Everyone, has daydreams on a regular basis. Daydreams can get us into trouble, but they can also prove to be the source of our personal fulfillment.
So, let's take a good look at Why and How We Daydream. And more, why we often get away with daydreaming before we get into real trouble. Now, there is a difference between Daydreaming vs. Mindfulness. It may seem paradoxical, but the truth is we need both, and both can work together. We'll find out how.
But negative Daydreams, or Daymares can often be troublesome. So we'll look at Dealing with Worry-Based Fantasies and Daydreams
Some Daymares can can provide relief and release. Those are known as Cathartic and Do-Over Daydreams
When people say they "dream" of being president or a billionaire or an artist or whatever it is they fantasize about--they are daydreaming those goals, literally envisioning them in their mind's eye. We'll look at Daydreams as a Source of Innovation & Motivation
But, what if Your Daydreams are Stuck in a Rut? I have seven suggestions for rebooting your daydreams.
And finally, Is your child a daydreamer? Dont let them label it A.D.D. right off the bat!
Be well. Do good. Enjoy the show!
Some of the music you'll hear on this weeks show include Magicfolk: "Little Spirit"; Kate Bush: "The Man with the Child In His Eyes"; Telling Point: "Disillusioned"; Crowded House: "Don't Dream It's Over"; Depeche Mode: "Dreaming of Me" and more.
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