Dreaming moves to Liminal Space. The second suite of 8 tracks in the DreamState series is playing everywhere.
As you scroll down, you’ll see music players from Spotify, Apple Music, Amazon Music, YouTube, and BandCamp. Please choose your favorite and listen…
State Of Your Space
If you’ve been following along, you know that I’ve been pondering the dream world. And that’s why my current music projects are all about that world as well.
The first suite was DreamState: Dreams. Listeners have really been enjoying that set of eight tunes. By popular demand, every track in that suite was mellow from start to finish. (It’s streaming everywhere, by the way.)
Your Space is Liminal
Then, I started to explore that in-between state known as “liminal space”. This is a big part of what attracts me to dreams. It is an enticing and entrancing state of being.
There is something very otherworldly about this space. I have a sense of literally being between the worlds. And I don’t find that to be scary. I find it to be inspiring.
Liminal Is Not Limited
When I’m in this in-between place, I feel like I’m hovering. Moving or becoming conscious are not things that make sense while I’m here. It seems best to let go and let liminal space do its thing.
I’m not at all sure what “its thing” is. I only know that it seems really cool.
However otherworldly liminal space seems, it definitely can inform our waking selves. I don’t know if I can explain it, but when I am more aware of my dreamlife, my consciousness is more conscious.
This should come as no surprise. After all, dreams are my subconsciousness trying to make sense of images in my mind. Sharing between our conscious and subconscious brain means that we are using more of it.
DreamState: Liminal Space
Dreams truly do inform our time awake. We can learn from each dreamstate and bring those dreams into our waking world.