Saturday, 31 July 2021
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Hello, :)

I am starting to develop fervor, inspiration, and motivation to work outside of the body by something that the instructor of Dream Yoga and Astral Travel 01 Fact or Fiction says. He says in that lecture that he and his wife had dreams about each other and that upon meeting her for the first time, he immediately knew that this is the person that he is going to marry. This is a very powerful story for me, and I have been slightly reaching out to the person who God is blessing me with for a spiritual marriage.

However, I just found myself fantasizing about this spiritual marriage. It is how we start that really matters, and getting this relationship off to a good foot seems very important, even before we meet physically.

How do we cultivate a loving relationship? Or at the very least, what should my attitude and actions be toward this person?

Thank you very much!
1 year ago
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The instructor did not say he knew whom he would marry upon his first meeting with his partner. The conversation was about particular dreams he and his future wife shared while becoming friends.

People need to be very careful about desires and their projections, because innumerable spiritual devotees have made a mess of their lives mistaking desire for love.

Do not assume you know whom you will marry. Examine the facts of your daily life to understand yourself and your relationship to others.

Fantasy is 100% egotistical. Do not fantasize about love. Comprehend and eliminate your ego so that you can discriminate your situation.

Meditation is fundamental to comprehend the intuitions, visions, and guidance of the divine. If you lack clear astral experiences, be prudent in how you approach others. Even with authentic prophetic visions one must be even more prudent and cautious, so as not to misinterpret with the ego.

For thirty years I sought God. But when I looked carefully I found that in reality God was the seeker and I the sought. -Bayazid al-Bastami

1 year ago
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#25673
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The instructor did not say he knew whom he would marry upon his first meeting with his partner. The conversation was about particular dreams he and his future wife shared while becoming friends.

People need to be very careful about desires and their projections, because innumerable spiritual devotees have made a mess of their lives mistaking desire for love.

Do not assume you know whom you will marry. Examine the facts of your daily life to understand yourself and your relationship to others.

Fantasy is 100% egotistical. Do not fantasize about love. Comprehend and eliminate your ego so that you can discriminate your situation.

Meditation is fundamental to comprehend the intuitions, visions, and guidance of the divine. If you lack clear astral experiences, be prudent in how you approach others. Even with authentic prophetic visions one must be even more prudent and cautious, so as not to misinterpret with the ego.

For thirty years I sought God. But when I looked carefully I found that in reality God was the seeker and I the sought. -Bayazid al-Bastami

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1 year ago
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What a bummer... but your advice is a thousand times better than falling or making a mess of life!

I had a feeling that this post was not going to be "successful," since I posted it during it a waning Moon. I look forward to studying your reference to the Perfect Matrimony on the new Moon.

It is incredible how we can hear someone say something that they did not. Sorry about that accidental misrepresentation of the instructor's story! This happens during literally every Distance Learning Course.

Examine the facts of your daily life to understand yourself and your relationship to others.

That hits home.

Thank you, Almustafa.
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