Some dreams that can become true

Hello Reader,

How does it feel when you wake up in the morning after having a dream showing your best friend dying and you had the chance to sit with him/her and say goodbye before he/she part you the next day?

I know it is a sad feeling, how you cannot afford loosing such dear person to you….you may forcefully wake yourself up from the dream…Alternatively, you may allow your being to express the sad emotions and let tears flow from your eyes and start the process of self healing and release.

But why are we really that sad?

Perhaps because we are loosing something? Continue reading


Peace, Peace, Peace…everybody talks about peace….This is not yet another thought to talk about “peace” as you’ve read about it in the news, or heard it from an idealist or a politician.
This thought is to share with you a moment of experienced peace, a moment where I got to realize how peace can exist and be found.

Lately, I’ve been greatful and appreciate my meetings with people from all sort of backgrounds. Be that a garbage collector, the concierge, the taxi driver, the small child of your neighbor, or even a person that you’ve known for years but see him/her in a different way.

I came to understand that peace with others can be perceived only when peace with yourself is achieved. The reason I say perceived and not created is simply because peace is already there, but you can’t see it when you are not in peace.

If you are angry, you tend to see people as your enemies. If you are greedy and selfish, you get to see people as those who want to rob you and abuse you. If you are sad, you get to see people as those who want to nag you and bother you. But if you are in peace with yourself, you will get to see everyone peaceful only because you have this perception in your heart.

What has changed? Nothing has changed, the angry person is still angry, the selfish person you meet, is still selfish, what changed is YOU.

A call for peace is something you achieve within, and then the world will change.

You’re not asked to become a saint, to take a slap on both your cheeks, you are simply asked to accept people as they are without any mask of preconception and only then you get to see past the mask that all people are wearing.

Peace upon you dear reader.

On being oneself


Moments of solitude make you reflect, gives you a time, a certain mental pause to look around and see.

I came to realize how hard it is to be oneself, to be your true self.

You may think are your acting on your own, but have you really look inside to see if you are trying to be like someone else, trying to please others, trying to impress someone?

Have you ever evaluated the amount of hidden stress you put inside every time you’re not really being yourself?

I don’t have much to offer now, because I am not myself neither, so much work need to be done to remove all the peels and get to the core of myself.


It works mostly.However, sometimes I remember dreams and discard them and not give them some attention, and guess what happens?

I start not to recall my dreams and have the impression that I did not dream. It can happen for weeks that no more dreams for me! 🙂

Dreams offer insight into your subconscious mind, help you resolve conscious matters and things that bother you. Dreams also allow to see your loved ones, dead or alive, sometimes dreams can remind you of old friends.

I remember also recurrent dreams that kept on telling me about unresolved issues with friends and these dreams will keep on repeating until I recontact the person and re conciliate him/her.

Also dreams can make your dreams come true in the dream and experience what you don’t have. This have an effect of giving you more hope and patience to actually work harder towards your goal or to ease your waiting time. And paradoxically, dreams can change your mind as well regarding certain things, for the best of course.

And finally dreams can heal you emotionally, especially if you receive or send love in your dream.

Some tips to reengaging/re remembering your dreams:

– Be serious about them: there are no silly or interesting dreams. Remember they are part of you. Try to see what your being is telling you
– Try to record dreams, either a journal next to your bed or a sound recorder. I use the latter, it is more practical
– Before you go to sleep, tell yourself what you want to dream, or if you have nothing specific, just tell yourself that you want an insightful dream and you will be grateful if you just have any dream
– If possible try to act according to your dream: whether it told you to make peace with someone, apologize or contact someone.

And now, what do you think of dreams?