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7 Things you can do during dream yoga

As you explore astral dreaming, you may decide to experiment with dream yoga. If you hesitate, then you may wonder whether this is for you or, whether you do it already. On your journey to the next level, you have nothing to fear but fear itself.

Tibetans describe dream yoga as the original or basic state of lucid dreaming. They are historic masters at awakening their consciousness during dreams. Astral projecting is when you become aware of an out-of-body experience (OBEs). As you gain more conscious control of OBEs, you can become lucid.

Many methods exist to discipline the mind, deliberately induce OBEs and lucidity. As you contemplate whether this experience would appeal, or select among ones to share as comments, consider five things you can learn to do during dream yoga;

1) Manifest physical things-Based on your perception, you create external, objective physical things, and the internal, subjective physical things. Sights, sounds, smells, tastes and sensations are the external or objective physical things. The five base senses are the subjective of internal physical things.

2) Discriminate among feelings& shift recognition. You choose to experience positive, negative or indifferent energy. Then, you shift to identify particular things. This mental recognition exercise moves from unconscious to conscious. You bring the process to the surface and become observer.

3) Explore different places. You visualize a particular place in all its detail and go there, whether you have heard of it and visited there before or whether your imagination conjured an image from somewhere.  Your mind sharpens the texture.

4) Dialogue with enlightened beings- You interact with beings of higher awareness on dream planes and different levels of awareness.  You  only release what you learn into conscious awareness when these beings sense you are ready.

5) Meet with other sentient beings- When you mobilize your mind, you can actually plan to meet other sentient beings in designated places. That is, while your physcial body is at rest, your astral body can be directed elsewhere.

6) Unpack your paradoxes.  You evolve to realize all conditioned truths in waking life are lying to the awareness that knows them.  You await your own soul-level process of conscious awakening, trigger a domino effect and watch.

7) Dissolve or transcend the dream state. As you detach consciously from the physical body (recognize you are lucid) and detach from the dreaming mind (become observer to your dream within dream), then you move to observe the purest form of conscious awareness.  This is that level where you become aware of an emptiness and becaome aware of the nature and dimensions of the reality behind everything.



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Much to learn here! An amazing way of putting words on the page you have! :)
February 19, 2009 | Unregistered CommenterMark Salinas
I have read this entire page it is so interesting. I have had a recurring dream about a man who turns out to be my real father. It is so real and I have wondered since I was a little girl if the man who raised me was my biological father. Do you think this was the answer to my question? It is always a dream that I don't feel like I am asleep but I am. I would love to know the truth and I have tried to find out to no avail. Let me know what you think.

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Love and Blessings,
February 24, 2009 | Unregistered CommenterAngelBaby
Angelbaby, your brain has the ability to perform functions that make it possible for you to transcend physical life as you perceive it. Human beings frequently travel to astral realms, which include the perceived past, future, imagined places, dimensions of symbols and metaphors. This means you transcend everything you would identify as you in order to explore other realms of time and space. For some people, this kind of talk is like science fiction. For others, it is very real. As you open your heart and tame your ego, you tap into inner knowing. You do yourself a disservice to make someone outside yourself an authority on your thoughts and feelings. Guides are useful insofar as they orient you to reconnect to your core self.
February 24, 2009 | Registered CommenterLiara Covert
Wow, Liara, some pretty amazing posts you've got here. Great blog.
March 4, 2009 | Unregistered Commentertherapydoc
Mark, dreams offer a sphere of unlimited possibilities many humans do not begin to explore. South American shamans describe awakening from the dream of life as part of the process of "shape-shifting." As you evolve to be conscious during dreams, you can also shape the nature and means of your transformation. Awakened states of dreamwork can empower dreamers to explore different dimensions, interact with spirit energies and do things that the human mind would assume unfathomable.
March 4, 2009 | Registered CommenterLiara Covert
therapy doc, One view is that Western psychotherapy and Eastern mysticism follow different paths to the identical goal. An emotional issue will prompt a psychotherapst to explore and focus on the content of the perceived problem, and the potential underlying meanings related to facits of personality. This approach assumes hidden discomfort exists and must be deconstructed and reorganized before it is brought to surface consciousness. Only then can a patient begin to heal and move on.

Alternatively, approaching a meditation specialist or dream guru empowers an individual to learn and practice mental exercises himself. This strengthens and re-organizes the mind. Repressed or disorganized thoughts causing symptoms will move themselves to preferred levels of consciousness. As mental structures strengthen, this is about encouraging self-discovery and self-healing. As Lao Tzu says, "When the effective leader is finished with his work, the people say it happened naturally.”
March 4, 2009 | Registered CommenterLiara Covert

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