Posts Tagged ‘ignorance’

How Knowledge Eliminates Scientific Theories

Carl Jung discovered the existence of strange coincidences that he named synchronicities. I discovered that everything can give us information about the future, not only coincidences. Everything has a symbolic and a literary meaning. Many times these meanings are similar, but other times they are totally different. After being deeply disappointed with the information I found about the human brain when I looked for explanations in the books of the ignorant world, I learned how the human brain works thanks to the information I had in my dreams and in many other people’s dreams.

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The Global Ignorance About The Importance Of Dreams

You will be able to easily translate your dreams, or other people’s dreams. This means that you will have additional and helpful information about everything. You will also be able to understand the symbolic meaning of your daily reality by translating the meaning of important signs like dreams, without sleeping and dreaming. This information will help you understand your reality and predict the future.

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From Ignorance to Wisdom

Your dreams are treasures. The information you have in dreams will transform you into another person. You will surpass the mindset of the absurd modern civilization and attain a higher level of knowledge. You will understand how your brain works and what determines your behavior. This vision will completely eliminate your fears. You will also understand how other people feel and sense, as if you could read their minds.

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Mind Power and The Dangers of Ignorance

Before daring to increase the power of your mind, you must indispensably care about guaranteeing yourself perfect mental health forever. This can be obtained through dream therapy in only two months if you don’t have grave psychological problems. In case you suffer from a serious mental illness you will delay a little bit more to be cured.

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