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Or when you read a certain story and come out dazed, with daydreamy eyes and words spinning around in your head.
Poignant instead of poppy, dreary instead of daydreamy, Boyle's bizarre and somber piano version is void of any joy and bounce.
By using something a child is familiar with and passionate about it's easier to get them to relax and enter a daydreamy state of mind, so they're more likely to be receptive to positive suggestions, and so create solutions," he explains.