What do These Daydreams Represent?
Topic: How to write a good message in a bottle
July 23, 2019 / By Katelin Question:
I've had about like two boyfriends and honestly, I could never picture myself with them in the future. I would say that I have, but I never saw it. In like summer, I kept having like wild daydreams, which wasn't much of a surprise to me, but like the daydreams I was having were WAAAAY more serious and realistic than the others. For example, I would have daydreams about how my relationship would start with him: How I would ask and how he would ask. Sometimes, I even thought about like wedding pictures; maybe that was due to the fact that I was around a wedding for the entire summer. However, I thought that I could get rid of it if I went to school and saw his face again. Unfortunately, he moved away and my daydreams increased. They started getting out of hand, like I was basicaly writing my own movie with these daydreams! Now, he's back, but my daydreams are still the same. Sometimes I would even imagine what would happen if we were both in the same class. D;
Example of a my Daydreams:
- We went to the beach together and he threw something near the shore. I spotted a note in a bottle (which is what he threw) and read it aloud. It said, "Spoiledskies, would you be my girlfriend -Hisname" <-- Something like that.
What the hell do these daydreams meaaaan? DDD;
Best Answers: What do These Daydreams Represent?
Hebe | 10 days ago
These are wishes. The desire to be loved, the need to have it affirmed by others that we are worthy of love, that we are "good", that we have value. The strength of this need results in the strength of these daydreams. We all have these needs, but as we mature and grow, we learn to love ourselves, and the need to have others confirm it is not as important. Your daydreams are the way that your unconscious points out to you the need to develop your own sense of self-worth and self-esteem. It is important to listen to this message.
This is not to say that as we mature, we no longer need love. The need for love remains, but there is a shift in how we love ... rather than needing to be love and affirmed by others, we increasingly come to see that the value in love is in loving others, in doing for them, in giving love. We come to need the expansiveness in our heart that we get when we make others (even strangers) smile.
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Originally Answered: What does "Om/Aum" represent?
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Devanāgari Aum or OmOm or Aum (also Auṃ, written in Devanāgari as ॐ and as ओम्, in Sanskrit known as praṇava प्रणव [lit. "to sound out loudly"], Omkara, or Auṃkāra (also as Aumkāra) ओंकार (lit. "Auṃ form/syllable"), is a sacred/mystical syllable in the Dharmic or Indian religions, i.e. Hinduism, Jainism, and Buddhism.
Aum is pronounced as a long or over-long nasalized close-mid back rounded vowel, [õːː]), though there are other enunciations adhered to in received traditions. It is placed at the beginning of most Hindu texts as a sacred incantation to be intoned at the beginning and end of a reading of the Vedas or prior to any prayer or mantra. The Māndukya Upanishad is entirely devoted to the explanation of the syllable. The syllable consists of three phonemes, a Vaishvanara, u Hiranyagarbha and m Iswara, which symbolize the beginning, duration, and dissolution of the universe and the associated gods Brahma, Vishnu, and Shiva, respectively.
The name Omkara is taken as a name of God in the Hindu revivalist Arya Samaj.
Originally Answered: What does "Om/Aum" represent?
Aum is not from any language... not even from sanskrit..
Aum is the vibrational sound of the cosmic machine of creation and destruction
Aum is the name of God in its unmanifested form
Aum comprises of all the manifested and unmanifested worlds.
Aum means nothing... and it also means everything
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Aum is the most mysterious word in the Universe.: AUM is thought to be the Eternal Sound. IT IS THE SOUND of GOD THAT GIVES CONSCIOUSNESS TO THE MOTHER NATURE TO START ACTING.
Aum has three sounds A...U....M. " A " signifies the beginning of the universe. U signifies the life period of universe and M signifies the destruction of the Universe. Hence Om is the only word which notifies the three main work of God that is creation, operation and destruction of srishti (Universe). This represents the three first forms of God viz. are Brahmaa (creator), Vishnu (operator) and the destructor (The Shiva).
Most of the mantra in Hinduism start with the word AUM, because AUM is the consciousness and the other words in a mantra are Nature or Prakriti. AUM in itself is a complete Mantra and its chanting is sacred and brings enlightenment. It is truely called MAHA MANTRA.
It does not belong to any language...it is primodal vibration of the consciousness which created the universe
AUM has four steps A...U....M and the last one silent
A = Physical plane , wake-state of mind, Beginning,Brahmaa,
U = Astral Plane, dream state of mind, Manifestation,Vishnu,
M = Causal Plane, dream-less state , Destruction,Rudra,
Fourth unspoken sound = Turiya, beyond universe, Enlightened state
AUM is a great mantra. It is a Sagun Mantra, Nirgun Mantra and Beeja Mantra alll in One
Recitation of Aum brings peace and happiness, and finally Enlightenment
It sounds as if there are two things going on in your daydreams: entertainment and thought experiments. It can be pleasant and entertaining to imagine possible or alternate scenarios for your life. It's like watching television, only you're both the writers/actors AND the audience. Daydreams can also be thought experiments. Feelings, beliefs and wishes can be explored in ways that aren't appropriate, convenient or practical in real life.
However, your daydreams might not mean that much. Brains are like perpetual motion machines, generating thoughts constantly; sometimes random and sometimes thematic, but usually inconsequential. Don't take your thoughts too seriously.
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simple to me. you have strong feelings for him, i cant tell you how to solve this because ive thought about one girl everyday for a year and have gotten no where with her
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Originally Answered: What does "Cross you heart" represent?
To cross your heart means the same as swearing an oath on the Bible to tell the truth in a court of law.
If you cross your heart you are telling the absolute truth.