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Fun facts about the the wishes that you leave for Shiki in Shiki Dreams! 

The paper wishes that are found throughout Shiki Dreams are inspired by the Japanese tradition of Tanabata. Tanabata is a Japanese holiday (also known as the Star Festival) that people generally celebrate by writing wishes, sometimes in the form of poetry, on tanzaku, small pieces of paper, and hanging them on bamboo. 

In the experience Shiki asks for guests to write down what they want to see more of in the world and then takes these wishes and ties them through his real and dream worlds. Shiki goes through all of the wishes and puts up wishes of love, family, health, peace and abundance.

Prismajic likes to take this concept one step further in its meaning. When one understands the Law of Vibration is a fundamental law of the universe, where everything in existence vibrates at a certain frequency, (This includes physical objects, thoughts, emotions, and even the energy that surrounds us) you can see why stringing these high vibration wishes are so important. 

It is as if Shiki is charging his world with these thoughts and things around you. His and our hope is that you feel the love, health, and abundance in the space and that you breathe it in! It is a way to say that you are loved and in a place of love. 

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