Lucid dreaming is common and I do it a lot. But recently I’ve begun dreaming — that I’m having lucid dreams (if that makes sense). The ‘focal person’ of my dream — the dream ‘me’ — is asleep and having a lucid dream which they (not me) are controlling. So, is that still lucid dreaming? I tried for ‘Dream Interpretation’ but YA wanted Psychology — oh, well!
Well I went to this store and I found this crystal and it was a crystal pendulum or something like that. Anyway I took off the chain and turned it into a necklace. And I heard of healing crystals? Could I still use it as a healing crystal? My god people! i just asked! do you have to be rude about it?!!
Have I just met the wrong kind of women or is it impossible to follow or even just occasionally visit a spiritual path if you have a significant other? Women seem to always bring me back to earth. Most of my aggression, anxiety, and ego identifying are usually related to my relationships with women. I know these problems are due to my own psychology but is my trying to balance women and spirituality even possible?
It is taught in many eastern philosophies that you are not your mind (thoughts and emotions) and that you should live in the moment. With those ideas in mind can you achieve scholarly or materialistic success, or is the ego (identification with the mind) a necessary driving force to achieve such things. If so it would great if you could give examples of individuals who were enlightened or spiritual and still went on to have families and worldly successes.
If God exists and i believe that something similar does (just not a person figure more like a consciousness within Everything). Why would “HE” only explain himself through one or two books? And they being the only path to find him?