visualization tools for dreamtime adventures

I’m not that good at visualizing.

I practiced constantly but I only managed to master everyday objects. Apples, pens, coffee cups. Not particularly inspiring dream fodder.

No matter how I tried I couldn’t capture anything fantastical that didn’t feel fragile and thin and fleeting. But I knew I must be doing something right, what with the crispness of the dream-apples and the perfect level of sweetness in my dream coffee.

So I found more adventurous objects to fill my everydays, though it required creative shopping.

I found the ship in an antique shop.

I studied the masts and the rigging and the curve of the bow, slowly learning every detail.

Now I can sail the seas in my dreams.


About flax-golden tales. Photo by Carey Farrell. Text by Erin Morgenstern.

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1 Comment

Marcheline · April 27, 2012 at 10:14 am

So often I’ve wished I had the ability to “progam” a dream to have… even if the details weren’t controllable, it would be lovely to go to sleep saying “tonight I will dream about flying” or sailing, or eating ice cream…

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