What can you do to recall your dreams more often and then interpret them more clearly to avoid confusion.. These tips are very effective according to the experts:
Incubate an Idea - Before going to sleep, consciously about a topic or a person you'd like to dream about. and try to think of a question that's troubling you and see how your dream responds to it.
Keep Track - Next to your be, place a pad and pen or tape recorder or even a laptop to record your dreams as soon as you wake up.
Try to awaken naturally - Wake up naturally without the help the help of an alarm clock or a barking noise or a distructing noise that could disrupt your dream cycle. If your schedule doesn't allow you to sleep in during the week, begn your dream journal on a weekend or during a vacation.
Wake up slowly - For the first moment after you awaken, lie still and keep your eyes closed because your dream may be connected to your body position while you slept. Try to recollect the dream then store it in your memory by giving it a name like "my soulmate", or "A date with my ultimate crush" when you rise immediately, write down as many images, feelings and impressions as you can.
Connect the dots - To better interpret your dreams, try to make connections between your recalled dreams and recent events. Do you recognize people from the present or past? Or can you detect any themes from the dream? Look for pattern over several dreams that might help explain an individual dream.
Change the outcome - If you have any recurring nightmares that make it difficult to sleep, try to change the endings. Once you awaken from a bad dream, visualise a fly. In your dream, you can do what you want.
Be Patient - It may take days or even weeks before you're able to recall your dreams in detail, but the experts advise to keep practising. Dream memories are fragile, and trying to recall all the plot twists and turns on consecutive nights seems to have a cumulative effect.
So, Enjoy your dreams it could make you know or discover the real person in you..
Wednesday, April 30, 2008
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One of the best viewed ever commercial..Metal goes pink! (",)
Tuesday, April 15, 2008
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"Here's the lyrics of the song i love to listen..it makes me feel relax and i just admired the dance steps i've seen on TV with this music..enjoy! hope you'll love it too!"
Thursday, April 10, 2008
Here are the 10 most important reasons why happiness at work is the #1 productivity booster.
1: Happy people work better with others
Happy people are a lot more fun to be around and consequently have better relations at work. This translates into:
- Better teamwork with your colleagues
- Better employee relations if you’re a manager
- More satisfied customers if you’re in a service job
- Improved sales if you’re a sales person
2: Happy people are more creative
If your productivity depends on being able to come up with new ideas, you need to be happy at work.
If people are in a good mood on a given day, they’re more likely to have creative ideas that day, as well as the next day, even if we take into account their mood that next day.
There seems to be a cognitive process that gets set up when people are feeling good that leads to more flexible, fluent, and original thinking, and there’s actually a carryover, an incubation effect, to the next day.
3: Happy people fix problems instead of complaining about them
When you don’t like your job, every molehill looks like a mountain. It becomes difficult to fix any problem without agonizing over it or complaining about it first. When you’re happy at work and you run into a snafu - you just fix it.
4: Happy people have more energy
Happy people have more energy and are therefore more efficient at everything they do.
5: Happy people are more optimistic
Happy people have a more positive, optimistic outlook, and as research shows optimists are way more successful and productive. It’s the old saying “Whether you believe you can or believe you can’t, you’re probably right” all over again.
6: Happy people are way more motivated
Low motivation means low productivity, and the only sustainable, reliable way to be motivated at work is to be happy and like what you do.
7: Happy people get sick less often
Getting sick is a productivity killer and if you don’t like your job you’re more prone to contract a long list of diseases including ulcers, cancer and diabetes. You’re also more prone to workplace stress and burnout.
One study assessed the impact of job strain on the health of 21,290 female nurses in the US and found that the women most at risk of ill health were those who didn’t like their jobs. The impact on their health was a great as that associated with smoking and sedentary lifestyles (source).
8: Happy people learn faster
When you’re happy and relaxed, you’re much more open to learning new things at work and thereby increasing your productivity.
9: Happy people worry less about making mistakes - and consequently make fewer mistakes
When you’re happy at work the occasional mistake doesn’t bother you much. You pick yourself up, learn from it and move on. You also don’t mind admitting to others that you screwed up - you simply take responsibility, apologize and fix it. This relaxed attitude means that less mistakes are made, and that you’re more likely to learn from them.
10: Happy people make better decisions
Unhappy people operate in permanent crisis mode. Their focus narrows, they lose sight of the big picture, their survival instincts kick in and they’re more likely to make short-term, here-and-now choices. Conversely, happy people make better, more informed decisions and are better able to prioritize their work.
The Performance peak..
Think back to a situation where you felt that you were at peak performance. A situation where your output was among the highest and best it’s ever been. I’m willing to bet that you were working at something that made you happy. Something that you loved doing.
There’s a clear link between happiness at work and productivity. This only leaves the question of causation: Does being productive make us happy or does being happy make us productive? The answer is, of course, yes! The link goes both ways.
Wednesday, April 9, 2008
Life is a funny set of challenges, pushing us to grow and discover.
It seems a mysterious playground at times, but at others it seems anything but in a work environment that is filled with pessimism and irritation, and surrounded with negative world news. I find myself living in a world which seems driven by a strange obsession with money as measure success, which does not appear to be as fulfilling as society likes to portray.
Stuck in a mess of conflicting belief systems, it is not always easy to stand up to this confusion, face your fears and forge your own, true path.
But at the end of the road, on your deathbed, don’t you want to at least be able to look back and say you had the guts to give it your best shot?