Sleep Dreams & Spiritual Reflections
by Pandit Shriram Sharma Acharya
A detailed description of the history and trends in the oriental and occidental philosophy and science of dreams is presented here. The myths and facts about acquisition of extra sensory knowledge, precognition, and psychological depths of the unconscious mind and the unknown subtle world of the inner self through dreams are elucidated here. Thorough reviews of Freud’s, Jung’s and contemporary psychological theories vis-à-vis the relevant aspects of the ancient science of spirituality are discussed under broad perspectives.
The book presents the invaluable pearls of ancient knowledge in terms of – elucidation of the five levels of dream vis-à-vis the five subtle sheaths of consciousness and the deeper aspects of creative conjugation of mind with the inner impulses of the soul. It is up to us how best we make use of this rare guidance on spiritual evolution and opportunity of epoch-making research bestowed on us.
The current status and future scope of research on dreams is discussed with substantial references. Special attention is focused on dream based early detection, diagnosis and therapies in the context of reported scientific experiments. The readers will also get to know how the decipheration of dreams could help resolving the complexities of psychosomatic disorders and elevating one’s psychology.It is said that the ‘time-capsule’ existing in the inner cores of unconscious mind contains the key to realization of supernormal faculties like –– clairvoyance, telepathy, premonition, intuition, audio-visual perceptions beyond the constraints of time and space, complete knowledge of the past and future and of the esoteric features of nature. The false convictions, illusions and the truth of the transcendental realities of dreams and the subliminal world of the unconscious mind are brought out trenchantly by the author with discussions on a wide variety of live examples of dreams collected from authentic reports and research documents. The list of examples includes the dreams that led to great scientific discoveries or masterpiece creations of literature, art and music in the modern age, as well as the significant dreams of the architects of world history.