Summer Study On Dreams and the Dreamer

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Theosophy Hall
New York
États-Unis
New York

Chaque semaine le mercredi

"Jagrata, Svapna, and Sushupti in Hinduism are called the Avastha-Traya, the 'three states' of consciousness. These are the waking state of consciousness, the dreaming state of consciousness, and the dreamless sleep (sometimes called deep sleep) state of consciousness. Although generally called Jagrata, Svapna, and Sushupti in Sanskrit, the Mandukya Upanishad refers to them as Vaishvanara, Taijasa, and Prajna." https://blavatskytheosophy.com/the-sleep-cycle/ "In order to understand the subject better, it is well to consider a little in detail what happens when one falls asleep, has dreams, and then enters dreamless sleep (Sushupti). As his outer senses are dulled the brain begins to throw up images, the reproductions of waking acts and thoughts, and soon he is asleep. He has then entered a plane of experience which is as real as that just quitted, only that it is of a different sort. We may roughly divide this from the waking life by an imaginary partition on the one side, and from Sushupti by another partition on the other. In this region he wanders until he begins to rise beyond it into the higher. There no disturbances come from the brain action, and the being is a partaker to the extent his nature permits of the 'banquet of the gods.' But he has to return to waking state, and he can get back by no other road than the one he came upon, for, as Sushupti extends in every direction and Swapna under it also in every direction, there is no possibility of emerging at once from Sushupti into Jagrata. And this is true even though on returning no memory of any dream is retained." -Eusebio Urban (William Q. Judge) https://theosophytrust.org/203-the-three-planes-of-human-life

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