One man reports that occasionally he hears a voice in his dreams. This voice usually is loud and strongand is not associated with any characters in his dreams. "Typically, I'm told something very specific to door not to do," he relates. "I know this is God speaking to me - loud and clear. And I know I'd better listen."Morton Blumenthal, who received more dream interpretations from Cayce thananyone else - often reported dreams of a disembodied voice, which offeredcounsel. Cayce usually indicated this was input from the Creative Forces, God. Forexample, in one dream, Blumenthal dreamt of a figure leading him by the hand, anda voice which said, "The Lord will lead you - but you must ..." He had forgotten therest of what was said to him, but Cayce interpreted it as follows:"As in this, as is seen, again and again, the entity receives that reassurance of thehigher forces guiding, guarding, and directing the entity in its actions, as it were, with the cloud by day andthe pillar of fire by night."Blumenthal also had a fascinating dream in which God came to visit him. To the dreamer's surprise, Godwas a modern businessman. Cayce's interpretation pointed out that God was someone with whom we can"do business." God is not only transcendent but also actively involved in human affairs. It was a powerfulmessage and, in a sense, a wonderful revelation from the divine.
More Cayce on Dreams
The following is an excerpt from the excellent book byHarmon BroentitledCayce on Dreams.
During the dreaming state of sleep, we experience the different levels of consciousness and receive inputfrom the different realms of the spirit world. Through dreaming, we have special access to our spirit within.According to the Cayce readings, there is not a question we can ask which cannot be answered from thedepths of our inner consciousness when the proper attunement is made.A dream may be of a physical, mental, or spiritual nature and may deal with all manner of psychicmanifestations. These include telepathy, clairvoyance, prophetic visions, out of body traveling,remembrance of past lives, communication with beings in other realms including deceased friends andrelatives, spirit guides, angels, Christ, and even the voice of God. Dreams can also give invaluableinformation on the status of the body.All subconscious minds are in contact with one another.Through the subconscious, dreams may place us inattunement with those in the physical realm or those in thespiritual realm. We may be visited in the night by discarnateentities for many reasons: they may seek to give usassurance about their well-being in other realms of existence;they may come seeking our aid through prayer; they maycome to bring us information which may be very helpful orlimited; or they may come to influence us with their owndesires or perspectives, which may be helpful or harmful. Forexample, there are dream reports of deceased relativesappearing and giving instructions about where to find a will ora lost object.The events we experience in the third-dimension are, as it were, a "past condition" because this dimensionis simply a projection or a reflection of what is being built at another higher level. Therefore, when we tuneinto these higher levels, as we may in dreams, we become aware of what is being built, and what may beprojected into the physical in the future. Nothing of importance happens to us that is not foreshadowed inour dreams. Which is not to say that all dreams are precognitive or that the exact detail of everything weexperience is given earlier in dreams. However, the word "foreshadowed" suggests that we may glimpseand be warned of what we are building now which may come into manifestation later. We call thesedreams "precognitive" or "prophetic."
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