Welcome to our Dreams quotes page! Dreams have always fascinated and captivated human beings throughout history. They are the window to our subconscious, allowing us to explore the depths of our desires, fears, and aspirations. Dreams can be mysterious, inspiring, and often hold hidden meanings that are waiting to be deciphered.
On this page, you will find a collection of insightful and thought-provoking quotes about dreams. These quotes come from a wide range of sources, including philosophers, artists, writers, and dreamers from all walks of life. They offer unique perspectives on the power and significance of dreams in our lives.
Whether you consider dreams to be a source of inspiration, a way to explore your inner self, or a pathway to understanding the unconscious mind, the quotes on this page will surely resonate with you. They delve into the beauty, complexity, and symbolism that often accompany our dreamscapes.
So, dive into the realm of dreams with an open mind and allow these quotes to inspire you to ponder the depths of your own dreams and their hidden meanings. Explore the thoughts, experiences, and reflections of others as we embark on this journey into the realm of the subconscious.
A child came up to me and asked 'am I dreaming?' I had a similar experience coming to the Art Gallery of South Australia when I was a child. My mum had done a workshop here and it stayed with me. It's an important formative time.
Consult not your fears but your hopes and your dreams. Think not about your frustrations, but about your unfulfilled potential. Concern yourself not with what you tried and failed in, but with what it is still possible for you to do.
If humans did not manufacture some of their own to appear like better people, people would not aspire to be someone else. They would stop dreaming. And if people didn't dream, they would be awake to discover the wonderful misery of being. There are no singular great people. There is only a small percentage of people manufactured to look significant, for the purpose of creating the feeling of mass insignificance.
Has my heart gone to sleep? Have the beehives of my dreams stopped working, the waterwheel of the mind run dry, scoops turning empty, only shadow inside? No, my heart is not asleep. It is awake, wide awake. Not asleep, not dreaming— its eyes are opened wide watching distant signals, listening on the rim of vast silence
When you have a dream that you can't let go of, trust your instincts and pursue it. But remember: Real dreams take work, They take patience, and sometimes they require you to dig down very deep. Be sure you're willing to do that.
We (the indivisible divinity that works in us) have dreamed the world. We have dreamed it resistant, mysterious, visible, ubiquitous in space and firm in time, but we have allowed slight, and eternal, bits of the irrational to form part of its architecture so as to know that it is false.
There is a period near the beginning of every man's life when he has little to cling to except his unmanageable dream, little to support him except good health, and nowhere to go but all over the place.
You have wakened not out of sleep, but into a prior dream, and that dream lies within another, and so on, to infinity, which is the number of grains of sand. The path that you are to take is endless, and you will die before you have truly awakened.
In our dreams (writes Coleridge) images represent the sensations we think they cause; we do not feel horror because we are threatened by a sphinx; we dream of a sphinx in order to explain the horror we feel.