The Light That I Am

by J.C. Amberchele

The dream analogy has always appealed to me as a meaningful explanation of this so-called "life" of mine. Of course, as far as pointing towards one's true nature, there is nothing like actually pointing and looking, but the dream analogy confirms what I see when I See, and helps break the ties to deeply conditioned beliefs.

It goes something like this: When I dream I experience a world that is "real" to my dream personage. In this dream world,­ there appears a myriad of phenomena—houses, cars . . .


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