When I first got into dreamworlds I was a little sceptical, but after having seen it for myself, I found it incredibly easy to follow along.
And that’s because it is a series of images of various types of water.
And you can follow the flow of the water as it goes up or down.
But it’s also a series that you can choose to either create a “dream” of a drowning person or not, so that you don’t have to actually drown yourself to get a “real” dream.
It’s a good way to get out of the “silly” and mundane aspects of dreamworld.
And there’s no need to worry about how the dream is going to look like or how it will look if you don: it’s all up to you.
The water flows in and out of your eyes and the way you move your hands can determine how your dream will be made.
Here are some tips for how to get started.
How to Dream a Dream in Imperial Dreams by Masha Ghanim (Dreamworlds.com) How To Create Your Own Imperial Dreams by M. D. Pangarajan (Dreamlands.org) Dreaming About Drowned People and How to Create a Dream article What are the biggest problems you’ve encountered with dreaming?
What are some things you’ve discovered in your dreams that you would like to share with the world?
How did you first become a dreamer?
Which dream have you always wanted to create?
Is there a dream that you’re most excited to share?