1. Samael Aun Weor explains that humanity is primarily asleep due to fascination.
Is there a lecture on explaining what fascination is and how to overcome it?
I don't know how to experience the physical senses/world disinterestedly or really without admiration/fascination.
I say to myself, "I know this feeling/sensation will pass, it is illusion" but I still enjoy music, sunsets, rain, food, playing soccer...
On a deeper level I know that advancing in meditation will help, but during practical life, how do we live without fascination?
What is the mind of non-fascination?
2. I also ask this becuase lately my dreams have been many and more detailed each night.
I wake up 3-4 different times each night with different dreams.
I see places and people and things that aren't in my physical world life, and when I wake up in my bed I always think, "I haven't seen that person in years.....I've never been to that place.....who are these people......why was I doing/saying this/that...I'm not a professional athlete.....etc.....etc....that was absurd...."
I think it is due to fascination that I am just an observer
of my dreams and not a conscious participant.
My dreams are more active than my physical world life and I'm wondering why only when I wake in my bed I realise that all of those experiences are in the dream world/mind.
I will work on more discernment but I'm wondering why I wake up 3-4 times each night and I feel discouraged that I did not know in the dream that these people/places are not in my physical world life and I should wake up in the dream and live. More fascination? Lack of discernment?
Thank you for your thoughts and time