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Post Help my hands
I don't know if I have carpal tunnel syndrome or if it's in development. I have been cutting back using the computer, but they hurt. Maybe this would be a good test to heal with the help of the UNUS MUNDUS!

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Thanks. I had an interesting symbolic healing dream this morning. One not unlike that I had a few months ago when I had that cold. Thanks again. I truly appreciate it, Unus Mundus. 8)

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Michael wrote:
Thanks. I had an interesting symbolic healing dream this morning. One not unlike that I had a few months ago when I had that cold. Thanks again. I truly appreciate it, Unus Mundus. 8)


Maybe you could tell a little more but ONLY if you really feel so.

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The fate of fire depends on wood; as long as there is wood below, the fire burns above. It is the same in human life; there is in man likewise a fate that lends power to his life. And if he succeeds in assigning the right place to life and to fate, thus bringing the two into harmony, he puts his fate on a firm footing.

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Post Dream Within A Dream
Sure, but I will not be so explicit...
Let's just say the dream served to eliminate the cause rather than the symptoms.

Firstly, in my dreams last night, I was very confused, thus I woke up feeling like I got very little sleep.

In the dream, I was in McDonald's feeling depressed, but there to apparently satisfy one of my basic needs (hunger). The woman taking orders asked me if I had seen the movie, King Kong. I replied yes, but I had not liked it.

In King Kong, for those of you who don't know, an oversized ape (for lack of a better term) kidnaps a beautiful woman that he falls in love with, even though it is evident she was being sacrificed to him by the local tribe on King Kong's island.

I guess the moral of the story is that even 'monsters' are capable of loving. I think I said I did not like the movie, because I have not exactly experienced that kind of love for a few years now. So, I've been seeking to satisfy my needs in a more instant gratification sort of way (fast food). :oops:

In my dream, I woke up from the dream in which I was at McDonald's (at least this is how I remember it). I looked out of the window to see it was night time with a beautiful full moon surrounded by a rainbow aura. Coincidentally, or not, it is a full moon tonight. I ran to pick up my camera off the floor, and when I returned to the window, I struggled to get a view of outside. I had to go through curtains and blinds that seemed absurdly overlayered. Eventually, I got a view of the outside and saw that it was daylight, and the moon was no longer visible to take that picture. Instead, I was welcomed by a fleet of fighter jets that were shooting at my window. At this point, I noticed I was very high like I lived in a skyscraper.

**SPOILER ALERT FOR KING KONG**


At the end of King Kong, the beast takes the woman to the top of the Empire State building in New York City. He is eventually shot down by planes and falls to the street below.

I'll let you put the pieces together. I'm not sure how the moon/window/camera fits in, but I do know that the moon has always had a feminine aspect.

This dream was followed by another more explicit dream that I will opt not to post.

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Michael[b]

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Michael[b] was a typo when I was bolding some of the text in my post. Just so happens that B is my last initial.

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Post RE: Dream Within A Dream
Michael,

i guess I understand your point.

Just a few hints though: The MacDonald situation is presented as a dream within a dream, and the moon scenery as the containing dream, which would mean that it is closer to your reality, to what you truely are.

The moon I would associate with Eros consciousness. But then you do not need any tools to be there, no devices, just you who observes. If you seek your camera, you lose the moon. You should be the camera.

As for the MacDonald part, well I guess you've got the message :lol:

Roger

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THE IMAGE of THE CAULDRON.
Thus the superior man consolidates his fate By making his position correct.
The fate of fire depends on wood; as long as there is wood below, the fire burns above. It is the same in human life; there is in man likewise a fate that lends power to his life. And if he succeeds in assigning the right place to life and to fate, thus bringing the two into harmony, he puts his fate on a firm footing.

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