Tuesday 7 April 2020

You Are What You Dream You Are,

Yashi Julka
Need to sleep on that big decision? Your dreams might influence your final choice, suggests new research. Scientists disagree as to what extent dreams reflect subconscious desires, but new research reported in the Journal of Personality and Social Psychology   concludes that dreams do influence people's decisions and attitudes.
Social psychologists Carey Morewedge, PhD, at Carnegie Mellon University, and Michael Norton, PhD, at Harvard University, conducted studies to find out how people respond to their dreams. Their study of people in the United States, South Korea and India found that 56 percent, 65 percent and 74 percent of respondents, respectively, believe that dreaming reveals hidden truths.Once you have pushed your thoughts into your subconscious you will start dreaming about solutions.
You will then start to see changes in the world around you and before long you will become what you have dreamed about. In shorter time then you can imagine you can do extra ordinary thingsIf you have read “Think and Grow Rich” By Napoleon Hill, he shares this advice in his book and shows examples of how some of the most successful men and women have changed their lives and gone from rags to riches in just a short matter of time.
Being a psychologist, I can say it's a famous example of Reverse psychology. Once you think and say that you will achieve it or you have achieved it, it definitely will become truth or it can make someone say yes when they are willing to do otherwise.
An example from Aviation sector for this is Elrey Jeppesen
Captivated by the magic of flight, Elrey Jeppesen would often watch birds fly for hours as a young boy growing up in the Western United States during the early 1900s. He would go on to turn down a slot at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, dropping out of high school during his senior year to instead pursue his love of flying, making his first solo flight in an Alexander Eaglerock after little more than two hours of instruction in the air. After spending his days as a barnstormer, Jeppesen eventually became a mail pilot, and soon encountered the widespread lack of navigational aids along his routes. He made a habit of jotting down geographical landmarks, elevations and other data in a 10-cent notebook as he flew. Other pilots soon took note, and in no time his inventory of navigational information was in high demand. Thus began the inception of standardized aerial charts that most pilots today couldn’t imagine flying without. Thanks to Jeppesen’s ingenuity, today’s pilots can now rely on one of the most detailed, comprehensive information databases in the world to provide life-saving navigational technology both for VFR and IFR flight.
Don't give up on your dreams, or your dreams will give up on you. 
The moment you believe you can't do it, everything else begins to crumble. Never stop believing.

Yashi  Julka [MBA HR]
Manager-HR [Intern] 
AirCrews Aviation Pvt Ltd

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