Re: [Meditation Society of America] lucid dreaming - the joke is on me
- --- In email@example.com, Gregory Goode
> At 02:52 PM 2/3/2004 +0000, Nina wrote:character always dreamt of falling from the sky. And in these
> >Crazy to think this, but as I fell, I kept having to remind
> >myself that it was a dream. Hehe, and, admittedly, I didn't
> >have the guts to keep my eyes open in that moment that I
> >fell into the ground. I did, however, peek through one slitted
> >eye, just to make sure I was in that brown soil, still
> I saw BUFFALO SOLDIERS the other night. Joaquin Phoenix's
dreams, he actually landed.
>dreams) to see it they carried a more refined truth than waking state
> Many years ago when I was looking into subtle phenomena (like
experiences, I had a remarkable dream. It was a dream in which I had
a lucid dream. When I awoke from this dreamed dream (dream 2), I was
still in dream 1. In it, I had the experience of the
interpenetrability of all levels of consciousness, and was walking
around a futuristic shopping center. And when I awoke from dream 1
back to the "waking state," this feeling remained, and my questions
about greater truths on more subtle levels were resolved.
>Thanks for sharing that, Greg. It reminds me of nested Russian dolls
viewing each other with xray eyes. If you are moved to, further
elaboration would be welcomed...