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Into the Dream

I Lucid Dream, But All I Want to Do Is Wake Up

On dreaming as a thumbprint for life

Photo by Илья Мельниченко on Unsplash

The writer Annie Dillard said that how we spend our lives is how we spend our days. I think the same can be said about dreams.

Our dreaming life — the dilemmas we face, the interactions we find ourselves in — are good indicators of what we struggle with or the challenges we face in waking life.




A resource library for people interested in deep diving into dreams

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Jen Sonstein Maidenberg

Jen Sonstein Maidenberg

Healthfully obsessed with dreams, time, music, memory, & love. 💞 Dreamworker, researcher, writer, mother.

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