Do you see dreams? Detailed, lucid dreams?
When we made this line, we thought of our dreams, our aspirations. What better than to make a product inspired from what we do everyday?
A dream is usually a reflection of our subconscious. It shows us what we are thinking about, deep down in a part of the brain that remains active throughout the day; doesn’t react to the situations we face or the things we observe. It merely records everything into our subconscious.
When we sleep, these recordings then manifest themselves into virtual realities. When we dream, we feel like what we are dreaming is actually happening, don’t we?
Our dreams are a manifestation of our thought process.
Within seconds of waking up, we forget most of what we dreamt. Within minutes, the dream is gone. And we get on with our daily lives, as if nothing really happened.
What if these dreams were to manifest into reality? Some of us would be delighted- it wouldn’t hurt to win that lottery we dreamt about, or that car we suddenly felt was so real in our garage! Others would not relish the experience, coz living out a nightmare doesn’t really figure in your ‘ten things to do before I die’ list…
So, lets just hope the good ones come true!
In fact, it would be great if someone would invent a device or a mechanism by which one could make the good dreams come true.
Life would be much easier that way, wouldn’t it?
Some scientists believe that our dreams hold more than just virtual realities. Dr. Brian Weiss has written many books on how our dreams may have a strong connection with our past lives, and that some events of our past are so strongly embedded in us that we remember them subconsciously. He even helps his patients ‘remember’ these events and sort out present life traumas that he feels have their origins in the past lives of these patients.
To help them remember, he uses a technique that many psychologists and magicians have used through the ages. We find this technique mysterious, sometimes intriguing, mostly fascinating. We all secretly hope we mastered this technique to put it to our own, often devious, uses!
And so we decided to help you.