been said that life is like a “waking dream”.
Interpreting what life is telling us is a worth-while
endeavor leading to spiritual mastery. Life has
a language, and like any language, words and pictures
are used as an internal experience to portray
external events. We associate and/or connect external
reality with an internal representation, thus
creating meaningful language. This can be in the
form of sounds or images.
this basic foundation and understanding of what
language is, we can apply these principles on
a more spiritual level. We can practice the following
easy technique that’s a personal foundation
for understanding outer reality intelligence and
what it’s communicating. When practicing
this over a period of time, the practitioner learns
to interpret everyday life’s symbolism and
secret language. Soon the subconscious dictionary
will amass not only a numerous vocabulary, but
with mastery of this interpretation, it’ll
become second nature in understanding life’s
technique is also used in interpreting dreams.
It’s actually a formalized method we use
in understanding an abstract reality. This is
a natural aspect of the human thinking process.
You, the reader, have already been employing this
since reading this article. Essentially, it’s
breaking down words of abstract meaning to a more
uncomplicated, concrete expression. If we further
break down these words to explain to a ten year
old, and then further break those words down to
explain to a six year old, then to a three year
old, we come to a method of understanding our
dreams. For those who keep a dream journal or
wish to master this internal ability of understanding,
dreams are a good source with which to practice
write two or three sentences that encapsulate
the dream experience and a title that best expresses
the dream. Then break down the different words
in those sentences as if explaining it to a ten
year old, six year old and finally a three year
old. In doing so, the message of the dream becomes
clear. For example, if there’s a rabbit
in your dream, explaining the word rabbit to a
ten year old might be “cute furry animal”.
A three year old might understand “nice
hairy animal”. If we practice every day
on our dreams, this deciphering ability becomes
a subconscious tool and we start to get intuitive
insights into life around us in our daily “waking
dream.” In time, we can decipher what physical
reality is revealing.
using this modality with our external reality,
our spiritual language becomes more realized.
In time, we can match events and the message it’s
bringing us through this spiritual language. In
quantum mechanics, all that exists is our interpretation
of the experience of a light and sound vibration,
which are the twin aspects of Spirit. The ability
to understand these two aspects is in service
of Soul itself. We’re merely learning the
language of our highest self as Soul, and in mastering
this language, Soul quickly masters the physical
world experience, or it’s dream journey
which we call levels of reality.
Christine A. Loter