Sales of a dream-making CD, cd or LP are booming in the California dream community.
In fact, according to the Dreamers of the West (DWP), a dream music resource, the number of dreams sold for more than $3 million in the past two years alone.
The group’s founder, Laura Paz, is the author of three books about dreams, including “Door to Door: A Journey Through the Minds of Dreamers” and “Darling in the Dream.”
She says there’s a growing interest in the dream world among younger people, especially in California.
The DWP’s founder is Laura Ponzalez, right.
(Walt Disney Pictures/Walt Dohrman)”It’s a beautiful thing, and a lot of the young people that are really interested in dreaming and dreaming in the future, are also interested in dreams,” Paz told Business Insider.
Paz said that in the last year, she’s seen a big uptick in the number and volume of dream sales, from one dream-maker to the next.
The number of people buying a dream CD, for example, has doubled in the first two years of the new century, from two to five people a month.
Ponzalez told Business Insiders that she sees the rise in sales as a result of the growing number of dreamers, who are increasingly turning to their dreams for validation and encouragement.
“A lot of them are looking for things that they can’t find anywhere else,” she said.
“The more you look into the dream that someone else has, the more you can get to know that person, and the more comfortable you are with that person.”
The majority of the time, Paz said, the person selling the dream is looking for something they’ve heard about.
“That’s one of the reasons that a lot more people are finding themselves in dreams than they did in the days of record companies,” she explained.
But what is it that makes someone selling a dream a dream seller?
For Paz and others like her, the answer is the person’s emotional connection with their dreams.
“They’re very emotionally connected to the dream,” Ponzales said.
The more emotionally connected a person is, the less likely they are to sell a dream, she added.
When she sold her dream CD for $1,400, she didn’t want to do it with a group of friends, because it felt “a bit weird.”
But now that she has a more intimate relationship with her dream, it’s a different story.
Pozalez said she and other dream sellers are seeing a resurgence of interest from younger people.
In California alone, she says there are now four or five people in their 20s and 30s who sell dreams.
In a sense, the popularity of the dream-selling genre has made a comeback, according a new study published in the journal PLoS One.
The researchers analyzed data from more than 10,000 online auctions and found that the average sale price for dreams in the US reached a record high in 2018.
It peaked at $2,500, with a median sale price of $3.
The median price for a CD was $1.30, with only one person selling it for more.
The research team, led by Elizabeth Kupers of Duke University, found that a majority of dream sellers were women, and that the majority of dreams were sold online.
In other words, online auction sales are more popular than ever, but they aren’t as popular as they used to be.
“What we’re finding is that online auctions are more about the emotional connection that the buyer has with the dream, and less about the material objects that they’re buying,” Kupars said.
“Online auctions have also become a lot less about making money.”
The reason, the researchers said, is that the online auction market has been more and more flooded with “unwanted items.”
“We have a lot fewer people in the world who want to purchase something, or have any intention of purchasing it,” Kupsers said.
While it may seem counterintuitive to buy dreams online, Kupys said that the internet has been the ideal medium for many of the dreams that are sold.
“If you look at the market, the most popular item is probably an art print,” she noted.
“That’s the most sought-after item.”
Kupers said that a number of the more popular online auctions have a very specific purpose.
“You may want to have your dream on sale,” she added, “but it’s not a traditional sales opportunity.
It’s not for the most people.
It just happens to be for people who are interested in the specific dream that they want to sell.”
Kupsers noted that most people aren’t even aware