The Dreamer Who Dreams You

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This book describes a walk: a walk in a world where everything breathes, everything thinks, everything has consciousness. There is a gradual opening through the dreaming body to the elements, trees, rocks; to animals, the human animal, the planet Earth, the stars, the universe. In this walk there is no difference between 'man' and 'nature'. All is energy, naturally.

The dream is a central theme in the awakening to this ecstatic dance. The dreamed meets the dreamer like the ...

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Overview

This book describes a walk: a walk in a world where everything breathes, everything thinks, everything has consciousness. There is a gradual opening through the dreaming body to the elements, trees, rocks; to animals, the human animal, the planet Earth, the stars, the universe. In this walk there is no difference between 'man' and 'nature'. All is energy, naturally.

The dream is a central theme in the awakening to this ecstatic dance. The dreamed meets the dreamer like the painting meets the artist. There is an ecstatic dialogue between the creator and the created. They co-create the new dream of their life, and dance between time and timelessness to the place of no thought the nirvana of the eastern traditions where we no longer have to speak, because there is no defining the beauty of unity.

This book is a bit like Dr. Who's tardis. Stepping through the door we find a whole world of information, setting out the wisdom Stone has gleaned in his considerable travels. This book respectfully links into many spiritual traditions, weaving them together in a central theme of the magical mechanics of life.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781846946653
  • Publisher: Axis Mundi Books
  • Publication date: 3/16/2012
  • Edition description: Reprint
  • Pages: 241
  • Sales rank: 1,464,887
  • Product dimensions: 5.40 (w) x 8.40 (h) x 0.70 (d)

Table of Contents

Introduction 1

1 Breath 9

Breath Awareness 11

2 Form 17

Thought - Vibrations 22

The One-Point Meditation 25

The Triangle 27

3 The Elements 31

The Elemental Circle 35

The Medicine Wheel 35

The Speaking Wheel 40

The Elemental Thought Vibrations 41

The Dreamers' Elemental Magic 47

The Human Dreamers who Dream us 51

4 Rocks 55

Listening to the Stone People 60

Journey to the Centre of the Earth 62

Quartz Crystal 65

5 Trees 71

6 Animal Guides 81

The Dreaming Body 33

Healing with Animal Guides 87

7 The Planetary Body 93

Eight-Humans 101

Human Teachers of the Dream 104

The Dalai Lama 113

The Australian Aboriginals 118

The Dalai Lama (again) 120

The Priestess and the Empress 122

The Protector, Jesus and Merlin 123

Chakras 126

Base Chakra Meditation 126

9 The Healers of the Universe 141

The Soul Journey 141

Death: The Transformation through the Physical Body. The Elemental Movement of the Soul 143

Chu-Ra 146

The Dreamer who Dreams you 147

Letting Go 149

Past Life Memories151

Daydreams and Nightdreams - Sleeping and Walking 156

Interpreting the Dream 160

10 The Crystal Skull 167

11 The Circle of 12 181

The Moon 184

The Shadow 188

Venus 189

Mercury and Merlin 190

Mars 193

The Asteroids 193

The Masculine and the Feminine 194

Jupiter 194

Saturn 195

Chiron 198

Uranus 200

Neptune and Pluto 201

12 The Sun 203

Journey of the Soul 209

13 Timelessness 213

Appendix: Speak 218

List of Exercises 229

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