You’ve got to live in the moment… it’s easy advice to give out and to hear, but is it quite so easy to put into practice? Living in the moment and paying attention to what is happening right now around you sounds wonderful, but with so much going on and everyone being so…
What Do You Know About The Fear In Your Dreams and Emotions
Fears in dreams reflect the negative emotions in daily life
but before I speak about that I want to mention Bob Proctor,
who has been teaching his secrets of how to be a winner in life,
leaving fear behind. Millions know him from ‘The Secret‘ or famous talk shows.
What does Bob Proctor teach
Thousands are being mentored by Bob Proctor even at his older age. He is still a ‘success’. He is still teaching the ‘secret’ of how to make your dreams become reality. He is happy. He is doing what he loves. His dream has come true. He has no fears.
The truth is we need the ‘right’ dreams, not bad dreams. But whatever they are they can be interpreted.
Interpreting Your Dreams
Analyzing and interpreting your dreams can do wonders for self-awareness. While there is no foundation to most dream prophecy (as in, if you dream of an old woman, you will meet your first love), there is a SOLID foundation to the symbolism in your dreams and to the emotions experienced in dreams.
For example, if you dream that you are frustrated in some way, you have most likely experienced at least one frustrating situation (or even person!) in your daily life.
I went through a nightmare of a time with a few of my blogs a year or so ago. I’ll spare you the boring tech details. I was fighting in absolutely everything I was trying to do. This nightmare went on for a week before I discovered two simple problems (one of my plugins isn’t getting along with a new one… and I may have to install VPN in order to have smooth use of computer anywhere)
Frustration: In the meantime three of my dreams involved “frustrating” situations. I was crying for mom in one of the dreams, couldn’t see with my glasses in another one. I was facing fear of being alone with my troubles. There are some ancient dream dictionaries that would have told me I was headed for bad luck – and my dreams would have been bad “omens.”
Sadness and grief are other emotions that seemingly love to carry over into a subconscious mind. Many dreams of lost loved ones (particularly if the dreams involve feelings of sadness and grief) are simply sad emotions carrying over into your dreams. Over 50 types of fear lie behind all emotions and it is a fact today.
However, the opposite can also be true. Lost loved ones can often be found in our dreams – alive, happy, and well. These are my favorite dreams! During periods of contentment and happiness… when everything (or most things) seem to be going our way, our dreams will often reflect the pleasantness. We may find ourselves in old familiar, comfortable settings with a beautiful blend of faces from the past and present.
I believe that it’s often during these times that we tend to not remember our dreams as often as other times. They feel so “normal” during our peaceful, uneventful days that they simply don’t stand out..
The next time you remember a particular dream, ask yourself what emotions you felt within the dream. You should be able to draw a parallel line between the dream’s emotions and your “real life” emotions. If these emotions are troubling (worry, grief, regret, resentment…) and rob you of inner peace, do all you can to run through all events the day before.
I know, you have most certainly met few normal people, you may say. But somewhere on the line someone said something, looked at you in some way (it could be anything indeed) and it triggered negative emotions and negative memories. Unsettling thoughts were your last ones before you dropped off to sleep. What followed was bad dreams. Bad dreams cause fear again. Fear of the unknown ‘evil’.
I am not a fan of golf but sometimes I accompany golf player and his partner for a day out.
It is considered the sport of the rich by birth. Well, you know what I mean. Not everyone on th e golf course is a rich guy. Some have become players to sneak in and get few benefits golf offers.
It is believed the historic sport can improve a person’s:
Greater Life Expectancy Recent research has found that regularly playing golf can lead to a greater life expectancy compared to those who are non-golfers of the same age. That’s because the more a person plays golf, the better their overall health will be. In fact, golfers with the lower handicap also enjoyed a better life expectancy. As they are better golfers, it indicates they, in theory, spend more time on a golf course.
Build Strong Social Networks The best business relationships aren’t developed inside a meeting room. They often flourish in more social situations, such as on the golf course. It will allow your associate to spend a little time outside of the workplace, and you’ll have plenty of time to get to know each other on a professional and personal level over 9 or 18 holes
A Better Work – Family Life Balance As you might spend so much time in the workplace, you could find it difficult to achieve a good work-life balance. Golf could reportedly lower a person’s stress and anxiety levels, so it can counteract the stress and strain of your professional life.
So, after a round of 18 holes at a golf club you’ll feel relaxed, re-energized and free from stress.
You’re bound to meet many different people from all walks of life at a golf club, who will be happy to chat with you both on and off the green. Plus, as it is a quiet sport, it provides players with more quality time to talk, laugh and share stories. To the benefits to both your mental and physical health, you can add the improved your social life while advancing in your career.