Connecting Through Dreams

As you go to sleep, say to yourself, “I am giving instructions to my soul, my spirit, my subconscious to witness my dreams.”

Initially you may not notice much of a change. But if you practice this every night for a few weeks, you will start to have a very clear experience that the dream is the scenery, and you are the person watching it all. When you wake up in the morning, recapitulate the night (put yourself in position of observer of your dreams, so that connections and themes and images and coincidences become clearer).

Once you are able to recall the movie of your dreams. Write down some of the more memorable scenes. Include them in your journal. Make a special note of coincidences. Nonlocal intelligence provides clues in our sleep just as it does in our waking hours.

The mechanics of the dream and the mechanics of what is happening to us in the so-called reality are the same projections of the soul. We are merely witnesses.

What starts to happen, then, is that gradually we see correlations, images that repeat themselves both in dreams and in everyday reality. More coincidences provide more clues to guide our behavior. We start to enjoy more opportunities. We have more “good luck.” These clues point out the direction to take our lives. Through this process of recapitulation we see recurring patterns and we start to unravel life’s mystery.

This process is especially helpful for departing from destructive habits. Life has certain themes that it plays out. Sometimes those themes operate to our advantage. Sometimes they work against us, especially if we repeat the same patterns or themes, over and over, hoping to get a different result.

The process of recapitulation can help us witness these patterns, and once we discern them, we can make more conscious choices. So remain sensitive, observe coincidences during both your daytime living and your nighttime dreaming, and pay special attention to anything that breaks the probability amplitude – the statistical likelihood of a space-time event.

Adapted from The Spontaneous Fulfillment of Desire, by Deepak Chopra (Three Rivers Press).

132 comments

William C
William C27 days ago

Thanks.

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W. C
W. Cabout a month ago

Thank you.

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Heidi Aubrey
Heidi Aubrey5 years ago

Some of my dreams have forseen events to be and came so, with enormous acurracy. Almost prophetic. Only rarely though. When it was a life changing event. My divorce, my graduating college, knowing who the criminal was.

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Lulu L.
Lulu L5 years ago

Anybody else have dreams that come true?

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Sian R.
Sian R5 years ago

Jane B - you say "Shamans, the Catholic Church, spiritualists and psychologists charge MONEY for their "opinions","

Well, I don't charge for my knowledge, gained through a lifetime of personal experience. Please accept it as a free gift.

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Hello G.
Hello G5 years ago

Thanks, I was experiencing something every morning, I think today I got the answer.

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Jane Barton
Jane Barton5 years ago

Wes brought up a good point, the real meaning of "soul". Soul is music, art, drive, Testosterone, passion of human beings. Music is an expression of our animal soul and is sexual in nature. Shamans and spiritualists say that "soul" is some universal, infinite "spirit" that humans have that animals don't have and has nothing to do with sex. Not true, totally false. Humans are finite beings having "life", i.e. "soul". The only reason people are able to express their souls better than animals is because we have opposing thumbs and big mouths. Animals feel exactly the same emotions as humans, it's just very hard for them to express themselves without a voice.

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Jane Barton
Jane Barton5 years ago

Shamans, the Catholic Church, spiritualists and psychologists charge MONEY for their "opinions", therefore my opinions are just as valid as theirs and I say dreams are delusions.
Dreams are fragments of memories and reflect our fears or hopes. From my own personal experience I know that insecurity and fear causes nightmares. The crazy old sand dudes who wrote the holy book of horrors had dreams, thought they were real and made up a whole bunch of BS. They were DELUSIONAL, they were CRAZY and they talked to burning bushes. If you realize that dreams are really nothing but the mind's meandering when you're sleeping, that is normal. But when you try to put superstitious significance on dreams and make up a bunch of fairy tales to worship, that's NUTS!

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Sian R.
Sian R5 years ago

Jane B - no psychologist would say that dreams are delusions.

Dreams come in different varieties.
There's the 'sorting out' dream which helps our subconscious file away memories, or handle fears or bring them to the fore to be worked with.
There's the 'self-warning' (and sometimes predictive) dream which the subconscious uses to draw some unhelpful behaviour or thinking patterns to the fore.

Then, less often but still well-documented in the literature, there's the predictive dream that can outline, sometimes with startling clarity, an event that is yet to happen - sometimes years in advance.

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Parvez Zuberi
Parvez Zuberi5 years ago

Thanks for the article

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