Dreams are the symbolic process of your subconscious figuring out how it feels.

Whatever your subconscious mind believes, your conscious mind will accept.

There is a scientific study of dreams, but it is doomed by its shortsightedness. Objective standards destroy the subjective content of dreams. Science and logic aim to understand the meaning and purpose of dreams by focusing on their content.

This application of reason to what is fundamentally unreasonable is like a direct approach to climbing a greased pole. It would be hard enough if the logic of dreams was slippery, but it’s not slippery, it’s nonexistent.

You Have No Business Making Sense of Dreams

Bad Dreams Confuse Us

Intensive and Extensive Definitions of Things

Finding Ways to Think Chaotically

Where Did You Think Your Thoughts Came From?

Resolving Dreams

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