What happens if we allow the ego to open up slowly to the imaginal in order to let the dream speak its life in and through us.
When we get into the relational lens of dream tending, we are starting to honor the psyche and the images, as if they have a life of its own versus strictly an interpretive lens.
One of the most common symptoms of PTSD is nightmares, but from a conceptual way of looking at psychology, the nightmare is just treated as if a symptom that needs to be fixed, as opposed to a message that has a divine source that is wanting to be related to and explored.
What happens if we let the dream speak from the inherent meaning that it has, and allow the destiny, the purpose, the meaning, the hope to spontaneously arise?
Breaking down the etymology of desire and how desire moves and affects us.
The tendency towards knowledge rather than Gnosis.
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