Sunday, 09 June 2019
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Hello dear Instructors and students. Especially for the last few weeks, I've been having dreams with recurring themes. I've failed to interpret them. There are times where I meditate on my dreams and understand things about myself and my psyche. But not for those dreams. When I meditated on them, for a few times I felt like I've comprehended something in a non-rational, "heartly" way. But those dreams didn't stop. It's always related to being a soldier. Military barracks, old friends and acquaintances, military bases, and usually I'm a private or a sargeant. Two times it involved walking in waters, knee-deep. Curiously, one time I was a soldier leading an operation and the other time I was a nurse trying to escape a hostile military base. So I was both a man and a woman when I saw water. When I meditated on it I felt like I comprehended something on a deep level but I just can't put my finger on it. It makes sense to my heart but not to my intellect, if it makes sense to you :)

My mom's father was in military, so was my father. I belong to a family of soldiers and a nation of soldiers. I had a past life regression therapy before being introduced to Samael Aun Weor's teachings, I saw 4 past lives and one of them was a warrior woman, other was a general, the one that seemed most recent was a maid of a general. Since I've started to study SAW's teachings I doubt those experiences but I think they do point to something.

It seems like I'm missing the point here. I meditate on my dreams but am I lacking in effort or ability? Or is there another way to interpret dreams besides meditation?
3 years ago
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I am still meditating on dreams I had forty years ago in order to fully understand them.

Be patient.

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

3 years ago
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#18830
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I am still meditating on dreams I had forty years ago in order to fully understand them.

Be patient.

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

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