Full Moon Dreams

Astral and paranormal experiences, dreams and visions.
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Polyhymnia
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My imagination has become very active in the moments before I fall asleep, but then I wake up with no recollection of having dreamt anything these past few days. I have my journal beside my head and everything! I believe this is what they call murphy's law.
"Limited love asks for possession of the beloved, but the unlimited asks only for itself." -Kahlil Gibran
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Benemal wrote: Wed Oct 14, 2020 3:32 pm Getting a bit off-topic now, with stuff that has been discussed in many other topics before. Dying to the world, mortification, salt becoming tasteless, and so forth. How something very dear can become an addiction, even a religion, and then lose all meaning, taste and color. Particularly this happened to me with music. What I meant by it possibly being a blessing, to have other tastes and colors to turn to, to possibly heal your despair. I wanted to quickly post about this, before trying to find an appropriate topic, where maybe this stuff needs to be discussed once again.
I have lately been mourning over the experienced loss of many ideals that I once held dear. The topic came to my mind once again today, and I wondered that the actual reason for the pain that led me to experience my former ideals as attackers is not that the ideals are wrong, but that my full focus wasn't on working for my ideals but instead the need/want for approval distorted my relationship with them.
So perhaps it's not music, that you need to be dead to, but to some drive which uses music in your life as a tool.
Or perhaps the drive is just, only misplaced like when people use food or sex as a substitute for meaningful connection.
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There's a tiny spot opening to sky where my working room's curtain, usually closed in evenings, does not cover that particular triangular part of the window. I like to see that tiny piece of sky, particularly at the times when the full moon rises to that exact spot to tell her good night greetings. Yesterday evening both the full moon and Mars were so ruthlessly visible in that small peeking triangle when I went to bed, that it was not a surprise that the "astral tv" opened almost as soon as I closed my eyes.

Seeing these vivid, independent and clearly phantasmagoric visions, which are so different to the usual sketchy forms of imaginations, often makes me wonder the contempt with which more scientific minded people consider imagination. Would they reconsider, if actually witnessing such sights? But most likely the contempt keeps the visions away, since brain consciousness rejects & aborts them.

It is a happy event to have such an intense presence of Mars with the full moon during – or at least so close to – our Mars-related "Feast of Autumn's Passing" tomorrow. In case you'd like to participate and do not own the feast hymn, let me know & I'll send the text.
Faust: "Lo contempla. / Ei muove in tortuosa spire / e s'avvicina lento alla nostra volta. / Oh! se non erro, / orme di foco imprime al suol!"
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The moon is indeed a vision of beauty on her own, but that beauty is certainly magnified when she has guests. Two days ago I watched the lunar ascension for the evening and was so overtaken by her beauty I had to pull my car over. She started out as a giant on the horizon, and slowly made her way to her place among the stars, and since that moment of glorious witness I’ve been in a daze, complete adoration, for her. I’ve been dreaming every evening since, but my dreams seem to be covered by fog immediately upon waking and I can’t remember anything. I don’t know much about dreams, but does anyone know what makes dreams more accessible than others?
"Limited love asks for possession of the beloved, but the unlimited asks only for itself." -Kahlil Gibran
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