The Source of Dreams

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Student Comment: You said earlier that the psychic space is curved toward liberation, but I actually thought that you were going to say the opposite, that it is curved away from liberation. That the space has been shaped by conditionings so that people don't want it, and yet now you're saying that that space has never been touched.

"No its the superego that curves you away from that," explains Shunyamurti, spiritual guide of the Sat Yoga Institute in Costa Rica. Using the example of the interference pattern of a dream (between the unconscious mind and the Atman), Shunyamurti explains: "This is why there is such a thing as Karma. It represents that point of shock between the superegos agenda and the pull of the Supreme Reality." Shunyamurti further explains that in modern psychology, the intelligence that has created the dream?which is completely different than the intelligence that identifies itself as a character in the dream?has been completely left out of dream interpretation. "Therefore, even the Freudians or the Jungians don't really touch into the nature of the source of the dream." Recorded on the afternoon of Tuesday, November 17, 2009.

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