Saturday, December 24, 2005

I'm writing a book. Its only going to be about 200 pages (maybe even shorter). There are just some things i need to put down, step away from and take a look at where I am.
Everyone should write a book.

Thursday, December 22, 2005

Ok. I did say that dreams lie. But sometimes they can also be strong indicators of your current state and highlight the stuff you don't want to see/accept.
Problem with that is you could have a 'meaningful' dream and still refuse to accept the message given! Eventually the power of the dream fades and the message is lost.

Wednesday, December 21, 2005

My fav TV show at the moment is LOST. Especially the David Lynch type episodes. Favourite character is John Locke.
I think we speak the same language (though I'm well aware he's fictitious!). Just in a belief that there is a reason why things happen. Of course I also believe that though some things mean something they very often end up meaning... nothing.

By 'eck that's deep!

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Tuesday, December 20, 2005

So. Symbols are aplenty. But what do they mean?
Dreams: If you can't make a direct link with what you dream and reality (ie. something any of the five senses can atest to). Then dismiss it. I know that's harsh but you're not going to get anywhere unless you apply tough ground rules.

Besides, dreams often tell us what we want to hear.

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Um....

Where to begin? I guess the best place to try to explain my crazy journey is here
(There is a lot of video content and you will need a fast internet connection)
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Ok there's a lot of pages (some hidden) but you'll get the general gist of what my problem is.

A clairvoyant once told me that we all have 'life lessons' to learn, that we did not learn in a past life. And clues are left in THIS life so we can learn those lessons.
eg. learning the lesson of 'compassion' or 'love'.

She said that if we knew beforehand what we are supposed to learn. Then life's lesson would be lost on us.

Which I suppose makes sense.

Except it sounds like the daily routine of a lab rat.

Which is kinda depressing... but there's something else.