Dreaming have always been a fascination of mine. There are many forms of dreams; day dreams, sleeping dreams and the dreams you want to achieve. When I look at day dreaming, it is kind of like spacing out or resting on the couch, but not falling completely to sleep. We can experience anxiety in our day dreams, but can also gain inspiration from our day dreams. Sometimes when I have a creative block, I allow myself to day dream. Images and ideas eventually come to me which I end up using in my art.
I have an affinity for sleeping. When my body is at rest, I am able to travel the astral. Most of the time I am not conscious while sleeping, but I have experienced lucid dreaming a few times. When I was younger I became aware that I was dreaming and started to control my dreams. I recall wanting to go to a music concert and just with that thought, I altered my dreams and a rock concert appeared. There was another time where I was living in Chicago and I was asleep. Again, I woke up in my dreams and found myself in the house I grew up in, which was in a completely different part of the country. I remember looking at my astral body hands and then trying to walk through walls. I didn’t make it all the way through the wall because it felt very weird and I ended up waking up from my sleep.
I think all the different forms of dreams are all connected. What I day dream and dream at night about are usually related to the dreams I want to achieve. My dreams are filled with music, writing, comedy, teaching, energy work, etc. Sure I’ve had my fair share of nightmares. They have surfaced in my waking life, day dreams and sleeping dreams. I look at nightmares as energy, energy from someone or somewhere else that I have resisted and allowed to enter my space. I’ve learned that blaming and complaining won’t do anything. It is simply a matter of making a choice to move it out and to embrace your truth.
When I first got into spirituality I was all about astral projection. I wanted to have these amazing out of body experiences. Over time what I have learned is that what makes me the most happy is when I am experiencing a dream in the body. What does that even mean? From my perspective, what it looks like for someone to be experiencing a dream in their waking life is when their astral body and physical body are synced up. In addition to that, a person is grounded (connected to the earth) and aligned with their higher-self (purpose). Their energy is in movement and they are present. That scenario is what I call – MAGIC.
What do you day dream about? Have you ever had a lucid dream? What dreams do you want to achieve this life-time?
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