|09-16-2010, 12:20 AM||#1 (permalink)|
Join Date: Aug 2010
LOA when Asleep/Dreaming?
How does the LOA work when you sleep?
I think for a lot of people, they have more negative dreams where they're trying to get out of a jam, or running from something or fighting or worrying about something. Or at least more of those than dreams where it's roses and chocolates and everything is a perfect fun place.
But being we can't(?) control the dreams, what does that mean for LOA?
Do negative dreams counter our conscious efforts?
|09-16-2010, 12:55 AM||#2 (permalink)|
Join Date: Jan 2007
Location: Where soul meets body.
It's sort of like: you leave your body at night and because of this, attraction to that particular body stops for the time being, and then, when you wake up you have reentered your body and you pick up the vibration right where you left it at the night before when you went to sleep. Also when you are not in your body you are in the non-physical zone where manifestation is instantaneous (there is no buffer of time) so nothing is queued up, you just experience it and move on to the next creation or dream until you wake up, if that makes any sense.
|attraction, conscious, dreams, loa, unconscious|
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