posted on Dec, 19 2012 @ 06:15 AM
reply to post by Chrisfishenstein
Okay so you have to understand that the world of dreams is. The waking world is the world of phenomenon. The dream world is the world of Noumenon. The
difference between them is that in the phenomenal world, the object is primary and the meaning is secondary, this doesnt mean that meaning is worth
less than object, it just means that we have to seek out the meaning from within. In the world of Noumenon it is the other way round, and meaning is
first and object is secondary. Along the spiritual path the two start to blend into one and this is when true prophetic dreams start happening, which
are directly related to deja vu, but thats for another thread.
So you have to understand that any dream you have, it is the symbology that matters and not the actual fact. A dream that you are flying means that
you desire in your waking life to rise up and become independent of everything that you need to support you, like the ground (but the ground is
obviously a symbol for those things that you rely on) so lets think about what these dreams of gravity turning off symbolise
Well they are different from flying dreams, in a flying dream you decide "im going to rise above all this" so what do the gravity turning off dreams
mean? they obviously mean that we will become independent of that which binds us, whether we choose to or not, so its not that we choose to rise above
our vices, its that vice itself will be removed, the bindings will be lifted and all things will be free. It clearly doesn't mean that gravity will
ACTUALLY turn of. Although who knows it might, i mean gravity still binds us in a way. But i think what to take from these is that everyone and
everything will begin to rise up, no longer relying on the rest for existence.