The truth is that life is nothing but a series of little moments that we all have to live through. It’s true that the things that happen in our lives have to happen to us, but the very fact that we are here as a reflection of something larger than ourselves, means that we are a part of something bigger than ourselves.
That bigger something is our dreams. If we take our dreams seriously, we can make our own reality, even if we’re still in the same room and the same position as yesterday. We can take our dreams seriously because they’re the stuff that we’re made of, and because they’re something that we choose to focus on in our waking lives.
The very things that make us who we are is, in a way, the very things that make our dreams. If you take your dreams seriously, then you can make your dreams our reality.
The dream rule number 34, or dream rule 34, is a guideline for how to behave during your dream, and I’ve heard many people use it as a reference for dreaming about one of their dreams. For instance, if you dream of your mother, you’re probably going to feel angry and frustrated about it, or you may even think that your mother is trying to kill you, even though she’s out of the room in your dream.
This rule pretty much applies to almost any dream, and it can also apply to the dream of your worst enemy, the person who has a better chance of waking you up. If you dream about your worst enemy, you may feel helplessly afraid of him, or even you may think that he is trying to kill you.
So how does this rule apply? Well, think about it. If you dream about your worst enemy and feel helplessly afraid of him, then he most likely is going to try and kill you. It’s also possible that you are going to think your best friend, or a family member, is trying to kill you. You are probably going to feel angry and frustrated by the dream, and you may even think that your mother is trying to kill you.
In this case you are most likely going to wake up feeling anxious and frustrated. You probably won’t think your mother is trying to kill you. But you probably will have a good idea that your mother is angry and frustrated and worried about you. She may even get into bed with you and start a fight just to make sure you know she is angry and frustrated and worried. Then again, this seems to be a very common thing in dreams.
It’s like you’ve been dreaming for years and years and years, and she just keeps getting angrier and angrier and angrier. Like, I don’t know, maybe she’s just trying to kill you. Maybe she really does think your mother is trying to kill you.
In a way, this is a great example of how we learn to protect ourselves from our own thoughts. In our own minds, we learn to be kind of a monster. When we actually feel like killing something, the last thing we want to do is go through with the thought that we should kill it. So when we think that this is our mother, we’ll go along with it, because she is a monster.
I feel like this is a perfect example of the problem when we try to protect ourselves from our own thoughts. We think we should do something, but we don’t. And it ends up sounding like a lot of self-harm and/or self-punishment when we decide to do the thing we really want to do, but don’t.