Everyone is wise till he speaks. ~ Irish Proverb
- Pre-cognitive dreams
They are those dreams in which we seem to anticipate the future. We see a situation that later happens or we receive news that is later confirmed in the vigil.
Many people experience these dreams since most of the time the information comes in the form of a nightmare, with high emotional impact. Coincidence? Premonition? Information that arrives telepathically?
- Visiting dreams
They are dreams in which we see or interact with people already deceased. These “encounters” are usually surrounded by a feeling of peace, as if that person had come to tell us that she is okay.
Unlike the previous category, people who experience these types of dreams usually wake up with a sense of relief and a revelation of a deep certainty of life after death.
- Lucid dreams
In these dreams we realize that we are dreaming. In the manner of the movie “Inception” (Origin), we are aware that our body is in bed while we visualize and experience scenes. Sometimes we can even change some aspects of the dream at will.
Lucid dreaming is a natural ability that we all possess. In ancient times, they were used for healing. It is possible to train ourselves to experience lucid dreams and thus use them to make changes in our attitudes or discover solutions to our problems.
- Shared dreams
In these dreams, two people dream the same thing or similar aspects appear in the dreams of both, for example details of the place or the events of the dream.
They are rare, but they do occur. You have to be vigilant. To discover that we have had one of these it is necessary that we adopt the habit of telling our dreams to the people who appear in them. It is surprising to come across these cases because they show us how much connection we have with others, beyond distances.
- Nested dreams
Sometimes we dream that we wake up, even that we wake up, but suddenly, we realize that it is a dream, and we really wake up. This is called “false awakening” and sometimes several occur in the same night.
If instead of waking up you dream again, then you have experienced a nested dream. A dream within the dream. It is as if our mind were cheating, pretending that we have already gotten up, to continue sleeping “a little more”.
- Prodromal sleep
In these dreams, the person receives information about a disease that she is suffering from but from which she has not manifested symptoms.
The body, with great wisdom, sends signals; but sometimes, in the madness of life today, we are not so vigilant as to detect them. Then the information leaks into the dream world. Many people have discovered a disease in this way and there are several very serious investigations in this regard, since through these types of dreams it would be possible to quickly detect those that require early treatment.
- Numinous dream
They are dreams where we contact spiritual figures, guides or beings of light. The person who dreams receives comfort, messages or even concrete guidance for everyday life.
It is immediately perceived that these are not “ordinary” dreams but that there is a special energy in them. It is worthwhile, after one of these dreams, to meditate on the message received. Many times great revelations happen in them.
- “Eureka” dreams
They are dreams where the solution to a problem is discovered. The famous dream of the scientist Von Kekulé, through which he solved a chemistry problem that was driving him crazy, is a classic of the researchers on this subject.
He was not the only one. The creator of the helicopter, the creator of the sewing machine and hundreds of inventors and artists (including John Lennon, with his song “Imagine”), claim to have brought his best creations from a dream.
Dreams are not only the nocturnal machinations of our subconscious. They also constitute a huge field of information and experience that allows us to explore reality, transform ourselves, and even heal.
Start valuing your dreams. Each one keeps a wonderful treasure of GROWTH, and they are the link of the Universe with you.
Leadership is a set of skills that can be learned by training, perception, practice and experience over time. Leadership learning is a lifetime activity and good leaders seek out development opportunities that will help them learn new skills. However, I believe souls can be natural born leaders, bringing traits from past lives for example into this world.
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Cosmic intelligent vibration refers to the sound of Om (or alternate spelling, Aum), as it represents Absolute Reality, or Brahman, in sound vibrations. It is the vibration of the primordial sound associated with the creation of the universe.
It is believed that before creation, the humming of energy existed. That sound became the vibration of creation, so the universe was created out of the cosmic intelligent vibration, the ever-present sound of Om. This vibration still exists around and within everyone.
My shackles are my thoughts, my over-ambitious out of sight dreams
My shackles are the voices in my head, so loving yet so protective in ways illogical it seems
My shackles are the moments where I stayed silent when I should have spoken
My shackles are the choices I made that still relentlessly haunt me out in the open
My shackles are the ideas that never turned to action, actions that could have changed my life
My shackles swamp me entirely and weigh me down, cutting every move made, pricks of a knife
My shackles speak to me, sometimes they even listen to my pleas
The shackles that bind my heart are slowly increasing, squeezing the penultimate drops of will see
They are the same shackles that I’ve fought so hard to break
But then, I am back in the corner where my shackles bind me floating in a lake
Scared of it all
The empty thoughts
The unresponsiveness of the sky
The soul grinds
Throws the key
And just lets it be
Clamped tight for the night
Thanks to the cold remedy the mind thinks heals so well…
Until the cracks of the eyes open onto another glimpse of dappled light
In an unfamiliar place
Maybe this will finally end the soul of this destructive chase
Or to another breakdown
Maybe the same whirlwind
That spent the last 8 hours
The shackles. The shackles. The shackled.
“Psychedelics are potent psychoactive chemicals or plants that can alter perception, mood, and cognitive processes. Some of the most common psychedelics include psilocybin (found in certain mushrooms), LSD, mescaline (found in San Pedro and peyote cacti), ayahuasca (a brew containing a woody vine and the leaves of the chacruna plant), and DMT (dimethyltryptamine).
Mind-altering psychedelic plants naturally grow as far afield as the Amazon, the Himalayas, and the Pacific Northwest of the US.
Psychedelics aren’t a new fad. Their use predates the written word, with archaeologists confirming their use in ancient ritual and ceremonial contexts. While the ingestion of psychedelics for recreational and sacred purposes has been ongoing, their therapeutic potential was first recognized by scientists in the mid-20th century.
Between 1950 and the mid-’60s, more than 1,000 clinical papers were published on psychedelic drug therapy, spearheaded by researchers awed by the assorted medical benefits these compounds could potentially offer.
The introduction of the Controlled Substances Act in 1970 saw psychedelics research slow to a trickle as government-sanctioned research ceased, and the compounds became tarred by the war on drugs.
Fast forward to the present day, and studies into this fascinating compound have picked up momentum again. Scientists are delving back into psychedelic research, exploring the myriad ways this unique medicine may help heal diverse ills. Recent research has shown promise in using psychedelics to treat substance dependency, PTSD, depression, anxiety, and to help with end-of-life care.”
The original meaning of sensei is one who is spiritually born before others. If one sticks to the original meaning, only those who understand life should be called sensei and a sensei is behaving like a teacher 24 hours a day, even in his daily life. A sensei is a spiritual teacher, guide, spirit guide or mentor.
The poison is in the dose served. ~ DiosRaw
Pratyaya is a Sanskrit term that can refer to several concepts, but in yoga, it typically refers to the contents of the mind – a single thought, a person’s basic tendencies or an object of focus in meditation. It can also refer to a person’s conscious impressions or internal seeds that do not disappear, even in the blissful state of samadhi.
In Buddhism, the concept of pratyaya refers to the causes, particularly of mental activity, and is divided into four types: hetu-pratyaya (direct cause), samanantara-pratyaya (immediately preceding cause), alambana-pratyaya (object as a cause) and adhipati-pratyaya (superior cause).