Here I post this outfit with an asymmetrical skirt! Just a simple one, without any pattern, but it has gold color :D . And I match the skirt with owl accessories like necklace, bracelet and ring. I love owl accessories so much!
Gold asymmetrical skirt
Yongki Komaladi shoes
Owl necklace, bracelet and ring
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Daydream Believer: What Your Daydreams Mean
Dreams, according to their Wikipedia entry, are “successions of images, ideas, emotions and sensations that occur involuntarily in the mind during certain stages of sleep”. They tend to occur during the rapid-eye movement stage of sleep, when the brain is at its most active – a state that resembles that of wakefulness.
The study of dreams is called oneirology. While there is no definitive explanation for the purpose of our dreams, there is a multitude of possible interpretations for the signs and symbols therein.
While many efforts are made to try to understand our dreams, daydreaming on the other hand is slightly disparaged and often disregarded in dream study. Daydreaming conjures up connotations of whimsy and a wandering mind, yet it actually occurs when you are only semi-awake. It involves the involuntary recalling or imagining of experiences and images.
You allow the mind to take a flight of fancy and the actual process takes place in the right side of the brain, which is associated with femininity and creativity. Worrying has even been likened to a form of daydreaming, in that you repeatedly visualise a negative or unwanted outcome to a certain situation. It has been suggested that in so doing you’re actually increasing the likelihood of that outcome occurring.
Whether this is an argument for the power of positive thinking is open to debate. Yet, if daydreaming can have a negative influence then surely it can be used as a tool for positivity too.
In fact, many people, particularly those in fields that require vision and dynamism, such as music and athletics, use daydreaming as a means to ensure personal growth. Managed appropriately, daydreaming can be a puppet for our prosperity. We can envisage where we want to be and what we hope to happen.
Tiger Woods himself has been quoted as crediting the dynamism of daydreaming with improving his golf game. However, passing an exam based on daydreaming alone is probably not plausible. It’s highly unlikely too that repeatedly fantasising that you are the face of Triumph bras will mean you wake up looking like Helena Christensen.
Still, it’s good to aim high. Daydreaming is a healthy way to escape from the pressures of reality. It’s also a positive way of relieving stress and a source of spiritual succour.