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by Brian Kraichely
(presented at the 2014 IASD Conference)
This presentation charts the changes in the dreams that I had during the first 12 months of becoming a student at the School of Metaphysics. The dreams are interpreted in the method that is taught by the School of Metaphysics using the Universal Language of Mind. I propose that the significant changes in the content and activity of my dreams are a direct reflection of the spiritual and personal growth that I experienced during this period.
A chart with a variety of dreams symbols will be presented showing how they evolved. I have identified a few storylines that can be presented. One is the change in the animals in my dreams in this time period. In the beginning, I had a lot of dangerous animals that appeared. As I eliminated most of my bad habits and unproductive thinking patterns, the dangerous animals completely disappeared.[/vc_column_text][vc_column_text]Another storyline that can be charted is how water appeared in my dreams. In the beginning, I had dreams with floods, leaking roofs and busted water pipes. Through the year, I began to repair the pipes, roofs and to direct the water with control.
When I first began recording my dreams as a student, the houses and buildings that I saw had numerous problems and issues that needed repair. As I progressed through this year, I worked on the houses and they became safer and much nicer.
During this time period, I made a variety of changes in my waking life. As a student in the School of Metaphysics, I did daily mental disciplines that helped me to improve my concentration, listening, memory and attention skills. I became more aware of unproductive thought patterns and began to change and upgrade them. I eliminated a variety of unhealthy habits including drinking alcohol and recreational drug use. I became more aware of the needs of others and service to humanity became a significant part of my life.[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row]