Beneath the darkness that veils our conscious during periods of sleep, there resides untapped creative potential. As stated by Dr. J. Allan Hobson, when we dream we enter "...our most creative conscious state, one in which the chaotic, spontaneous recombination of cognitive elements produces novel configurations of information: new ideas."
Within this chaotic and spontaneous world of reverie we experience the ultimate freedom of experimentation. Not bound by the natural laws of the waking world, we find ourselves venturing into uncharted territories previously thought to be unobtainable. Still, this limitless well of inspiration remains unpredictable and obscure. The barrier between coma and lucidity can be breached through observation and documentation of nocturnal visions. By recording our dreams, we begin to recognize patterns in our subconscious. Our minds establish relationships between the dreamscape and reality. We breathe tangibility into the ephemeral.
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