posted on Dec, 23 2018 @ 05:51 AM
a reply to: Peeple
I don't believe in past lives. They might be true, they might not.
Let's say we have two dreams per sleep? That works out to a ballpark of 7300 dreams over a decade. Of all those dreams, a small minority have a
profundity, or quality, that makes them stick in our memories. Those are the dreams which leave me open to the idea of past life memories. They're
suggestive of different worlds or perhaps make us question our own reality.
Then there are those weird undercurrents of resonance for past times and places. In my case, there's something about the war years which has long
tickled some deeper nerve. Sure, it's probably just imagination, but that's how I feel and not in a romanticised way either.
In a dream state your mind is never quiet. It entertains itself with tales of adventures love and sometimes even makes you fly. That's #ing amazing.
With guided meditation you can explore the quality entertainment your brain has in store for you. It doesn't mean you really were that general or
whatever your brain comes up with, but it's at least a fun exercise to explore yourself.
Yeah the immersive quality of some dreams far exceeds anything waking reality can offer. They're sublime and impossible to tell apart from reality.
There's also a suspicion that humans dream at a different level than the other animals. Experiments show that animals dream of animal things like
chasing birds or stalking prey. Humans dream of all sorts of weird # and sometimes it's hard to be sure if they're all from our imagination in the
Now and then it's like tuning in to something beyond the confines of our skulls and outside the sum of our experiences. Merry Christmas Peeple.