I very much enjoy night school during my dream time. Sometimes I wake up with only hints and fragments of powerful experiences and lessons learned, while occasionally I remember quite a bit of detail from my dream school sessions. One recent time period was particularly rich. On several mornings over a period of about 10 days I remembered profound lessons I'd had during night school. On the final morning, I even awoke and continued a powerful dream in a half-awake state for quite a while, communicating with an intriguing force which called itself "the singularity."
I've read Carl's accounts of dreams with a sense of wonderment and delight. Do most folks remember most of their dreams? I don't, and never have. In all my life I can't remember much more than ten or a dozen dreams. So the ones I do remember were and remain powerful. Life-changing? In some cases yes indeed, and probably more than I fully understand.
I am someone who almost never remembers my dreams, and this has been true all my life.
just an example of the 'dream state', something that came up for me a few months ago. inner work can bring up much that we arent aware of while we suppose we are 'awake'. *smiles*
I share here with you an amazingly powerful dream I had back on February 22, 2001 at 2 AM while on an interpreting assignment in Albuquerque, New Mexico. What a profound lesson in shifting from paranoia to uninhibited love!
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