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I hear them whisper ''here she goes, she's off with the faeries again"

Hullo there all you would be-if you could be faeries, pixies, gnomes, goblins and elves,
that like to stay and play a while in our wonderful fantasy realm, where, just like children,
we don't need any excuses to join in and simply enjoy re-visiting our childhood days.

I understand that it does us a great deal of good to take a break from our on-going
busy lives and set aside a little time to `get in touch with our inner child',
for this is where we are able to access our Alpha mind state again,
just as we used to daily, up 'til we started growing out of it around the age of ten.

My friend Tina Volk has kindly agreed to assist me with content here,
in a very similar way we did in a Discussion called `Our Get-A-Way Gazebo'
that can be found in Mary Snowden's Group called `Spirituality and Consciousness'
here on TBD.

I heartily encourage folk who would like to join in and post their pictures, comments
and/or replies when they are happy to, and above all to have fun and simply ENJOY!

Come away, O human child!
To the waters and the wild
With a faery hand in hand,
For the world's more full of weeping than you can understand.
~William Butler Yeats, "The Stolen Child"

This is a work of fiction. All the characters in it, human and otherwise, are imaginary, excepting only certain of the fairy folk, whom it might be unwise to offend by casting doubts on their existence. Or lack thereof. ~Neil Gaiman

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Nocturnal Adventures - Part II
by Owen Waters

Last week, I pointed out that a curtain of forgetfulness is
drawn across our consciousness each time we awake from sleep.
Because our nighttime adventures typically occur in the
fourth-density spirit world, which is a more subtle realm than
our third-density physical world, our nocturnal activities are
more vivid, more alive, and more real than anything that occurs
during the day.

Because the spirit world is where the population of the
afterlife lives, you often meet friends and relatives there who
have passed on from the physical world. Nighttime can be a
wonderful time of reunion with such dear friends, so it's well
worth making the effort to increase your dream recall ability.

Your spirit body naturally resonates to the spirit world. Once
freed from the physical shell each night as your physical body
falls asleep, it will normally move upwards from the physical
third-density world towards the light of the fourth-density
spirit world. Upon arrival, you will notice extra light
everywhere: It fills the air and it radiates outwards from
solid objects. This is because material in the spirit realms is
made of etheric energy, which is a higher energy than the
electric energy that forms physical matter.

The air in the spirit world is filled with etheric energy,
ready to be drawn into some useful form by the intent of any
individual. People in the afterlife can build a new home just
as fast as they can visualize every part of it. It will stay in
existence as long as they pay it occasional attention. If they
want a little variety in the appearance of their new home, they
can even redecorate it every day! If they leave and move
elsewhere, the house will slowly dissolve, over a period of
months, back into the atmosphere as etheric energy.

The fact that people who live in the spirit realms create
homes does not exclude you, the temporary nighttime visitor,
from doing the same. In fact, having a private retreat
somewhere in the spirit world is a wonderful help in recovering
from the stresses of daytime physical living. There is plenty
of space in the spirit world for you to find a quiet, private
location for your retreat.

One of the curious properties of the spirit world is that you
can actually create your own space, fill it with objects of
your own design, and it will be something that no one else
would perceive unless they tuned into your thought pattern as
the creator of that scene. It can even be large enough to
include your own idea of an ocean scene with a perfect, setting
sun. It won't be the actual Sun; it'll just be your own,
private, artistic creation built for your own enjoyment, and it
will last for as long as you pay occasional attention to it.

The spirit or astral body is quasi-physical. This means that,
while it is subtle and etheric compared to the physical body,
it is still solid in its own environment. In the spirit realms
of 4D, matter is composed of etheric energy and is solid to the
touch. If you bump into another spirit or astral body on your
travels, they will seem solid, just like bumping into another
person in the physical world.

The fact that spirit matter is less dense than physical matter
gives you a lot more freedom of movement. You can meet a friend
halfway around the world in one or two seconds of travel time
just by projecting your spirit body to that new location. You
tune into that person and, wherever they are, mentally project,
and you will appear at that location.

A simple intention is all it takes to decide what each night's
adventure can be. Then, upon awakening, you're halfway to
remembering what happened.

So far, we have examined the possibilities for nocturnal
adventures where you can:

1. Visit friends and relatives who have either passed on or,
just like you, are temporarily out-of-body for the night.

2. Notice how the 4D air is full of energy and materialize
solid objects either just for fun or for artistic development.

3. Find a piece of land away from it all and build a small
retreat there.

4. Decide who or where to visit in a distant location, gather
your intent, and project there instantly.

The challenge is to remember such adventures. Intent is the
key. Tell yourself,

"Tonight, I intend to (have this adventure) and I will
remember it upon awakening."

Keep a notebook and pen right beside your bed and some source
of light (even a flashlight will do.) Get in the habit of
recalling dreams as soon as you awake and writing down
everything you can. You've just returned from another world to
a brain that's had the night off, so those memories will begin
to fade fast as soon as you wake up. Seconds count in writing
down those dream details.

Realize that the immediate dreamstate is shallow compared to
full immersion in the spirit world. The easiest dreams to
recall are the ones that occur when you are almost ready to
wake up. They are typically dramatic scenes filled with symbols
that help you consolidate the stresses that you have felt in
previous days. The key to understanding them is to ask what
each symbol means to you emotionally. Then, you'll understand
the stress that was being worked out in the dream, or the
message that your inner being was bringing to the surface for
your attention.

As you become more practiced in dream recall, you will soon
reach beyond the initial dreamstate and remember the deeper,
real-life experiences that you have each night in the spirit

The good news is that today, due to ongoing effect of The
Shift, the veil is thinning between the 3D physical world and
the 4D spirit world. As each year passes, people are
remembering more and more upon awakening. You may sometimes
find yourself between wakefulness and sleep and you are really
not sure which state you are in. Today, this is quite common
due to the thinning of the veil. As The Shift continues,
physical matter will move fully into 4D, there will be no veil
and full recall will be easy.

~~~ `Sweet Dreaming' ~~~
It is a beautiful thing,
The peace and the places one can go and absorb...

Or perhaps "Believed into Happening!" One never knows does one! Hugs OO..

The Healing Power of Dreams

By Rosemary Ellen Guiley

Sleep opens the door to an alternate reality: the world of dreams. In dreams we replay the events of our waking lives, often with different twists and outcomes. We are also plunged into bizarre adventures. Dreams often seem to be heavy with meaning, but the meaning is difficult to decipher amidst the surrealism of dream language.

Dreams do have meaning. They speak to us from the deepest levels of our being. They give us blunt and honest information about ourselves–they are mirrors that reflect back to us how we think we're doing in life. They tell us the truth about how we feel about ourselves and our relationships to others. They tell us what we really think about our jobs, abilities and pursuits. They make us ponder spiritual questions.

I have spent many years in dreamwork, and I believe especially in the profound power of dreams to heal. The healing power of dreams comes in many ways: the healing of inner wounds, the healing of setbacks, losses and griefs, the healing of self-confidence, and even the healing of the body. It's not that dreams themselves heal, but they do contain valuable insights into how we can heal ourselves. They help us process and integrate. They help us solve problems and reduce stress. And they help us envision bold ideas.
Dear OzzieOwl, One of the many treatments for those who have terminal illness, Cancer and such, those who have chronic pain and/or disability is the "Power of positive thinking". They use music and like to awaken and heighten the chemical that is sent to the brain that promotes healing.
I mention this because it has been my experience that visions (dreams) can also trigger the same chemicals. The more one has positive visions the healthier they feel, then the more energy the body has to heal.
It is a medical fact that stress causes the immune system to weaken, where stress draws the chemical out, positive, serenity and peace heighten the healing effect.

I adore my visions, they are like food is to the body only my visions give me inner strength, they quicken my spirit, uplift my heart and often give me solid direction in the living of life.

I thank you so much Dear Ozzie for all the time and effort you put in here. It is beautiful, informative, fun and well a gift to us all. Blessings, Tina

Thank you Tina, that is lovely of you to mention, and of course, all this would be lessened
to quite a degree, if it were not for you mustering your special energies to contribute here also. Thanks.

The healing power of dreams is ancient wisdom, but wisdom that, at least in the West, was lost over time. The earliest efforts to examine the content of dreams dates back some 5000 years to the Assyrians, Sumerians, Babylonians, and Egyptians, according to extant records. The Eygptians established the foundation of what was to become "oneiromancy," a Greek term for the science of interpreting dreams.

The Egyptians practiced dream incubation. Special temples dedicated to the god of dreams and healing, Serapis, were built for this purpose. People would make pilgrimages to these holy places to incubate dreams for healing and divination of the future. First, they had to undergo rigorous rituals of cleansing, fasting, sacrificing animals and repeating incantations. They then reported their dreams to interpreters. The dreams were regarded as real, not imaginary or fantastical events, that contained valuable information for cures.




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