Wednesday, July 9, 2014

Dream by Day

Those who dream by day are cognizant of many things which escape those who dream only by night.
~ Edgar Allan Poe

Dreaming by day gives an advantage to the dreamer. Light creates a different visibility and with that comes a different awareness. When I dream by day, by choice, I engage more directly in the process. There remains choice.

Dreaming by day is not daydreaming. It's giving space to the creative voice within, allowing for growth and new vision. It's opening to another level of awareness and letting it flow through, to be seen, known, embraced.

One reason things escape those dreaming by night is choosing unawareness, letting the newly awakened thoughts take over so the dream escapes consciousness. It takes practice to silence the mind's chatter enough to recall the dream. When that happens, both day and night dreaming become equal in imagination and thought. That's a good place to be.

Do you recall your night dreams? Do you allow time for your daytime dreaming? How does dreaming differ? Which do you prefer?

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