a reply to: booyakasha
hi, i didnt talked or dreamed with it again.
next morning i talked about the dream at the seminar, and they said that, yes. it was part of another's people dream.
that it is common in tibet cultures to communicate via dreams.
it is familiar to me , what you say about back in time, forward in time or happening at the same time but in other geographical places because i have
experienced it too.
in that times i tried to look for some clue in the dream that tells me the year.
sometimes when i woke up, i looked for the news to find what will happen.
for example, when 9/11 was prepared I felt the feelings of those that were going to die days in advance, and also read on a board the name of the
place, while one entity were explaining it on a dream.
also happened then nature events happened in myanmar (burma) before thousands of monks died, so I collected books from myanmar prior to the event.
or sometimes, passing messages received via dreams , to monks in this world.
i felt in those times that it is like an antenna and we are receiving, tuning, that information. I those years I had the tuning for large events.
when the event is in the future, it is just like simply know.
for example, the denver airport, in a future time.
have you ever followed the information received from the dreams?
sometimes i followed, driving to places unknown, feeling the feeling, and arriving to the same places in the dream, then finding the answers.
or teachings from non physical entities? once i describe ones to a lama and that that i described was a guardian in the tibetan culture.
Also I saw it in a conference where there were a lot of lamas and rinpoches together, he was near the rinpoche during all the conference.
amazing teachings from hindu and catholic entities in dreams too.
there is 1/3 of our life that we dont know well: the 1/3 of our life while we sleep.
if there is no external objects altering our awareness during the dreaming...could it be more real that this moment?
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