#AlchemistObsessions: Get Lost in the DREAM MACHINE
Homies, Lovers, and Friends,
Yes, it is about taking pictures, but it's also about reconnecting with your dreams, your creativity, and your childlike nature. It will surprise you when it comes to what that connection can do for you on a daily basis.
DREAM MACHINE a reason to have fun—right where you are—with no other reason than experience something out of the box with your friends.
WELCOME TO THE DREAM MACHINE, WHERE YOU ARE TRANSPORTED INTO THE CLOUDS.
Think about your life—is it a dream?
If you are answering yes,
you are one of the lucky ones.
Most of us cart ourselves around drowning our sorrows in superficial woes that add no value to our lives or to society as a whole.
I have dedicated my life to creating more meaning and substance for society and there are days that I FEEL HEAVY.
What is the point of being on this earth, spinning around, living our lives? Should we all just run away? And do what we think it is we want to do?
I tried that. I made no money. I was emotionally lost.
I was literally LOST in cities where I didn't speak a word of the language, and I was directionally LOST when it came to my life path.
Being lost was a beautiful time
in the sense THAT I got to take a
deep dark look at myself and own up
to everything I am (good and bad),
and it was a rough time
where I missed flights in over 7 countries and felt like I was perpetually on Xanax
(even though I had zero Xanax pills to pop)...
i blame jet lag.
Delusion and illusion
are two very different things:
you don't have to get lost in foreign
countries to reconnect with your magic.
You can connect with it right here
in the heart of Williamsburg.
DREAM MACHINE was trippy. It teaches you fun facts about dreaming, gives you a sugar high in a special laundry room, lets you live out your '90s childhood in a plastic ball pit, brings you to the world of Alice in Wonderland to remind you that life will reshape you throw you upside down and shake you, and DREAM MACHINE reminds you that one day you're going to look back at your whole life experience and say:
"It was all a dream."
Your life IS A DREAM. You wake up into a reality after having an hours long conversation with your subconscious, and what do you do with that information? Do you write it down? Do you use those dreams for inspiration? Do you allow it to remind you of who you really are?
I have some tools for you to reconnect with your dreams after you go into the DREAM MACHINE:
Your life is beautiful—but you have to put in work to make it stay that way. Take this as a sign that you should reconnect with your childlike nature and trip yourself out for a little bit (maybe with some fun pictures involved, too).