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Dream Yoga: Consciousness, Astral Projection, and the Transformation of the Dream State (Anglais) Broché – 1 mars 2010


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Dream Yoga Among the ancient mystics, shamans, Egyptians, Tibetans, and even for modern investigators like Carl Jung, consciousness and the dream state have been of the utmost spiritual and psychological importance. Astral projection, lucid dreaming, out of body experiences, and vision quests are all part of the extensive practical science of Dream Yoga, the sacred knowledge of consciously harnessing the pow Full description



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Gnostic teacher discusses dream techniques 26 novembre 2004
Par Lleu Christopher - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
I was not familiar with Samael Aun Weor before reading this book. He is described on the cover as a "Gnostic Master" and the founder of the International Gnostic Movement. He is the author of a very large number of books on esoteric subjects. Dream Yoga seems to be mainly aimed at people who are familiar with his teachings and terminology. For someone new to his rather idiosyncratic point of view, such as myself, the book is quite difficult and sometimes confusing. The book is quite short, 108 pages, and 30 of these pages are a dictionary of dream symbols.

Weor is definitely one of those occult teachers with his own system. He draws on many different traditions --mainly Eastern religions such as Tibetan and Tantric, but also Kabbala, Christian and Mayan. I found this radical eclecticism a little disconcerting, especially considering the dogmatic tone of the book. There is no attempt to explain how these traditions are connected and many of the terms, such as obscure (to most readers) god and goddess names, are never defined. He never, for example, explains how these many traditions are united under the banner of Gnosticism, which was originally a Christian sect (albeit one deemed heretical). I am not saying that all of these ideas cannot be synthesized, only that the reader deserves a little more explanation than is provided here. When I say Weor is dogmatic, I mean that he has a rigid idea of what is right and wrong. Although he claims that "Gnosticism is not against any religion, school, order or sect," he frequently refers to ideas that contradict his own as "pseudo-esotericism" and "pseudo-occultism." In one place he refers to those who differ on some rather obscure point as "imbecile ignoramuses." He also makes a statement that will surely offend gay people, who he sees as symptomatic of "this perverse, corrupted and doomed Aryan civilization." I am quoting some of this to give potential readers an idea of what they are in for if they choose to read this book.

Despite all of these criticisms, I don't doubt that Weor possesses some genuine knowledge and that many of the techniques given in this book can be quite useful. He points out, for example, that to master being awake in dreams, you must work on being conscious while awake. This idea is not unique to this author, but it is a valuable piece of advice. I would recommend this book mainly to readers who are already familiar with Weor's system or who are interested in following the Gnostic path (which is rather ascetic and mystical, at least as Weor interprets it). It also makes a good addition to a collection of books on dreaming. If you are a beginner to dream studies, however, you would probably do better with a more basic and less jargon-filled book.
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The "how to" book 24 juin 2004
Par Ryan Kouroukis - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
This is a book that is compiled from various lectures and written works by the Great Initiate Samael Aun Weor.

Written in a direct and easy to undertand way, Samael explains what dreams are, where we go when we sleep, why we dream and how to be awake and stay awake in the dream world (also called the Astral plane). He also tells us about higher beings that exist there as well as different spiritual places.

He relates this from his personal experiences and esoteric investigations and shows how psychology plays an important and crucial part in awakening.

Packed full of practices and excercises, the book is great for beginners and also experienced people.

-Forget about all the pseudo "spiritual" junk out there and go to a living fount of knowledge...Samael Aun Weor.
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Simple, Practical, and Possible 9 janvier 2005
Par Paul Grossman - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
Dream Yoga is short, simple, and practical. It provides methods that any sincere student and seeker can utilize in order to experience vividly, for themselves, the great reality of the Astral Plane.

I've been familiar with the Astral for a long time. However, I'm really just an exception, because most of humanity still doesn't understand that we exist in many dimensions. We only percieve this three dimensional world with the five senses, even though there is much more. If you look at the snail, you understand that it percieves one-dimensionally through sensations. The dog percieves two-dimensionally. And yet, both these animals exist within the three-dimensional plane. We know this because we have the faculties to proove it. However, these animals don't. This is the same case with higher dimensions, like the Astral Plane. There exist beings who understand that we are like the snail and the dog, without the faculties to percieve higher dimensions.

When human beings dream at night, what really happens is that we leave our physical bodies. Most people aren't aware of this because it takes a certain discipline in order to awaken the Conciousness, in order to live and breathe in those dimensions just as we do here. A person who is awakened is always aware, 24/7. In the day they are like any normal person. They have a job, kids, and a marriage. What makes them exceptional is while the rest of humanity is unconcious of where it goes at night, the awakened individual knows. He has Concious Will. He can study all the Great Mysteries of the Cosmos, speak to Self-Realized Beings, visit wonderful places, etc. (because there are less laws, including the absence of gravity, you can fly to places).

All of this is very possible. Any individual can experience the Astral. It simply takes interest, effort, and discipline. The book Dream Yoga offers such a discipline, including practices that will help one get started. It's also an excellent reference for advanced students.
31 internautes sur 34 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
Practical - Not Theoretical 5 août 2003
Par P. Valois - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
This concise text details an exact and clear method for any sincere person to directly experience the truth of the Internal Worlds. Saints and mystics have long tried to explain that this physical world is not the limit of nature, and occultists have described the many aspects of this truth, some well, and some poorly. But "civilized" humanity has always rejected such claims as "fantasy" and "foolishness." Who is the fool now that physics recognizes the incontestable truth of these worlds? The sincere student finds a wealth of practial help in this book. Any human being who works seriously to utilize the steps given in this book will see the truth for themselves. This means that one must make strong effort and be willing to see that truth; the one who practices while also feeding their doubt is like a person who wants to lift some paper that is under their own foot. Move your foot and the paper lifts easily. Keep your foot down, and you will never move it. Dream Yoga is the same.
Includes a dictionary of dream symbols written by Samael Aun Weor and appearing in English for the first time.
Chapters include: The Awakening of Consciousness, On Dreams, Dream Yoga Discipline, Nourishment for the Memory, The Return Practice, The Four Blessings, The Guardian Angel, Hod, Meditation, Order and Esoteric Discipline, Dream Interpretation (First time in English), A General Guide to Dream Symbols, The Astral Body.
21 internautes sur 22 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
Lucid dreaming 29 décembre 2004
Par M. Richardson - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
This is a good introduction to lucid dreaming/astral projection. The approach given is very similar to Tibetan dream yoga, which is somewhat different from western lucid dreaming. The latter puts a scientific spin on dream travel and consists of induction techniques and self-suggestion exercises. This book, however, presents lucid dreaming in a more spiritual way: as a means of exploring superior worlds in higher dimensions.
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