#72 Conscious Dreaming

The mind is dreaming all the time. It is dreaming when you are awake, and when you are asleep. The consciousness process involves waking up from these dreams that run through your head. Most often they appear as narrative stories. What will change your life is when you take charge of the dreams in your mind during the day instead of allowing them to dream you.

This podcast is a recording of a conversation with Eva Beronius on her Uncover You podcast on the topic of how the mind dreams, and how you can take conscious change what and how your mind dreams.

Eva’s website is selfmasteryandbeyond.com

If you are interested in her Beyond the Mind Meditation training  go here

Meditation is one way to train your mind to dream a different dream. So is singing songs of love, or holding grudges. Forgiveness is a dream that breaks you free of other narrative stories that run as recurring dreams. All of these tools or methods for conscious liberation from the suffering of the mind involve using your attention perception and creating different experiences in your inner world. You can re-imagine yourself, or you can keep dreaming the same narrative stories currently running.

It all depends on whether you identify as a creator or “Dreamer” of your own inner world, or whether you live in a narrative story that you are a victim.

Your mind can’t tell the difference between what is reality, and what is a dream, but you as consciousness can.