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According to Jung, dreams are a way of communicating and a window to your unconscious. They serve to guide the waking self to achieve wholeness and offer a solution to a problem you are facing in your waking life. Jung believed that dream images reveal something about yourself, your relationships with others, and situations in your  life. Dreams guide your personal growth and help in achieving your full potential. By simply discussing what is currently going on in your life, it can help you interpret and unlock the cryptic images of your dreams. Jung's method of dream interpretation is placed more confidently on the dreamer. He believes the meaning of your dreams is a personal judgment and is up to you on how to interpret them. Whatever interpretation feels right to you is most significant and more important than what someone else thinks or believes. Carl Gustav Jung (1875­1961) Psychiatrist and psychotherapist who founded analytical psychology.

Devote yourself to an idea, go make it happen, struggle for it, overcome your fears and make your DREAM vivid, colorful and  real.

You chose this particular mat for a reason.

“There are no coincidences, only causalities” Sigmund Freud (1902)

 It’s proven that what you see  or feel is often unconsciously registered and stored by your mind. By stepping on your mat being mindful and observant of your practice while reaching your goals, you are setting the foundation for your own individual results; with the intent of reaching a mental record for your behaviour as well as your asanas.

Only you know the reason for your choices, only you know your journey….

Cut the card below and write down your dream with steps for an action plan to make it happen. Take it with you as a reminder.


Only when you've achieved your goals go on to the next challenge.

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