Re: [Meditation Society of America] Re: Pleaz read, Something to try
- Congratulations on your gentle openness. With that attitude, I would trust your inner wisdom isguiding you. If you haven't done any Jungian dream work, I would recommend Robert Johnson's book Inner Work. Another Jungian, Arnold Mindell, has developed the concept of the "dreambody" in a book by that title. That, too, might be of interest relative to your postures. Blessings.----- Original Message -----From: alienprobemasterSent: Friday, November 28, 2003 8:33 PMSubject: [Meditation Society of America] Re: Pleaz read, Something to tryFrom: "Terry Wall" <terryw@i...>
Date: Sat Nov 29, 2003 3:07 am
Subject: Re: [Meditation Society of America] Pleaz read, something
Well my point is not to push back the Unconcious Energy, nor can i
even help going into this Lucid dream (Thanx for that dream
description). My point is why do I always wake up in the body posture
I described from these dreams ? I dont even go to bed in that
posture, too dificult to sleep, I always sleep on my right side. Next
time I get 1 of these dreams I will let it go with the flow,
allthough I will still have to control myself manually. Also to add,
some times I have a type of strange conciousness in this dreams but
are unable to modify it nor even able to control my movement, maybe I
should wait and see, it probably was one of thoughs future dreams
instead of a Lucid dream. But thanx anywho.
State of Mind Now : Kings dont make nights, actions do.
>Lucid dreaming is certainly possible by much easier methods than the
>one you propose. The real question is, what is the point? If dreams
>are the voice of the unconscious trying to get through to us, this
>is just another ploy to push that energy back underground. Better to
>spend the energy honoring the symbols and their messages.
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