There are many indications in dreams that show you are becoming more and more aware of the reality of a multidimensional existence beyond the physical world. During our time spent on the fifth dimension/astral plane we are likely to be involved in a wide variety of different dream scenes and scenarios, many of which have a sense of ‘realness’ to them. For instance you may be dreaming of interacting with certain people when they actually are there in their astral bodies just as you are there in your astral body. They may not remember seeing you in their dreams and vice-versa as how much of your dreams you will remember each day comes down to generally how awake you are to not only the reality of the world but also to the reality of yourself and how you interact with, relate to and affect the world. The more awake someone is to reality and the higher their level of being, the greater their ability to remember these dream interactions and what they experience or see each night when they go to sleep.If someone awakens their consciousness completely then they have complete awareness while dreaming, so technically they don’t dream at all as every time their physical body sleeps they enter the fifth dimension consciously by astral projecting and maintain this awareness until their physical body awakes and their consciousness returns back to the physical body. Since the vast majority of people do not posses higher levels of consciousness and only a small few posses full consciousness, much of what occurs on the astral plane between people quite often can’t be correlated with perfect accuracy due to the impact the subconscious has upon dream imagery. So for instance, two people may dream of one another on the same night, (astral time is not linear so one person may dream of someone else and hours later the other person has a correlating dream), but the contents of the dreams may not be exactly the same due to the effects of the subconscious. If you have a dream with someone else in it and they don’t remember having dream interactions with you this doesn’t mean your dreams are wholly subconscious. It may even be that you were interacting with someone who looks similar to someone you know and your subconscious influences how you perceived their face. Also, when someone attempts to awaken their consciousness the forces that oppose humanity awakening come to stop that individual from experiencing higher realities and they very often disguise themselves as people familiar to the dreamer sometimes as a type of distraction and sometimes with sinister aims. To know for sure whether someone is a sinister being you have to look into their eyes and you will know if they are benevolent or malevolent by the feelings you receive from looking into their eyes. There are many possibilities as to what is occurring on the fifth dimension as people fall asleep into it but as individuals all we can really do is use this dimension to improve ourselves and contribute to improving the world so it’s best to approach your dream life with the aim of learning as opposed to just having fun. The astral plane can be a lot of fun in the beginning which is fine but if you’re not aiming to be aware in both waking and dreaming life you will eventually be drawn back into the subconscious.
We need to understand that dreams are not there for our entertainment as if we have simply switched from watching the television to watching the ‘astralvision’. This is a realm that not only humanity inhabits but also higher and lower beings along with other sentient beings similar to humans but who have lifted their level of consciousness as a species to the point where they are consciously aware in this dimension. So due to the general low-level of consciousness that humanity possesses most people are completely unaware of the potential we have to improve our world by accessing the astral plane and using it to our advantage.
It can be easy to be complacent when considering the evolution of humanity and the uplifting of human consciousness. I know this because I see it in myself. It seems that many people think the lifting of human consciousness is just something that will happen naturally but this is the complete opposite of the qualities of consciousness and of nature. If you look at nature, things are born, they grow, they reach their peak, they decline, they die and they decay after death – this is the natural evolution of life on Earth. Awakening consciousness is not a part of natural evolution – it’s not something that just happens naturally – it’s a REVOLUTIONARY process, not an evolutionary one. This means it needs to be activated. It does not sit passively and wait for itself to awaken. It does not activate itself – the being activates it and this is a choice made by each individual being. Each individual being chooses whether or not they wish to revolutionize themselves or if they are satisfied to remain locked in the sleep of the subconscious, unknowingly contributing to the darkness of the psychological sleep that plagues humanity. If you want to break away from the natural evolution of man and the process of decline occurring to the majority of this humanity you have to be revolutionary and active in your approach to experiencing higher realities. Don’t be just another passively entertained bystander who possesses barely any awareness of higher dimensions or personal mystical experience – this is only evolution. Those people who wish for change to come to the most troubling issues of the world and who close their minds off to the possibility of the existence of the astral plane are one of the greatest problems in so called progressive societies.
Just because something is evolving, doesn’t mean it is evolving for the better. It may be evolving externally and physically while the consciousness goes deeper into sleep but to an outside observer with very little consciousness it will appear as a sign of “true progress” as this is in the very nature of the sleep of humanities subconscious – to mistake decline for progress. Aspects of the physical world can contribute to uplifting humanity but if those involved in physical projects are not working towards lifting their own level of being and awakening consciousness the fruits of their works have no connection to a higher revolutionary purpose and are therefor only a part of the natural process of evolutionary cycles.
There is much you can learn from your dreams and even more if you can astral project or become lucid on a regular basis. Even those who find becoming lucid or astral projecting difficult can experience extremely profound or clairvoyant dreams if they are trying to understand the deeper meaning of life through spirituality and engaging in conscious thought. Many people have experienced becoming lucid during a dream and even more have had dreams where they can recall themselves flying through the air simply as themselves without any adaptations or technology, a bit like the comic book character Superman does. This is one of the best indications that you have lifted your level of consciousness during dreams and can be an excellent source of inspiration to yearn for more experiences of the oddities of the astral plane, like traveling through the center of the earth and popping out the other side, and then to move towards seeking deeper and more esoteric knowledge through available teaching sources on the astral plane. This esoteric knowledge is a massive help to learning the history of your being, understanding humanity, the state of the world, where humanity is headed and what you as an individual need to do or not do in order live more in line with the Glorian or the ‘Will of God’.
Most people who have consciously flown on the astral plane will most likely describe it as an incredible experience which left them with an enduring feeling long after they awoke. Even those dreams where you don’t become lucid but experience flying at some point can leave powerful impressions that activate the aspect of imagination with the ability to access possibilities beyond the physical realm.
The first ever lucid dream I had occurred because I was flying during a dream. I had been dreaming for sometime and I found myself very high up in the sky. When I realized I was flying in the sky, I looked down and could see the earth and the ocean underneath me along a coastline, with a few clouds in between myself and the surface. As soon as I realized I was suspended in mid-air I became fearful and with that fear I fell out of the sky. I was very young at the time, and my body was still quite small and light, so as I fell a thought came to me that I might just be light enough to safely land on the cloud. I know this wouldn’t be possible physically but at the time, like I said, I was young and this didn’t seem like too much of an impossibility to me. When I reached the cloud I landed softly upon it. That was when I realized I was in a dream and I felt the most exciting feeling I had ever had up until that point in my life. Even though I knew nothing of lucid dreaming or the astral plane I intuitively knew that I could do anything I wanted, since after all it was a dream. Amazed at the fact that I had been flying, I decided to try to fly again and looked out for the nearest cloud to land upon. I took a run up and propelled myself with a huge leap into the sky in an effort to land on the nearest cloud. I made it and because it was such an enjoyable feeling jumping from cloud to cloud I kept going. I spent most of my dream that night circling the Earth, jumping from cloud to cloud, with bigger and bigger jumps each time, each time becoming more and more amazed at what I was doing. When I awoke I was left with an unmistakable feeling of bliss within. This bliss was due to an inner realization that I was not completely locked into this physical world as I had my first taste of true freedom beyond the physical body.
One of the most effective ways to get yourself into the habit of taking to flight on the astral plane to wake yourself up in the astral plane is to train yourself to mentally and physically inquire which dimension you are awake in. It sounds very trivial and can feel quite silly as at times you are without a doubt, completely sure you’re in the physical and not the astral but it’s more about training the mind to question reality as opposed to the actual questioning to get an answer. There are different techniques you can use for this questioning but the most important factor is making sure they are safe to do. For instance we wouldn’t want to question by walking straight into walls to see if we go through them or not. One of the most common ones is to pull your index finger every time you question your reality. If you do this on the astral plane you’ll see it stretch and Presto! You realize you’re dreaming. This technique is good for times when it’s more appropriate to do a reality check discretely. At times when you have the opportunity to be a bit bolder and aren’t overrun by egos of pride that fear judgment and embarrassment you can do a reality check jump.
Learning to Fly – The Jump Reality Check
Reality checks are a perfect beginner exercise but can be something that you always come back to as it’s good for the consciousness to have the mind question reality in whatever way it can. With a reality check jump the inquiring is a little bit different from pulling the finger and a bit more exciting too. As the mind easily becomes accustomed to things leading to it becoming bored, reality checks can turn into a mechanical act where a serious questioning or inquiring no longer takes place. This is why I personally prefer The Jump as it’s not only a questioning of your surroundings but also a questioning of your abilities. This is just a personal preference and all individuals need to experiment to find out what works best for them.
This is very simple.
1. Become aware of where you are. Take in your surroundings.
2. Ask yourself internally – “Can I fly?” or “What dimension am I in?”
3. Put your will into wanting to take off and fly. *Or if you prefer levitating put your will into wanting to hover in the air.
4. Jump to take off in flight or to hover in the air.
*Obviously if you could fly in the physical world you probably wouldn’t try to take off whilst there’s a roof not to far above your head but the laws that govern the astral world are different and if you were to do this there you would go straight through the roof and pop out the other side.
Do this enough, with proper inquiring and a sincere wish to experience lucid dreaming and you will have success with it. It may take sometime depending on the individual and what else they are doing to awaken consciousness but this is perfect for those who are interested in experiencing the astral plane but are not as drawn to esoteric knowledge. It’s also very good for those who feel they lack the time to practice astral techniques other than when they go to sleep but are still very keen to lucid dream.
In a situation where it is more appropriate to not be jumping around the place you can do a small hop just to see if you hover but remember to not be concerned with other peoples thoughts whilst you do this because this will override the intent of the will. I enjoy making it a bit of fun and really getting into the possibility that I could fly so therefore I tend to make it more of an animated exercise when I can. Sometimes it’s good to “turn some heads” and sometimes it’s not – follow your intuition. It can be hard to really feel that will to fly when your monitoring what you look like but at the same time you don’t need to be too animated to feel that will. You can have a great will to levitate and take only a small tiny jump barely an inch high and find this works just as well. As with any practice it’s a process of discovery and refinery for the individual. I was not taught to be particularly animated when doing this reality check but this was something I discovered worked really well for me when I began using the jump. I guess I’m innately more of a flier than I am a hoverer.
Once the mind has been trained to question the ability to fly it will begin to do the same questioning whilst dreaming. Then in your dreams you may find yourself in familiar scenes where you question your ability to fly and the dimension you’re in, you find that you can fly – and Wallah! You realize you’re dreaming and that means you’re in the astral plane. For people of little imagination or who find it very difficult to let go of their constructed ideas of physical reality as the only reality or who are clouded by their own arrogance, this technique will likely be very difficult for them to even attempt as they have so much subconscious internal resistance to taking the revolutionary leap needed to achieve success in lucid dreaming with this technique. These sad people are happy in their subconscious sleep, confined in their living to the physical dimensions and so to the eternal sleep they shall return when their physical bodies disintegrate into nothingness because they made no effort to awaken or experience dimensions beyond the physical in their lifetimes never mind simply considering the possibility of the existence of higher dimensions that can be experienced just as the physical world can.
The whole point is that something occurs that triggers you into realizing you’re dreaming and finding yourself in mid-air or in flight is a very good trigger in my experience. Explore what feels and works best for you with reality checks and good luck waking up on the Astral 🙂 If you get there, try calling a spiritual Master (Belsebuub or Hilarion are a couple of examples or you may have heard of others that are currently risen) to receive knowledge of the secrets of existence instead of wasting the opportunity for a short stint of fun on the astral plane.