On the eleventh night we explore what it is to want without being able to have.
On the tenth night we are taken through a world of natural beauty. We are like the wind blowing through the trees.
On the ninth night a review of life comes to be. Its importance undeniable, the lesson shall not be forgotten.
When our lives slow down and we get closer to the end, all we'll have are our memories of the past.
Often our dreams reflect the feelings we keep hidden inside during our waking hours. Listening to these dreams can teach us a lot about ourselves.
With the sixth dream we enter the world between dreaming and being awake. A world where one awaits to be transported to the world of sleep.
Some dreams fill us with a sense of nostalgia. But sometimes things aren't quite as we remembered them.
On the fourth night, dreams of lost love haunt the unnamed narrator.
Some worlds we can only see in our dreams. They feel like places we don't belong, but we have no choice but to witness what those worlds want to show us.
In the second dream we are presented with the fear of being alone. That awful feeling that eats away at us when no matter how much we try to connect, we just can't.
This is the first dream of twelve. It deals with the guilt we feel when we give up on something. Even if the thing we gave up on was impossible to achieve.