July 16, 2020 at 6:12 PM #22954scaredyclassicParticipant
A few nights ago I dreamt i was in tibet in a modern building. I was trying to catch up to friends on a guided walk .
It cost 2 “monks” , the unit of currency.
I tried to pay with 2 us dollars. I had no monks. She refused. I walked away.
Then she tried to sell me 2 monk coins for us $5.00.
These coins were extremely beautifil, like jewelry. I imagined life for children would be different if they used such gorgeous coins.
I was happy that i could go, but when i went back in my wallet, my money had all turned black with product placement ads on it. Also, the 5 dollar bill i had turned to a 50. She was willing to take the 50, but i didnt want to give up us $50, to buy 2 monk coins worth us $ 5.00
even if it was black with ads.
Need help from a financial advisor well versed in dream interpretation.July 16, 2020 at 6:30 PM #818834scaredyclassicParticipant
Do dreams move markets?
“Animal spirits was a term coined by the famous British economist, John Maynard Keynes, to describe how people arrive at financial decisions, including buying and selling securities, in times of economic stress or uncertainty. In Keynes’s 1936 publication, “The General Theory of Employment, Interest, and Money,” he speaks of animal spirits as the human emotions that affect consumer confidence.
Today, animal spirits describe the psychological and emotional factors that drive investors to take action when faced with high levels of volatility in the capital markets. The term comes from the Latin spiritus animalis, which means “the breath that awakens the human mind.” In some ways, Keynes’ insights into human behavior predicted the rise of behavioral economics.”
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