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Dream Yoga Course Introduction
"True illuminates have no dreams. Dreams are for those who are asleep. True illuminates live in the higher worlds, out of the physical body, in a state of intensified wakefulness without ever dreaming." - Samael Aun Weor, Mental Representations
Dreams and Visions
"Gnostic students must learn to differentiate between dreams and visions. To dream is one thing and to have visions is another.
A truly "awakened" Gnostic cannot dream. Only those who have the Consciousness asleep live dreaming."
"When someone accepts that he is asleep, it is a clear sign that he is already beginning to awaken." - Samael Aun Weor
It is very difficult to stay awake from moment to moment, but it is indispensable.
When we learn to live awakened from moment to moment, we then stop dreaming here and outside of the physical body.
It is necessary to know that when people fall asleep, they come out of their physical bodies, but they carry along their dreams, they live in the Internal Worlds dreaming and when they return to the physical body, they continue with their dreams, they continue dreaming.
When one learns how to live awake from moment to moment, one then stops dreaming here and in the internal worlds.
It is necessary to know that the ego (the “I”) enveloped in its Lunar Bodies, leaves the physical body when the body falls asleep. Unfortunately, the ego lives asleep in the internal worlds.
Besides the ego, that which is called Essence, Soul, Fraction of a Soul, Buddhata, consciousness, exists within the lunar bodies. It is that consciousness that we must awaken here and now.
Here in this world we have the consciousness; we must awaken it here if we truly want to stop dreaming and live consciously in the superior worlds.
The person with an awakened consciousness lives, works, acts consciously in the superior worlds while his body rests in his bed.
The cognizant person does not have troubles related with Astral projections; the trouble of learning how to project oneself in the Astral Plane at will is only a problem for those who are asleep.
The awakened person does not even concern himself with learning how to project himself in the Astral Plane; he lives consciously in the superior worlds while his physical body sleeps in bed.
The awakened person no longer dreams; while the body rests, he lives in the same regions where people usually wander about dreaming, however, the awakened person does it with his consciousness awakened.
The awakened person is in contact with the White Lodge; he visits the Temples of the Great Universal White Fraternity, and has interviews with his Guru-Deva while his body sleeps.
Inner Self-remembering from moment to moment develops the Spatial Sense and then, we can even see the dreams of people who walk the streets.
Spatial Sense includes sight, hearing, smell, taste, touch, etc., in itself. Spatial Sense is the functionalism of the awakened consciousness.
The chakras (of which occultist literature speak of) are to Spatial Sense, as the flame of a match is to the Sun.
If Inner Self-remembering from moment to moment is fundamental to awaken consciousness, learning to use attention is no less fundamental.
Gnostic students must learn to divide attention into three parts: Subject, Object and Location.
Subject: To not fall into the forgetting of oneself before any representation.
Object: To observe everything, every representation, every fact, every event, no Matter how insignificant the latter may seem, in detail, without forgetting oneself.
Location: The rigorous observation of the place where we may be; ask ourselves, “What place is this? Why am I here?”