I had this very short, but powerful dream experience one night. In the dream, I found myself somewhere very familiar to me, somewhere I’d known almost my entire life.
Very consciously, I said something very esoteric aloud. But it wasn’t a normal sort of “conscious,” it was as though the statement I made came from my essence, with a sense of all-knowingness, beyond what my mind could come up with.
After making my statement, which was seemingly just me talking to myself because no one was around, I looked around at my surroundings.
There were many objects around me, some looking like fine antiques. I gazed around, feeling the significance of what I had apparently just said, and gained an intuitive feeling for everything that I was looking at.
There was certainly a highly symbolic aspect to my surroundings.
That was it, as far as the dream went.
Despite its brevity, I’m not sure I could even summarize everything I learned into words. Part of the teaching related to the cosmic laws of Karma and Dharma as they are explained in Belsebuub’s work.
It was one of the clearest pieces of proof, gained through a mystical experience that I had received pertaining to the reality of Karma and Dharma.
And instead of being a highly intellectual idea (because I’d read many books on the subjects), with just a vague notion that it may exist and how it may work, I also was shown more about how these cosmic laws operate and how their consequences, good or bad, are determined.
I certainly make no claims to fully understand such profound cosmic laws, but even the little knowledge I did gain is something I am deeply grateful for.
This was a really big surprise for me, because this sort of teaching wasn’t even one I was expecting or praying for at the time.
It felt like a precious, spiritual gift, helping me to get more in touch with the spiritual side of life.
Afterwards, I felt a great boost in my spiritual practices, and the knowledge imparted to me has stayed with me and helped me in my actions in daily life.
I came to realize through this experience that everything we do, even the seemingly little things, matter a lot.