Several of us can remember our dreams in the morning, some can remember them more vividly than others and most haven”t recalled a dream in years. Why is this? Why do others remember and others don”t even think about it? Shouldn”t Dream Recall be an important skill to learn? I mean, dreams are a significant part of our life and if we take the time to analyze them, we can learn a lot about ourselves. Our unfulfilled desires, our hidden fears, our pure emotions about ourselves and others. It is our subconscious – unshielded from our waking day-to-day conscious monitoring our behavior, thoughts, and emotions.
The science of sociology in organizations and institutions is extremely powerful. Understanding how and why organizations are set up and the power of institutions can help us better understand ourselves and society.
Once consciously outside of society’s iron cage of rationality, a sociologically mindful person may come up with many questions and pondering ideas on why/how they act a certain way, belief a certain ideal, eat a certain food, and much more. There is much more to consider though.