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My fellow lucid dreamers,
...Dreams are reality just as much as the real world is reality. Dreams are your actual own reality and the real world is the creator’s reality.
Dreams are by far the most intriguing aspect of existence for a human-being. Within them we behold experiences that the conscious mind may recollect, but for the most part, cannot make sense of. The only sense we can gain from them is the way they make us feel intuitively.
The dream-scape or the fourth dimension is as real as the “real” world, it is as valid as the waking state.
The dream state is in fact the only reality where you can tap into the unconscious side of yourself, which you otherwise cannot perceive, except during transcendental states under psychedelics or during disciplined meditational practices.
Dreams offer a vital glimpse into your dark side.
The dreamer gains an entire new heaven and earth, where the absolute impossible is only possible.
When you can fly, see and talk to anybody, go anywhere you choose, then returning to the world of matter, time and space, is arguably a nightmare.
There is actually no such thing as reality. There is also no such thing as the real world. What makes the “waking state” the real world and the “dream state” the unreal world?
Have you ever had a dream that was interrupted unexpectedly, only to continue from where you had left off when you go back to sleep?...
- Arno Pienaar