I’ve been thinking more about the Seth ideas along with the Master of Lucid Dreams ideas. I asked my dreamer a while ago to analyze the waking dream and got a dream that was a sum of the overall quality of my waking life at that time. Starting to think of the dreamer and my waking self as people on either side of a glass, each thinking they are seeing their reflection, (and perhaps they are). Seems like lucidity, both awake and asleep, is the key to making a bridge between the two aspects of the psyche.
I’m about 2/3 of the way through Master of Lucid Dreams–it talks about different traumas humans experience (for example: a non-lucid death, or more obvious like abuse) and how if we suppress any traumas they come alive and dominate our lives and we enact the traumas upon others (in other words, spreading the trauma). If we observe our traumas/fears, while focusing on the third eye, then we gradually become free of them, and eventually they can assist us. While the ideas may be familiar to varying degrees, the way it is described is quite different, and I am always a fan of that.
So last night I had the following dream:
I go to visit Ma, but they are gone for the three day weekend. Instead there are some Tibetans there. They are cleaning and doing other acts of service. They are also very knowledgeable in the matters of death and dreaming. I am sad that I missed Ma, but feel like working with them will better prepare me for when I see Her again. I plan on staying for the weekend and using tomorrow to make lots of very yummy food as a service–including very luscious blueberry crisp.