by Susan Kramer
In lucid dreams we carry on plausible conversations.
When with another person in a lucid dream we are communicating on a more open, freer and a
more intuitive level of our mindexperiencing in greater depth the mind that we
already ownbut do not access in everyday living.
We are able to go into the greater depths of our mind in lucid dreams because our physical
senses are sleeping and not distracting us.
A way to go into and access further into the infinite depths of our mind is by sitting
still in meditationby making a firm resolution that we will disregard any sensations
from our body for the 5, 10, or 15 minutes of meditation. There are only so many thoughts
that can float up to our waking consciousness at any one moment. If we are distracted by
bodily sensations, our mind is too distracted to get much new information at the
To make lucid dreaming a more valuable experience, decide before going to sleep what new
information you would like. And decide that you will wake yourself up at the end of
gaining the information so that you can immediately write out the new insights. Remember,
in lucid dreaming you are accessing information already in your mind, that you have
previously been unaware of. On the unseen levels we are all entwined and really there are
no physical barriers. What one person knows we can all know, by tuning in to our own
deeper, unseen level of contact in a lucid dream or in meditation.
For example, I get the information for all of my writings from the recesses of my mind by
staying in consciousness of the Holy Spirit vibration that I have told you how to contact,
in my recent writing titled: 'Quiet Time'. Part of the collection: Blazing a Trail.
On practical and spiritual matters, it is a question of ask and you shall receivebut
you must set aside the distractions of the bodily senses in order to receive very much of
what is hidden right below the surface of your mind. And the two ways that I began
receiving information in depth were by lucid dreams, and quietly listening to the Holy
copyright 1999 Susan Kramer
Born and raised alongside the Chesapeake Bay, Susan Kramer
pursued a career as a classical ballet dancer and taught academics through kinesiology
during the 1960s; concurrently studying drawing and design and becoming an abstract color
constructionist in the 1970s. From the early 1980s to the present, Susan has written over
500 articles, essays, and commentaries in a combination of verse and prose form--with many
translated into the German language. More writings can be found at her
website:http://www.geocities.com/Athens/Aegean/5707/ email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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