Sunday, September 2, 2012
If we have one safe haven in the world, it would be the safety and comfort of our beds. When we turn off the lights and drift into sleep, we are free from all of the external stimuli that is constantly demanding our attention. So it is as though our most sacred of sanctuaries have been violated when we are disturbed in our sleep. Worse yet is when the terror strikes from within. We all have nightmares, but Night Terror is neither a nightmare nor an awakened state but another realm of consciousness altogether. But what we imagine in our dreams can effect what we do in the outside world.