The four dimensions are fascinating, especially in relation to our communication (i.e. making a "point"). So much so in fact, that I tried to organize my comment around them.
1.) This lecture series is getting pretty heavy... which is fitting!
2.) The worst, most jarring, and insightful experiences of many people's lives have been in the dream state, even if they do not remember, recognize or realize it.
3.) It is then fitting that we balance our perspective with a sliding scale: redefining exactly what an ego or dreams is, and the motivation behind them.
4.) If we wonder about something, such as why curiosity killed the cat, it is because we were not paying attention when we wondering (dreaming) about the quandary in the first place!
Just an experiment; God geometricizes through the Word! And thanks for the suggestion on the last slide of the PDF: "Before sleep, perform this meditation: concentrate on your
heart. Pray to your inner divinity to take you out of your physical
body to study and experience the Tree of Life."
I sadly struggle to motivate for astral projection. It just seems so irrelevant and futile, even when working with my daydreams. Such as right now. However, I try to remember death, which we all flow toward unabated. The indescribable intelligence of the heart could shed some light on death's point.
Anthropology And Cosmology
Beginning Self Transformation
Cultivating Virtue Conquering Vice
Death And Dying
Dream Yoga And Astral Travel
Eternal Tarot Of Alchemy And Kabbalah
Fundamentals Of Gnosticism
Gnostic Mysteries Of The Bible
Introduction To Gnostic Studies
Secret Path Of Initiation
Secret Teachings Of Opera
Spiritual And Mental Health
Spiritual Self Defense
Sufi Path Of Self Knowledge
Sufi Principles Of Meditation