Dream Boundaries


1 Every experience we have is the result of our thinking, of our thought manifested by itself. It is our journey, desire, and need to find movement.

2 In dreams, one wants to experience aspects of life without the boundaries of the body which is a mechanism to experience life without boundaries. Through such, one creates some resistance to boundaries to see how far one can go.

3 From the good to the bad, and from the extreme to the most subtle, experiences of the mind are what take place.

4 Frustration, anger, and all kinds of emotions are experienced in dreams because the soul needs to feed from them to help the soul determine what’s next or what new boundaries one must face.

5 While the clock is ticking, remember there is no time (limit) for spiritual growth. But time puts limits on ourselves to prove and show control over some things we have no control over.

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