The part that leaves is your weakest part. Therefore, when you see it you've got a good idea of what you should avoid becoming when you wake up. If you can avoid becoming like your weakness, you will be strong. Also, your dream travels ahead in time toward the direction of your momentum. Because of this you have at least 24 hours notice of your own future. The next day you will be in for a close encounter with that future. Remain the way you were in your dream and that encounter will be déja vu.
Now that you know why we recommend you avoid becoming like your dream but instead remain the way you were in your dream, you're ready to read the method used at The Dream Hot-Line. (773-589-2471 PO Box 34934 Chicago, IL 60634). When you've discovered your dream's momentum and you'd prefer to travel your own path instead, I've personally taken to trying the path out to the right or left of my dream's geographical location (from where I dreamt the dream.) For example, if my dream was of a place North of where I slept, I find myself feeling stronger to the East or West. Good déja vu to you and pleasant dreams.
Mr. Dubetz talks about the déja vu experience as a a means
of transforming one's personality. He doesn't mention precognitive dreaming
as such, but I think this is what is implied here. Precognition is the
ability to sense something that will happen in the future. It has been
determined in spontaneous case studies that ESP material is more frequently
obtained through dreams than in the waking state. We can seek out our potential
and abilities through such material. In fact, precognitive dreaming is
the most commonly reported ESP experience in our society. In other words,
at present, we are most comfortable with an unconscious ability displaced
into the future. If we practice the techniques described in this booklet,
we may be able to verify this experience and bring our precognitive ability
Dr. J.L. Mitchell
Author, Out of Body Experience
How many times have you
fallen from a cliff and survived to tell about it? How many times have
you flown without wings? How many times have you been killed and lived
to speak of it as if nothing really happened? Never, I'll bet, in this
reality. But all of us have experienced these things in the other reality
Imagine this is your dream.
Anyone can see the power and influence of this dream and the calamity
that can come from misread- ing the messages of dreams. Read correctly
with me along the way of dreams and your dreams will strengthen your life
instead of causing doubt, anxiety, or possibly destruction. Dreams properly
read will lead you to your destiny. They will show you where not to tread
and which path to avoid on the road to life's fulfillment. You need to
know two things about the dream in order to be advised by it. You need
to know the middle and the impression of the middle. Read chapters one
and two carefully and try the examples along the way with me so you may
be adept at find- ing the middle and the dreamer's impression of that middle
while he dreamt it. Good luck and lots of money I can't guarantee but comfort
in your own well-being I can begin to show you. Look at it this way, the
message in your dream is like a flash of light from a lighthouse on a foggy
night. A cap- tain knows this light is telling him that rocky shores are
ahead; stay clear - you're heading in the wrong direction. An adventurous
child who got caught in the fog on a boat he stole for a joy ride might
think he was real smart and head straight for the beacon of light. Right
straight into the rocks, right straight into the hereafter. Hitler took
the course of the child and instead of sailing away from the light of his
dream, he headed straight for that light, wrecked his soul and a ship with
millions aboard. His childish fears and delusions of grandeur coupled with
the power he held was a recipe for disaster. Read this book and learn how
to sail away from the lighthouses in your dreams and live to sail on and
on and on.
between the two states of before and before and after there is always
a middle state. In this dream the state between sleep for the husband and
his deadly state that followed was the state of assault with the softball
bat. The softball bat was the middle of this dream be- cause it was between
the husband's sleep and death and because it created the strongest impression,
an example so strong it can kill. Here's another example:
Using the method we used in the first two dreams, see if you can
find the middle symbol. What will you choose? Did you choose the dam? The
dam was the middle symbol because it created a strong impression of worry
and it was the middle ground between the two sides of the gulley. Now we
now the middle ground of your dream is between different sides and creates
a strong impression. The soft- ball bat created the ground between life
and death; the chain created the difference between jumping and standing
still, and the dam created the difference between one side of the gulley
and the other. Going back a little farther, the dirt that filled the trench
in Hitler's dream was the differ- ence between the explosion and the trench
he was in and it certainly, along with the other middle symbols we have
looked for, created a strong impression.
Here is a dream that might be a little more difficult.
Here's an example of the middle's ability
to hold differences in common. You're dreaming again and...
and it also is the ground between where the men were and where they
want to be. You should be getting pretty good at finding the middle of
dreams, or at least have a pretty good grasp of how to look for the middle.
I'm going to give you three dreams in . a row now without telling you what
I think the middle is until all three dreams are read. So, you're on your
own now for a little while. Don't peek ahead to see if you chose correctly.
Wait until you have decided what the middle is in each of the following
There was a train station I was sur
prised to be in and a train with a
large light approaching. I was sur
prised when it passed me by without
What is the middle?
for the middle symbol. In dream number one, a decision between one
pie and another had to be made. The decision was the middle between the
two pies. In dream number two, the dreamer is sitting in a cathedral. Two
people are kneeling in allegiance to the throne of the land. Between the
throne and the two people kneeling is the crown which the dreamer wears.
The crown is the middle. In dream number three, there was a train station
which was ap proached by a train and passed by the train. Between the approach
of the train and its passing was the station. It was the middle symbol.
The three middle symbols were a decision, a crown and a station. How do
your choices compare with mine? Two out of three isn't bad. Do three in
a row again; in fact, let's try four. Write down in the margins of the
book your choice for middle symbol this time so you can't hedge on what
you chose when we compare.
You see a large diamond with
a round top and a point on the
bottom. It has a gray sheen over
it but you think this is some
thing unclear in your vision
and not something wrong with
How's your batting average so far? You should give yourself plenty of time and not try to rush your
decisions on the middle choice. Remember you are only be ginning
and some of these dreams are pretty tricky. Try a few more; take your time,
and though I have picked dreams which I'm quite certain about, don't be
hesitant to disagree with my choices. Maybe we'll be in more agree ment
as the book progresses. Listen to these dreams.
I'm not going to give you my choice for the middle symbol because I'd like you to begin becoming inde pendent in your decisions.
Try this one with only a few hints from me as
to where you should not look.
The similarity is not visual, and in fact, two middle sym bols can look completely different and still be similar. For example, in the dream we have just done together, I picked the people interrupting the dreamer's shower to be one mid dle symbol, and you picked the train that ran through the house to be the other. People and trains don't look alike, so how could they be similar? Here's how. The commuter train was giving the dreamer the impression it ran through the house. The impression it gave was convenience for one side but not necessarily for the rest of the train line. The other middle symbol, the people interrupting the dreamer's shower, gave the dreamer the impression that these people were doing their thing, that is getting their conversations in
the dreamer and keeping their breakfast schedule on time, but at the inconvenience of the dreamer. She said she didn't care about the inconvenience. The two middle symbols we chose are similar because they both give the impression that they are convenient. Thus, from two middle symbols we receive one similar im pression, which is convenient. The impression is the step that leads us from the middle symbol to the actual message of the dream. So let us get on to that step called the im pression.
Now that door is a middle symbol because it separates what you want
from where you are. It also creates the strongest impression. The door
is more than just a passage between two areas. It's an obstacle to an important
tele phone communication. The door has become a subjective impression,
OBSTACLE. Only by remembering how you felt about it when you dreamt about
it can you properly evaluate the impression you will need for step two.
What was that impression of the door while you were dreaming it? Do you
remember? What a damnable obstacle. That impression is what step two is
all about. Once you've a wakened you can be influenced by your surroundings
and not the dream. The middle symbol then is like a fish out of water.
What you thought about the middle in its own real ity, dream reality, is
what's important. That's the impres sion you look for. Example:
gunman, or the shot? What do you choose? The middle symbol is the
blood. It holds the gunman and the wound in common and also creates the
strongest impression. What now was the dreamer's impression of the blood?
The impression, if you choose correctly, is "it's no real pain." It's no
real pain; that's what the dreamer thought of the blood when he realized
he was bleeding. Try an other example.
impression was, "I must walk them alone." The ruins im pressed him, the dreamer, with loneliness. Loneliness is the impression in this dream.
What impression is given about the middle of this dream?
This dream seems to be filled with impressions. Which one is the
one we are looking for? It's the impression of the middle of the dream
of course. We have in this dream a great change of moods from peaceful
grazing deer to at- tacking man-eating deer. What happened in the middle
of these of these two different moods? Try to remember. The dreamer decided
to leave the deer alone, thinking their mood was so good he would certainly
not want to stay any long er for he might scare them or distract them.
He said leave well enough alone. He turned around, and so did the mood
of the dream and the deer in it. This turning around was the middle of
the dream. The dreamer turned around thinking well enough should be left
alone. That's the impression we want. The impression of well enough was
that it should be "left alone." "Left alone" is as crystallized as we can
make the impression. Are you beginning to see how we must choose the proper
impression of the middle? Keep prac ticing with two in a row now. I'll
save my comments till aft- er the second dream has been read. Try it alone
What were the two impressions these dreams gave? First choose the middle and then decide what the dream er's impression of the middle was. Did you try to use the dreamer's exact words in describing the middles? That is always the easiest way to describe the middle's im . pression. Use the dreamer's own words. Using the dreamer's own words gets the dreamer more deeply in volved with the interpretation, and after all, it is his or her dream, isn't it?
In dream number one we had a cat with a clutching grip that wouldn't let go. The difference between the cat's arm and the dreamer's arm was the grip. The grip is the middle symbol here and the impression of that grip was that it was clutching and wouldn't let go. "Clutching" is the impression. Is that what you chose?
In dream number two we had an attachÄ case with two compartments
inside. The whole case was the middle symbol because it held two different
compart ments inside together in common. The dreamer thought that this
case was very nice but "nothing special." "No thing special" is the impression.
How did you do?
should have been good enough."
I won't tell you my choice for impression of the middle in the dream I just related, but I will tell you the middle was the admittance card. You decide what the impres- sion of that card was. Remember, let the dreamer give you the answer.
Here are three dreams in a row. This time, as you did in chapter one, commit your decision as to what the im pressions of these dreams are by actually writing them down either in the book or on a separate paper. Make your choices carefully.
In dream number one, the dreamer was saying goodbye to his old neighborhood going from house to house. From house to house tells me there is a place between these houses. That is where we should look for the middle sym bol. The dreamer said there was something between his trips. Remember the snow? The snow is the middle sym bol. The impression it gave our dreamer was that it slowed him down; it hindered him. The impression of dream num ber one is therefore hindrance. Is that the choice you made?
In dream number two, the dreamer was about to close a door when something opened the door causing the dream er to fall in a faint to the floor. Her family didn't believe the story but when the door closed her sister believed her and told her to get away. The symbol between people be lieving her and not believing her was what opened and closed the door. That symbol is the middle. The impres sion that middle symbol gave was one of fear. The im pression of the middle symbol scared the dreamer into a faint and scared her into awakening. The impression therefore in dream two is, scary. What was your choice?
In the last dream of this series, dream number three, a corridor between a street and a cave should immediately strike you as the middle symbol. Any description of be tweenness is your signal that this is the middle symbol. Now, what did the dreamer get from this corridor? He got the impression that the corridor was destroying people. The impression in dream number three is "de stroying."
The three impressions of these dreams were: I. hindrance, II. scary, and III. destroying. Did your choices for impressions compare with mine in any way?
Two out of three isn't bad. If you didn't do as well as you thought you should have, don't be discouraged. There are many more examples we can do together and still some examples you can try on your own. In every dream you dream yourself you should be trying to find the middle and your impression of it. Remember, if you are going to or already have tried this method on a friend's dream, your friend's impression of the middle is what you want, not yours. Every dream is a personal message and only the dreamer's impression of the middle symbol is important. Here's an easy one.
crush on an older woman who unfortunately died in a drowning accident.
What if you saw perfection? Could you improve and learn from this perfection? What if the per fection was your impression of the middle of your dream? What if that impression of the middle were perfection be cause it was always wrong wrong for you now until your next dream. Wouldn't it be advisable to avoid something perfectly wrong? OUR IMPRESSION OF THE MIDDLE IS SOMETHING WE SHOULD LEARN TO AVOID. That's the lesson in every dream. AVOID BECOMING YOUR IM PRESSION OF THE MIDDLE. That impression of the mid dle is perfectly wrong. Knowing your impression is perfect ly wrong about anything all the time, no exception, is a blow to any person's pride; but you can think of this impres sion of yours as a constant, as a beacon of light shining from a lighthouse on the rocky shores of life. It's always warning you not to endanger your ship. It sends you away but leaves you plenty of other ports to call on. It sends you sailing on and gives you a day's life that is a little less im perfect. Every perfectly wrong thing you can eliminate from your life tends to lead your life closer to the perfectly
right. It really works! Trying this method wil be the only way you
will know if I am right or wrong. Do you think you are ready? This is the
method that will answer "What does it mean?"
ander's disciplined army, which he personally led, gained the advantage, won the battle and eventually vanquished all of Persia. Darius was caught by some of his army try ing to vanish from the country after this disaster and was executed by his own guard. For want of a dream? We don't know what would have happened if Darius had listened to his dream's message and avoided vanishing, but it sure makes you wonder, doesn't it?
Try giving the answer to this dream question using an other historical
dream. Don't worry, you won't change history for the worse if you get it
wrong. Answer the question this Greek general might have asked you when
he was trapped between a deep river behind him and an army of Persians
before him. He knows this time he won't be able to withstand the Persian
offensive and yet re treat across a deep strong river will be too slow.
His forces will be cut down by Persian arrows. The general falls asleep
pondering the situation and awakens after this dream, asking you the interpreter,
"What does it mean?" This is the dream.
decision is that the general should avoid freeing himself in any direction as the ropes did. A large bag of gold for you, because a messenger brought news during the night some soldiers called to some girls across the river that was thought too deep to cross and after conversation, the girls invited the soldiers to cross at a secret location up the river, not just anywhere, but at a ford where the water was shallow. Only thighhigh was the water all the way across. Congratulate yourself. You told the general to avoid freeing himself in any direction. Now he knows he must walk in a very special direction.
After you've rested and enjoyed that bag of gold, try another dream.
My editor wanted me to cut this dream in half but don't let its length be misleading. There is a repetitive theme. See if you can find it with me. Look for the middle in each segment. There is the first part of the dream, when the dreamer crosses a bridge; the part when the dreamer sees someone else's dream, and the vision of a large blue stone. Lapis lazuli means blue stone. Read the dream again and try to find the strongest impressions the dreamer received from ththe three segments. (The fourth segment was an- other impression of segment two.)
The first middle symbol was the bridge. It held two shores in common, separated the water into two sides, and gave the dreamer an impression of being close but safe. The second middle symbol is the segment about the many people and the one person who together proposed the dreamer paint a dream. This dream-in-a-dream is set in the middle of a blue lake. It has to be a middle symbol doesn't it? The third middle symbol is the lapis lazuli segment. This stone held two different sides in common: the
side with a figure and the side without. We have three mid dle symbols now: the bridge, the dream in a dream, and the stone. Next we must find the impressions these middle symbols gave. The bridge was close and safe. The dream was distressingly flat. The stone's most impressive side was disappointingly figureless. The fourth and final im pression is: Flat is what I'm supposed to paint. Now give the answer to the question, "What does it mean?" The message is avoid becoming close, flat and figureless. This is the dream of a celebrated painter, Irene Pereira. She took the dream to mean she needed more depth in her painting and therefore she changed her whole approach. The technique she used after this dream, making her paintings fuller and more whole, changed her life.
We know from the dream she should have avoided a disappointingly flat image. We used a logical quasi-sci- entific approach to arrive at our conclusion. The artist used an intuitive approach. Unlike Hitler's intuitive in terpretation, Irene Pereira's intuitive interpretation was rightand the world gained beautiful art. Intuition is fine when you're right, but when you're wrong it can be hell for you and everyone around you. That is why a human decision based on both the intuitive dream and the logical brain makes the system you are using in this book both reliable and fail-safe.
Try a short dream now by yourself. You must be getting a little tired.
We have here jaws, a strong middle symbol, for there is an upper and lower jaw with a gripping, a tight gripping between them. Tight gripping jaws gave this dreamer the impression of helplessness. The message is avoid becom ing like the cat in this dream. Avoid making yourself and others feel helpless. I haven't forgotten to ask you to ana lyze the dream previous to this cat dream. I just wanted to hold off long enough to let you hear the cat dream. Here's why. The last dream was dreamt by the mother of the dreamer who kept losing her teeth. Did you make the teeth dream out to be telling its dreamer to avoid becoming lost? Good. Now try to look at the two dreams together. A mother is being warned to avoid becoming like a cat with a tight grip and her daughter is being warned to avoid be coming lost. Sometimes mothers can be so loving that they lead their children's lives in an attempt to keep the children from pitfalls. This can make the child feel helpless without the guiding hand of the parent. This dependency can make the child a failure when it comes to making her onw life.
Those two last dreams were quite revealing put together, weren't they? You might like to try that when you become more comfortable reading dreams. Remember the message of your last night's dream when you read a dream of some one else's that day. The results may be very startling and useful.
The following dream is the dream of someone who has never known any
real success in life.
Can you identify the middle symbol of this 30 nightmare? Did you say the gun? The gun that magically transformed bones into a brand new human beig is the middle symbol and also the message, which is: avoid magic transformations. Avoid trying to transform a life--yours or another's-- radically. This dream was told to me by a sick man who had, in his own words, sacrificed everything he possessed to become a poet. He had even sacrificed his own material body and become stricken with a chronic lung condition (an organ that astrologists and psychiatrists say represents ex pression in words.)
The man now informs me that he wants to get bet ter, to stop neglecting
his material body. He wants his physicians to give him medications and
vitamin that will transform him back again into a man of ordinary good
health all at once. Presto-Change-O! He is wil- ling even to sacrifice
his calling as a poet if that will mean he can be healthy again. My advice
to him was, avoid extreme transformations. Take your time; make gradual
changes. Becoming what you want to be is an evolutionary process which
may include a working out of a personal karma through a certain amount
of suf fering, but that suffering itself is not the goal.
Suppose you do not remember your dream. Because you do not consciously recall your dream, the middle sym bol would have to be quite near the point of being on the threshhold of your memory to be experienced as déja vu. In fact, the stronger the impression it makes on you in your dream, the more likely the dream symbol will be re-exper- ienced as déja vu. In fact, I believe that déja vu is only a very strong impression of the middle broken out into the awakened state of a dreamer who does not try to remem- ber dreams but may pooh-pooh them or consciously try to forget them. If you can remember every dream, you can ex perience the déja vu that other dreamers only sense rarely. . I will further say, dreamers who do not remember their dreams re-experience their encounters with the middle, but because they have sublimated that memory are not aware of this experience when it recurs except in the cases when the middle impression is too strong to be ignored and for ces itself through the dreamer's self-imposed barriers. Déja vu can be either frightening or pleasurable but it is always a mysterious experience. I believe that if you do not heed the warning of your dream's message,
the experience of déja vu will be an unpleasant one. I believe this experience will exercise control over you rather than be perceived as a spectator views an exciting movie. If a horror movie is too terrifying, you can walk out on it. Or you may enjoy the excitement because you know when it is over you can go home the same way you came in. But, if you suddenly became a character in the movie and every attempt you made to extricate yourself from that movie only became the next frame in that film, you certainly would not go home feeling the same way you did when you came in. How do you keep your perspective in the audience and enjoy the movie rather than lose your perspective and be come a puppet in a scenario written and directed by others?
The secret is in whether you heed the dream's warning or not. Heed
the dream's warning and the middle symbol's impression will come to you
in a way you can control, a way you can handle as you handle the terror
of a horror show. Only it will be a lot more exciting than a movie be cause
the movie will be your own life. You will direct the most lavish movie
ever made: your destiny. If, however, you do not heed the dream's warning,
you will be caught up in a no-escape contract to perform what you must
and not what you choose. You will become the central figure in a tragedy
that you cannot leave with the spilled pop corn and sticky floors of a
movie house. Here is an exam ple of what you don't want to do.
aide, who had always been concerned with his lack of se curity and whom we can thank for the recording of this dream, Lincoln noted that the dream did disturb him but even if it were a true omen, he thought there was no way it could be stopped. He thought that it was the will of God and the good Lord knew best about these things. Lincoln's incredible fatalism was a contributing cause of his death. I believe the event of his death could have been avoided had he heeded his dream warning. Instead, he made no extra arrangements for his security, much to the anguish of the aide who recorded this dream.
Will you, having properly read your dream's warning, be able to predict
what form your "confirmation" or déja vu will take? Absolutely not.
Heed your dream's warning and know only that what you were warned about
will come to you in a harmless form. The middle will appear to you as a
confirmation, to confirm that your dream reading was correct and worthwhile.
Foreknow ledge of the comfirmation scenario will always remain a mystery.
Be grateful for little things, like avoiding as sassination or bad paintings,
but never be greedy enough to ask why or for what purpose. That is as bad
as ig noring the message altogether. When asked when and now your confirmation
might come, a great man once said that it would suffice to be prepared.
When it shall come or what it shall look like will be of no con sequence,
for you will be ready. Let's look at another example of this experience
of déja vu following a dream from the chronicles of the famous American
frontiersman, Frederic Remington, in his book Frederic Remington's Own
An Indian scout, caught in a blizzard on the American plains, retells a dream he had while he took shelter.
safety of their camp. This reasoning rang loudly in the scout's mind. He had just had a dream where the middle symbol was an enticing kettle of hot food that was un- catchable. Wasn't the camp of his fellow scouts enticing with its warm fire, safely hidden near danger? The impact of this strange coincidence caused a stunning reply that almost spoke itself from the lips of the cold and hungry scout. Here was a man who had just struggled through a blizzard and had a long journey, probably dangerous, ahead of him and he, well let him tell you what he said: "I say, by gar, I am woman; I have got sense. You wan' stay here, you be dead. Den I take my pony un I go 'way een de dark..."
The scout avoided the warm and illusory safety of camp to continue to his destination despite warnings of danger and delivered his dispatch alive and well. His fellow scouts who stayed behind in their warm, safe, uncatchable position were attacked by the Indians they warned the scout about. One was killed; he other bare ly escaped. Lincoln did not take his dream's message and apply it to his life. That was God's job, he said. Lincoln became the dream's middle, a dead man. The Indian scout took his dream's message to heart and left nothing to God or fate that he could not handle himself. He avoided becoming safe. He refused to be complacent. The confirmation of his decision came to him in the form of news that what he avoided was not the illusion of comfort and safety it seemed to be. In fact, its safety was an illusion cloaking death and injury. President Lincoln received his confirmation of the dream's validity in a terrible fashion. He became the news of what should have been avoided.
The confirmation will come. How you want to receive it is your choice.
You can take it the easy way in news of others or you can take it the hard
way and become the news. Either way, its coming is inevitable. It is written
but you can edit it. Here's another example. A man in prison often dreams
a dream like this. It is taken from the book The Executioner's Song by
A pair of good high boots are great protection against the weather but they're a pain in the neck to get on and off, aren't they? You can only have beauty at a cost. The cost of the beautiful experience of dÄja vu will be the tremendous effort you must put forth in remember ing dreams, pleasant and unpleasant, sorting through the distracting and sometimes frightening accompany ing symbols which direct you to the middle, and imple menting the messages to replace your customary routine behavior. You are trying to eradicate a part of your behavior that is imperfect. That behavior is very com fortable not because it is good for you but because it is easy. You have been doing it for a long time. It makes no demands on your creativity.
We have a chance every day to create a better self, but if we do not exercise that freedom the self that is left will stand for a while, but its deterioration in time will make us feel tired, blasÄ, bored, depressed, and even sick. Manyof us have nothing to identify with but the body we live in. It dies a little every day. That is why we must counter death with the creative life of be havioral change. Creation brings new life into the world.
a new personality? Your new personality doesn't have to be a whole lot different from the one from yesterday, but if it is a little improved because you avoided an imperfec tion to which you were once susceptible, it is a new person ality. Just as you don't ordinarily die a whole lot every day physically, so too your new personality; it may hardly be perceptible as changed, is a little newer; it has a little more life.
People who experience great physical changes due to ac cident, misfortune, or disease make great changes in their personalities to cope with their different physical selves. It is obvious to them that a change is in order for their per sonality. Whether they consciously make a change for the better and create a new life in the part of themselves they still have whole, or are overwhelmed by the change they have been reluctant to make because of the shock they may have suffered from their sudden physical alteration, change inevitably occurs. These people experience the change or the need for it more deeply than those whose phy sical changes creep over them almost imperceptively day by day. Again, whether you make the inner changes suddenly because of sudden outward changes or put the changes off because the outward changes are not perceptible, the chan ges must be made with your consent or over your objection. The postponing of the creation of a new personality to cope with your different physical body can put unbearable stress on you. This is how people end up seeking help from emotional distress. They seek it from many sources: friends, clergy, physicians, psychiatrists, druggists, travel agents, and prayer. Seldom do they seek help from dreams, yet dreams are the most effective help because they are always receptive to your needs. Because they are a part of your totality, they have a personal stake in your well-being and happiness. Then too, your dreams are always available to you. You must, however, have the will-power
to remember the dreams and faith in their message to implement that message. If you can just analyze one dream correctly and implement its message, and exper ience the dÄja vu that confirms your will-power as real ly a true power, you are on your way. You will have picked yourself up by your bootstraps and you will have become a little more alive in the face of the little death we daily die.
When you go to sleep your body falls asleep early while your mind may be still winding down. The time difference between these two events allows your mind to act as a king of time machine. It continues to calcu late and plan your next moves in the great game of life, creating a best case and worst case scenario for your immediate future. How far into the future your mind calculates depends on the gap of time there might be between your body falling asleep and your mind falling asleep. The greater the gap, the greater the future pro jection. The best case scenario created is you yourself, how you acted in your dream. All that is you in the is ahead of you in time. It is ahead of you because it was seen by parts of you that were too overworked to relax with the rest of you. You are seeing the future of your weakest faculties.
If you were to stare at a lightbulb too long, when you closed your eyes you would see a lightbulb. You overworked those receptors in your eye and brain that can receive such information. There are receptors in your brain for every conceivable event. When they are overworked they too will project into the darkness of your closed eyes all they were not able to hold in the vessel of your being. They are evoking an impression of what limped into the future. If you can remember your dream you can remember that future. Your im- pression was excited by those windows to the world to come. How you reacted to what you saw was your best case scenario. It was the strength of your rested self acting on your life's weakness.
When you experience déja vu, you see it all a second time but unlike the person who forgot his
dream, you will have a good chance to make sure you're on the right side of destiny. It's a nice trick if you can get it. If you do, you will be a step ahead of everyone else.
Understanding dreams as sore spots that need rest is the first step in using dreams instead of being used by them. Like the chain reaction in mob violence, the plethora of senses we feel in dreams can possess us. Don't let that happen to you. Share the cosmos with them instead.
It's easier than you've ever dreamed.
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