Human CCC 3: Old Dude Strikes Again

So, I met up with the Old Dude again a few nights ago, as I was going through my usual dream life stuff.  Now, I know what you're thinking.  Sheesh, Taobabe is writing up another one of her boring tall-tale dreamscapes again--but let me hasten to assure you, it's not the usual suspect.  Bear up with me here.... Continue Reading →

Remembering Lucid Dreams

So, do you know why we don't remember most of our dreams?  It's not a trick question.  The basic answer is, most of our dreams are rather on the boring side, and just as we don't remember every moment in our waking lives because sometimes it's rather dull, our dream lives are also mostly just... Continue Reading →

Zhuangzi and the Butterfly

Zhuangzi was a Taoist sage who lived during the 4th century BCE. His butterfly dream poem is among the most famous passages in ancient Chinese literature.  In this poem, he writes about a dream that he had of being a butterfly, flying about enjoying itself. It did not know that it was Zhuangzi. Suddenly he... Continue Reading →

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