This is my blog of dreams captured and shared by friends and strangers. This blog is created so that we can catalog our nightly and day dreams. Maybe we will find out that we all share a collection of dreams. In Australian Aboriginal mythology, the concept of dreamtime is referring to stories handed down from generation to generation. It is the living story of the past, present and future. We all have stories to tell and share. Dreamtime is directly related to the consciousness and when we sleep/dream, we are directly linked to that pipeline.
The Aborigines called this potency the “Dreaming” of a place, and this Dreaming constitutes the sacredness of the earth. Only in extraordinary states of consciousness can one be aware of, or attuned to, the inner dreaming of the Earth.
“Dreaming” is also often used to refer to an individual’s or group’s set of beliefs or spirituality. For instance, an Indigenous Australian might say that they have Kangaroo Dreaming, or Shark Dreaming, or Honey Ant Dreaming, or any combination of Dreamings pertinent to their “country”. However, many Indigenous Australians also refer to the creation time as “The Dreaming”. The Dreamtime laid down the patterns of life for the Aboriginal people.(http://www.crystalinks.com/dreamtime.html)
So, my friends, are we living in one dream? Are we a nation, a collection of dreams and stories to be shared? Let’s find out.
Life is but a dream, merrily, merrily we roll along.
To participate in the collective dreaming project, find the post category Dreambook located on the far right of the page.
Select the dream that you want to add your dream to.
Add your dream in the comment/reply of that dream category.
The more participants that play, the more we find out that we share in the common experience.