Saturday, 07 January 2017
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I recently finished reading dream yoga by samael aun weor. He mentioned that dreams are a projection of the egos desires. Seeing how the ego is consciousness trapped within desire and most poeple are 97% ego and 3% conscious, my question is

What remembers dreams?

Is it the free 3% conciousness that remembers the dream or the ego that remembers the dream? Or neither?

If someone is 100% ego will they still remember their dreams?

Thanks in advance
5 years ago
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#13378
Accepted Answer
Yes.

A room full of people who share an experience will all experience it differently, according to the condition of the consciousness of each one. None of them will see reality unless their consciousness is totally awake and totally unconditioned (no desire, pride, craving, etc).

"Do not worry; cultivate the habit of being happy." - Samael Aun Weor

5 years ago
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#13343
Consciousness is the being-ness of every living thing. That which perceives and understands is consciousness. However, there are infinite levels of consciousness, and the state of consciousness is highly variable depending upon whether it is:

• awakened or asleep
• conditioned or unconditioned

This lecture may clarify for you:

"Do not worry; cultivate the habit of being happy." - Samael Aun Weor

5 years ago
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#13346
Ok i think i understand, correct me if I'm wrong.

So basically the conciousness percieves whether its awake or asleep. But the quality of perception depends on whether its awake or asleep.

So the conciousness trapped within ego still percieves ,but it percieves through the desires of that ego. Conciousness through the ego is considered a "sleeping" state of conciousness.

As appose to an awaken state of conciousness which is comprehensive cognizant knowledge/awarness of both the ego, and of what one is doing within the present moment.

Both these modes of conciousness translate into the internal worlds and produce experiences accordingly(i.e. dreams, astral projection, ect)

In summary both modes of conciousness(awake and asleep) can percieve the experience, but both modes have different qualities. Mainly one is through ego and the other is with free conciousness.

Am i in the ball park?
5 years ago
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#13378
Accepted Answer
Yes.

A room full of people who share an experience will all experience it differently, according to the condition of the consciousness of each one. None of them will see reality unless their consciousness is totally awake and totally unconditioned (no desire, pride, craving, etc).

"Do not worry; cultivate the habit of being happy." - Samael Aun Weor

5 years ago
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#13379
Ok it makes since now. Thank you very much :)
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