A thread exploring the nature and purposes of what is colloqually called ‘dreaming’…the space and regions of the dream plane, and the potentials of the art and science of this focus of conscousness for conscious creation and immersion in FW1. The approach I hoped for is one mre specialised and ‘scientific’ than relating dreams or the interpretation thereof. Things which might be of interest
- Setting up and etablising a dream practise
- creating locations in the dream plane
- regions of the dream plane
- techniques and tips
-implications of continuous lucidity for the outter and inner ego
-what the inner ego is getting up to when we are awake
- A list of exercises and techniques within the seth material
-Dreams and the nature of the psyche
- Dreams and the unknown realities
and though this might sound obvious
- Are we dreaming now, is our language adequate to discribe the sensation of it, our memories of what we get up to certainly could do with some upgrades.
You have a dream memory, of course, though you are not aware of it as a rule. There is a craft involved in the formation of events. You perform this craft well when dreaming. Event-making begins before your birth, and the dreams of unborn children and their mothers often merge. The dreams of those about to die often involve dream structures that already prepare them for future existence. In fact, towards death a great dream acceleration is involved as new probabilities are considered - a dream acceleration that provides psychic impetus for new birth.
Some of this is most difficult to explain, yet it is true to say that no event has a beginning or ending.
This is true of a life. It is true of a dream. The information is not practical in your terms, because it denies your direct experience. Upon request, however, and with some practice, you can suggest in the middle of a dream that it expand to its larger proportions. You would then experience one dream wrapped in another, or several occurring at one time - all involving aspects of a particular theme or probability, with each connected to the others, although to you the connections might not be apparent.
Each event of your life is contained within each other event. In the same way, each lifetime is contained in each other lifetime. The feeling of reality is “truer” then in the dream state. You can become consciously aware of your dreams to some extent - that is, consciously aware of your own dreaming. You can also allow your “dream self” greater expression in the waking state. This can be done through techniques that are largely connected with creativity.
Session 786, Page 139