|The Art of Dreaming |
All accomplishments begin with an idea, a seed, a
Dreams can be successions of images, ideas, emotions, and sensations that occur involuntarily in the mind during certain stages of sleep. But what about dreaming while awake? Many of us forget that day-dreaming is as healthy (or even healthier) than night dreaming.
It is impossible to empasize strongly enough the power of creative, uninhibited imagination. Every achievement from time immemorial has emerged as the end result of a dream, a vision, or even what may have seemed to be a far-fetched idea.There is no such thing as a small dream. Consider this: had such individuals as Thomas Edison listened to the so-called "rational ecperts" of thier, our world would probably be moving backword instead of forward.
1840 - "Anyone traveling 30 miles per hour would surely suffocate."
1878 - "Electrical lights are not worthy of serious attention."
1901 - "No possible combination van be united into a practical machine by which men can fly."
Open the door to the closet of your mind. Have fun. Let yourself go and dream regularly.