, yearning, hopes, dreams, and jimmy carter

“We become not a melting pot but a beautiful mosaic. Different people, different beliefs, different yearnings, different hopes, different dreams.”

Jimmy Carter (1924 -)

Source: Thinkexist.com

Contributed by: Zoe

A Quote by Wallace D. Wattles on failure and dreams

When you make a failure, it is because you have not asked for enough, keep on, and a larger thing then you were seeking will certainly come to you. Remember this.

Wallace D. Wattles

Source: The Science of Getting Rich or Financial Success Through Creative Thought, Pages: 94

Contributed by: Brian

A Quote by Carlos Castaneda on dreamers and dreams

"Dreaming is the vehicle that brings dreamers to this world," the emissary said, "and everything sorcerers know about dreaming was taught to them by us. Our world is connected to yours by a door called dreams. We know how to go through that door, but men don't. They have to learn it."

Carlos Castaneda (1931 -)

Source: The Art of Dreaming, Pages: 117

Contributed by: ~C4Chaos

A Quote by Stephen Laberge on dreams, sleep, lucid dreaming, dreaming, laberge, schemas, sensory input, and rem

I suggested that dreams are simulations of the world created by our perceptual systems. The introduction to waking perception that you just read will help you understand this theory.

Consider, first of all, how sleep modifies the process of perception. During REM sleep, as you learned in chapter 2, sensory input from the outside world and body movement are both suppressed, while the entire brain is highly active. The activity of the brain raises certain schemas above their perceptual thresholds. These schemas enter consciousness, causing the dreamer to see, feel, hear, and experience things not present in the external environment.

Ordinarily, if you were to see something that wasn't really there, contradictory sensory input would rapidly correct your mistaken impression. Why doesn't the same thing happen during dreaming? The answer is because there is little or no sensory input available to the brain for correcting such mistakes.

Stephen Laberge

Source: Exploring the World of Lucid Dreaming, Pages: 127

Contributed by: David

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