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If you are a Windows user then you probably have some kind of a desktop theme or wallpaper on your desktop. They are fun, and you can download some very cool ones from the Internet. I personally have a beautiful Celtic one that I downloaded, and I love it. Recently, however, it came to my attention that our desktop themes and/or wallpaper can have a very subtle yet strong effect on us! My husband went to Penn State University when he graduated from high school. He went in the early 70s, at the height of the hippie, sex-drugs-rock and roll era, when the Vietnam War was in full swing and protesting it was what college students did.He was very much into the whole genre, and he got quite heavily into the drug and alcohol scene. He looked back on this time as fun and exciting, but also the beginnings of a long-term problem with substance abuse.Recently he wanted to change his desktop, so he picked a fun Penn State theme. It had the fight song and the Nittany Lion, Penn States mascot.After about a month of having this desktop theme on his computer he began having disturbing dreams. He dreamed repeatedly that he was back at Penn State. He had no money, had to sleep on park benches and he was constantly in search of drugs and a liquor store! He was quite confused by these dreams, and found them to be distressing.When he finally discussed this with me, I heard right away that these dreams were being caused by the desktop theme. Even though he was looking back at the fun times when he viewed it, it was triggering memories in his subconscious that were not so fun. When we changed the theme of his desktop, the dreams stopped.The subconscious is an interesting thing. It can take over and drive our cars for us when we are daydreaming while driving, but it has no ability to discern between fantasy and reality or between truth and lies. Our subconscious has no sense of good or bad, evil or angelic. It just IS. And when it is triggered by something, it can take over our dreams in ways that we do not understand.So, what is your desktop theme saying to your subconscious? This is not unlike what that bumper sticker on your car is saying to strangers. You need to take a look at this and evaluate what your theme is saying to you and about you.Try to pick a desktop theme that shows something soothing, or some goal that you have. Make it be uplifting! Consider it as a tool that can work for you or against you. It is a lot easier to have a theme that is going to trigger only the highest and best in your subconscious, than it is to deal with bad dreams or why your thinking may be negative.Little things can mean a lot!