Dreams and Astral Travel

Dreams and Astral Travel and spiritual awakening ascension


Dreams and Astral Travel are very present during sleep. Rest is as essential to the spiritual body as it is to the physical. When you sleep at night, the spirit leaves the body and enters the inner realms where it is recharged with cosmic energy. In addition, The spirit is etherically connected to the physical body at the solar plexus and top of the head. These connecting threads can be seen by clairvoyants as silvery cords of unlimited elasticity.

Distance travel has no limitations. You can travel to other countries; explore the depths of the oceans, other planets or even other galaxies. All the while you are safely attached to your sleeping body via the etherically charged silver cord.

Dreams Communicate Messages from The Soul

The Soul and Astral Travel

Dreams and Astral Travel are also comments on your life. Consequently, some dreams are simply a means of releasing pent-up tensions accumulated in your daily life. Other dreams are messages from your soul. Most dreams are meant to tell you something that is important for you to know about yourself at that moment in your life. This is different from dream interpretation. Equally important is the fact that trying to interpret dreams from a limited 3D perspective only creates confusion. Dream interpretation is an approach to understanding dreams from the limitations of a five sensory perspective.

Understanding dreams as messages from the soul is a multi-sensory approach to dreams. It is therefore, that Dream interpretation is seeing dreams from the outside in. Understanding dreams as messages from the soul understands them from the inside out. That is significantly different.

How you utilize these extrasensory communications from your soul is up to you. If you fail to make any sense of your dreams, it’s because you believe that none exists.

In your very deep sleep experiences, you are learning, studying and evolving.
Not only do we work on our life purpose during waking hours, but during sleep, when in communication with other aspects of our own identity, we work at tasks quite as valid as those of our waking conscious state.