about sleeping, waking, brain waves, dreams and trance
By: Aernoudt Knecht – Print Article:
5 – The collective dream of our planet
Because of the way our planet moves through space, and the dance she does with our sun, a part of the planet is asleep, while another part is awake, always. If the soul of the world consists of the collective consciousness of all people, then our planet is partly awake and partly asleep … forever … at any time.
So if the soul of the world is on the borderline between sleeping and waking, it is not surprising that our personal lives and the evolution of humanity as a whole, unfold like a kind of dream. This may be bad news for the control freaks among us, but you have to really persist in believing that the story of humanity, or that of your personal life, simply unfolds without synchronistic magic and according to random coincidences. On the contrary, the lives of most people are very mythical and archetypal in nature, and my personal experience confirms this observation increasingly throughout the years.
Concepts such as morphogenetic field, quantum field and synchronicity, are increasingly used to express that life is experienced like a story that is told, resembling a dream that is dreamt. Try putting this in a broader context: your life and the collective dream of our planet. If you really observe closely, you can almost see the fingerprints of editors on our reality. You shouldn’t take it too literally and believe that we are in a science fiction movie such as the Matrix, but anyone can see that not only the lives of prophets and mystics, but also the lives of ordinary people are touched by deep magic.
Your brain receives signals from the ether of the Earth, and you yourself choose at any time to which station you tune into, and which signals you send out. Would you like to get a grip on your personal life and destiny? Then try to see yourself as a character in a story, and start to write your own book! What is your destiny on this planet? How aware are you of the dreams you co-create?
© Aernoudt Knecht