It’s occurred to me that maybe the highest places or principal landmarks from our childhood territories linger in our subconscious for many an old devil moon.
I told my cousin A.Michael, the Horror Apprentice, that I’ve been dreaming every single night without fail for months. He said that’s really excellent, and confided in me 3 new dream secrets of his own.
1. He paused a dream once, like a videotape.
2. He blacked out in a dream, then came back to, still in the dream.
3. He got shot in a dream.
Not to mention a nightmare he can still remember from when he was under 10 years old, featuring a chimpanzee on a coach.
He’s no expert on ASTRAL PROJECTION, but here’s what he said about flying.
Focus on a point ahead, or on the skyline, or where you want to be, but don’t will yourself too hard. The harder you try, the more you’ll skim the floor. It’s all about 100 percent total concentration. It’s a form of meditation, of visualization. You need to be able to picture the scenery from miles around. Once you start to create that landscape, you can look down on it. There are several kinds of dream flight – this hovering, bird’s eye view kind, or the much harder, run and take off from a standstill kind.
No wonder they write whole books about it.
Do you believe in this kind of talk, or are your rests like a black, blank slate?