Carnivore Dreams – All Hallow’s Eve — “When witches go riding and black cats are seen, the moon laughs and whispers ’tils near Halloween'”

She's mine and I made her.  Turned out better than I thought I could do, never tried it, but it was hard work! Now to get her to last five nights.  Or rather six nights.  Putting them out AFTER Halloween seems anti-climactic.  But our temperature is perfect.  Will need to spritz her every day with … Continue reading Carnivore Dreams – All Hallow’s Eve — “When witches go riding and black cats are seen, the moon laughs and whispers ’tils near Halloween'”

Carnivore Dreams – Serendipity

Serendipity - John Cusack and Kate Beckinsale.  Love this movie. Serendipity is not exactly the same as Jung's Synchronicity, but it's close. I had always been writing about Einstein's theory of relativity and Jung's theories of synchronicity without knowing specifically about them, or rather, being totally aware of them.  I should say.  I understood them … Continue reading Carnivore Dreams – Serendipity

Carnivore Dreams – Dreamwalking–Asleep in my life?!

Carl Jung. My in-progress fantasy dinner party:  Carl Jung, Albert Einstein, Henry David Thoreau, Ernest Hemingway, Jesus Christ, Jim Morrison, Robin Williams. Break through. Don't underestimate dreams.  Most cultures consider their dream life as relevant as their "waking" one and would debate which is more relevant.  We are mostly asleep in our lives! I've been … Continue reading Carnivore Dreams – Dreamwalking–Asleep in my life?!

Carnivore Dreams – Jungian Thoughts and Lucid Dreams — Native American Practice –useful today?

Dream traveling.  Something Native Americans do instinctively.  To meet with "elderhearts," other worlds and realms,  alternate realities, to experience Einstein's theories of Time, past present, future, a way to travel soul to soul.  Not something we westerners normally consider. I'm still hoping to control my dreams.  Invoke my mother, maybe "travel" a bit, hope she'll … Continue reading Carnivore Dreams – Jungian Thoughts and Lucid Dreams — Native American Practice –useful today?