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Author Topic: Is earthly life an incubated dream of the soul?  (Read 247 times)
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« on: June 12, 2017, 05:59:23 »

Could earthly life be an incubated dream of the soul?

This would explain why we don't recall our past lives, and our between-lives selves. It's the same as during our human dreams we aren't aware, usually, that we are dreaming.

Maybe souls incubate dreams for the purpose of experiencing something. It's the same with humans incubating dreams to solve problems, or for entertainment.

Karmic lessons could be homework or tests given to our souls by their teachers.

Maybe we die when our souls wake up, and our lives as humans mean to them what dreams mean for us.

Could this be the true meaning behind "life is a dream"?
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« Reply #1 on: June 12, 2017, 22:36:23 »

I think that the important part for each soul would be the intentional dream incubation with the purpose of solving a problem, or learning a lesson, or testing something learned theoretically.

We, earthlings, tend to be very Earth centric. I draw a parallel with the medieval view of the Earth being the center of the Universe.

During my self-hypnosis experiences, death is felt like leaving behind a story without much, if any, regret. It's a lot like waking up, sometimes from a nightmare, or like finishing reading a book, or watching a movie. You aren't the person who died, but somebody else you forgot to be because you were sleeping, or because you were engrossed in the captivating story.
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