Fence Post # 3
Tapping into our dreaming and imagination opens new possibilities. Look what Walt Disney did!
Date: 9/16/2007 3:17:42 AM ( 13 y ) ... viewed 1730 times
You and I have turned over our creative powers to the State. But we can regain those powers—with our dreaming.
I have escaped from a real prison through my dreaming, much in the same way Walt Disney escaped from “this” reality through his imaginative powers. We each have those powers and talents of Walt Disney, too. We just ignore them.
We can each escape the prison of this life through our dreaming and imaginative capacities. They are as real as the desk I’m sitting at—even moreso. We are told by the “authorities” that our dreams are not valuable or important—but they are. They are valuable to us, and vital for our health. And they are valuable to our success in the afterlife.
Ponder that one for a moment.
Imagine our abilities to use our dreaming and our imagination as being some sort of “test” that prepares us for when we leave our physical bodies in “this” life. Crazy idea, huh? It just might be true. Wouldn’t it be more fun to explore that possibility?
Our dreaming connects us with the very source of Who We Really Are. Our dreaming each night reprograms these bodies, downloads new software that provides us with an attunement to the world at large.
We each come into this life with an infinite amount of creative and imaginative powers. As we grow older, we shut them down—and they are shut down for us. A fully embodies human with all of her creative and imaginative powers intact is not as likely to take on a unfulfilling job and buy into the status quo. And that is the danger such a person brings into society.
The Collective Dreaming Project
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