a reverie indulged in while awake.
(USED WITHOUT OBJECT)
to indulge in such a reverie.
Daydreaming is a short-term detachment from one's immediate surroundings,
during which a person's contact with reality is blurred and partially substituted by
"Daydreaming is looked upon negatively because it represents 'non-doing' in a
society that emphasizes productivity," says John McGrail, a clinical ...
At other times I hinge my elbows even more, to allow me to bring the tip of my index fingers (the starting-point of the Large Intestine meridian) in light contact with my upper outer chest, an inch or so below the outer edge of the collarbones (the starting-point of the... More »
Jul 16, 2013 ... A new computer model can simulate our wandering minds-see five surprising
facts about daydreaming.
Everyone catches their mind wandering once in a while, but what if your constant
and extensive daydreaming — so-called maladaptive daydreaming ...
Apr 29, 2015 ... If I'd been interested in reading about ordinary daydreaming, I would have had
plenty of places to turn. In a 1907 paper, Sigmund Freud wrote ...
The most common everyday altered state of consciousness is the act of
daydreaming, which may actually be a healthy thing you can do for your mind.
Mar 3, 2010 ... Daydreaming isn't a waste of time, as we're often told, but the gateway to
creativity, problem-solving and even to the realisation of our potential.