My first post for 2014 will pertain to my current perception of reality and where I feel I’m at…
For myself, my understanding of reality has shifted so far beyond the common labels people enjoy using (dreams, lucid dreams, astral projection, etc), I don’t identify with that terminology anymore. I simply don’t view reality in a way in which they work anymore. They’re too “physically limiting” for me now.
I have found that experiences in the non-physical (hell, even physical experiences) aren’t something you DO, they’re something you ARE.
As I’ve made mention before, I don’t DO lucid dreaming… instead, I AM lucidly aware.
I recognize that most (or even *ALL*) of the terms people use (dreams, lucid dreams, astral projections, etc) don’t objectively exist. There’s no such thing as a “dream”. There is only an experience in consciousness where your awareness is experiencing a reality which you believe is this physical reality, but it really isn’t.
To me, the labels above are absolutely and completely useless to convey the appropriate meaning of an experience.
As such, this is the method and mode in which I teach. To open the minds of those who come here to see beyond the labels that they have ‘read’ about and see past them to experience consciousness AS consciousness and not a neat and tidy box limiting their experiences. This is how we teach in Destynee’s Plan. We attempt to get the individual to leave their box behind and open their minds to the larger reality… that larger reality includes the physical.
I love this statement you make ” There’s no such thing as a “dream”. There is only an experience in consciousness where your awareness is experiencing a reality which you believe is this physical reality, but it really isn’t.”
They are all experiences. I so agree, and its so difficult to define them in any way, that we`d better just stop calling them names LOL 😉
Thank you for sharing such profound consideration. (i just `followed` your blog ! thanks ! Lory)
It’s my pleasure. It’s the reason why I write my blog. 🙂
The Labels which are commonly used as so inaccurate and unable to describe our experiences properly. That, and there are too many separations…
I have another article where I speak about how a lot of people believe that all consciousness is “one”, but then they still rely upon labels of separation in order to describe things. Well, if you believe all is one, then you can’t logically have a separation of experiences. There is no physical and non-physical, or dream and lucid dream … there’s only what you’re currently experiencing and how you’re experiencing it.
From my own direct experiences this has become so clear to me… and obvious. I’m always puzzled at why people continue to place these separations and dividers in their experiences.