Connections,  regardless if it friends, family, acquaintances, are an important part of everyday interactions.  It is what allows us to relate.  Dreams are no exception.  The connections that relate to dreams are vital because the relation is between the Unconscious and who we are.  For people who have read Freud’s book “Interpretation of Dreams,” he relates much of what we experience to the previous day’s activities.  Through my dreaming journey, much of what I sought after wasn’t representative in that the activities, though on occasion they have been, no.  It wasn’t until I started making dream interpretations I started to see connections.

At 15, due to my OBE that had placed me in an interesting scenario, which was that I knew more about myself at the age of 15, then most people have their entire lives.  Though this does sound far fetched, it wasn’t until after the roughly 500 dreams that I had interpreted which guided these people to some form of understanding, regardless of accuracy, that these connections were a vital part of who we are.  It was at this point where I felt certain attributes of life piecing itself together.  At times I could see these pieces, like an infinite puzzle and at this point, I saw Jung’s idea of how society is, the Collective Unconscious.  To me, this was remarkable.  The ability for this type of connection, this type of experience at a young age.  It was until a few years later in my late teens to early ’20s when I was starting to relate to this particular form.  Not a single person can so call “master” this type of connection, and to do so, one must have the limitless ability and unbelievable control and in a human body, this is impossible.  It must be a system.

The possibility of these connections to be manageable is to have them connected.  In computer networking, a setup called a mesh network is a type of setup that is one of the most difficult to the multiple device connections. However, it is the most secure due to its redundancy.  Relating this to the subject of connections for this subject,  a book entitled, “Power vs. Force” by David R. Hawkins, M.D., Ph.D. was recommended at the time of this posting and to drive the point regarding mesh networking outside of the computer field, “Chapter 23: The Search For Truth” lists the following results due to Kinesiologcial testing:

  • One individual at level 700 counterbalances 70 million individuals below level 200
  • One individual at level 600 counterbalances 10 million individual below level 200
  • One individual at  level 500 counterbalances 750,000 individual below 200
  • One individual at  level 400 counterbalances 400,000 individuals below 200
  • One individual at  level 300 counterbalances 90,000 individual below 200
  • Twelve individuals at level 700 equal one avatar at 1,000 (1).

These are some staggering numbers and shows how much connections play a part in our lives and how each person can contribute if they know it or not.  Also, can you imagine the energy produced?  For me, these connections are a natural movement.  The book that I referenced was due to a friend who read “The Bridge” post and emailed me the information about the author and book.  It was through that particular connection that leads to this particular post.

The journey for me is just getting started, and the dreams and experiences that I’ve been through will no doubt lead to some amazing things and people.  We are all connected, physically, spiritually, and by dreams through a network of energy.

This is only the beginning.

Dream big, dream often but always DREAM LUCID


  1. Hawkins, D. R. MD. , Ph.D.(2012)Power vs. Force: The Hidden Determination of Human Behavior, Sedona, Arizona: Hay House p. 286

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