“True illuminates do not dream. Dreams are for those who are asleep. True illuminates live in the higher worlds, out of the physical body, in a state of intensified wakefulness without ever dreaming.”
Learn the ancient practical methods to awaken consciousness in the world of dreams.
Scriptures describe how prophets and mystics always acquired wisdom and guidance in dreams. Consciousness in dreams has always been of the utmost spiritual and psychological importance. Astral projection, lucid dreaming, out of body experiences, and vision quests are all part of the extensive science called Dream Yoga, the sacred knowledge of consciously harnessing the power of the dream state.
This book is a practical guide to lead you towards your own conscious experience of the world of dreams. The time has arrived to abandon theories and beliefs in exchange for personal experience of reality. By awakening consciousness here and now in the physical world, we stop dreaming during the day; subsequently, we stop dreaming at night, and instead, enter the world of dreams with the consciousness awake.
“Whosoever awakens the consciousness stops dreaming. Whosoever awakens the consciousness becomes a competent investigator of the superior worlds.” —Samael Aun Weor
Is all what I was seeking for my spiritual journey blessings love and light
Enjoying reading about the tools to access consciousness - specifically our Astral bodies/world. Would recommend this book as a must for beginners and beyond as learners of Gnosis!
In times like this it's so important to understand and put in practice immediately the methods to awaken consciousness... a recommended read!
Very helpful book- I received it faster than I thought I would have. In perfect condition. Thank you!
This book really helped me with tools to use in order for me to be more aware when I'm dreaming. Since I've been practicing and meditating with the techniques I learned in this book, I've noticed about three separate instances where I have been able to be consciously aware in my dreams. This is very encouraging, and I also love the idea of keeping a dream journal for reflection and meditation.