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DREAMS

All about dreams

"When you have a teacher to teach you the Universal Language of Mind and how to understand your dreams, you have a Rosetta Stone. For years and years and years, Europeans tried to understand how to read the ancient Egyptian hieroglyphics. They could not figure it out. No matter who they brought in -- experts, professors, instructors -- they could not figure it out. Ancient Egyptian hieroglyphics was a dead language. No one knew how to figure it out. Yet those hieroglyphics were all over the temples, all over Egypt. It wasn’t until they found the Rosetta Stone, three languages, Old Egyptian, a new Egytptian and a Greek equivalent all on a stella or a stone, on the three sides of the stone that shows their counterpart. And they knew ancient Greek. So therefore, they could see the counterpart. They could then understand what the ancient language was talking about. Dreams are the same way. Without that Rosetta stone, it is very difficult or impossible to understand the ancient language of dreams, the Universal Language of Mind. What we have here is the Rosetta Stone. And this Rosetta Stone is very important, because this language is for you.. It is for you the individual. Why? Because you have dreams every night."

–from Dreams & the Power of Subconscious Mind

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From the GLOBAL LUCID DREAMING EXPERIMENT
of the winter 2008 comes

The MOON's Affect on DREAMS

a full moon
a new moon annular solar eclipse
a full moon total lunar eclipse
a new moon ... all within 48 days

it happens once in a generation

researchers at the College of Metaphysics asked the question "How do these Moon phases affect dreams?"

Herein are answers.

Who dreams more - men or women? Where do dreamers live? What do we dream about? When do we dream?

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From birth to death and beyond, dreams mirror our existence and bridge us to whole-mind thinking. Awakening consciousness -- becoming LUCID -- begins with understanding the profound, yet simple messages in our dreams. Explore the most ancient language in the world with the experts who bring you dreamschool.org and the National Dream Hotline®. These stories of personal revelation will answer your deepest questions about Dreaming.

visitation dreams ... guiding your children ... curing depression ... health conscious ... soulmate telepathy

A dozen authors – each experts in their fields – introduce reveal the mysteries while you sleep!

25 Most Commonly Asked Questions about DREAMS

by SOM Faculty $3.00 Add to Cart

Number 5
Why do dreams need to be interpreted? Why is there a hidden meaning rather than just a direct meaning?

Omne ignotum pro magnificao. Unless you are acquainted with the Latin language, this arrangement of the alphabet has little meaning for you. Although the thought communicated remains what it is, the message imparted is lost because its receiver is unfamiliar with the language. The same is true for your dreams. Dream messages are formed in what we term the Universal Language of Mind. This language is used by the inner mind for all of mankind for communication and is therefore universal. The meaning is only hidden to those who have yet to learn. As our opening quote reveals, ?Whatever is unknown is held to be magnificent.? When the unknown becomes known, the communication offered by your dreams will be very direct for it will be understood by you, the receiver of the message.Awakening consciousness -- becoming LUCID -- begins with understanding the profound, yet simple messages in our dreams. Explore the most ancient language in the world with the experts who bring you dreamschool.org and the National Dream Hotline®. These stories of personal revelation will answer your deepest questions about

Dreams & the Power of Subconscious Mind

Spiritual Focus Weekend class by Dr. Daniel Condron $8 Add to Cart

"When you have a teacher to teach you the Universal Language of Mind and how to understand your dreams, you have a Rosetta Stone. For years and years and years, Europeans tried to understand how to read the ancient Egyptian hieroglyphics. They could not figure it out. No matter who they brought in -- experts, professors, instructors -- they could not figure it out. Ancient Egyptian hieroglyphics was a dead language. No one knew how to figure it out. Yet those hieroglyphics were all over the temples, all over Egypt. It wasn’t until they found the Rosetta Stone, three languages, Old Egyptian, a new Egytptian and a Greek equivalent all on a stella or a stone, on the three sides of the stone that shows their counterpart. And they knew ancient Greek. So therefore, they could see the counterpart. They could then understand what the ancient language was talking about. Dreams are the same way. Without that Rosetta stone, it is very difficult or impossible to understand the ancient language of dreams, the Universal Language of Mind. What we have here is the Rosetta Stone. And this Rosetta Stone is very important, because this language is for you.. It is for you the individual. Why? Because you have dreams every night."

dreamschool
an eight lesson course on interpreting and understanding your dreams

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Lesson Two
How To Remember Your Dreams

"In this lesson you will learn how to relax and create a restful sleep, and how to capture your dreams upon awakening. When you are awake, you draw energy from your mind to create, to think, and to live. The purpose of sleep is to rest the conscious mind and physical body, and to recharge and re-energize the inner levels of consciousness."

The Spiritual Science
of Dreaming

by Dr. Barbara Condron
$8.00 Add to Cart

Dr. Condron begins this lecture by telling the story of how her own journey to understand the meaning of dreams began as a young child and progressed as she searched for answers to her questions through church, school, and the study of psychology. She discusses the importance of dreams as seen by different cultures and philosophers throughout history up to the present day and the research done through the School of Metaphysics. From there, Dr. Condron begins her discourse on the Universal Language of Mind, the language of dreams developed by the School of Metaphysics. She provides the listener with an in depth perspective on how each and every symbol held within a dream relates to the dreamer’s own state of awareness. With great detail Dr. Condron describes the benefits of dream interpretation, including the development of subconscious abilities such as clairvoyance. She also covers the different types of dreams that are commonly known, such as premonition/precognitive dreams, nightmares, recurring and lucid dreams. Throughout the lecture, several real dreams discussed and interpreted to give the listener an experience of the science of dream interpretation.

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