THE TANTRIC YOGA OF DREAMING
The greatest love story of your life
is being told every time you go to sleep.
Your soul echoes the wisdom of the ages connecting
your body and mind in the twilight time called emotion.
Are you listening?
Where does your dream body go when you awake?
The power the Americans Indians call Orenda, the Hindu know as Prana. In China, it is Chi or Qi; in Japan Ki. The Polynesians call it Mana, and in ancient times the Germans called it Od. This cosmic energy is always within us, waiting to be called forth by mental powers of discernment. These powers make themselves known through subtle energy, sometimes called ‘woo’, hence the concept of courting a lover’s favor and our eternal longing for a soul mate.
The energy is constantly moving through what Western modern science calls Dark Matter, the akasha from which our dreams arise. Dreaming is intuition in motion. Honing perception is a function of honesty that opens each of us to the authentic Self. Innate intelligence forms dream images from the substance of the universe, the Yogis say the mother power, Kundalini, is awakened, a creative cycle begins. A dream is remembered. A dream is imagined.
Join Barbara Condron, author of Kundalini Rising and The Dreamer’s Dictionary, as she illuminates
WHY … dreams come in the cloak of nighttime sleep and reverie bardo states
HOW … each dream is an intuitive report on the how the dreamer is learning life’s lessons
WHAT … spiritual initiations arise only through exercising the faculty of dreaming.