I am researching sleep this week as part of a project contract. I finished Dr. Rubin Naiman's book Healing Night and it really got me thinking about the hazards of our dream-deprived (REM state) sleep habits. Recent CDC reports indicate that over a third of U.S. adults receive less than the 7 hour minimum recommended by … Continue reading Outsourcing our dream-time?
This weekend I am reading a book that is related to the writing contract I have on the topic of sleep. I am still incredulous that the universe saw fit to send me paid work on a topic that fascinates me. I am embracing it, and really letting myself delve fully into the topic. I … Continue reading Healing Night
Lately I have been getting more regular and deeper sleep. I have made a commitment to allow my subconscious to work on things for me while I am in dreamland. It can be a very incredible thing to write down my dreams, and consider what they are telling me. Since I no longer use an … Continue reading Accessing your dreams
Hi Friends, This morning I awoke after going to bed early and getting a nice, juicy 10 hours of sleep. I had dream fragments on my mind, so wrote them down in my journal before I forgot them. Whenever I sleep more than 8 hours, I seem to dream so vividly. Clearly my subconscious is … Continue reading What are your habits?
Today I will tell my team about my career decision news. My director scheduled a mandatory conference call so I could tell them in my own words what I intend to do, and that I will leave the company in early August. It is interesting that my subconscious was working on this task as I … Continue reading Curtain call
I am really proud to say I delivered on a commitment to myself that I had made back on June 8th, just before my vacation. My deadline to communicate was July 3rd, and I made it happen a day earlier. I took a deep breath, scheduled the conversation yesterday with my boss in the morning … Continue reading Commitment honored