PONDER on THIS for Thursday, April 17th, 2014 by J.M. DeBord in DREAMS 1-2-3

“If you do forget a dream, don’t fret: Dreams repeat themselves, displaying the same scenario a thousand different ways if necessary. In my experience, the dreaming mind is eager to get to work whenever I am, but the motor might take a few cranks to get started. If at first you don’t succeed, keep trying.

If you draw a blank when you first wake up, pay close attention to your feelings, which can give clues to what you dreamed. Allow your imagination to fill in gaps; your intuition and feelings know what happened in a dream even if it can’t be recalled. Also, flashes of dream memory can be remembered at any time during the day. A simple act like sitting down to type at your computer or getting your usual cup of coffee in the break room can trigger a new detail of your dream to surface.”

                              J.M. DeBord in “Dreams 1-2-3”

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Bonus PONDER on THIS by Clint G. Bridges in SPIRIT WISDOM FOR DAILY LIVING

“Be kind…not only to others, but also to yourself, for kindness is the beginning of love. First love yourself, and you will have love to give.”

                    Clint Bridges, in “Spirit Wisdom for Daily Living”

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