THE END OF TIME: A TEN MINUTE DREAM JOURNAL EXERCISE

THE END OF TIME: A TEN MINUTE DREAM JOURNAL EXERCISE

Look for elements of change in your dream narrative. Is there a transformation? Is there an exchange of energy? Is there a conversion, a removal, a replacement. Is there a change of mind?
How does your dream usher you into the beginning of a new era?

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One Response to “THE END OF TIME: A TEN MINUTE DREAM JOURNAL EXERCISE”

  1. Norbert Sperlich lent me a book about the history of the Jemez Pueblo (Nee Hemish: A History of the Jemez Pueblo, by Joe S. Sando). It includes a comparison chart of cultural values. Regarding time: traditional tribal cultural values with regard to time are that TIME IS ALWAYS WITH US. In contrast, middle class, urban values of today regard time in a quantitative way, ie, USE EVERY MINUTE.

    Great workshop topic!

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