Daydreams, Interpretation, and Meditation - 12jan23
“Tell me what you dreamt and I’ll tell you what it meant.” said the protagonist’s wife in Fiddler on the Roof. Often (so called) hidden meanings tell us more about the interpreter than they do of the subject matter.
The great, nineteenth century, Tibetan yogi, Dza Patrul Rinpoche, endorsed the spontaneous and uncontrived lifestyle that is the fruit of centering, mindfulness, and meditation. Rather than striving actively to interpret our dreams or visions we could ALLOW the super computer between our ears to do that for us by marrying mindfulness to our inhalation as we silently recite “Watching this…” and blending meditation with exhalation as we mentally recite “relaxing!”
The application of our visions could come automatically as our choices, utterances, and deeds flow from a place of centered spontaneity: a benefit of meditating like a Jedi.
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