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Living one's spirituality on a daily basis in a modern and profound way.

Rediscover an ancient Knowledge, hidden in the symbols of a thousand-year-old tradition... This article is a journey into the heart of Indian spirituality, and will lead you to rediscover this ancient wisdom, beyond what you could imagine... Welcome to the great story of the evolution of humanity, and of spirituality, its profound nature.

The encoding of wisdom in symbols

The modern era we live in allows for extensive knowledge sharing. We have computers, the internet, social networks, televisions, etc., all of which are ways to disseminate our thoughts and ideas to the public. But have you wondered how it worked in the days before these technologies?

Human history is also filled with stages around the world where libraries full of books, research, and advanced works were destroyed! How then was it possible to save this wisdom for future generations? Of course, knowledge has sometimes remained intact at some level via folklore, folk songs, etc. in India as in the rest of the world. But what is fascinating, in India, is that this has resulted in the encoding of wisdom in symbols, symbolic stories!

The beginning...

Today, when people think of Indian spirituality, they often confuse it with religion, they often think of various symbols like Shiva, Ganesh, and various gods, goddesses, etc... considering that it is the Hindu religion.

But in reality, few people realize that this is not the true source of Indian spiritual wisdom. It may come as a surprise to many of us, but the ancient Indian spiritual wisdom comes from texts called "Vedas", which literally means "Knowledge" or "Knowledge of the secrets of the universe".

These books are supposed to have been heard/received (i.e. Shrutis in Sanskrit) in their meditations by the Rishis, and they are writings on the five elements that make up the universe and life on earth. In fact, the whole concept of Sanatam Dharma is based on working on oneself while living in the material world, understanding these elements and how the whole creation is composed of them.

That is why you will see Indians worshipping trees, rivers, mountains, the sun, the moon, etc. The concept of temples/statues came much later, perhaps only two thousand years ago, in order to bring people together.

The detailed writings explain the mechanism of these elements to create and animate life, but most people forgot this source and over time began to believe more in other forms of gods and goddesses, mentioned in other books called "Puranas", "Upanishads", etc... in order to share the teachings on life with the sometimes more ordinary, less spiritual people, who did not know Sanskrit and did not have access to deep inner studies.

It was a time when technology did not exist, when people lived in small groups, in villages, without any access to the outside world, and when work was divided among people for a harmonious social functioning. These symbols were spoken to share knowledge with less spiritual people, telling stories through dance forms. All this was done to introduce the Dharma among people, that is, to give them a sense of responsibility through their various roles, while remaining detached so as to always remember the existence of a higher power, which many would call "God."

Brahma, Vishnu, Mahesh - The Trinity

Often when people think of Indian spirituality, these three names come to mind. Did they really exist in physical reality?

Well, maybe or maybe not, because it doesn't matter when you want to learn from everything with receptivity. Brahma symbolizes creation, Vishnu symbolizes perseverance and Mahesh (i.e. Shiva) symbolizes transformation by ending an old cycle and beginning a new one. The ancients introduced these symbols to represent the natural cycles of creation and the magnitude of these was indicated by these symbols. What is interesting is that most people do not always know the full story that is shared about this.

In the scriptures, it is said that at the very beginning was "Shakti", that is to say femininity, receptivity, life force. Then she gave birth to Vishnu, the preserver (contrary to what most people think, Brahma did not come first). Brahma came out of Vishnu's navel on a lotus, as the stories and statues in today's temples show. Then Vishnu and Brahma had ego conflicts, wanting to prove that they were more important than each other. To solve this problem, Shiva's energy was revealed. They both realized that it was an endless beam of energy, that it was infinite! This is why Shiva is also known as Mahesh, the Supreme God.

Without the symbolic language, all this seems strange...

If we read all this as a story, then it may seem unrealistic and we may wonder why they encoded it into a story, instead of clearly revealing the whole truth... Why did the ancients have to symbolize these deep secrets about the Universe?

Well, this was done to protect them, because they knew that everyone would decode them according to their soul's availability, to receive only what one is ready to receive. It was also done to help people remember them, because the human mind remembers more what is described in the form of a story, since we are very emotional and symbolic beings.

The mind tends to easily forget what seems only intellectual. However, over time, people have forgotten the deep encoded wisdom behind it, and what has remained are the rituals that were mostly fear based or priest driven for power for some, while there were also very good priests... As in all other traditions.

But what were the ancients really trying to say through this story? We need to decode it symbolically to connect to its deeper wisdom.

Opening the veil with symbolic language

Through symbolic wisdom, it becomes possible to revisit the profound ancient Vedic knowledge, to connect to our ancestral wisdom that never gets old, that always remains true in the Vedas when decoded symbolically.

The knowledge of the Vedas was not easily understood by the common man, it was not only spiritual but also very scientific. In fact, we can see today how science is discovering again what is mentioned in the Vedas. Thus, the representation of the concepts was done in a symbolic way in the form of stories to make it more accessible to everyone. The teachings have been simplified to fit into everyday life.

The symbols continued to be transferred through these stories and rituals from generation to generation, but as time went on, the symbolic essence was lost and the symbolic language was forgotten by humanity until today. This is changing today thanks to the UCM Teaching & Research Center, which is bringing back this source language through which the intelligence of the Universe communicates with us all via Dreams, Signs and Symbols.

Returning to the story of the Trinity, we can understand what the Rishis (the ancient scientists and scholars) were trying to say when we open the veil behind the symbols.

Everything begins with "Shakti", that is, love, receptivity, the feminine principle that exists in each of us. Everything that manifests indicates "Prakriti", that is, the nature of this principle in creation.

All the goddesses in the stories indicate what works well or creates a distortion when this principle drives our emotional world. Vishnu is symbolically responsible for establishing all the Divine Laws and Principles before anything is even created, to set expectations and goals, just as we do when we want to create a family or an organization.

In fact, everything starts in the world of concepts, of thoughts, as an idea first, before it ever takes a physical form. It is then that Brahma enters the scene through his navel on a lotus, i.e. the chakra of power, fire, which leads to motivation, to the will to create.

We see the lotus symbol in many traditions, as the lotus flower symbol represents the feelings of an initiate who focuses on Self-realization through deep inner work. A lotus blossoms in a muddy pond, symbolizing how true Self-realization takes place when memories of matter, the use/abuse of power in it are cleansed, memories where the power of emotions has been distorted in the world of matter, creating excessive fire. And when people enter ego-fueled consciousness, then the conflicts for supremacy begin. "Which is more powerful: the one who creates or the one who preserves?", all this is the game of the ego.

Often, as humans, we also become possessive of material things, forgetting the true intention behind it, which is to develop qualities by learning and experiencing in matter. As humans, we sometimes defy the divine laws and principles throughout our lives, in ignorance, feeding the ego and eventually becoming trapped in the conflict between good and evil, due to lack of knowledge. To free ourselves from this, Shiva is revealed. Shiva means to move from ignorance to knowledge, from being dead to being truly "Alive" in terms of state of consciousness and existence. Shiva reveals that we are in an infinite cycle of learning that will lead to many creations and the maintenance of learning, and then the end of this cycle to begin the next, for the continuity of evolution. Shiva thus symbolizes the state of being "Conscious". What begins must end one day, once its goal is reached, to give birth to a new cycle or stage of learning. Thus, Shiva brings here the symbolism of Detachment, his other Sanskrit name - Vairagi Yogi.

There is so much to say about this story when we begin to decode it symbolically. Indeed, we realize that it is not possible to understand Indian spiritual wisdom without the symbolic language! What a joy to share with you the ancient Indian spiritual wisdom, in the light of decoding the deep symbols that are also behind everything we experience every day... Everything that Life brings to us on the path can be understood, decoded and analyzed with the understanding of symbolic language. With this Knowledge that you can learn through the UCM Teaching and Research Center, you can rediscover what has been lost... Find the ancient wisdom, in your modern life. Therein lies the great story of evolution...

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Fighting evil is a concept that we all have deeply embedded in us. It is a way of looking at life, of looking at trials that has always been instilled in us. Even in some religions, for centuries, the notion of Good has always been opposed to that of Evil. In our school textbooks, we study wars, we relive them through films but also concretely, in current events in certain countries of the world and in new forms specific to the modern context and issues. Beyond the collective scale, it is also in the more intimate sphere that we can be encouraged to "fight" in the face of adversity, sometimes against our own family, our parents, etc. However, fighting evil is not a good idea. Whether it is by survival, by revenge, by rejection, this way of seeing life limits us, locks us in repetitive and hurtful dynamics for ourselves. Here is an article that helps us understand why this attitude is limiting and how to change it without endorsing or validating negative dynamics.

Fighting: The reinforcement of our own negativity

Negativity, whether it is lived through an external or internal experience (voices in our head, intrusive thoughts, etc.) will bring into play unconscious memories that resonate more or less strongly with this negativity. The fight against this negativity will have the effect of reinforcing the evil that we carry in our unconscious memories. The more we fight, the more we reject, and the more the dynamics that disturb us come back into our life under different forms and will even increase with time.

In a concrete situation, by choosing to fight to resolve a situation through physical violence rather than calling the police, we will necessarily allow evil to reproduce itself, feeding its negative aspects. Violence attracts violence, because we act exactly like the thing that bothers us, we allow the evil to feed on our own attitude, which reinforces it.

In the intellectual sphere, at the level of our thoughts and intentions, the functioning is the same. At work, if we metaphysically fight our colleagues because we can't stand their criticism, their habitual backbiting, we will feed their negative aspects, and this will continue to reproduce itself schematically and perpetually. We will always hear more criticism, and we will always be asked to enter this dynamic.

True courage is to transform oneself

It's the same thing when you hear people with illnesses "fighting" for recovery or "fighting" their illness. It gives an impression of strength, of courage, and it's true that courage is needed, but not in fighting... it's in accepting, understanding, transforming. And that requires a lot of courage. Because evil is a messenger that wants to tell us something, to make us change our habits, our view of a situation, of a person. Evil speaks to us when we know how to analyze and understand it. And to transform ourselves in the face of the evil that happens to us, to question ourselves, to see what we have to improve and to accept to change, that is true courage.

Fighting evil is an easy solution, if you will, because it is considering that what is negative, bad is outside, that it is not "oneself". This way, we don't have to change, to question ourselves. It is a form of protection against change and improvement. Fighting evil is basically fighting yourself. Fighting what life puts in our way to evolve.

But how can we accept evil without trivializing it, how can we find the right affirmation? This requires understanding. We are always afraid, running away or rejecting what we do not understand in depth. No matter what we fight, it will always come back to us, because Heaven presents us with our negative aspects in order to identify them in ourselves and be able to transform them.

Understanding through the Law of Resonance

Every day, we are confronted with many situations that disturb us, sometimes more or less intensely, to the point of profoundly revolting us depending on the type of words or actions we witness.

The Law of Resonance expresses a simple principle: we attract and we resonate with what we are, in the positive as in the negative, in our qualities as in our defects. It is a scientific fact that elements of the same vibratory frequency vibrate together.

Through the Law of Resonance, we understand that all the evil we see is actually there to allow us to learn from ourselves, to transcend it by developing our qualities. Evil is educational, that is an absolute fact. It exists only to allow us to become aware of hidden parts of ourselves and to develop qualities. Evil is at the service of Good...

To take the example of the co-workers who are critical on a daily basis, through the application of the Law of Resonance, we wonder when we can be critical of ourselves, or of others sometimes. This is what happens when we are internally boiling because we hear our colleague criticizing, complaining for long hours. Inwardly, we ourselves are criticizing and complaining about our colleague, we reproduce the same vibratory frequency. Or, if we don't criticize him/her at the time, it resonates with parts of ourselves that may have criticized in the past and are still lodged in our unconscious, waiting to be cleansed.

Using resonance to learn and grow

We live situations in accordance with who we are deeply, with what we have to learn to evolve towards the best of ourselves. When we understand this in depth, we use each of these "disturbing" situations to come back to ourselves, to identify the negative in us, and we transform it. Thus, we evolve in respect of our values and in respect of the rhythm of evolution of others. And finally, our consciousness changes positively, and our environment too, in accordance with ourselves, our vibrations, our qualities, and our flaws in transformation.

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Does someone upset you? Does a situation make you angry? You can't resolve a conflict? Or maybe you've been betrayed or hurt... and you can't forgive... Did you know that this is related to the "law of resonance", or the "law of attraction"? This law represents a universal, scientific principle, very concrete at the same time... which explains that each object, which has its own vibration, will start to resonate with any other object which has the same vibration... It seems very simple... But are we really aware of the depth of this law?

The law of resonance

Why does the law of resonance, when properly understood and applied, allow us to take great steps in our evolution? This article helps us understand the fundamental aspects related to the principles of resonance, and how it can serve as a basis for evolution in our daily lives.

Concrete life... and the resonances it can bring us...

Imagine, we can sometimes get angry, upset or impatient in certain situations... we can lose a lot of energy when we let out our frustrations and discontentment... It's normal! you might say... The other person hurt me... or insulted me... or made decisions that went against me, he even abused me...

How to get out of a role of victim, frustration or conflict (internal or external), thanks to the law of resonance?

For this, it is enough to understand this law and its application in terms of emotions and memories at the human level, and not only to see it at the concrete level, between a very high-pitched sound and a crystal glass that breaks for example.

Let's take a concrete situation: according to the definition, if I have a certain vibration, a certain emotional frequency inside me, then by resonance, a person who will have the same vibratory frequency will enter in resonance with me... For example, if I am friends with a person who represents joy, kindness, benevolence, it is because I too am able to manifest these qualities, and by resonance, I attract people who vibrate at these frequencies of joy, kindness and benevolence.

How to apply the law of resonance?

However, a law being a law, one cannot say that it works "from time to time" or "just about"... A law, especially when it is a fundamental principle of the Universe, is absolute. Also, it requires a lot of humility and the ability to question oneself when one has to apply a law in a more negative context than the one presented above.

So, when my neighbor annoys me, for example, or if a member of my family is disrespectful and that saddens me, or hurts me, it is time to apply the law of resonance, because it can help us...

According to the principles of this law, we must be able to recognize that we will vibrate at a frequency of conflict, disrespect, aggression, anger, or any other negative emotion that may emerge from a situation that disturbs us.

However, we do not want conflict, we seek the good... Or we have been betrayed by someone, and we say to ourselves that we would never have committed such an act, so the law of resonance does not apply... or we wonder if it only works in one direction, or only to a certain percentage...

Even when he feels that the other person bears most of the responsibility for the conflict or the problem (and this can indeed be the case), a being on a deep journey, who is working on himself, remembers that the law of resonance exists, and that if he attracted such a situation, it is because he had something to understand... it is because memories vibrated at the same frequency as the situation or the person who poses a problem in his life...

Thus, we understand that we are always angry at aspects of ourselves that we have not yet resolved, and that the other person, as long as he or she disturbs us or triggers negative emotions or thoughts in us, represents a part of ourselves, to a certain percentage.

Examples of hidden resonances...

Because yes, a person who has been cheated on, even though he or she has always been faithful, has resonances with infidelity. How is this possible? Infidelity must be understood in terms of unconscious memories at that time, more subtle, where the person may have accumulated needs of all kinds but never manifested them concretely for example... She may have sometimes nurtured desires, thoughts and emotions that did not respect her commitments or values, and this creates a form of infidelity...

Or they may have been too kind, too stimulating of their spouse's needs at times... This too creates a form of infidelity, because by being too kind, too gentle, by accepting or endorsing almost everything, it will generate codes that the person is too accessible, that it is too easy with them and will lead to infidelity in the other.

Or, the person may have closed himself or herself off from the other person, having difficulty being close to his or her spouse in every way, and this too, on some level, represents a lack of fidelity to the values of the couple.

It is the same with a situation with a colleague for example, or a neighbor, or a family member who gets on our nerves. We could believe that it is his fault, because it is him who shouts, or insults, or speaks badly... But nevertheless, the law of resonance is there... When we know it, we can no longer put ourselves in the position of victim...

We tell ourselves that we don't shout, we don't speak badly to others, we don't insult anyone... We ask ourselves why, but why do I attract this when I am a good person?

If we look deep inside ourselves for the times when we may have, in the past, communicated too intensely, or refused to communicate, because we kept too much inside ourselves... if we look in our thoughts, in our heart, to see if sometimes we are not criticizing or sending arrows to the other, at a more subtle level... Only by looking in our negative memories can we truly reprogram our frequencies that resonate with negativity and attract it.

How do you reprogram the negative that you attract?

The awareness of the memories shown in dreams, their symbolic understanding and the ability to observe and decode the way dreams manifest themselves in our daily lives, as well as the study of signs, the practice of mantras and meditation, are real keys to our evolution. With time, by becoming aware of our memories, our resonances, and their influences on our inner energy and our behaviors, we can progressively change in depth and reprogram our old ways of functioning.

In conclusion, what is the purpose of working with the law of resonance?

The different examples above finally lead us to realize that what we attract is what we are, in terms of percentages, according to our degree of disturbance. Because yes, one day, a person can hurt us, insult us, set a trap for us, betray us, and we are no longer disturbed, we no longer feel like counter-attacking, nor taking revenge, nor blaming them...

At that moment, we understand that the other is a part of us, we reprogram ourselves, and we know that we can end the cycles that led us to attract the same types of problems...

Imagine... the law of resonance is like a compass of evolution... it leads us to understand where we come from, what we can do, and in which direction we can go... because when we no longer have negative resonance, we make better choices, we make better decisions, and we follow a path that is always healthier and more beneficial for our evolution, and that of others around us...

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A volcano suddenly erupts; a tsunami that sweeps away everything in its path, or a bomb that explodes... What would it mean if we saw these destructive symbols in a dream? It would be a very intense nightmare. But what could this nightmare tell us about our emotional state? Hmm!!! You can probably guess a little bit!!! It would not augur a quiet day of rest...

Intense dreams

What would it mean to dream of a volcanic eruption, an exploding bomb, or a tsunami that sweeps away everything in its path?
Could it be that I am holding back emotions that can no longer be contained?
Could these symbols materialize in real life... And what can be done to prevent this from happening?

The manifestation of emotions

Emotions are powerful in both positive and negative ways. Sometimes it seems as if they could sweep away everything in their path like an impetuous torrent, without being able to stop them. They could make us lose control of ourselves, like a tsunami, with all the consequences that this implies. For example, anger can turn into violence; joy and spontaneity can lead us to be too exuberant at times.

We could therefore be afraid of the extent of our emotions because we know only too well their power and, as a result, we will also be afraid of those of others. We can take as an example the reactions of some people in a tense social context, such as a demonstration which degenerates, where even a person with no history of violence may engage in violent behavior that they have never exhibited before. This is the "I don't know what came over me... I picked up a rock and threw it at a window to break it..." It's a very well-known phenomenon that the influence of a group, a crowd, the collective, can have on an individual and lead them down a path they might not have gone down on their own.

So why is it sometimes difficult to express your emotions?

This is why some people will systematically avoid any type of gathering, places where there will be a lot of people, because they fear the powerful emotional reactions of the crowds and they will avoid confronting them, also because they fear their own reactions. We have already seen too much, for example in soccer stadiums, violence between fans that creates uncontrolled crowd movements causing many victims. Emotion generates an impulse, that is to say the passage to action when the memories emerge, or when the needs become uncontrollable.

When we act irrationally, on an "impulse" or with a "knee-jerk response", we connect to all the memories where we lived a situation that we hated, repressed, or where we were afraid, afraid for ourselves or for the other person... In short, a situation where we felt potentially in danger... and the emotions will come to blur our reason, our common sense. We often use expressions like "Let's not get carried away" or "Let's keep a cool head" to symbolize the right attitude to adopt in order not to be trapped by the emotional intensity.

Why shouldn't we repress our emotions?

The fact of repressing one's emotions can work for a while, but the deep nature of emotions is meant to be expressed. So one day or another, the accumulated pressure makes the dam (or other system put in place to retain emotions) break, and then we will experience consequences in our body, our mind, because this will be their only way out ... We could become depressed, have physiological or psychological manifestations, develop diseases, etc. ... Hence the importance of learning to manage our emotions and not to create emotional restraints.

To be able to act accordingly, it is important to discern how we feel. To do this, you must know how to listen to your emotions without repressing them. Thus, we will be able to reconnect deeply with ourselves and find our capacity to interact intelligently, to be in empathy with others, far from the cold indifference that can sometimes develop when emotions are repressed for a long time, where we gradually die out instead of feeling alive; because emotions are simply life, and repressing emotions is denying it.

Recognizing one's emotions means being emotionally intelligent, that is, being able to "express, understand and manage one's own emotions and to perceive and interpret those of others". Emotional intelligence is an essential component of mental health. It plays a very important role in self-awareness and the qualitý of relationships with others.

The power of emotions

We are lucky to be able to feel, express and live our emotions. They allow us to adapt, to preserve ourselves, to make choices. They influence our behavior. If we knew how to naturally welcome our emotions and recognize those of others, we would have far fewer problems in our relationships and in society in general.

Our emotional energies are an unlimited source of power, they are the engine of our evolution. Knowing how to manage them means being able to use their tremendous potential to set ourselves in motion, to motivate, to inspire, to create... in short, to evolve.

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-Hi, how are you?
-Yeah, great, except for this weird dream I had last night. It left me with a weird feeling when I got up.
-Okay, what was your dream?
-Oh, it was intense. I dreamed that our house was completely ravaged by a huge flood and our dog drowned.
-Oh yes! Still! But hey... The good news is that it's just a dream! Don't worry about it; your dog is alive and well, and your house is fine! Come on, let's go have a good coffee...

The pre-manufactured answer, a blow to the first domino

How many times have you heard in a conversation, in a movie or even in a hallway conversation that a dream is "just a dream"?

What if this kind of pre-manufactured answer, said in semi-automatic mode to reassure the other person (and quickly change the subject because it becomes uncomfortable) was that ultimately, we struck the first blow and triggered a real domino effect under the surface? The kind that alters life opportunities or even worse, pushes the dust deeper under the carpet?


The keystone: perceiving beyond our senses

If a dream, no matter which one, was in fact the keystone to be identified and thus the cascading collapses could be changed, the wounds healed and the hopes founded, would it still be "just a dream"? Would you be willing to look beyond the symbols and to understand the code that governs this fantastic and sometimes even terrifying universe?

It is hard at first, as a human being, to be interested in an intangible world, which seems 100% virtual and without any visible relation of cause and effect. Then, on the other hand, the technology and science that is being developed is grandiose, flourishing with brilliant and avant-garde ideas, even touching the boundaries of the physical and metaphysical worlds. Pushing the limits to go from an idea, a dream, to a reality.

The possibilities and intelligence are there more than ever, but why then are our dreams perceived as "just a dream"? When an idea, just as intangible as a dream, can give birth to a technological revolution and change the quality of life of humanity.

Answering "it's just a dream" would become, in a way, an attempt to reassure ourselves about something that our senses are not yet able to identify and understand. We can see to what extent our societies tend to value the external world in relation to success, to personal accomplishment and, simultaneously, all our main senses are turned towards this environment to identify it, to understand it and ultimately to survive.

Thus, we see, we taste, we smell, we touch and we hear. It's simple, innate, and it's effective. It works without us even thinking about it. We then naturally maintain ourselves in a mode of action and reaction that supports a certain sense of seeking functionality of things, clarity and advancement.

These perceptions are undoubtedly invaluable. They create the harmony to manifest well. Remove one of them and a handicap appears. Each of these extraordinary sensors makes us into real computers, managing an extraordinary amount of information in just a few seconds.

But, in the long run, this innate nature could also become an operating bias if not taken further. Something as extraordinary as our senses could, by omission and lack of will, become a real limitation for our evolution. If we see the same roads, if we hear the same atmospheres, if we smell and taste the same ingredients and if we touch the same sensation, then, maybe in the end we live in closed circuit… ?


Our Source Code, the logs of consciousness

There is the external world, the one that our senses have always known, and there is the internal world, the one that requires us to do an update of our senses. The latter continuously transmits an influx of information in resonance with what is perceived from the outside. In all situations and discussions, we inevitably judge, evaluate, are happy, content or even angry, impatient or sad. We may envy, begrudge or even reject, simply because of what we feel inside, within us, and by the echo transmitted from our senses.

Finally, we can say that we make decisions about invisible things. Things that cannot be seen, touched, heard or tasted. That's where it gets really interesting, that's where you can say that metaphysics really influences the physics of things.

Thus, we can say of this world - which animates the life in us, programs the first lines of our thoughts, develops our emotions and then triggers our behaviors - that it "codes" who we are, our personality, it's our Source Code. Where we have an advantage is that, unlike in the real world, we don't need to be a senior developer to go and look at the logs (registers displaying information about the good or bad functioning of a code → very useful) of our consciousness.

This code is installed in us, which can create slowdowns as well as accelerations, wow 🤩 as well as ARGH!!!😩, and ultimately it's up to us to choose whether we decide to update it or not. To know if we want to stay on a version of the code that can limit our possibilities, or multiply them by adding knowledge to our perceptions.

The dreamverse, the metaverse that opens the night

Have you ever heard of the metaverse? These 100% fictional and multi-dimensional universes in full expansion, where you can own a piece of land, attend a play or even go shopping, are the perfect metaphor for dreams. They are virtual and yet connected to reality, they are there and yet if you don't care about them they continue to exist.

You can see all kinds of colors (in every sense of the word) and everyone can move around with an avatar that represents them. That means if you decide to be a lion with a DJ helmet and a jet pack on your back, you can do it.

In short, I won't go into details because it is not the purpose of this article, but take a look around, get information and you will see that we are at the borders of the world of dreams, with the pluses and minuses that this implies, of course.

So, when we dream at night, we visit our "dreamverse", that is to say the universe of our dreams, the one which we represents by the symbolism that is there. Indeed, each symbol that we see, no matter how it looks, becomes a sort of holographic projection of who we are and a certain percentage of our personality.

In fact, if we dream about a car whose brakes don't work, a cat that is not happy, our father who hugs us or a colleague who helps us, all these represent strengths and weaknesses that we carry within us.

When we have beautiful dreams, we should see them as an encouragement to everything we do constructively in our lives and to continue to manifest ourselves well with others. We can say that it is a positive resonance towards our senses.

However, because of this aforementioned predisposition to go outward, there is often an unconscious or repressed buildup that leads more to receiving less pleasant dreams or even nightmares. One of the keys I invite you to try is to see them more as a warning signal on your dashboard when you are driving. You only stop if it's the red light! So, most of the time you are able to stay operational while being aware of the parameters that need to be corrected.


Identifying is fundamental and universal

Any dream remains important to identify in order to be able to analyze it and avoid the famous domino effect. We know that the key to any problem resolution, whether in management, aeronautics or web development, is the quality of the identification. The more accurate and precise our identification is, the better we will be able to apply a relevant and adequate solution in reaction, without dramatizing or exaggerating the magnitude of the problem in question.

If you want to begin this identification process yourself, here are some key points to help you. No matter if you are a novice or an expert in dream analysis, these steps are fundamental and it is always a good thing!

First steps of identification

  • Is it a positive or negative dream?
  • Are the symbols in the right place?example: if you dream of a camel in your living room, it is not in the right place; it will create more problems than benefits)
  • What do the people I see in my dreams represent?You must estimate the qualities and weaknesses that you believe these people represent)
  • Did the dream scenario resolve itself in a positive way or not?
  • Is it night or day? (night = unconscious dynamics; day = active dynamics)


If we identify that the dream is negative, it indicates forces (thoughts, emotions, behaviors) that need to be reprogrammed and transformed to avoid an increase in problems in this area. In the same way, in computer science, if a bug appears and is not solved, it tends to amplify itself and affect other areas of use. In other words, the sooner the better!

"Okay, but the antidote is what?"  You will tell me. In fact, the resolution of a situation perceived in the dream will depend on your ability to monitor these forces identified in the dream. To put it simply, if you have identified impatience because of the symbol of your brother-in-law, George, present in the dream, then you need to keep a closer eye on this fragment of your behavior, to prevent it from playing tricks on you in your day-to-day exchanges and projects.

Your log file tells you that you have a line of code like "George" that could cause you to be overly impatient or impulsive right now if a situation X or Y were to resonate with that line. So the more you are able to do global and background self-monitoring, (be careful, don't go extreme with this either! Practice makes things easier with time and much less robotic than when you start to be alert to those forces within you), the easier it becomes to identify the triggering moment of your inner George and to catch up.

But be careful! Your real brother-in-law, George, in real life, has nothing to do with your dream. In fact, he becomes a symbol that your consciousness knows to illustrate certain angles of your personality. So don't rush to the phone to talk to him about the dream where he was impatient, you'll add another problem in the process 🙂 Finally, George also has extraordinary qualities and surely in another dream you will also discover his magnificent qualities in yourself.


The potential impact: if everyone analyzed their dreams

By communicating with different CEOs, leaders and managers in this world, or just by being an actor observing the exchanges, one can quickly assess that the biggest source of difficulties at the heart of work and getting things done is human behavior.

The machine, the computer, does not complain, does not create gossip or hallway discussions. It does not aspire to the position of the other, nor does it dominate its employees or jealously guard its boss. If we bring more knowledge to solve the difficulties arising from the individual to the heart of a social and collective movement, we can really bring a new step in terms of work and life qualities.

In business, when you talk to Human Resources, you can very quickly see the magnitude of the potential damage caused by poor decisions based on impatience and impulsiveness (and more!). So many dominoes have been toppled by inner forces when you think about it...

Now imagine a work environment where everyone would arrive in the morning having received their own logs of their strengths and weaknesses, aspects potentially harmful to the relationship. Everyone having in mind their own "bug" to watch out for to avoid more problems.

The quality would literally be enhanced because everyone would have an interest in doing things right, while coming back to themselves according to their own resonances. Of course, this does not mean that everything would be perfect and rosy, but a new stage would be established without a doubt. And since all change takes time, if everyone starts with themselves, one dream at a time, we can say that one day, one dream, is no longer "just a dream".


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Most people who think of a guardian angel imagine a being with big wings coming from Heaven to watch over our well-being, protecting us with benevolence and love in our daily life. They are not wrong, except that the wings of the guardian angel are to be understood in terms of a symbol, in a dimension representing dreams, the powers of consciousness and the unconscious, in terms of the state of consciousness and potential present within ourselves.

What is a guardian angel ? It is above all an ancient symbol that represents the state of consciousness in which Man finds himself once his distortions have been transcended, thanks to the cleansing of his unconscious memories.

Helping others is a divine act

The human being then lives in the Qualities, with his "wings", a newfound freedom, a state of lightness through his ability to travel in the multi-dimensions of his consciousness, of the Universe, notably through his dreams. And there, at that moment, yes he can become an angel guardian, help others in dreams, in parallel dimensions, and even via meditation.

The 72 Angels

There are 72 angels or Divine States of Consciousness that one can invoke to become a guardian angel, thus concentrating in oneself a ray of specific Qualities, a Talent, a Knowledge, a high Love, a deep Wisdom. The human being exists in a way to become a guardian angel, a spiritual being who can help, support, inspire, heal, etc.

To achieve this, he must develop his talents, his altruistic powers, and learn to manifest his full divine potential. To each angelic quality corresponds a human distortion, an opposite, a defect, a behavior created by Man through his experimentation which sometimes can be ignorant, negative, and which leads him to act in an ordinary or unhealthy way in his life, his emotions, and his actions.

If we take the example of the Angel Caliel n°18, we can see that his first Quality, the Energy which characterizes him mainly is that of the Truth. So if a being becomes a lawyer, a policeman who is just, or a person who applies for oneself and one's loved ones, justice, truth, in an honest way, by giving good, true, enlightened advice, at that moment he becomes a guardian angel by his radiance and what he is.

Of course, the Angelic State of Consciousness applied is at this moment out of the ordinary, a justice, a truth, of the highest levels for oneself and for others. The angelic dimension is the ultimate self-realization. When we reach it, it presents itself, not only in reality via our character and our actions, but also in dreams. We can learn in dreams, as well as in reality, what divine justice is.

And this is the objective to be reached by working with the 72 Angels: become a better person, a guardian angel yourself.

This is of course a great journey that is represented in several traditions such as the symbol of Enlightenment, the state of awakening, spiritual and mystical fulfillment.

Learning to become better

The human being learns throughout his life, and well beyond, to reach this ultimate state of being, and thus experiments, seeks, improves every day to get there. But when the human being negatively experiences this angelic state of consciousness of truth, of justice, he creates the human distortion of falsehood, injustice, dishonesty, and thus creates all sorts of problems in his life to learn the Divine Qualities, the highest level of existence and spirituality.

Truth, justice, the application of the integration of the Qualities of the Angel 18 Caliel, can also be experienced in various and subtle ways; both qualitatively and distorted. For example, did I tell the truth when this person asked me if I thought her outfit was pretty, or did I leave an over-positive comment on her Facebook photo for fear of losing her friendship? Do I say I love my work with sincerity, or do I motivate myself in this way to reassure myself, making up for my insecurities? Sometimes a lie manifests itself in very subtle ways and teaches us unconscious ways of functioning that can influence the whole of who we are.

what is a guardian angel?

Do the mantra with the name of an Angel

By invoking the Angel, we transform these attitudes that are detrimental to us, we become aware of them in our dreams and through our realities, and we gradually regain our full positive potential through the development of our qualities and our spiritual, evolved dimension.

The more we study consciousness, the more we discover our unconscious memories via our dreams, the more we realize that dreams are worlds of truth, of evolution, of transformation, if we use them and analyze them in depth.

A Quality essential to our evolution... a life plan in itself 🌟

Our 3 birth angels

When we are born, goals or qualities are programmed into us so that we can become them, apply them, learn from them. The Angelic States of Consciousness must also be seen as related to our life plan. Thus, symbolically we have 3 birth angels or Guardian Angels, which are objectives to be reached and which will generate multiple situations to understand and lead us to become its Divine Qualities, and thus to become oneself one day a spiritual being, a Guardian Angel.

The 3 Angels linked to our date of birth must be seen in a general way, because we also have within us all 72 Angels in terms of consciousness, of qualitative structures, being part of us, of who we are, and linking us to the Universal Consciousness.

Sometimes our birth Angels can also be the representation of what we need to improve in ourselves in this life; they can be the positive to develop to transform our weaknesses, our main human distortions, that we have to rectify in our life, through the development of the pure Qualities that correspond to them.

It is recommended to see our 3 birth Angel and those of others, as representative of main aspects of our personality, as our ways of thinking, feeling, and behaving. It is fascinating to know our birth Angels; the 72 Angels are very ancient knowledge and represent a set of Qualities, Talents, which are also interconnected, interfering with each other. It is fascinating to know one's birth Angels; the 72 Angels are a very ancient knowledge and represent a set of Qualities, Talents, that we have to develop progressively and that are also interconnected, interfused, and not divided.

We can thus understand that in the Work (Angel 36 Menadel), there is Motivation (Angel 45 Sealiah). The two Qualities or Fields of Consciousness, are presented individually but are simultaneously One; hence the understanding of what is the Universal Consciousness.

Our path is unique

Each human being is unique, with qualities and defects that characterize him or her. We can see this with our close friends and family: for example, with a friend who is very sociable, an excellent communicator, who may even be working in this field, but with an extravagant attitude of always doing too much to draw attention to himself. Or with a very intelligent spouse, who has always been at ease with science, who solves situations and conceptualizes with brilliant logic, and at the same time tends to be overly complicated, in the detail, dry and rigid in his way of doing things.

These specificities are due to our unconscious baggage, which is specific to each of us, and which we can see in a global way through our birth Angels and the objectives represented by the 72 Angels.

Why 3 levels of manifestation?

Because they correspond to each plane of our being:

  • The physical plane, which corresponds to our concrete actions, how we manifest ourselves on a daily basis, how we act.
  • The emotional plane, which corresponds to our emotions, how we feel, our feelings.
  • The intellectual plane, which corresponds to our thoughts, our mind, our concepts.

You can discover the Angels according to their plans of manifestation with the Angelic Calendars of the 72 Angels

Our Guardian Angels (or birth angels) represent who we are in the broadest sense, the main framework, the plan of what we have to develop in order to manifest ourselves in the most beautiful and right way, in deep agreement with ourselves in our life.

To become aware of our goal of becoming a guardian angel is to better understand the meaning of life... The improvements to be made in our personality, our aspirations, our motivations, and more deeply, in our Life plan.

To find out which are your 3 birth angels (our 3 Guardian Angels), you can go to the page Find your birth angels.

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Life is constantly in motion, and never stops, like a river flowing endlessly... But that doesn't mean we can't take a moment to appreciate the past. To remember good times, as well as ordeals that made us evolve. So take a step back, and look at your life. See how much you've accomplished and how much you've learned. And be grateful for each moment, each sign and each dream that guide you on you. For they are all part of your story, and build who you are becoming.

We are happy to share a poem passed on by a student of the IRSS Formation, a beautiful inspiration that leads us to rethink the role of time in our evolution... 


For long I defined you in hours, in months, in years
Perhaps in the end to try to master you
I counted you, calculated you, quantified you, to satisfy myself
Before, I believed you only linear.

Time of the past,

Too often nostalgic for you
You are much more than a memory, you are part of me
In ignorance, I often mourned you
But you, Past, you are still present so that I can know myself, study myself and transcend you.

Time of the present,

I know, Time of the past influences you inside me
You go by too fast or too slow, you pull me sometimes
I don't always live you consciously enough
But I want to do my best to live you now.

Time of the future

You have sometimes created anguish for me
You are the past and present time that intertwine
You are finally the most beautiful fruit of my unconscious and my present
To form a program that will lead me to live more consciously and Angelically one day.

Time of the past, present and future,

You all live inside me, at every moment
I see you in my dreams
You never stop, nor truce.

Multidimensional time,

Time of the past, you are thought to be gone
Time of the future, you are thought to be still undefined
And yet, in the shadow and the light, like an interconnection, you interact
In every moment, through my emotions, my actions and my thoughts.

But you, Time,

Finally, what is the point of defining your speed
You have so much more subtlety and wisdom
You are simply here, a part of me... to know myself better?
Are you here for learning, understanding, transcending and finally being reborn?
Can I conclude that you are finally timeless, because you are so multidimensional?


A student from the DSSI training

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We all dream every night, whether we remember it or not... And very often, these dreams can seem more real than reality... What is the meaning of these mysterious images that come to us during the night? What message do they have for us? And if they had something to tell us... Revelations to pass on to us to improve our lives...

Learn to interpret your dreams with the DSSI Training

The UCM Teaching and Research Center is pleased to present this free online discovery event, which brings deep and advanced understandings on the interpretation of dreams and signs that we may receive in our daily lives.
For over 20 years, our trainings are followed by doctors, psychologists, nurses, therapists, teachers, business people, housewives and retirees from many countries, and our team of Symbolic Language experts has analyzed over 100,000 dreams and student papers from a wide range of cultures and social backgrounds, and is now sharing this knowledge through unique training courses.

Research on more than 50,000 analyzed dreams

Based on the research work of Professors Kaya and Christiane Muller, in 2013 we developed the DSSI Training (Interpretation of Dreams - Signs - Symbols), via an in-depth program allowing each person to learn to analyze his or her own dreams, but also to become an accredited expert by our Teaching and Research Center.

6 hours of free workshops and conferences, presented in French

12 unique workshops presented by experts in Symbolic language from several countries
(Canada - France - Switzerland - Belgium)

The IRSS Training presented at this event is an international 100% online training course, with assignments reviewed by an instructor each week.

Detailed presentation of the DSSI training program

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Spirituality experienced in the right way is a source of harmony, well-being, discovery and deep understanding of oneself and the universe.

Sometimes, at the beginning of the path, it happens that as they deepen their spirituality, their meditations and their reflections, some people become hard on themselves... They may even become too extreme in their principles and values; they may become prickly, critical of themselves or others, or even intolerant when they feel, for example, in adversity or with some who oppose their worldview...

But why? In this article, we present the main unconscious memories that influence us in our path, in our spirituality, which can make us hard, rigid with ourselves or others ... We will discover that it is not spirituality in itself that leads to becoming extreme, but our unconscious memories that deeply influence our way of walking on this spiritual path...

And yet, what does it mean to be spiritual?

Contrary to what most people think, being spiritual is not simply praying or practicing a particular ritual; being spiritual is being qualitative in everything we do... Because spirituality is a path of evolution, of improvement that can welcome all those who wish to know themselves and better understand the deep meaning of life, and this, whatever the tradition, religion, etc.

Even if many will marry religion & spirituality together, being spiritual is not dependent on a religious practice, on the contrary, it is a philosophy, a way of living in connection with the multiple dimensions of life. It is also a search for a deeper understanding of what is lived... A quest for meaning in the "commute-work-sleep"... A way to try to understand life and to communicate more deeply with it, with oneself...

And to be spiritual, in reality, is to wish to become the best version of oneself, to seek to develop qualities of life that generate happiness on all levels...

Everyone is looking for happiness... and in one way or another everyone is spiritual, without even knowing it sometimes... A man who helps selflessly is spiritual, a child who dances in the rain is spiritual... A sick person who smiles at life is spiritual... We all have our moments of depth and we all have the ability to connect to a force greater than ourselves...

Moreover, when medicine, for example, is unable to respond to the ills experienced, many people turn to spirituality in order to find a deep cause for their inner or outer discomfort... And you have to know that spirituality can really bring answers, and yes, much more precise and logical answers than you may think, but for that you really have to find a modern and balanced spiritual Teaching... and above all seek answers with discernment, so as not to enter into extremism that destroys instead of helping us to build...

Perfectionism and high ideals

Perfectionism is an essence that in its positive aspect helps us to improve ourselves, to surpass ourselves in order to reach the best of ourselves... But sometimes perfectionism can also dampen our morale, and make us dry, too analytical, too square, dissatisfied...

Our emotional plan can then get stuck and create deep frustrations if we are not able to recognize our efforts, to congratulate ourselves for the steps we take... And to love life in the perfection of its imperfections...

This perfectionism can affect our spiritual aspirations. Having ideals, spiritual values in our concepts is something positive, because it allows us to follow our dreams during our journey, and thus keep our intention focused on why we are working on ourselves, on what we wish to achieve and integrate as qualities, as virtues. The strength of intention can lead to the manifestation of our greatest aspirations...

However, high ideals can, combined with certain weaknesses, lead us to become extreme. When our goals are too big, when we want to reach the top When our ego starts to play tricks on us... Because we need certain qualities in parallel to reach these high peaks in a fair way, without hurting ourselves but on the contrary, strengthening ourselves.

The lack of love

We are spiritual when we do everything well to manifest ourselves in consciousness, with the will to always do our best. Spirituality is putting knowledge in everything we do. We observe ourselves and work to transform our distortions, our weaknesses, where we act, feel or think in a way we know is wrong.

When we are on this path but we lack kindness towards ourselves, love, it can create great discrepancies... Like a genius who becomes too much in his head and not enough in his heart...

We try to embody our values by lacking gentleness, understanding, kindness, which can hurt us and at the same time prevent us from evolving, because trying to apply knowledge without love does not work... This attitude creates blockages, limits us... It makes us more conceptual than concrete, leads to frustration... We then find ourselves in a vicious circle of harshness and demands, analyzing our environment in a desiccating way... And we can lose a lot of energy...

Life is a school, and we must accompany ourselves with the same love we would offer to a child: When he wants to learn something, to improve somewhere and he gets discouraged, cries, or becomes hard on himself, we talk to him with kindness, we comfort him... And this love gives him the will to start again in a better way to reach his dreams, he can then regenerate himself quite naturally and succeed...

To really learn, we must love...

In our spirituality it is the same process, we have to learn to love ourselves again, to compliment ourselves by pointing out our qualities, by recognizing where we have acted well in our day, etc... This is part of the journey so that our learning is effective and without extremism. To keep the beautiful side of perfectionism that helps us to excel, but is not too demanding or dissatisfied...

Lack of self-reflection and global vision

To become extreme towards oneself or others, it is also the sign that we lack perspective, humility and discernment.

But what is applying the return to self? It is what we do every time we take a step back from a person or a situation that affects us, to recognize that what bothers us in the other person is actually a reflection of something that bothers us in ourselves.

The other is always a mirror of oneself... In terms of percentages of conscious or unconscious memories...

When we don't do this, we project our own disturbance on the outside in different ways: Through reproaches, stinging remarks... Or even trying to influence the other to match our ideals, without realizing that by acting this way, we are hard and sometimes controlling... All these attitudes participate in making us extreme in our way of living our spirituality, and in general we don't realize that we are acting the same way towards ourselves...

Reinforcing this Law of Resonance according to which we attract what we are in both positive and negative aspects allows us to stabilize ourselves, to become more solid and confident in our path. We develop detachment, while being responsible... We broaden our global vision and discover true humility.

Indeed, as we deepen our spirituality, our vision of life expands. We gradually become aware of the different memories that make up our unconscious, and the fact that our soul experiences, builds itself over lifetimes, and lifetimes... That our distortions are percentages of who we are, and that they represent, once transformed, our greatest positive, qualitative potential...

Over time we realize that the cleaning of memories is done daily with patience and kindness, and that it allows us to rise, to improve ourselves, and also to inspire our environment to transform positively...

This collective and universal vision brings a deep serenity... But it can be slowed down or influenced by a negative force that we can all experience, something that sometimes pushes us to focus on our person in a negative way, to selfishly satisfy certain needs, certain insecurities, etc...

And some people think they have already reached high levels of spirituality, think they have reached the top, while the path has only just begun... This is what we call the spiritual ego.

The spiritual ego

As we have seen, spirituality and the journey awaken forces in our unconscious that make us excel, become better and other memories that can limit us. There are percentages of memories in us, old behaviors, ways of thinking that we have encoded that do not necessarily want to improve, to develop qualities... To stay calm instead of getting aggressive... To apologize instead of dominating... Our ego is part of it, and its influence on us can become profound.

We can easily recognize when our spiritual ego influences us: We feel superior to others, we have the impression that we hold the absolute truth, that what others experience or have told us is so much less important than our own knowledge and understanding... which has the effect of inferiorizing the people with whom we communicate, and leads us either to be constantly surrounded to feed this negative force within us, or to isolate ourselves.

Motivated by the negative ego, we can then find ourselves in a distorted, twisted form of spirituality where we seek to satisfy our personal needs, to fill our insecurities generated by our attachment to matter... Much more than to evolve... We can then become prisoners of an illusion that impoverishes us over time... and that makes us lose sight of the true spiritual path...

The spiritual ego prevents one from understanding one's place in the individual and global evolutionary process. A person led by the spiritual ego will not question his own attitudes, emotions and thoughts, and will not truly apply the Law of Resonance, because when we do it with sincerity and depth, the mask of ego has no place, and we find our way and our balance between self-confidence and humility...

Solutions and balanced spirituality, without extremes

It is normal that different memories come to the surface when we are spiritual, and this is a real gift from Heaven, which is part of the journey. Meeting our weaknesses means that we are ready to transform them and move to another stage of understanding.

When we perceive that in some way we are extreme, we can meditate with positive mantras, such as the Angelica Mantra techniques to develop the qualities that need to be worked on when we are experiencing extremism, for example: receptivity, i.e. the ability to listen, to welcome, support, benevolence, love, indulgence, balance, etc... These qualities allow us to relearn to love ourselves truly, to find balance in our way of building ourselves, to rise, as much internally as in our way of acting...

The mantra is one of the oldest meditation techniques that exist, it dates back to the dawn of time. It is as powerful as it is simple to practice. All you have to do is repeat a word, a sacred name or a phrase that carries a deep meaning.

With the mantra, it is the intention that is most important and that must be positive to generate a positive reprogramming of the consciousness...

To work with mantras is to really bring solutions to our problems, because we become what we repeat to ourselves internally... And the more we repeat qualities to ourselves, the more we can program them in and around ourselves.

We become what we repeat to ourselves...

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