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Alice Bailey & Djwhal Khul - Esoteric Philosophy - Master Index - DREAMS
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DREAMS
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Psychology2, 495:Touch briefly upon the conditions which foster dreams. Indicate the sources from which dreams canPsychology2, 495:foster dreams. Indicate the sources from which dreams can come and what produces them. [496] I doPsychology2, 499:it? The question now arises as to the source of dreams. Again, as in those cases we considered inPsychology2, 499:of Personality - Some Problems of Psychology 1. Dreams based upon Brain Activity. In these cases,Psychology2, 500:significance or spiritual meaning. These dreams are the most common at this time, owing to thePsychology2, 500:"sleep" at times. We now come to two forms of dreams which are related to the astral or emotionalPsychology2, 500:of Personality - Some Problems of Psychology 2. Dreams of Remembrance. These are dreams which are aPsychology2, 500:Psychology 2. Dreams of Remembrance. These are dreams which are a recovery of the sights and soundsPsychology2, 501:that satisfaction in the form of a dream. These dreams, related to astral satisfactions, are all ofPsychology2, 502:of Personality - Some Problems of Psychology 3. Dreams which are Recollections of true Activity.Psychology2, 502:which are Recollections of true Activity. These dreams are registrations of true activities. TheyPsychology2, 503:it to actual use by the physical body. The man's dreams will then be, in reality, nothing more norPsychology2, 503:of others (as recorded in the second category of dreams above) will still have some effect. ThisPsychology2, 504:of Personality - Some Problems of Psychology 4. Dreams which are of a Mental Nature. These havePsychology2, 505:oft a case of the "blind leading the blind". Dreams which are of mental origin are fundamentally ofPsychology2, 505:origin are fundamentally of three kinds: Those dreams which are based on contact with the world ofPsychology2, 505:therefore, form the basis of all history. Those dreams which are geometrical in nature, and inPsychology2, 506:and the dream life of the world aspirants. Those dreams which are symbolic presentations ofPsychology2, 506:given expression by him in the form of related dreams, creative work, and the expression of thePsychology2, 507:much of the material of many of the so-called dreams, as related by the average intelligentPsychology2, 508:his unfoldment and training. This category of dreams is becoming increasingly prevalent as thePsychology2, 508:- Some Problems of Psychology 6. Telepathic Dreams. These dreams are simply the record upon thePsychology2, 508:of Psychology 6. Telepathic Dreams. These dreams are simply the record upon the physical brainPsychology2, 508:as a man's own personal experience. Many of the dreams related by people are records of thePsychology2, 508:in all sincerity. We come now to a group of dreams which are a part of the experience of thosePsychology2, 509:of Personality - Some Problems of Psychology 7. Dreams which are Dramatizations by the Soul. ThisPsychology2, 509:the physical plane. These dramatic or symbolic dreams are becoming increasingly numerous in thePsychology2, 509:of himself, can rightly interpret this class of dreams. It will be apparent to you also that thePsychology2, 509:of Personality - Some Problems of Psychology 8. Dreams concerned with Group Work. In this type ofPsychology2, 509:dream is also the higher correspondence of the dreams dealt with under our fifth heading. The groupPsychology2, 509:into the brain consciousness in the form of dreams. Much of the experiences recorded in thePsychology2, 510:of Personality - Some Problems of Psychology 9. Dreams which are Records of Instruction. This typePsychology2, 510:of Personality - Some Problems of Psychology 10. Dreams connected with the World Plan, the solarPsychology2, 510:to the brain. This is true of both types. These dreams or recorded instructions indicate a highPsychology2, 539:frequently to the point of hysteria, full of dreams, visions and fears, and highly nervous. ThisPsychology2, 599:(as he regards and terms it) to the land of his dreams, to the person of his idealism or to thePsychology2, 601:is based in the majority of cases upon the dreams and aspirations of the mystics down the ages whoPsychology2, 606:eventually supersede all adolescent yearnings, dreams, imaginative longings and aspiration in thePsychology2, 606:is a vision of reality. The Eternal Dreamer dreams and the greatest of all Mystics is the divineRays, 484:to create upon the mental plane; they dreamed dreams; they saw a vision; they contacted intangibleReappearance, 163:recognized and will no longer be a thing of dreams and of wishful thinking and orthodox hope. Soul, 16:will reveal to us the promised land of man's dreams and aspirations. A spirit of uncertainty and
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