DWQA QuestionsTag: conscious mind
A practitioner writes about a dream: “I learned how to navigate from one reality to another. In my present reality, I and others agreed on plans for desired changes and outcomes. In the second reality, the past, it was my job to execute what had to be done or take place, to make these desired outcomes happen. Slipping in, undetected from present to past and vice-versa was remarkably easy. I learned how to attach myself, my consciousness, to an object that was there with me in the present, that was certain to be there in the past, or the future, depending on what we were trying to accomplish. It had to be something stable, that was sure to stay put, to use it as a door. I chose an old, large dusty trunk. I learned that if an outcome didn’t pan out as planned, I had to go back to the past to make sure I didn’t miss any details. If I followed the procedure perfectly, down to the most minute detail, the future outcome was assured. I came through to the past, through a large, old trunk – the kind used for packing your belongings for travel a long time ago. My soul/essence/light body dove right into the trunk and melted or merged into it, into the atoms, and I materialized through it as if it were a door. To leave the past, I did the same thing – I slipped into the trunk and melded with/became part of it on a molecular level and my body vanished. Atoms and molecules around me instantly changed, but I remained the same. My soul slid in and out of realities with ease. I learned I could use any object, as long as it existed during the time I wanted to travel to, as well as my present. Any item could be used as a door. After what felt like months, I finally “got it right” and it became an easy thing to do, alter circumstances, once I understood how to do it.” Was this a real experience or a dream re-enactment of a real experience? Was it done as a physical human being or while she was a light being?
ClosedNicola asked 2 months ago • 
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A viewer writes about a dream: “I was shown large living quarters. I lived there. Many rooms, many beds, all in little coves against or in the wall, small like catacombs, surrounding a large gathering area in the middle. A large circular thing on the floor – maybe a giant sundial on the outside…not sure. Multilevel rooms surrounded the round thing. It looked like it was carved out of reddish clay or stone—underground. This was underground. Rounded corners everywhere…as if molded with clay. Outside, we walked or moved in one direction around the circle. Others walked in the opposite direction. We were creating some kind of energy movement. This was a place of learning only; some stayed for one year, others longer. I wanted to leave too soon. My teacher followed me outside of the compound or learning/living area that was underneath and tried to talk me out of leaving. He had long, wavy, greyish hair. He wore a robe and sandals. So did I. I had three guides or friends there. I think their names began with an “H,” (Hamish, Horus? Maybe all of them or maybe just one). I said their names out loud because I wanted to remember them. I saw someone I know in this life, but he didn’t recognize me. Our dynamic was different in that life. He didn’t know me. He was also one of the students. I was a man. I saw pictures of the Hypogeum in Malta about 4 or 5 years after this dream, and I instantly recognized everything about it, and my heart was racing.” Was this a perception of her future visit to the Hypogeum, or a recollection of her being at the Hypogeum in another life?
ClosedNicola asked 2 months ago • 
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A client asks: “What do you make of dreams that give us the information we could not have come up with on our own? Scenarios where there is teaching and explaining the workings of our past/present/future, extensions and projections of reality itself? Teaching someone how to have multiple conversations with multiple people (mentally) all at the same time; specific memories of being a Walk-in when I had not heard of the term yet. Memories of Reptilian abduction, when I had not heard of the concept nor seen an image of a Reptilian? Memories of specific names I am asked to repeat over and over again so I will remember the spelling, being taught to read “Hathorian” [whaaat?] writing that emits a frequency, being taught to communicate with the connective environment to make things move, to practice being connected; or learning how to move from one reality to another (I was gone for months in that dream). I guess I could go on with fantastic and astonishing tales, like trying to harness the power of a second sun that (was?) is connected to ours, but before it dimmed…or maybe we did something to make it so…but my question is: all I’ve read tells me my dreams are not important. More like a release, cleansing and refreshing of our mind. I wonder if it’s in my best interest to continue to pay attention and become familiar with navigating this environment, as hopefully someday when I pass, it might help me be more familiar and aware in navigating this environment (seeing without being able to rely on my eyes; memories of past lives in detail)? I used to write down pages of info in the mornings. Then my husband started making me feel frivolous and childish for writing them down, so I’ve kind of stopped writing in great detail. No one around me, for miles, thinks like I do, so I am very alone. All I have as a constant connection to what feels real are my dreams. That’s where I am truly awake and see things as they are. Am I being tricked by interlopers? Dark spirits? Should I put this stuff away?” Will the accounts of her dreams be of value to help understand and illustrate prophecy, and perhaps some unusual phenomena she dreams about?
ClosedNicola asked 2 months ago • 
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