by Chris McCleary
Yesterday’s linguistic report set the tone for a promising new way to working with dreams. The linguistic indicators seemed to translate last week’s dream content into a valid and extraordinary explanation of our physical and non-physical environments that we are now muddling through collectively.
What’s even more extraordinary, at least to me, is that I used only a single, archaic means of analyzing the words, but the results were very profound. In dreamwork, there are so many ways of analyzing and interpreting dreams, that it boggles the mind. However, our successful report only used one of those methods. What this signals to me is that we are on the right track, and that by expanding the process to include more methods, the fullness and clarity should also dramatically improve.
So with that, I’d like to describe where we’re going with respect to collective dream analysis and what everyone can expect going forward.
First, you can expect free reports and predictions well into the foreseeable future. How often will these reports be?
I don’t know yet, because right now our DreamBase is growing. Certainly, if we hit dry spells or longer periods without dreams, then no report will be needed. However, if we see a sudden onslaught of dreams in one or two days, perhaps I’ll consider doing a separate investigation of just those dreams.
Over on the right of your screen, you should see a new link called “Reports and Predictions.” I’ll post our routine and special reports there (initially sending them to the main blog here). The purpose of that page is to provide quick access to these “more important posts.” The way this blog template is set up, it is somewhat difficult to find older posts, so my workaround is that page with a running list of reports.
What you can expect from a report
First and foremost, we want an overall flavor for what our dreams are saying. Of course, our staff members who look at these dreams will be inundated with our own biases and projections, but we’ll attempt to be open and transparent with that.
We’ll be working from big to small. The actual title of the dream is one of the most important factors. If needed, we’ll attach new titles to better describe the overall tone. Also important are emotions and inner feeling states of the dreamer. Many people leave this info out of their dream accounts, but it is vital that emotions and feelings are documented.
Of course, we have the linguistic profile of all the collective dreams together, and this process will undoubtedly evolve over time.
Lastly, in my experience, many parts of precognitive dreams happen very closely to waking reality. Therefore, we’ll consider certain dream events as pure, unadulterated precognitive events and perhaps even establish probability matrices for certain direct events. However, most of the time, precognition plays out metaphorically, so we’ll look at names, numbers, and objects trolling around for applicable metaphors. We’ll introduce that into the probability matrix.
All this will likely evolve as we conduct this iterative approach to dreamwork. We’ll be looking backward on our predictions to see how we could have made it better in the future. A lot of this is sounds artsy, but believe me there’s a science to it also.
Regular dreams vs Project August dreams
Anytime we place a pre-dream intention (or what’s called “incubate a dream”), we do need to honor that intention along with the actual dream (I mean that in order to properly work with that dream, it helps to know whether the person intended to dream something in particular). In Project August, dreamers must intend to dream about big, news-worthy events that are going to happen in August 2014. Because of that intention, I don’t want to cross-pollinate the ‘regular dreams’ with those of Project August.
In general, whenever you see a report out here on the blog (or on the reports page to the right), then that will only deal with regular, everyday dreams. The Project August reports will cover only P.A. dreams, and those reports will be housed at the main website (with passwords to keep non-P.A. dreamers from accessing them)
By the way, if you haven’t submitted a Project August dream yet, realize that you will not receive access to the reports and predictions profiles on May 4th. No registration is required, but registration does have a big advantage…you’ll get the final prediction report before August, instead of after August like all the non-registrants. Did I mention that everything about Project August is F-R-E-E, including registration?
We need your dreams, both regular everyday dreams, and definitely the Project August dreams. We need your dreams!
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