Have you heard about Waking Dreams?

November 1/ 2020

The Collins English Dictionary defines them as: “An experience you have while you are awake that feels similar to dreaming.

That explanation is very literal and, perhaps, closest to ‘daydreaming.’ It describes the sort you may have when you are sitting at your school desk, imagining yourself in a more desirable surrounding or activity. It’s my belief that the human race has grown quite a bit in consciousness, acknowledging understanding of a more advanced form of Waking Dreams.  Some call it synchronicity, a concept introduced by Carl Jung and defined as ‘the simultaneous occurrence of events which appear significantly related but have no discernible causal connection.’

I do agree with Carl Jung’s description, however…I have discovered there is so much more than no discernible causal connection.’ Once I became aware of who I really am, that word took on a whole new meaning. I don’t ask you to take my word for granted, only to test it for yourself.

I once had vision about consciousness. At the time, I was contemplating on gaining an understanding of myself as Soul living in a physical body—not vice versa—and I was really struggling with it. Out of nowhere, in my mind’s eye, appeared an image of a building, something like a large doll’s house. This image came with an understanding that there was much more to my quest. It told me I had many bodies living and co-existing on many planes, all under one roof— Soul. It was up to me to explore and discover what this meant and how I could benefit from this insight.

This image stayed with me, a visual beacon in the ongoing journey of my expanding and deepening consciousness. I am not alone in my inner travels. I live—in awareness—within the flow of Divine Spirit. Some call it the Word, some the Universe, others the Creative Essence. The name does not matter, so please feel free to translate this expression to whatever will feel comfortable to  you so we may continue this conversation without reacting to semantics.

Have you ever had nudges? Gut feelings? Something within that suggested you do—or don’t do—something or other? This inner communication is available to us all, but unless we learn to recognise it, accept it, and trust it, we are not making the most of a powerful resource.

I have come to love Waking Dreams. They add spice and a sense of adventure to my everyday life. My inner radar is always on the lookout for them and I hope you may get to find them as appealing—and intriguing—as I do. It does help if you are of a willing disposition in accepting the seemingly impossible or if you can keep, at least, an open mind to the possibilities.  Feel free to doubt, by all means, but keep on testing their validity. Patience and persistence will pay off.

If you have had these experiences, I would love to hear from you and find out how you felt about them and if they were of benefit to your life. 💙💙💙

3 thoughts on “Have you heard about Waking Dreams?

  1. Thanks for sharing. I can relate to that. I have experienced what you call waking dreams in the version of daydreaming as well as in the version of synchronicities. Both were useful as guidance from spirit for me.
    Especially, I want to mention that I am often guided by repeated patterns of events which have something in common. But I have to find out what it is that they have in common. A bit like in the game 4 Pics 1 Word where one has to find the one word which describes the topic of 4 different pictures.

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  2. And I would also like to let you know that I have just finished reading your book and liked it a lot. Thanks for sharing your story! I can relate to your way of seeing guidance in so many events in everyday life. I loved that you shared so many little personal stories, for example, the one about the pea-hen which came to prevent the selling of your house. That was amazing.

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    1. Thank for your comments dear Karin. I was delighted by them because I so wanted to share the discovery of the many adventures we can have when we tune into that which is invisible, yet ever present. They make my life special every day 💙

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