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 on: Yesterday at 09:53:08 
Started by Kieran99 - Last post by Kieran99
Hi Kieran and welcome!
For me, my dreams are a direct replay of something that had held my attention during the day, either good or bad. For example if I watch a movie with volcano erupting, I will dream of such scenarios. For me personally my dreams are a temporary thought formation of my subconscious emotions triggered from my physical life. And sometimes, not even from my own physical life experiences, like the example of just watching a movie with intense emotions. That's why I don't pay much attention to my dreams. But for some people like yourself they may be prophetic or teach lessons. On the other hand, I have many APs, which are very different from dreams and during those explorations, I have no fears no matter what I encounter. They are 99% very pleasant, enjoyable and exciting, because my consciousness leads the experiences. Many times I ask questions related to my own life and receive answers.
And although dreams also take place in the astral, to me they are more symbolic and as I said instances of thought molding energy, surrounding your physical personality. Sometimes my dreams are very bizarre, then I just laugh when I wake up, what is going on in my sub consciousness LOL. That's why I am more focused on my APs.
Again thanks for the welcome smiley The reason I came to this site in the first place is I do want to explore the idea of going from a lucid dream to the position where I could possible conciousnessly move between a waking moment here to somewhere else seamlessly! I have no doubt from reading stuff that this is entirely possible and I think that is where my realit seems to be moving right now!  huh 

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 on: Yesterday at 09:29:07 
Started by Kieran99 - Last post by LightBeam
Hi Kieran and welcome!
For me, my dreams are a direct replay of something that had held my attention during the day, either good or bad. For example if I watch a movie with volcano erupting, I will dream of such scenarios. For me personally my dreams are a temporary thought formation of my subconscious emotions triggered from my physical life. And sometimes, not even from my own physical life experiences, like the example of just watching a movie with intense emotions. That's why I don't pay much attention to my dreams. But for some people like yourself they may be prophetic or teach lessons. On the other hand, I have many APs, which are very different from dreams and during those explorations, I have no fears no matter what I encounter. They are 99% very pleasant, enjoyable and exciting, because my consciousness leads the experiences. Many times I ask questions related to my own life and receive answers.
And although dreams also take place in the astral, to me they are more symbolic and as I said instances of thought molding energy, surrounding your physical personality. Sometimes my dreams are very bizarre, then I just laugh when I wake up, what is going on in my sub consciousness LOL. That's why I am more focused on my APs.

 23 
 on: Yesterday at 09:05:06 
Started by Kieran99 - Last post by Kieran99
Hello Kieran99,

Welcome to the Pulse!

Like you mentioned, your dreams can serve several purposes and this depends on how much importance you give them in your life. For most people, dreams simply serve as a kind of daily housekeeping and working out minor/major issues and the emotional energies involved within a symbolic context. As you pay more attention to your dreams, as you have done, your dream material will gradually shift towards opportunities for gaining dream lucidity, followed by challenges to your understanding of emotional control within the dream; you only get so far by responding with anger and aggression, as you have found out. This is just one of the first of many lessons to learn.

As you continue to actively pursue greater awareness and control within your dreams, you eventually come to realize that these experiences are indeed lessons that once learned, expand your consciousness both here in the Physical world and in the Non-Physical world.

We have experiences which teach us in the Physical;we have experiences which teach us in the Non-Physical.

From my current perspective, any experience which teaches me something is REAL.
Thanks for the welcome and thanks for the insight my friend smiley I look forward to happy exploring here cool 

 24 
 on: Yesterday at 08:18:46 
Started by Kieran99 - Last post by EscapeVelocity
Hello Kieran99,

Welcome to the Pulse!

Like you mentioned, your dreams can serve several purposes and this depends on how much importance you give them in your life. For most people, dreams simply serve as a kind of daily housekeeping and working out minor/major issues and the emotional energies involved within a symbolic context. As you pay more attention to your dreams, as you have done, your dream material will gradually shift towards opportunities for gaining dream lucidity, followed by challenges to your understanding of emotional control within the dream; you only get so far by responding with anger and aggression, as you have found out. This is just one of the first of many lessons to learn.

As you continue to actively pursue greater awareness and control within your dreams, you eventually come to realize that these experiences are indeed lessons that once learned, expand your consciousness both here in the Physical world and in the Non-Physical world.

We have experiences which teach us in the Physical;we have experiences which teach us in the Non-Physical.

From my current perspective, any experience which teaches me something is REAL.

 25 
 on: Yesterday at 07:51:47 
Started by beavis - Last post by beavis
Physical and metaphysical are views of the same world with continuous paths between them from every angle.

Many people say putting your feet spread on the ground and syncing with above will let power flow through you. Maybe this has something to do with magnetic field of Earth, or maybe its lots of other things.

Power from the sun and movement of planets.

Power from sync with the stars and on a larger scale rotating black holes.

Power from any of it thats not in balance with eachother, any of us could be a more efficient path of energy transfer and take a small amount for our own use in the process.

I need to rebuild a variety of strong resonance I had years ago, but the question is to resonate with what and take the energy from where.

 26 
 on: Yesterday at 07:43:34 
Started by Kieran99 - Last post by Kieran99
First, let me welcome you to the Astral Pulse.  Smiley

Secondly, let me point out that this is a message board.  It's not an instant form of communication... it can take time for replies to happen. 
It's also Christmas time, things tend to slow down greatly around here around this time.
Perhaps waiting a bit longer than 1 1/2 hours is good.  Smiley 

With that said... my own perspective can be summed up by saying: Anything you can experience, is real.

ANYTHING... you can experience... is REAL.
Thank you for your response and welcome smiley I'm just a bit sad that you have places like twitter that are so busy full of people not really saying anything and then you have a great site like this so'dead'..when in reality it's content is more alive than anything you can find on the web. But I'll stay as long as I am 'live' cool thanks again for your welcome

 27 
 on: Yesterday at 06:51:50 
Started by Kieran99 - Last post by Xanth
First, let me welcome you to the Astral Pulse.  Smiley

Secondly, let me point out that this is a message board.  It's not an instant form of communication... it can take time for replies to happen. 
It's also Christmas time, things tend to slow down greatly around here around this time.
Perhaps waiting a bit longer than 1 1/2 hours is good.  Smiley 

With that said... my own perspective can be summed up by saying: Anything you can experience, is real.

ANYTHING... you can experience... is REAL.

 28 
 on: Yesterday at 06:32:38 
Started by Kieran99 - Last post by Kieran99
Hi,  I go through 'life' just like most people but the difference is I will give validity to things that most people will dismiss because it scares them or 'proof' can not easily be offered.

I love dreaming.....going to sleep is a pleasure to me and I never know what to expect. I remember just before Princess Diana died in 97, I was 15 at the time and dreamt 5 days before of crashing in a racing car into a wall with a blonde woman in the car with me. After she died it took me a few days to realise the significance of my dream and tbh the significance of dreaming as a whole. Since that 'wake up' moment I have always looked upon dreaming as an extension of my life rather than 7-8 hours in bed revitalising myself for 'life'

'Life' to me is what I perceive so when I dream I give it as much respect as when I am in the waking world. Dreams fascinate me. I've had phases where I will analyse them to the nth degree about meaning and had belief they were some scheme to help me work out my waking moments(to me they can be) I've also had the prophetic moments like I mentioned but the dreams that fascinate me is when you become lucid and the dream becomes..'life' To begin with these were sometimes quite negative and I would find myself confronted by some negative entity/person and I would get quite angry and become quite confrontational...I would literally attack some horrible things with pure anger that they were any where near me. But over the years my dream lucidity has become ever more positive and mellow to the point where I rarely have a bad experience asleep.

In relation to the above though how much do you consider your experiences asleep with your waking moments in terms of 'living life' How real are they? Do you see them as prophetic? A way to work out waking world problems? Or as real as that waking world?           
The lack of response really sums up life in this world. If I was talking about sex my god there would be an explosion! Does nobody have anything positive to say about anything I've mentioned? We are living now not tomorrow

 29 
 on: Yesterday at 05:05:17 
Started by Kieran99 - Last post by Kieran99
Hi,  I go through 'life' just like most people but the difference is I will give validity to things that most people will dismiss because it scares them or 'proof' can not easily be offered.

I love dreaming.....going to sleep is a pleasure to me and I never know what to expect. I remember just before Princess Diana died in 97, I was 15 at the time and dreamt 5 days before of crashing in a racing car into a wall with a blonde woman in the car with me. After she died it took me a few days to realise the significance of my dream and tbh the significance of dreaming as a whole. Since that 'wake up' moment I have always looked upon dreaming as an extension of my life rather than 7-8 hours in bed revitalising myself for 'life'

'Life' to me is what I perceive so when I dream I give it as much respect as when I am in the waking world. Dreams fascinate me. I've had phases where I will analyse them to the nth degree about meaning and had belief they were some scheme to help me work out my waking moments(to me they can be) I've also had the prophetic moments like I mentioned but the dreams that fascinate me is when you become lucid and the dream becomes..'life' To begin with these were sometimes quite negative and I would find myself confronted by some negative entity/person and I would get quite angry and become quite confrontational...I would literally attack some horrible things with pure anger that they were any where near me. But over the years my dream lucidity has become ever more positive and mellow to the point where I rarely have a bad experience asleep.

In relation to the above though how much do you consider your experiences asleep with your waking moments in terms of 'living life' How real are they? Do you see them as prophetic? A way to work out waking world problems? Or as real as that waking world?           

 30 
 on: Yesterday at 02:13:59 
Started by Raymond - Last post by Raymond
ah yesh, well I have been being a bit slack in my diary lately so...

Thanks Xanth Wink

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