At some point on our treks through the valleys and mountain paths crisscrossing the intriguing remains of mystical and esoteric teachings that come down to us from ancient times, many of which managed to survive repression by mainstream religions to be modernized by twentieth century teachers and facilitators into conveniently updated Zen, Vedanta, Magick, Sufism and the like, we come across references to the White Brotherhood, the Secret Chiefs, the Ascended Masters.
Have you ever awoken from a particularly vivid dream to wonder what it could possibly mean? Do our nighttime reveries have real meaning and significance, or are they nothing more than random “white noise” generated as our brains recharge? In The Secret of Dreams , author Yacki Raizizun presents a remarkably comprehensive overview of the deeper meaning of these strange and wondrous mental fantasies.
A original short story by Justin Phillips. Original artwork by Shaun Power. “Clayton Garner sprung from his bed, tripping over the retro alarm clock which he must have knocked across the room in fervent kicks of a wild dream. The details were fading fast, though he could clearly remember flying through swirling vortexes in outer space with some red-haired beauty– of course none of that mattered now that he was running late for the first day at his new job.”
Sovereign Abilities welcomes Justin to our website as a new author. He has a Facebook group, MindVenture Club – Lucid Daydreaming – Creative Arts – Short Stories. This club is a collection of stories, guided visualizations, immersive daydreaming and creative arts guaranteed to take you on a grand adventure without ever leaving your chair. Snuggle in, and prepare for take-off. Enjoy Justin’s newest fictional short story. The gorgeous, and original, artwork on the splash image of this post is the work of Shaun Power.
Lucid dreaming is easy to learn. It’s usually much easier to achieve than an Astral Projection. If you try a few different techniques for lucid dreaming, you will see results quickly because in the dream state we are much more psychically attuned.
A lucid dream is a dream during which dreamers, while dreaming, are aware they are dreaming. We have all experienced lucid dreams at some point and most of us remember those dreams very vividly. Follow this simple technique and you might have your first lucid dream, on the first night
Your dream world is just as real as your conscious world. Your dreams are expressions of your day that come from your physical brain but your dreams are also very real travels and experiences that the real you, the non-physical you, experiences while your physical body sleeps. Learn to control your dreams by becoming conscious during the dream state