Tibetan dream yoga master Tarab Tulku says there is a dream mind which is always active—it continuously projects images on people and things around us. We mistake waking perception for actuality when very often that ‘perception’ is a waking dream.
“I became convinced my journey in images had to become unconditional, totally open, not tied to any received ideas.”
“Dreams in and of themselves come as they wish and leave as they wish, and in their wild anarchy and strange roughness and exquisite beauty, they touch on currents deeper than any guide visualization.”
–Rodger Kamenetz, The History of Last Night’s Dream: Discovering the Hidden Path to the Soul. NY: Harper, 2007.