QUESTIONS & ANSWERS:
|Describe generally what the natural disaster does and how it does it. For example, an earthquake rumbles and shakes everything that was once firm and solid, it tumbles buildings and things we have constructed, it is uncontrollable and unpredictable. Likewise, a tornado might be something that blows everything away, swirling up the most precious of things we have put together and leaving a path of destruction.|
|Describe what else in your life is like this or how and where you might be afraid of this kind of disaster.|
|Pretend for a moment *you* are the tornado, earthquake or tidal wave. How would you act, why might you shake or twirl up some other people or place?|
3. Represent the dream in material form. While it is important to write about the dream and represent it, one may also want to hold the profundity of the dream and express it. Drawing, painting and sculpting may do this for you, or perhaps a collage, a dance or putting up a Web site might better express the dream for you. When we write about our dreams, we are usually trying to understand them. But when we express our dreams, we are trying to stay in touch with the powerful new feelings and intuitions they provide.
Richard Wilkerson is general editor for The Internet Dream E-zine, Electric Dreams, and director of DreamGate, the Internet Communications and Dream Education Center. He writes the Cyberphile column for the Association for the Study of Dreams Newsletter.
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