Yeah, dreams are pretty amazing. If we look at a dream, we can see a kind of feat of consciousness at play. Unlike our physical reality where we
take for granted our five physical senses filtering in the non-verbal essence of reality.
This non-verbal energetic wave of reality, this pulse of information of which our minds translate and interpret into our subjective self-realizations.
This Physical Universe as you will. Our minds have the aid of senses to help create the vision and interpretation of "physical reality".
Not in a dream... in a dream, we have no eyes, no ears, no skin to filter in and translate the reality. It's just a raw, thought flowing through our
minds. Yet, we stand there in quite observance, entranced watching and observing these dreams.
I like to also call Dreams a form of Reality if you will. I think they deserve that much credit. And in our discussions friends, we are talking
about dreams that come true.
And in our own personal knowing, and in our own personal way, we have a relationship with this knowing, this type of dreaming.
I'll take a stab at defining and understanding this type of phenomena, the answers to the reasons as to how and why this is possible.
What it first entails, is an answer to a question.
The question, is quite simply. Is reality a dream?
Is reality a dream? It's a question I seldom answer, but I will answer yes.
Yes it is.
There is so much truth to that, yet something like Deja Vu, you can only feel it, understand it yourself. And know that it is true.
There is a relationship between reality and dreaming. And that relationship is a dream precedes reality outside the framework of boundary and
Do we attribute this to some type of quantum leap, that some how our minds enter a quantum state allowing some anomalies of spacial convergence to
We could think about this quantum state and how it could apply to dreaming, as part of the answers to it.
Personally, I feel the answer is much simpler then quantum mechanics, and the answer is: thought is also reality. We also share a relationship as
thoughts are what dreams are, and we are thinkers, and dreamers.
Are our thoughts, creating reality? What evidence would we have of such a claim?
Theoretically, if you follow precognitive theory, then a dream can observe a future event which later, one day becomes a very lived, and very real
part of your subjective life.
You observe a dream, that observational wave of information collapses when you wake up. You focus on your physical life through the chronological
order of time, to one day, stand in reality as you stand in the very dream which was...
What was the very first dream, of reality? Before it became reality?
Was it reality? Or was it a dream?
If you answer it was a dream... you get an "A+" on figuring it out.
The dream precedes reality, and is of itself a reality. Make it more personal, it is as much a part of you, as you are with reality.
I hope some of you can relate to this information, and can clearly see and understand what is being discussed, and how relative and real it is.
I respect those of you who do. For it is you, who will realize truth of your existence, truth of your total reality, your total self.
It will be like looking in a mirror and seeing the dream, and the dreamer who dreams the dream.
Look in a mirror, if not right now and see the dreamer.
That's what I see in myself, and all of you. Dreamers.
Creators of Reality.
A part of myself.
As I am a part of you.
I see a Universe, that has existed beyond the phantom belief in space and time. The illusion of space and time. The unreal realizations of absolute
time, absolute eternity, absolute reality.
I see myself before I see my life, I saw my life before I saw myself. And before myself in this life... I see you.
And that is one of the greatest rewards of existence and reality. Us. Not as many, but as one.
When you awaken to this knowing once again, as you have in the past... and will in the future. When you awaken to the truth of what you are, will you
Can you deal with that truth?
[edit on 12-4-2009 by YouAreDreaming]