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by Mike Avery

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ISBN:
1570430608
Author:
Mike Avery
Category:
New Age & Spirituality
Language:
English
Publisher:
Eckankar (April 1, 1992)
Pages:
137 pages
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1230 kb
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1931 kb
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Rating:
4.1
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423


He teaches us how to find and use key symbols and bookmarks to develop a vocabulary derived from the personal experiences of our own lives.

He teaches us how to find and use key symbols and bookmarks to develop a vocabulary derived from the personal experiences of our own lives. Once we agree on the meaning of certain symbols, they become part of our personal vocabulary to gain awareness and guidance in our daily lives.

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Avery just sets out his ideas and leaves us to take another step. The greatest revelation is that of the "Waking Dream

Avery just sets out his ideas and leaves us to take another step. Or not. The techniques for dreaming and expanding our lives must be tried with open mind. I'm sure they're not for everyone-but well worth knowing about. Any dream/spiritual teaching that one feels is complete and transformational is the one to go for. They all have their place. The greatest revelation is that of the "Waking Dream. The idea is phenemonal.

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ive considered that before. have you ever read teh book The Daydreamer? is that where u got that idea? thats where I heard it. its a good book. meg · 1 decade ago. 0. Thumbs up.

Anonymous · 1 decade ago. Thumbs down. ive considered that before.

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In this clip Mike Avery is hunting in Florida with Danny SantAngelo of Okeechobee Outfitters ww. .He's after axis deer at the world famous brady ranch

In this clip Mike Avery is hunting in Florida with Danny SantAngelo of Okeechobee Outfitters ww.He's after axis deer at the world famous brady ranch. This is an excerpt from the Outdoor Magazine TV show.

Wake up to the true significance of each moment!

A woman breaks open her Chinese fortune cookie and reads the slip of paper. "Don't fall back on old habits," it says. She looks at the unlit cigarette in her hand - her first in months - and puts it away. While driving, a young man thinks of recent struggles which helped him overcome barriers to happiness in his personal life. Suddenly five sheep jump the fence bordering the highway and dart to a patch of lush green grass in the center divider. Meanwhile, the lecture tape on his car stereo underlines what he sees: "The grass is greener on the other side."

Within this book are fascinating examples from real people who learned to listen to their own inner language - the secret language of waking dreams. Through humble sources they found insights into burdensome problems, prophecies, and even warnings.

Are you overlooking the countless ways life speaks to you for your benefit? Examples and easy techniques in The Secret Language of Waking Dreams will help you:

- Discover the key symbols that alert you to the significance of seeming coincidences

- Learn how "bookmarks" can inform you or warn you of upcoming situations

- See common events as stepping-stones along your journey to spiritual awakening

- Find the source for this unique study of waking dreams in ECKANKAR, Religion of the Light and Sound of God.

  • AfinaS
On the surface the book seems to be tidbits from well known authors and fellow Eckankar members (the author is an Eckist). There is some interesting waking dream information, but there are also many distortions. The author gradually slips Eckankar dogma into the stories and comments, and increases the dogma in the final few pages.
I found the piece on "The Pseudomaster" to be rather ironic since Harold Klemp (Avery's master) is the real pseudomaster. The piece on "The True Reality" was also very far from being "True" or "Reality!" The waking/sleeping dreamer will see mental constructs of "masters" presented to them by Eckankar as descriptions and visual images. At times, however, ones own higher self (God-soul) will present a friendly and trustworthy construct to communicate with the perceiver/dreamer as a means to assist with spiritual growth (Golden-Tongued Wisdom). The problem with Eckankar is that all trust and surrender is placed with another (the Mahanta or Dream/Inner/Outer Master) which leads to spiritual dependency rather than spiritual freedom.
The piece on "Child in the Wilderness" is also a distortion because Harold Klemp was in a state of imbalance way before the events on the "bridge." He jumped off the bridge, stripped at an airport, and was arrested. His choice was to either go to jail or to a mental lock-down unit and klemp chose the mental lock-down. He was released when he learned how to "play the game." I think he is still playing games when it comes to covering up the truth about Twitchell, Eckankar, and the phony Mahanta. The author must still be under Klemp's spell in order to write such a subtle and yet a deceptively innocent Eckankar spin of waking dreams. Be cautious though... your sleeping dreams will be affected as well.
  • Perdana
I read this book over 10 years ago and though a bit skeptical began trying some of the techniques he mentioned in the book. I have become a real believer. I asked for signs from God and boy oh boy did I get them. To me it was like seeing the "parting of the Red Sea in person." The help I received from these Waking Dreams came at major junctures in my life. Enough time has passed since some of these miracles happened in my life for me to see that following the wisdom gained from these Waking Dreams have made a huge positive impact on my life. What ever the authors religion, what he had to share is real and useful to me. I say read the book and then try it for yourself. I have begun to see that God is too big to fit in one religion. That's my two cents worth.

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  • Wenyost
The author is a member of Eckankar, granted. But I have never found such clear, concise and loving language anywhere. Avery just sets out his ideas and leaves us to take another step. Or not.

The techniques for dreaming and expanding our lives must be tried with open mind. I'm sure they're not for everyone--but well worth knowing about. Any dream/spiritual teaching that one feels is complete and transformational is the one to go for. They all have their place.

---Enjoy.
  • Doath
I have read this book, and I enjoyed it. It gives techniques for understanding dreams and examples of how other peoples dreams helped them. One of my favorite parts is when it explains how a person can agree to a particular sign for something important in their life. (I used the technique myself, and when the sign I set appeared, it was right on. -- I had set up the sign that I would date someone who cared enough about me to write me a letter... now I am married to that man :)