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The Healing Power of Dreams: The Science of Dream Analysis and Journaling for Your Best Life!

Hope Bradford

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“Through the perfectly-formed chalice archetype, one discovers the fountainhead of reality: that one’s Original Grace (consciousness’s units of sand flowing and shaping themselves to form the chalice of reality) creates the divine alignment. Because of the Psychic Informational Dynamics of Consciousness, if the Outer Ego becomes too isolated or disparaged, dreams will remind of its alignment with the Greater Self’s deeply-held archetypes. Such a unifying system allows one to forever evolve their unique creativity while remaining part of the Universal (God) Force.”

“While one may encounter, in dreams, an enactment; a mimicking of a true life experience, the majority of dreams offer a smorgasbord of identities and latent talents available to the dreamer. And if the dreamer is too fixed in their ways, they may experience dreams of being a child—often a warning that they remain too narrow in their expectations of themselves and should expand their interests and definitions.”

“My dream of the chalice decades later demonstrates the future creates the past: that my arrival at the perfect place and time to receive cornucopia and violin was no accident. Thus, your history lives within a memory and therefore any present manifestation will be determined by confirmation or rejection of that memory. Altering just one memory variable can initiate an avalanche; a complete shifting of reality within the sands of consciousness. The secret of mind-to-matter manifestation, then, is that present objects and events are shaped from future thought/emotion forms. Such a powerful archetype, as the chalice, is metaphorical for one’s power to create and to heal. Blessed are those who skillfully transform thought into matter!”

“It's very complicated to hold the dream and live the dream. You are learning the art of juggling the dream and the world of dreams!”

“In yet another manipulation-of-matter dream, I saw several, perhaps ten, vortices (like spinning arms) protruding from my body. Rotating in a unison, counter-clockwise fashion, they would all, in simultaneous rhythm with my Prāṇa pulse, change direction. Immediately, I understood that these projections from my combined thought and energy processes would reverse themselves accordingly, thereby redirecting the effulgence/vibration field surrounding and radiating out from me. Another dream showed the Creative Energy of the universe surging into and through my crown area and then following down through my entire body until emerging as some form of matter. It too, seemed to involve the Prāṇa: that harnessing one’s divine heart energy is the ultimate manipulator of matter.”

“In dreams, I’d seen visions of Kuan Yin or hear Her speak. Indeed, H. P. Blavatsky, once defined Kuan Yin as the "Divine Voice of the Self", perhaps implying the infinite voices of Self—divine and otherwise, and that the Inner Self’s desire would inevitably be actualized by the waking self.”

“Having grown up knowing the formerly-mentioned historical figures on the bus are part of my family lineage, I was interested to learn that at least one, famed American psychic and suffragette, Amanda Theodosia Jones (of Puritan, Quaker and Huguenot heritage), was a self-proclaimed spiritualist. While aware of her inventions and business endeavors, I’d never been informed of her interest in metaphysics. Possessing a rather significant collection of her letters, poetry and other documents, it is perhaps my intimate relationship with this extraordinary individual inspiring my lifelong engagement with the psychic world. Indeed, in a recent dream, the spirit of Amanda T. Jones contacted me for reasons that will later be delineated. It is my ongoing contact with her and other spirit entities (including the Bodhisattva of Compassion, Kuan Yin), in fact, inspiring me to pen this manuscript. Having dedicated her 1910 autobiography, A Psychic Autobiography to William James, (known today as the Father of Modern Psychology and who’d encouraged her to author it), Ms. Jones therein described her psychic abilities and subsequent expansion into spiritualism. Her developing interest in mysticism led her to be among those at the forefront of the spiritualist movement that, for a period of time before and after the Civil War, captured the imagination of millions. In her poetry book (Poems, 1854–1906), she detailed a family incident leading to what could be considered as a miracle.”

“Having grown up knowing the formerly-mentioned historical figures are part of my family lineage, I was interested to learn that at least one, famed American psychic and suffragette, Amanda Theodosia Jones (of Puritan, Quaker and Huguenot heritage), was a self-proclaimed spiritualist. While aware of her inventions and business endeavors, I’d never been informed of her interest in metaphysics. Possessing a rather significant collection of her letters, poetry and other documents, it is perhaps my intimate relationship with this extraordinary individual inspiring my lifelong engagement with the psychic world. Indeed, in a recent dream, the spirit of Amanda T. Jones contacted me for reasons that will later be delineated. It is my ongoing contact with her and other spirit entities (including the Bodhisattva of Compassion, Kuan Yin), in fact, inspiring me to pen this manuscript.”

“Focusing upon the powerful dynamics of the universe and how we can each access them, these mind-to-matter teachings demonstrate how we can resolve many dilemmas through fully understanding messages from our dream-world. Giving form and direction to one’s life through accessing their latent powers, one brings to the fore preexisting extraordinary potentials that may have formerly been ignored. The teachings herein beautifully illustrate how emerging scientific discoveries suggest that humans are hard-wired to create their own destiny through these processes.”

“Especially did his [Seth Jones] intense belief in the efficacy of the “Prayer of Faith” produce a deep impression—partly due to this unquestioned fact: During a distressing drought (I think near Sackett’s Harbor, N.Y.) an assemblage of farmers in open field expressed in his presence utter hopelessness with regard to rain, saying that a single day more would ruin every crop. “If you would pray for rain with Faith it would come,” he said. “But we have no faith! Will not you exercise it for us?” Whereupon he knelt down upon a stump and prayed mightily for three hours, while (it was related) copious showers fell from the eyes of his hearers. When he descended , the first great drops of a “glorious rain” were dashing down. At eighty-three he presided over a Universalist convention…” ~ Amanda Jones”

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