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The 'I' of our dreams can be legitimately compared to the self that experiences probable events. Let us consider the following. An individual finds himself with a choice of three actions. He chooses one and experiences it. The other two actions are experienced also, by the inner ego, but not in physical reality...There is a constant subconscious interchange of information between all layers of the whole self.202The Seth Material
Now in the same way do you give freedom to the personality fragments within you own dreams and for the same reason. And you create for the same reason, and within each of you is the memory of that primal agony -- that urge to create and free all probable consciousness into actuality.244The Seth Material
In other words All that is existed in a state of being, but without the means to find expression for its being. This was the state of agony of which I spoke" "At first, in your terms, all of probable reality existed as nebulous dreams within the conscious of All that is..." "Had he not solved it, All that is, would have faced insanity, and there would have been, literally, a relity without reason and a universe run wild. The pressure came from two sources: from the conscious but still probable individual selves who found themselves alive in a God's dream, and from the God who yearned to release them.250The Seth Material
The inner ego always identifies with its source-identity as a beloved, individualized portion of the universe. It is aware of the universal love that is its heritage. It is also aware of the infinite power and strength that composes the very fabric of its being. Through being made aware of these facts, the exterior ego can begin to feel a quicker sense of support and nourishment. The knowledge can let it relax, let go, so that it feels its life couched and safe, and knows itself to be indeed a beloved child of the universe, both ancient and young at once, with an identity far beyond the annals of time. It is of great value, then, that each person remember this universal affiliation. Such a reminder can often allow the inner self to send needed messages of strength and love through the various levels, appearing as inspiration, dreams, or simply pure bursts of feeling. The inner ego draws instant and continuous support from the universal consciousness, and the more the exterior ego keeps that fact in mind, the greater its own sense of stability, safety, and self-esteem.3/xx148The Way Toward Health
Every subconscious personality then would see and hear the same dream, as many persons may watch the same movie; and as each person in a theater interprets the symbolism of the drama differently, so does each layer of the subconscious interpret differently the same elements of one dream. The I who dreams, who is aware of motion, action and participation in a dream, this I is of course the inner self, focused momentarily upon the particular subconscious layer at which the dream is originated.9341The Early Sessions, Book 3
Without dreams the outer camouflage self would lose all touch with inner realities, or would be in danger of thus denying its own heritage.9341The Early Sessions, Book 3
The intellect, again, was also and is a means by which the inner self relates itself to the camouflage physical universe which is has itself constructed. Dreams therefore cannot adequately be understood or probed into on an intellectual level.9451The Early Sessions, Book 3
In order to examine the reality of dreams it is necessary to change the focus of the inner self to those directions in which the inner self moves, when the ego does not limit its scope to camouflage reality only.9451The Early Sessions, Book 3
...so that to understand a dream properly we should first discover at which conscious area it originates. Individuals can be enabled to find the point of origin for themselves, after an attempt is made to recall any given dream or dreams... A state of dissociation is necessary, a letting down of egotistical barriers in order that inner symbolisms can be appreciated and distinguished. The change of focus alone will aid in intuitional enlightenment, and association can then rise more easily through the subconscious areas.9452-53The Early Sessions, Book 3
Many concepts, huge advancements and practical inventions, simply wait in abeyance in the world of dreams until some man accepts them as possibilities within his frame of reality.115189The Early Sessions, Book 3
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