21/9/2012



Do you dream? One way to start your day is to start by writing about your dream. Brainstorming and writing everything down you remember from it. Spend a few minutes daydreaming about your dream and what it meant to you. Don’t let yourself immediately get pulled into your daily routine, problems and responsibilities. Take a few quotes minutes and focus on your dream and make notes from it. Write about the environment, a character or what you were doing, or who you were talking to and what the conversation was about. For 15 or 20 minutes every morning, Foboko.com challenges you to write, brainstorm, and think about your dreams.Did you know that James Cameron sited lucid dreaming as bring the muse for Avatar? Salvador Dali used his dreams to create ‘Dream Caused by the Flight of a Bee Around a Pomegranate’ and ‘Second Before Awakening’, Chris Nolan mined his own lucid dreams to conceive ‘Inception’, and Stephen King writes about lucid dreaming in his 1995 novel, ‘Insomnia’. You will be keeping extraordinary company.Foboko.com’s contest ends October 31, 2012.[Photo: Lucid Dreaming by Amelia Fletcher, via Flickr]

Do you dream? One way to start your day is to start by writing about your dream. Brainstorming and writing everything down you remember from it. Spend a few minutes daydreaming about your dream and what it meant to you. Don’t let yourself immediately get pulled into your daily routine, problems and responsibilities. Take a few quotes minutes and focus on your dream and make notes from it. Write about the environment, a character or what you were doing, or who you were talking to and what the conversation was about. For 15 or 20 minutes every morning, Foboko.com challenges you to write, brainstorm, and think about your dreams.

Did you know that James Cameron sited lucid dreaming as bring the muse for Avatar? Salvador Dali used his dreams to create ‘Dream Caused by the Flight of a Bee Around a Pomegranate’ and ‘Second Before Awakening’, Chris Nolan mined his own lucid dreams to conceive ‘Inception’, and Stephen King writes about lucid dreaming in his 1995 novel, ‘Insomnia’. You will be keeping extraordinary company.

Foboko.com’s contest ends October 31, 2012.

[Photo: Lucid Dreaming by Amelia Fletcher, via Flickr]