Dreams as Continuing Revelation

Today as I was listening to some dreams I thought, as I often do, of the nature of that which comes to us through the dreamtime as constant, continual revelation from Source, God, Spirit, whatever we call it. Sacred scriptures of the many religions have eternal wisdom in them, but in terms of new revelation from Source providing what you need to realize coming straight out of the eternal and into your life right now, new wisdom for this moment, dreams are a constant source.

A physicist I listened to recently mentioned the fact that our solar system is moving through space at an unimaginably high velocity, so that no moment is ever repeated, we are NEVER in the same place twice. I’m thinking we need new information constantly to be on this time/space journey.

If Steve Jobs and his company make an iPad  history already, what might that also reflect about the need for constant updating our inner technology? I am sure dreams come from a place way beyond Apple’s abilities. And I know they cost a lot less.

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3 Responses to “Dreams as Continuing Revelation”

  1. Phil Woodard Says:

    I was reading your blog and I like it. In particular I liked your analogy about “interpreting one’s own dreams is like looking at one’s own back”. It can’t be done very well. I’ve found the same thing trying to read one’s own Astrology Chart, it can’t be done very well. We are too close to see ourselves. I like Jung and have included one of his quotes that is my favorite.

    The Great events of world history are, at bottom, profoundly unimportant. In the last analysis, the essential thing is the life of the individual. This alone makes history, here alone do the great transformations first take place, and the whole future, the whole history of the world, ultimately spring forth as a gigantic summation from these hidden sources in individuals.
    In our most private and most subjective lives we are not only the passive witnesses of our age, and it’s sufferers, but also its makers. We make our own epoch.
    C. G. Jung 1934

    • Tayria Ward Says:

      I have never heard an astrologer say that about reading his own chart. It makes sense and is fascinating. I am so excited by that quote of Jung’s. It sums up everything for me, I can’t tell you. My personal activism is to help individuals, I’m not so much involved in bigger organizations and causes though I admire them immensely and appreciate the need for them entirely. But this helps me see more clearly what my instincts tell me about my own focus. Thank you!!! Here is a favorite quote of mine by Laurens van der Post from The Dark Eye in Africa on a similar theme:

      “It is, for me, no idle coincidence that the most significant discovery in the physical world of this age has been the fact that the greatest and most unimaginable power resides in the smallest possible organization of matter. The force which threatens to blow the world asunder resides not in the clouds or mountains but in the invisible heart of the atom. The inner force, too, which, like the power of the atom, can either remake or shatter civilization resides in the smallest unit of society, the individual. The individual is the secret advance base from which this power sets out to invade committee rooms, mothers meetings, county councils, parliaments, continents and nations.” (pp. 79-80)

    • Tayria Ward Says:

      Phil, do you know the reference on that quote?

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