I love how Warner Bros. interprets the slowly maturing themes of Harry Potter by using the changes in horizon as the the day changes to night.
You are dreaming and see a dark,
It approaches, you feel anxious,
you start to panic.
Do you turn and run or do you
stand your ground?
Dream researchers contend that if we tend to flee from perceived danger in our dreams, we are likely to do so during our waking hours as well.
They also contend that if we confront the monsters in our dreams, we can transform them, tame them, and even learn from them.
Psychotherapists have trained nightmare sufferers to confront the demons that haunt their dreams.
They report that patients who acquire this skill have freed themselves of nightmares, and have shown greater ability to confront everyday, monster-like threats and problems.
For more on this form treatment, check out Gayle Delaney’s Living Your Dreams.
Dr. Delaney, for example, suggests that when confronting of the nightmarish elements of our dreams, we pose questions such as,
Why are you chasing me?
What do you want?
Why are you in my dream?
She claims that the very act of questioning empowers us, transforms the situation and reduces our fear.
And any answers to the questions we ask would go a long way toward identifying the issues that give rise to our nightmares, making it possible for us to confront and transform the everyday monsters we flee.
I was surfing the net for cool sushi and kimbap recipes when I stumbled on to these works of art.. hahaha… Who ever said “do not play with your food.” never expected something like these. XD
If you have been in Hong Kong or San Francisco once, then you might have seen their own tranvias still running, enduring the test of time. Manila had a working and efficient tranvia system, I daresay more extensive than the current LRT-MRT system we have today. The war and the emergence of the…