“Where” do Dreams Happen?
By Anyes Cartry
My dreams don’t belong to me; your dreams are not yours…
What am I talking about?
Dreams happen on another plane, the plane C. J. Jung would call the Collective Unconscious. Some call it ether, aboriginal Australian people call it Jukurrpa or Dreamtime; others call it Akasha, or the Akashic field.
Do you know when most areas of our brain are simultaneously active and engaged? It’s when we dream and when we meditate.
Dreaming is our most creative endeavor. It’s when we are made director, actor, designer, stage manager, and observer or protagonist of the show. I say “we are made” because at the moment of dreaming, we are in some way plugged in to that other dimension, the collective unconscious, where we have access to everything that has ever happened in the universe, and morphed into these roles.
I have more questions for you today…
Did you know that if people are awakened three nights in a row at the beginning of REM (Rapid Eye Movement) – depriving them of their dream time - they will start hallucinating after three days? REM sleep is that time late in the night or early morning when dreaming happens.
We dream every night. If we didn’t, we would experience psychosis. When people say, “I don’t dream” it is because they don’t remember their dreams. But you can if you want, and you will thanks to DreamHarvesting®.
Remembering dreams is only the beginning. Dreams have something to tell you, something important for the wholeness of your psyche.
Are you ready for the conversation?
Dream Harvesting® Salon
Live online with Anyes Cartry
Sunday Jan. 17th, 24th, 31st, 10AM Pacific
3 Part Workshop, 1 hour each day
Limited to 8 Dreamers - Early registration discount until Jan 10