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February 13, 2004


Weird_dreams Learn from the Senoi, the dream-people of Malaysia. Dreams were very important in the life of the Senoi. This people lived in the mountains of Malaysia. They had a society free of crime and mental illness. In the morning the entire family, discussed their dreams…

So here is The Dream Dictionary which helps interpret dreams by providing detailed explanations of various dream subjects. Also, Interpret Your Dreams at “Freaky Dreams”

Attain the dreams of, well, your dreams from the Japanese Company Takara.

Somnumbulators , A waking dream from “Kicking Giants”.

Dream Anatomy about the mysterious, fearful, amazing interior of our bodies that is hidden to us beneath the skin.

Keshar Mahal Garden , the Garden of Dreams in Kathmandu, Nepal.

Antarctica Dream Dollars is now complete.

Why Dreams Are Forgotten After Waking . And a neat idea, Dream Catcher Blog to remember all your dreams.

Perchance to dream - anything you like with the fantasy machine at the Yumemi Kobo Dream Workshop .

Freud-net (From “DreamGate” ). Also there, The Joseph Campbell Foundation ! A portrait of Freud made out of pills .

A list of dreams from “Silver Ladder” .

“The Dream Project” .

Upon seeing Muybridge's Nudes Descending …. The other night, I had a dream of the excluded middle…

“Tall Tells - "Did You Ever Have A Dream Like This?"

Lucid Dreams from Clandestina.

Memories of Dreams . “I made these photographs not to record but to explore...”

Morpheus, the approved fanlisting dedicated to Dream of The Endless.

DreamWorks SKG , the official studio website.

A sweet little Valentine story

After she woke up, a woman told her husband, "I just dreamed that you gave me a pearl necklace for Valentine's day. What do you think it means?"
"You'll know tonight." he said.
That evening, the man came home with a small package and gave it to his wife. Delighted, she opened it - to find a book entitled "The meaning of dreams" ...

(Thank you, Earl S.)

Many More Unusual Nightmares And Dreams Here

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Ask the Dream Doctor -

Posted by: Bob M. at Feb 28, 2004 11:02:11 AM

What does dying in your dreams mean??? I couldn't find anything on the internet. Strange...

I like your blog... lots of info.

Posted by: Stephanie at Jun 9, 2005 10:01:50 AM

what does seeing a rubic cube colors pink and blue on a chair in an empty room mean

Posted by: Laurie Cohen at Nov 6, 2006 10:48:03 AM

I am a dream teacher and shaman. I am like a samoi because dreams are a very very important part of my life. Unlike others I experience rather than read because i prefer to live in reality without duality. I do not do herb or use any substance to enhance and vision, although straight is a much slower and mundane process in visions, entering dreaming straight never allows me to touched phenomena dreaming nor do i touch supersticion like so many indigenous and tribal peoples. I have a clear and discerning practice and understanding because i have put into practice and action all the necessary steps to enter the dream realms from within by healing myself at every level of mind, body, spirit and emotion...

it was then i left the phenomena world of dreaming which 100% of dreaming is based on in about 98% of the earths people. It requires much dedication and rememberance, not memory, memory is of the mind, one must abolish the mind first through traditions like tibetan dreaming and buddhism first and master this, in order to step into the second gate of dreaming. Good luck to all you dreamers.

i know science is now using humans as pigs to alter waves to dream at this level, but without your own hard work on very personal levels of karma and love, it will exist still in the phenomena category and not dreaming with the true existence.


Posted by: mary at Nov 7, 2006 4:36:55 PM

thankx for the resources.
I keep dream diaries and its fascinating to go back and read through them on occasion.

Posted by: Aaron | dream bizarre at Apr 12, 2009 2:49:02 AM