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. … Continue Reading
Nymphaea caerula (Sacred Blue Lotus)
Going back many years now I was very interested in experimenting with psychoactive plant derived substances that reputedly enhanced ones ability to experience higher dimensions or altered states of consciousness. One plant I was particularly interested in due to it’s historical use by Egyptian priests and depictions in Egyptian art was the Sacred Blue Lotus or the Blue Lilly of the Nile as I knew it back then. I was particularly drawn to this plant because I read that it could be used to help induce lucid dreaming experiences or if not taking one to that level of lucidity during dream states then to enhance dreams giving them an extremely vivid quality. I had experimented with a few different mind altering substances considered to be psychedelic in nature and found them to be interesting but did not feel that they particularly gave me anything spiritual. When I say spiritual I’m referring to higher feelings or mystical experiences that don’t involve huge changes in perception but I still feel in my heart that certain psychoactive chemical do have a place in the world through their use as a medicinal treatment and their potential to grant personal insight into ones own nature.
The Blue Lotus however proved to be different. Firstly I’d like to explain the two different ways in which I experimented with this plant. The first time I managed to purchase the plant material I was told the product was material from the Blue Lotus plant soaked in extract from the flower. I smoked this through a water pipe before I went to bed. It was on this occasion that I experienced one of the more profound vivid/lucid dreams I’ve had. This happened only a couple week after I had purchased a book on Astral Travel with an esoteric dream symbol guide in it for dream interpretation. The second time I experimented with the Blue Lotus I drank a glass of wine that had lotus petals soaking in it for a few days. On this occasion I had no significant dreams that night and in fact the drink was quite disagreeable with my digestive system. It made me feel very physically relaxed but mentally excited which essentially kept me from going to sleep immediately after ingesting it. My dreams that night were very mundane in content with no obvious symbolism present but rather just the normal everyday things in life. It was almost like I was living my daily life through my dream by going to work as usual with my daily routine. … Continue Reading
The past fortnight I’ve had a few interesting occurrences happen which were of a particularly mystical quality and involving uncanny coincidences… well I thought so anyway. These types of things haven’t happened to me for sometime and lately it has felt as though I’ve been getting into some sort of spiritual flow where I’m being thrown random messages left, right and center which really confirm for the fact that there is a subtle higher force guiding me and trying to remind me constantly of the things of greatest importance for me and my spiritual growth in the here and now.
the simultaneous occurrence of events which appear significantly related but have no discernible causal connection
The terms coincidence and serendipity can also be used to describe such occurrences but the quality that separates synchronicity from these terms is that the individual experiencing them describes them as being MEANINGFUL in their nature. This term was coined by the well know psychologist Carl Jung in the early twentieth century.
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