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Sarah Janes – Dreams, Consciousness and Future Evolution

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Sarah Janes discusses her book Initiation Into Dream Mysteries – Drinking From the Pool of Mnemosyne.

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Most people tend to regard their dreams as possessing little or no significance, randomly-generated mind-movies which sometimes feature people, places, and events from their daily lives. Others, however, imbue dreams with utmost significance, seeing within them profound reflections and understanding of waking reality. The latter approach is certainly closer to how humanity has interpreted dreams throughout recorded history. It is apparently only in recent times as militant materialism has become the dominant paradigm that dreams have been relegated to the same backwater as consciousness itself – mere epiphenomena of a purely biological brain.

But things are changing. As cutting edge consciousness research and advances in quantum physics continue to reveal a fundamentally-interconnected cosmos, levels of reality beyond the five-sense, three-dimensional – such as the dream space – are beginning to re-assert their importance in our so-called ‘waking’ lives. At the same time, however, dreams are in danger. The all-pervasive electromagnetic fields of modern technology and toxicity from diet, drugs – legal or otherwise – and the wider environment are rapidly diminishing both the conscious and subconscious mental capacities of millions. Initiation Into Dream Mysteries, therefore, is a timely wake-up call for us all.

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  1. Nadim Mahi-Bahi says:

    Kinda hope dreams don’t get de-mystified…. it’s like explaining a joke…

    1. Greg Moffitt says:

      Not so much demystified as not simply written off as nothing that attention should be paid to.

  2. James Newland says:

    There’s a lot there in this talk. Fascinating

  3. Albert Woods says:

    Sarah Janes is one cool lady, and this was a fascinating discussion, best interview I’ve heard with her. I had the pleasure of attending one of her workshops in the summer. Really appreciate her unpretentious style. Looking forward to the book! Also, sorry to hear you are ill Greg – get well soon.

    1. Greg Moffitt says:

      Really glad you enjoyed it and thanks for the comments! And I am definitely feeling better thanks.

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