The Dreaming

The Dreaming or the Dreamtime is an Australian aboriginal term syncretic with Connection.[1]

Syncretic Terms

Connection > Altered State of Consciousness, Channeling, Descent of the Holy Spirit, Divine Marriage, Divine Union, Drawing Down the Moon, It, Lightning Strike, Mystical Experience, Mysticism, Perfect Contemplation, Shamanic State of Consciousness, Spiritual Marriage, The Dreaming, The Unity, Trance, Union, Union with Reality

Notes

The Dreamtime expresses the timeless concept of moving from dream to reality.

""'the Dreaming' or 'the Dreamtime' indicates a psychic state in which or during which contact is made with the ancestral spirits, or the Law, or that special period of the beginning now past which is still heavily pervasive in the present and can be contacted in a 'dreaming' state.' [2]

Entering Dreamtime seems to indicate/refer to the establishment of Connection to The Fabric with an explicit awareness of the processes of emanation of physical reality from consciousness. Aboriginal stories that emerge from Dreamtime often represent the emergence of physical reality, including life, from the "dreaming" that occurs within The Fabric.

Dreamtime may also be used as a term syncretic with Fabric of Consciousness. After death, "The spirit will return to the Dreamtime from where it came, it will carry our memories to the Dreamtime and eventually it will return again through birth, either as a human or an animal or even trees and rocks. The shape is not important because everything is equal and shares the same soul or spirit from the Dreamtime."[3]

Aboriginal culture, stories, mythology, archetypes, and rules for living (in Alignment) manifest and are provided during Dreaming.[4]

Footnotes

  1. Korff, J. “What Is the ‘Dreamtime’ or the ‘Dreaming’?” Creative Spirits, 2019. https://www.creativespirits.info/aboriginalculture/spirituality/what-is-the-dreamtime-or-the-dreaming.
  2. Us Mob, Mudrooroo, 1995, p.41
  3. Eddie Kneebone quoted in Mudrooroo. Us Mob: Australia: Angus & Robertson, 1995. p. 35
  4. Us Mob, Mudrooroo, 1995.

Fabric of Consciousness