Thursday, 23 October 2014
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Hello Instructors,

I've got a few questions about dreams

1) In Dream Yoga, Master Samael Aun Weor states: "The more important dreams, the inner experiences of the Being, are associated with the two centers: the Superior Emotional and the Superior Intellectual. Dreams related to the superior centers are certainly interesting. Their main feature is what we could call a Dramatic Array."

What does Dramatic Array mean?

I looked up the two words for definitions and found:
Dramatic: "sudden and striking"
Array: "an impressive display, an ordered arrangement"

2) Most of the dreams I remember are in black and white (which pains me because I think these must be experiences in the infradimensions) but now and again I dream in full striking colour - with surprisingly detailed landscapes and objects. What could be said about those dreams where there is detailed colour and objects?

Thank you :)
7 years ago
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Accepted Answer
1. The "dramatic array" is simply the sense that there is a deep and important meaning, an epic story perhaps, hidden in the symbols and events of those experiences. When you know that there is something meaningful and important in a dream, that is the "dramatic array."

2. Detailed and striking colors are a sign that the consciousness is perceiving more clearly. However, that does not reveal the relative level of the dream, only the relative perceptive power of the consciousness in that moment. It is possible to have very detailed, colorful, impactful dreams in any dimension, if the consciousness is empowered to perceive it and recall it later.

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

7 years ago
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Thank you Matthew Thomas - this has cleared up some important points for me. I will continue to study Dream Yoga :)
7 years ago
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#7936
Accepted Answer
1. The "dramatic array" is simply the sense that there is a deep and important meaning, an epic story perhaps, hidden in the symbols and events of those experiences. When you know that there is something meaningful and important in a dream, that is the "dramatic array."

2. Detailed and striking colors are a sign that the consciousness is perceiving more clearly. However, that does not reveal the relative level of the dream, only the relative perceptive power of the consciousness in that moment. It is possible to have very detailed, colorful, impactful dreams in any dimension, if the consciousness is empowered to perceive it and recall it later.

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

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