The Senois teach us how to improve our lives by dreaming consciously!

The Senois: Who are they?

The Senois are a tribe of Malaysia giving crucial importance to the dream world. They practice what can be called the “lucid dream.” In the morning, at lunch, the grownups encourage the little ones to tell their dreams. The adults listen attentively to the children and make suggestions to them in order to optimize this dream creativity:


“What did you dream of last night?” Did you dream that a tiger was chasing you? That’s good … Next time try to turn you around and face him! “


As a result, as adolescents, young Senoi do not have nightmares. The Senois teach us how to improve our lives by dreaming consciously!

Why do they no longer have nightmares?

Because they learn to face their fears and anxieties. They integrate the notion that they are the only masters on board their dreams, so to always face danger. No need for a degree in psychology to understand that this night behavior influences that of day. Neurosis and psychosis are absent in this people, which reminds us, according to the psychiatrist and psychotherapist Perls, of the function of the dream:

“Integrating our personality”.

A method with positive effects!

According to the senoi system, any dream person who does not collaborate in our favor must be considered an enemy. It is even allowed to kill these characters of dreams which are unfavorable to us. The image thus eliminated releases a positive energy which comes from a part of oneself invested in this “antagonist.” In return, the senoi method proposes to ask a gift to our aggressor … whether it be the solution to a problem, a creative idea, a positive outcome to a specific problem, an invention, the right decision to make life.

An erotic dream? What if you chase it to orgasm without feeling guilty?

For the Senois, it’s important to seek pleasure and to take advantage of it. If sexual contact occurs in a dream, continue to orgasm. Even when it is a question of a “forbidden” or “improbable” love, let us go to the end without guilt, since it is a matter of integrating a part of ourselves.

If we dream that we fall on an open air flight, let’s imagine the next time we fly to stop falling. When we succeed in flying, try to reach an inspiring, magical place …

Senois also appeal to their dream allies when there is a threat and that they consider the need for help necessary. Who are these allies? They can come from everyday life (friends, a relative, a dog, a cat,) or directly from the world of dreams.

In short, the senoï method is what?


The senoi system is that of a vesperial cooperative which seeks to integrate our personality by leading it to be stronger in the dream dimension, thus nourishing our creativity and freeing us from any anxiety, frustrations and troubles that could weigh on our daily lives.

Master your dreams to live better in real life!

This system would reduce any violence and mental illness, any stress and ambition of warrior conquest.


Here are the rules you must follow to apply the senoi system:

  • Confront and overcome danger,
  • Call reinforcement and allies if necessary,
  • Optimize your nights by reflecting on how you transform your next dreams,
  • Honoring gifts received during your dreams (painting, singing, writing, dancing, etc.),
  • Share your dreams with people around you who are interested in them,
  • Observe your progress and not be discouraged from your mistakes,
  • Cultivate the act of pleasure and that of flying like a bird!

Well, now … You know what you have to do to develop your creativity and annihilate all your anxieties, stresses and nightmares!

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Article written by Patrick Tremblay, author of Onirikk.

 

The dragon: a symbol of life and power!

Hello everyone,

First of all, let me introduce myself. I am S-P Decroix, author of “The Princess of the ends of Time” which will be released at the beginning of Lysons Éditions. When my publisher (Leandro De Carvalho) asked his authors if they wanted to participate in the blog of the publishing house to speak literature, I immediately accepted. But suddenly, my little brain got overheated … once again. For it is not ideas that are lacking to discuss literature. I have therefore cooled my neurons (it is necessary if I want to continue writing) and thought of all the creatures that populate our imaginary adult and child. But where do you start? There are so many and so many! So I said to myself:

“What could be more noble, more dangerous, such attractive as frightening as THE DRAGON?”

A symbol of life and power in China, protector in Indonesia, protector of treasures in Ancient Greece or even evil and a ravisher of princesses in medieval Europe, this legendary creature is often represented as a gigantic animal, winged, provided with claws Lion and a snake tail.

Its Latin etymology “draco” is derived from the Greek “drakeîn” itself coming from the verb “dérkomai” meaning “to see clear”.

Several myths and legends about this fabulous animal have mingled with one another to finally grant him his form that we all know him today.

Indeed, it is necessary to know that the western dragons are different from the Asian dragons. Among the Westerners, especially in the Greco-Roman, Norse or Celtic myths, the dragon is above all an animal of reptilian form (winged of course), but above all spitting fire, which binds it to the earth element. It is for this reason that he is often attached to more “basic” things, more “down to earth”: he is then the fierce guardian of fabulous treasures. In the Western mind, the dragon is also an evil creature, and because of its specific form, it also embodies evil. This is why the archangel Michael fights it.

Asian dragons are also related to the forces of nature, but not specifically to fire. How many accounts, and more precisely of mangas, show them associated with the other elements: water, air, ice, wood, metal? In reality, here (in Europe), it is above all, linked to water. In Asian beliefs, dragons are not hostile creatures either. They do not necessarily have wings.

It is the fifth animal of Chinese astrology (and by the way, this is my sign), where it is the symbol of luck. Many emperors are of this sign and great festivities are given the years of the dragon. The nickname of the very famous Bruce Lee is “Little Dragon”.

The symbolism of its horns would come from astrology and its place in the ranking of the calendar, carried out during a race under the aegis of either the Jade Emperor or Buddha.

In any case, the pig (or the pig according to the divergences of the calendars), mu in arbiter, has sown the zizanie among the animals (that is why it is relegated to the last place) and to calm the dragon, Offered him his horns as a crown for the king of aquatic animals.

In any case, they are incredible fantastic animals, of an extraordinary intelligence, endowed with thoughts, sometimes speech and often linked to magic. It would also seem that the scales (or the skin according to legends), the blood and sometimes the claws (even the teeth) of dragons are provided with incredible properties.

Where to find dragons?

(List incomplete because too, too long !!!)

Books / mangas:


The Endless Story, Michael Ende

The Hobbit, J. R. R. Tolkien

Harry Potter of J. K. Rowling

Tara Duncan by Sophie Audouin-Mamikonian

Terry Goodkind’s Sword of Truth

The Iron Throne of George R. R. Martin

The Royal Assassin, The Adventurers of the Sea and The Cities of the Ancients by Robin Hobb

The Legend of Drizzt by R. A. Salvatore

Fairy Tail by Hiro Mashima

Dragon Ball, Dragon Ball Z by Akira Toryama

Games


Dungeon and Dragon (board game and movies)

Dream of Dragon (role-playing)

Drakkhen (video game)

Warcraft (video game)

Dragon Age (video game)

And many others…

Movies


Excalibur (1981)

The Endless Story (1984)

Heart of the Dragon (1996)

Dungeons & Dragons (2000) and Dungeons & Dragons, the Supreme Power (2006): Inspired by role play.

Dragons, Dragons 2 (2014): 3D animation movies.

Me, Arthur, 12 years old, dragon hunter [] (2010)


I hope you enjoyed this article.

See you soon !

Article written by S-P DECROIX.

The Inspirational Life Of Paulo Coelho

He had a dream: to be a writer, despite all the barriers he encountered on his way …
Today: his dream has come true (and he has done well not to listen to his parents)!

So inspiring Paulo Coelho!

To all the writers who do not dare to launch … Dare to live your Personal Legend!

Paulo is a good example, and we summarize his journey through this short video:

Coming soon! (7 July 2017)

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Written by Leandro De Carvalho, author of Living In Harmony.

The life of a reader is not so easy!

The life of a reader is far from being a quiet river…

Better to laugh! Discover the life of a reader with these drawings and texts illustrating the life of a reader!

1 / Do you really have to answer to that?!

2 / Ready to go on holiday! But never without my books…

3 / One goes through full of emotions when one reads a book… Sometimes even one cries !!!

4 / We love romances, even in real life! Yes Yes…

5 / Nothing better than a good book to sleep well! But before, we must finish it!

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Article written by LDC.