I have a Dream Part #133
The unconscious mind, which is pure wisdom, is always trying to reveal itself to the conscious mind. That which isnot seen (darkness) seeks the light, and seeks to come to light. It is very important to understand this in order to:understand dreams, and understand the purpose of dreams; and to know how to interpret dream. Dreams have rules of interpretation just as the Torah does:
pashat, remez, derash, sod
. There are established rules for dream interpretationand if you don’t know the rules you won’t be able to properly interpret your dreams.The activity of the unconsciousness is always there. It exists –
– it is. The ego [self awareness] cannot escape theunconscious mind though it may seek to escape it.
What we deny within we battle outwardly.What is life? Life Is a Lesson. Life is a lesson to be learned .It is to teach us what we need to know about ourselves.In life all things have hidden
[wisdom] which dwells in the unconscious mind. Everything you haveexperienced in your life has a hidden wisdom in it that is seeking to reveal itself to your conscious mind. This is whymany are subscribing to the mythology that there is this great spiritual battle going on between the evil “god” and thegood “god” in the Universe. Yahweh Elohim has to always be in this constant battle with
in order to have theupper hand in the Universe. That is
, and it is mythology-.It is not Biblical thought. “Xtians” alwaysbelieve the constant lie that “the devil is after me, please pray for me! I have been sick and I know it is the devil.” Oh,really? The purpose of life once again is- Life is a Lesson.
is merely a pawn in the hand of Yahweh .He usesthe Adversary to bring about His purposes. If you subscribe to that mythology you are denying the sovereignty of Elohim, and you have created a second ‘
that is equal to or more powerful than Elohim! That is nothing butpaganism. It is not Hebraic thought, and it is not Scriptural.Everything has a hidden wisdom to it. It does not have to be negative; even though it appears negative at the time ithappens. But it does not have to be negative, because the hidden wisdom is trying to teach you a lesson. It is like ourchildren when we tell them, “No,” and thus “a prayer goes unanswered”. We then pout around and throw a fit to ourheavenly parent, and whine like a child instead of a mature adult, because we didn’t get what our heart lusted after. ButYahweh Elohim in His wisdom withholds that thing from us because He knows all things. He knows that the thing youare asking for could bring about your downfall. But He might give it to you just to watch you fall and hear you say, “Iwish I had never bought that car, etc. All it is is trouble. I wish I had never done this, I wish I had never done that.”These are things we all need to learn in life. Some of the things we ask for (
like the children of Yisra’el)
we do notlike when we finally get them! Yisrael asked for a king because they wanted to be like the
and have a king.Yahweh in His wisdom gave it to them, and realizing that a king would end up in splitting the Kingdom and bringabout His purposes of scattering the 10 Tribes into every nation.If the unconscious mind [wisdom] is always trying to reveal itself to the conscious mind, how then, can we openourselves up to the unconscious mind? One method is dreams. Dreams are the vehicle or the bridge, of where theconsciousness [your ego] and the unconscious [wisdom] meet or they come together. Dreams form a bridge betweenthe conscious mind (that which is seen and known
to the unconscious mind (that which is unseen and unknown)
Dreams are vehicles or bridges by which the unconscious mind (which is always trying to reveal itself to you) can useto reveal wisdom to you. Dreams therefore lie in that spiritual realm that is faster than light, or hyperlight, calledthought. You are entering another realm when you dream. That is why when we awake we say the
– Wegratefully thank You for returning my soul to me. Because you are entering into the realm of thought, which is anotherdimension in which the unconscious mind dwells, it can reveal things to the conscious mind, and thus you bring themback into this world.The conscious element of the dream is in remembrance of the dream – that is your conscious mind [consciousness].The unconscious part of a dream is the mystically part of the dream; the symbolism within the dream. The symbolsthat are shown to you which are pure
, which are archetypal symbols known by all mankind. Those symbolsare the part that dwell in the unconsciousness mind and thus need to be revealed to the conscious mind forunderstanding.The conscious mind does the remembering.
The unconscious part of the dream is the symbolism within the dream. It is the mystical part; it is thepart say, “What does that mean?” Because our rational, logical conscious mind does not have the keysto open the symbols that can only be found in
[wisdom], which is found, not in your mind,but in the unconscious mind (the hidden mind) which is always there. We need to know how to unlock this treasure house of dreams, because within it are messages addressed to you in order to bring abouta change in your life, or to reveal hidden knowledge to you.