# 27 Make your own dream

(c) Terry Floyd Johnson, 2014


Dreams are wild, wicked, pure, angelic, and anything else you can think of, but we usually are depending on our unconscious/subconscious to build on whatever thought we’re having- whether we’re sleeping or dozing. 

Make you own dreams, does none of that- in make your own dreams you do just that- you set down with pen and paper; you make up your own dreams, by trusting your feelings, and building a set of elements, to use, as the dream elements, you’re building, to help yourself, or you can do this  for others, if they want you to build a dream for them.

An example of this is:

Anne Hathaway




kissing Anne’s hand

in a sci fi environment

dancing in a club

waling in a park

shadows of nude bodies

music playing ” Bolero “

Now, we have ten make a dream elements; we look at them, and see which stand out: 

1. Anne Hathaway ( symbol, not the real woman )

2. theater

3. sci fi environment

4. Bolero

Now, I would start with Anne Hathaway, and go down each element in turn, to see what it says about me, or what I am trying to achieve. 

I go back and look at the remaining elements, but none stand out, so I end the dream analysis, by role playing with background. 

This is one way of making your dream.

Second way, is to simply look around in your environment and pick out ten things that draw your attention, and list them, then look at them for figure or background. 

You might ask- wouldn’t they all be figures, for you chose them out of the environmental objects in the environment your in.

No, for they attract you, but this doesn’t mean they will, when you go to see if the stand out, as figures or not. 

Third way, get a tarot deck, shuffle them, and then spread them out, and pick out ten cards, turn them up, list them, then see which stands ou,t and role play with them, and continue to do this, till none standout, then end by role playing with background. 

Fourth way, close your eyes, turn around, point at something, ten times, then when handed the list, its best to have a lister to write down what you point out. Look at the list; pick out what stands out, and role play with them, then back to the list, to see if anymore stand out, if not, then you end with background, or you continue till none stand out, or you work with all of them, and there is no more, but still use background  as the final symbol interaction, for it stands for you and the environment you’re in. 

May the Microcosmic Force be with You!


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# 26 Daydreams

(c) Terry Floyd Johnson, 2014


We’ve looked at dreams, but what about the daydreams; we have, the half asleep/half awake dreamlike creative experiences we have where we’re in a half sleep state.

Daydreams, can be work related, personal related, sexual, and so on, and all of them can be broke down to the elements, which are either figure ( stand out ) or background ( are in supportive roles ).

You choose- which elements are which, in your day dream, by writing down all of the elements in the daydream, then seeing the figure symbols, working with each of them first, going back to background elements, and seeing if any of the elements are now standing out; if not, then you end the daydream role playing, with background, or you continue till there is no elements left, or none stand out, and you end by role playing with background.

Half asleep/half awake dreams, are mostly, where we try to work things out, that are bugging us, or are creative, to help us come up with a story, artwork idea, and so on.

Quasi Dreams elements are written down, the same as the other dream styles, and either, is role played with, or used to start a new creative work, a new idea of some kind to try out, a new invention to try and build, and so on.

Quasi Dreams are either symbolic or reality based, to help you be creative, inventive or whatever it is you want to be, do, or invent. It is up to you!