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Dream blog – please help us to complete today’s blog

Hi Dreamers.

This blog is a short one as WiFi is free here at the very charming Knockninny Country House and Marina, but plugins to the grid are very costly. Ideally we need 4 plugs for a couple of hours to recharge equipment, which works out £20 plus our drinks so I’m going to need your support to complete this blog.

To help us discover what dreaming IS, how it manifests, please use the comments facility on this blog. We welcome your contributions to our list of kinds of dreaming….

How do we dream? ie. Daydreaming, planning, drawing

What phrases do we associate with dreaming? ie. “in your dreams” or “away with the fairies”

Many thanks in advance!

Anna and Claire xx

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5 Comments Post a comment
  1. What a beautiful tree for napping and dreaming. 🙂

    July 8, 2011
    • thanks for enjoying our blog Mandy. Yeah, this characterful oak is at Crom Estate over the water near the Church at Derryvore. Do visit it if you get the opportunity. Best way to visit is by rowing boat from the jetty.

      July 28, 2011
  2. louise Hardman #

    dream weaving – dream weaver – dream spinner – all aspects of the creative process and how to evolve ideas – dreaming is to do with the imagination taking flights of fancy, whether ridiculous or possible – into the blue beyond – ethereal thoughts that float about and can sometimes be captured on paper or seen in moving water and clouds….;-]

    July 8, 2011
  3. erin #

    How do we dream? Maybe my dreams are tied to the nature of night and day in the same way that our bodies are tied to the moon and the tides. I dream when I sleep at night and thoughts and images full of darkness creep in. But when I awake to the sun my mind and body are only full of light.

    July 24, 2011
  4. we had sunny dream snippets during our daytime dreaming. Just need to be really tired.

    July 28, 2011

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