What Are Your Dreams Made Of?
And Are They Good Or Bad ...
Posted by Maureen Windridge on 30/08/2012
I'm wondering if I should subscribe to lastminute.com. It has been an incredibly busy week for me and I've sent over my blog to the dynamic duo at the very last minute hoping that it'll get included. Anyway; my blog post is about a few things that I did - but not for real - in my dreams recently ...
is dreaming a way of filing the events of your day or are there messages to be discovered?
Some of us remember our dreams and some of us don't. It's the one's that invoke strong emotion and wake us with a start that somehow, almost, become memories. I've had a few amazing dreams recently that I thought I'd like to share with you.
It is a wonder I don't wake up exhausted every morning:
I sailed around Great Britain in a mini cabin cruiser made for one
I did some amazing acrobatics balancing on a beam over a raging ocean
I went to a meeting in open-toe stiletto sandals and short woolly socks. That was embarrassing.
The lions I fought were well and truly defeated
I won a relay race on the beach, just in time, before the tide came in
What do you dream of?
As my dreams are so vivid, I got myself a good book to try to explain them. You may think that it's all a random jumble with my mind just filing the events of the day, but sometimes a more esoteric explanation can be comforting, can't it?
As an example, according to my book of dreams, to dream of a house or building falling down denotes to the businessman or women that they ought to look into their affairs; the balancing of their books has been too long neglected - I like that one because as a bookkeeper it appeals to me on so many levels. Have you dreamed about a crumbling house recently?
If you're in business and it's all turning into a bad dream, then maybe I can help you? At MW Bookkeeping, we balance the books - you build your business. Wouldn't it be a great idea to call me on +44 (0) 1908 692378 or click here to send me an email, then we can all have sweet dreams, can't we?
Until next time ...
I consider myself to be incredibly lucky because I am a bookkeeper. At the age of thirteen I did a three year course in three months and passed with distinction. Many years have gone by since then and I am still fascinated by the process of double entry bookkeeping. A process developed over 500 years ago by a venetian monk called Luca Pacioli.
Many people would like a machine that they could put all their paper work into at one end and it would come out the other end all sorted totalled and balanced. I'm glad it hasn't been invented because it would take all the fun out of my work!