Dreams are a fascinating thing. They are pulled from the creative center of the subconscious mind while you sleep.
While some struggle to remember their dreams, others are able to recall many of the details.
The stories; Frankenstein, Terminator and Twilight came from dreams.
Much of Edgar Allen Poe’s poetry was inspired by his dreams.
Paul McCartney created the melody for the hit song Yesterday in a dream and Albert Einstein credited many of his ideas to his dreams.
As you can see, dreams can have a profound impact on your life and the world.
Since ancient Greece, dreams have been associated with health and healing. It’s said they allow you to subconsciously work through different choices you need to make.
Dreams allow you to test drive different options and work through the outcomes prior to making a final decision.
Generally speaking, dreams reside in one’s short-term memory so they only stay with a person a few hours to a few days at most.
However, if you document these dreams, they will transfer to your long-term memory and stay with you forever.
If you turn to self-help books to aid in processing your dreams into reality you find that most will tell in one way or another you will need to learn to set goals, create new habits and make a written record of what you are doing.
This course teaches you how to do these most important steps.
“If you can dream it, you can do it.” – Walt Disney. So, Basically all you need are some dreams to now work on to turn them into reality