1 FV—What’s the difference between dreams and the so-called real life?
2 CFKW—Both are manifestations of the spirit in different realities. The difference is that one is bounded to the material world, while the other is in free form. Together, they both have boundaries set by you, and there is timing in an orderly time to those boundaries.
[Note: At this particular time, the CFKW took me back to what I had just dreamt, which led me to my first question: In my dream, I was a student. I needed to learn a process. I was in my bedroom looking for a set of pants. I wanted a specific color. I kept searching through different pants. I first drew a pair that did not fit me. Then I took one that turned out to be a skirt, which I immediately discarded. I kept looking for one particular pair but could not find it. I settled for one I had dropped on the floor because I was frustrated, yet it didn’t fit me. My wife was there asking me why was I taking so long. I kept complaining that I could not find my pair of pants. She asked me to hurry. I was running out of time and chose the next one that would fit. It was a pair of white cargo pants that I didn’t like because it was heavy. Still, I put them on because I was running out of time.]
3 CFKW— You want things done right, but it is not up to you to make it 100% right. You have to deal with what is around you and work with it, not necessarily the one you need or want but the one available. Pants meant different choices— options to obtain the final goal, the work that needs to be done, and to fit in whatever is available at the time but not necessarily what you want but what is available to you.
[Continue dream recollection: I made it to school. I was a student. I was very well advanced compared to many others. I felt I could be a teacher and not a student, but I was a student, not a teacher.]
4 CFKW—You need to know your place. You are here to do your work, realize your position, and do what needs to be done.
5 FV—What is real, and what is a dream?
6 CFKW—You can’t tell. They both may be the same. They both may be for a process: At one time, focusing on one, and another time focusing on the other. They both serve as a way to work with the mind in the limited form of interpretation of things, understanding that the mind is not the brain.
7 The best example is autism, the one that leads to mathematical knowledge. That mathematical knowledge does not come from the brain because the student has not been taught to think and reason at such a higher state, but it is within the individual as evidence that the brain is only a receptor and not a generator.
8 Things do not generate from the brain but from universal consciousness. The brain is only a receptor that translates all that information and is either in or out of tune. It is out of tune if it’s not given the proper tools to sharpen the frequency level at which the brain has the ability to work based on the spirit’s own ability to comprehend, analyze and digest the information given, just as a child in elementary school and his ability to absorb the information compared to a heavy load material given to a college student.
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