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Injuries, accidents... What if it's not a coincidence...? Have you ever had the impression that life was trying to speak to you? Whether it was through an event, an unexpected event, an injury, an illness? That it was giving you a "sign"... ? If so, then your intuition was right... Because behind every accident, every injury we encounter on our way, there is a deep meaning... Keys to readjust our life in a better direction... ????

Accidents, injuries

Think about the last time you hurt yourself... Maybe you dropped something on your foot, or cut yourself while cooking or "tripped". Maybe you were bitten by an insect on a beautiful day outdoors or came home with a sunburn... Did you know that all these scenarios contain meaning, messages about our thoughts, feelings and behaviors?

In the DSSI training, students learn about symbolism not only in dreams but also in everyday situations. When analyzing an injury, illness or even an "accident", several factors must be taken into account. First of all, we can look at the general setting: the time and place, what our thoughts or emotions were at the time of the injury. Depending on whether we hurt ourselves at the office during the work day or while out with friends at night, the interpretation will be different. Of course, we can always improve our safety in concrete ways, such as improving certain standards at work or equipping ourselves differently for different types of activities. However, even so, we can always understand the deeper meaning of an injury, what it brings us in terms of information on a symbolic level.

A sports session... too intense?

Here is an example based on the testimony of a DSSI student, who recently injured his calf during a group martial arts class. The fact that we get injured while exercising is related to our willpower, our drive. Because the injury occurred in a group setting, it is related to how the student relates to others and exchanges in a group setting. This is different from an injury during an individual activity, for example, which would indicate a tendency to push oneself individually.

Each part of the body also has its own symbolism. Some of these are probably intuitively known or can be understood, such as the connection of the throat with communication, our hands representing the way we give and receive, and the heart symbolizing the driving aspect of our life energy (the heart actually performing the function of a pump) which can also be related to the way we love. The Source Code dictionary is a fantastic resource for discovering the deeper meaning of signs and symbols. But even without this dictionary, if we don't know the meaning of something - in this case, a body part - it can be helpful to research it online. We can then take what we have learned about its physical properties and apply it as a symbol, a state of consciousness existing within us.

The leg: our way forward in life

The muscles of the upper leg are some of the largest and strongest in the body, so they are related to power and strength in the way we move forward. The calf, on the other hand, relates to propulsion - it literally pushes us forward when we take a step (this is the movement the student was doing when he tore his calf muscle). So while the legs generally represent how we move forward in action, the calves specifically represent our initial energy in that action. The calf muscles are also important for balance, posture and stability.

Even the left and right sides have specific meanings: the left side is related to the inner world and the right side to the outer world. In this case, it is the right leg that was injured, so it is a concrete, physical action, as opposed to a more figurative inner progression.

When the injury occurred, the students were standing in a circle - strengthening the bond with the group - around the teacher who had just explained a technique. She turned to our student and asked him to help her demonstrate. The student recalls that "at that point, I threw myself at her enthusiastically - too much so - and I got hurt. I wanted to do a good job in the eyes of my teacher, with whom I have a very good relationship and whom I admire, but also in front of the other students."

Memories

Here we can understand the student a little better in terms of memories: the experiences, thoughts and emotions that he carries within him, even unconsciously. Part of his being was in contact with memories of seeking approval, feeling of belonging and needing recognition. Sometimes this strong need pushes the student to take action too impulsively and too energetically. This can destabilize their progress and, paradoxically, end up blocking it.

If we can consider injuries as messages about the parts of ourselves that we need to work on, then the severity of an injury suffered corresponds to the urgency and intensity of the memories stored within. A simple scratch would indicate the existence of a small percentage to which the injured person must be attentive, as a small reminder to recalibrate their energy and attitude. In this case, although the injury could have been much more serious, the muscle tear disabled the student enough to realize the need to take stock and see what needed to be changed.

Reparation

Having to go through the gradual recovery process with acceptance and patience brought to light other things to understand. "More than one of my training partners pointed out that my body insisted on resting," the student admits. "And I'm someone who always wants to do 'whatever it takes.' Having to do things more slowly also made me realize how often I rush through things."

Being injured can also, surprisingly, lead us to acknowledge or appreciate what we were previously unaware of, as the injury brings about a "forced" internalization compared to the overly emissive movement that leads to the injury. The student had to rely heavily on his training partners right after his injury, "I felt really well taken care of
 it brought me closer together with this particular group" the student says. "In fact it helped me realize that it is Ok to rely on others, and it also felt good to share my feelings of gratitude."

La vie en symboles… 🙂

The next time you find yourself with an injury, you may feel frustrated and think, "It's just one of those things that happens"... But look beyond that ???? . Accept it as an opportunity to reflect on all aspects of what happened, as well as the thoughts and feelings it brings up in you. Why did life create a limitation? Then you can work on transforming what is necessary to develop your qualities and improve yourself as a person, without dramatizing and doing your best internally and practically...

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Have you ever felt that someone was hearing what you were saying, but not really listening? Are you yourself sometimes distracted when someone is talking to you? Are you really, truly present? Or is there a part of you that tries to speed up, control or escape the conversation? Have you ever wondered how some people do it, to have that attentive listening that makes it seem as if nothing else exists around them, just for the time of that exchange... Who are fully present? It is symbolic listening, the listening with symbols... That makes us understand the hidden realities, and allows us to connect deeply with the other...

The symbols

The definition and meaning of symbols - what we call symbolic language - is one of the cornerstones of understanding the functioning of human consciousness. This language is essentially revealed through dreams, which we patiently learn to decode, in order to understand the messages that are delivered to us to guide us in our projects, our choices, our decisions, our actions, our words...

The UCM Teaching and Research Center has published the Dictionary The Source Code, a fascinating, essential and fundamental reference, through which it becomes possible to learn and understand, in an autonomous way, the signals of our unconscious, the keys of our memories...

Thus, it becomes "easy" - more and more with time - to shed light on our dark and hidden zones, the regions buried within us that can only be discovered if we truly decide to walk towards them.

But in the deep desire to know oneself spiritually, there is sometimes a widespread tendency to "just see the invisible", i.e. to be interested only in what happens in the inner world, with the logical consequence of moving away from the concrete presence of daily life, to become weary of the surrounding reality, even to reject it. We fly away. One goes away. Finally, we get lost. Because it is possible to lose oneself in the abstract... Because one only listens to oneself. We are sometimes only interested in ourselves and our "evolution". And one can forget the others.

Listening

One of the explanations for this is that we have lost the ability to listen. Listening attentively to every moment of our lives. Listening consciously. Just as there is symbolic language, there is also the symbolic listening, alive in every interaction, every exchange, every gesture. In every silence even...

Here is a particularly vivid example from a teacher's testimony: during a class assembly, a student suddenly complained of severe discomfort during a health class.

   - Sir, I don't want to go to this class anymore, it disgusts me, and the lady doesn't understand anything, she doesn't listen to me. Everything disgusts me, it makes me want to vomit!

Strong words, a raw language, almost brutal; a tense face, drawn, scornful, grimacing...

   - What did you talk about, José?

   - It was that sex education, that disgusting thing, the male apparatus. It disgusts me!

When we learn that José does not eat at the same table as his father, even to the point of going without meals, that they do not speak to each other, that he does not receive pocket money, that he is one of many children born to several mothers, we begin to understand why the male reproductive system disgusts him and why he no longer wants to attend sex education classes.

In this first stage of accompaniment of a young person in disarray, struggling with life, symbolic listening is of primary importance. It is a matter of detecting the memories at stake, finding the roots of the malaise, understanding through the heart what kind of destiny has been activated...

We certainly have a particularly evocative example here, almost "obvious", and yet... If we reflect well, with honesty, on our day yesterday, our past week, our days as a whole - are we listening well?

They are all around us

You don't need to analyze a case of abuse to find symbols; they are everywhere... Like images that help us understand what others experience in their inner world:

  • "Ah, winter has begun, the weather is really bad..."
  • "I hurt my back yesterday, but well, you know I have to keep on taking care of everything here, otherwise nothing will progress..."
  • "My phone is down; I didn't see your message!"
  • "All these wars in the world; it's bad..."

But this can be positive too, of course:

  • "I am thrilled with my last music class with my friends!"
  • "How nice of you to give me these beautiful flowers."
  • "I slept really well last night..."

When you practice symbolic listening, it's like opening your eyes to a new world. Everything takes on a meaning that we may never have suspected. And thanks to its friend the law of resonance, they form a top-level guidance duo capable of teaching us as much about others as about ourselves.

This is what symbolic listening is all about: hearing that behind a disgust, there is suffering... that behind the winter cold, there may be the beginning of a depression... behind the flowers, there are feelings that are perhaps never said, or received...

Et vous, ĂȘtes-vous bien Ă  l’Ă©coute de la vie ? 🙂

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But... What are memories? How do they function? How do they work within? Where do they come from? Why are they there? Can we change them? What effect do they have on a life? Can it affect me personally? At work? Socially? Here is an article that will answer these different questions...

What are memories?

Memories are codes in our thoughts, emotions and actions that have been recorded from the past and influence the way we think, feel and act today. It is also important to know that these codes also influence our future, hence the importance of rectifying them if they are not programmed in a positive way.

Memories are created on all levels - spiritual, intellectual, emotional and physical. Memories are recorded since our birth and even before. Thus, all the experiences and emotions, both positive and negative, that we have lived through are recorded in our memories, our inner hard drive.

Positive and negative memories

The positive memories help us to manifest the qualities we have developed, to live and to concretize the beautiful work we have done in the past and that we transpose in the present.

Negative memories show us what we have accumulated through our negative experiences in our thoughts and actions, which we need to work on, clean up and transform in order to evolve on all levels. Otherwise, the same difficult patterns will tend to repeat themselves in our lives.

Understanding our memories

We can understand our memories with the help of symbolic language (because everything is a symbol), meditation, the law of resonance (we attract everything we are, in the positive, but also the negative) and of course, through our dreams. Learning to interpret our dreams is a very advanced, even avant-garde way to understand our memories, who we are, what we are becoming, and what we need to rectify to become a better person. Dreams are the portal to the unconscious where we can access the memories of this life that we have forgotten, or are not aware of, and through symbolic language we can analyze and transform our memories.

Il est important de voir nos mĂ©moires en termes de pourcentage. Car si par exemple On nous montre en rĂȘve que nous avons un sentiment de supĂ©rioritĂ©, que nous cherchons la reconnaissance sociale, ou que nous avons trop besoin de plaire, cela ne veut pas dire que ne nous sommes que cela. Il faut le voir comme un pourcentage qui doit ĂȘtre transformĂ© pour continuer Ă  s’amĂ©liorer 🙂

Impact of Memories on our lives

Personal life

Sometimes we may wonder why we had a difficult childhood, why we have difficulties in our relationship or in our family. Memories play an essential role in our current life and give us information that tells us what we need to learn. For example, if we have been harsh and hurtful with a spouse in the past, then through the Law of Karma, we will experience the difficulties we have caused the other person to go through, to learn what that feels like and not repeat that behavior.

We do not have to receive the lesson in the exact form, but it can be through different situations and with different people in our personal lives. For example, if we were unfaithful to our spouse in a past life, then we can experience that same pattern in this life, or another, to learn the importance of fidelity and the harmful consequences it brings.

But there are also wonderful experiences that we can have on a personal level, like a loving and caring family, a balanced intimacy that are the result of positive memories and that sow beautiful things for our future.

Professional life 

Another area of life where people ask "why" is work. Why a difficult boss? Why the lack of recognition at work? Why is there sometimes inequity or too much ambition, competition? Etc... This shows that in our memories we carry % where we were (or created) what we encounter, where there was favoritism, abuse of power, ego games, etc.

But no matter what situation you are in, you are there to learn. We learn to be kind, patient, respectful, not to seek recognition and praise in work... We learn the true meaning of work, which is to develop qualities and virtues. And when we stop rebelling or positioning ourselves as victims, we improve, we move on to the next stage and new learning and opportunities open up.

When we are able to show up well at work and have a healthy environment, respect others and are respected and given great opportunities to grow, we live out the positive memories we have built.

Social life

Some people are very comfortable in social life and have no fear of public speaking; while others have difficulty being comfortable. Again, this is all due to the memories that one has recorded over many lifetimes.

If a person has experienced humiliation, judgment and rejection at the social level, he or she will tend to run away from society, not to have confidence in him or herself, to feel inferior and be afraid to express his or her opinion, etc. And understanding this can help us to have more compassion and better accompany the person in the overcoming of oneself and in the rediscovery of one's deep qualities.

Memories create who we are today

We record memories at all levels of our life and every day... Through these memories, we live the life we ourselves have created. Since the purpose of life is to develop Qualities and Virtues, it becomes essential to understand our memories and the impact they have on our present life.

We can rectify our past mistakes by analyzing them, by applying the law of resonance, and especially by having the Will to change our internal and external patterns that make us go around in circles, or that bring negative situations. Memories show us our own reflection and once we understand them, we understand their impact and we have the power to change our lives for the better.

Know that it is never too late to choose to work on ourselves, on our memories, to find our deepest strengths and our full potential.

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The exorcism... Is it real? What does it mean? Is it a good thing? Or is it negative? Are we sure that the evil will not come back later? Or in another form? Is it possible to free oneself for good? How can we face the darkness in ourselves or in the world around us, without falling in the dark ourselves?

What does the symbol of exorcism represent?

Let's start with the definition of exorcism: "Religious or magical practice, involving certain formulas and ritual gestures, intended to drive the demon out of a place it occupies and, in particular, from the body of a person possessed; formula, prayer by which one exorcises." In terms of etymology, this term comes from the Latin exorcismus "adjuration; action of driving out demons "*.

The symbol of the demon is therefore closely linked to this term, to this practice, and a demon belongs to the animal kingdom, symbolizing an extreme concentration of selfish, cunning needs. The action of exorcising is therefore on a symbolic level that of freeing ourselves from instinctual forces that push us in the physical or metaphysical world to satisfy our own needs, in survival mode, in relation to how our soul has been coded through its past experiences and lives.

Is it possible to encounter the symbol of exorcism in a dream?

Absolutely, and it is actually quite common when a person works on their memories in order to become a better person. The reason for this is that their journey is one of transforming negative memories from the past. Depending on the strength of these memories and the intention of the person, the simple act of going to meet these memories in a dream can sometimes take the form of an exorcism.

But is the successful practice of an exorcism in a dream synonymous with transformation or is the conclusion similar to killing, which symbolizes the repression of the memories encountered? In reality, everything will depend on the energy with which the exorcism was conducted in the dream.

For example, if the symbol, or the person, who performs the exorcism in the dream is immersed in negative emotions of anger, fear, then the exorcism itself will be tinged with this negativity. Therefore, the result is that of repression, even if the form of evil that was driven out disappears... And the evil is only pushed back and remains present in one form or another in the dreamer's unconscious... However, if the dreamer notices, during the exorcism, that his or her energy was calm and that the form of evil disappears in a ray of light, or even from the place or person possessed, then we can conclude that a certain percentage of the memories is transformed.

The stages of transformation

The dream is multidimensional and it is therefore essential to be able to take all the parameters into consideration and to discern the trend of the dream, in order to bring back to consciousness the right information. This is essential to reach new stages of evolution and understanding of our inner code that constantly influences our actions, emotions, thoughts and intentions.

Another indicator of transformation will be if the dreamer feels lighter, in a better mood, or even if he/she observes changes in his/her relationship with others and on a physical level. For example, the dreamer's habit of eating too much candy may be lessened or even disappear (it's perfectly fine to eat candy from time to time; it's just that too much of it becomes negative). This represents signs of transformation of our negative memories that no longer influence our manifestation on the concrete plane. On the other hand, if the dreamer feels weighed down, has negative habits for himself or with others, this exorcism dream will have the role of indicating that a transformation of memories must be made. This indicates the activation of a program that can sometimes affect his or her life in concrete terms.

In any case, the experience of an exorcism in a dream is a symbol of an alchemical power that the person possesses. Whether it has achieved the goal of transformation or has brought about an awareness, it is a potential that the person can continue to strengthen by continuing to manifest in a qualitative way every day.

Don't be afraid to face our demons

We should not be afraid of our intense nightmares sometimes or even of facing our inner demons. A demon in a dream symbolizes a concentration of needs, selfishness or anger that can sometimes inhabit us as human beings.

The important thing is to say "stop" to those negative forces within ourselves that sometimes want to sabotage everything beautiful we have built.

The energy of the "demon" can sometimes manifest itself in a person's verbal violence, in an intense rage of anger, or in a devious manipulation to obtain something personal at the expense of others, etc.

But we should not be afraid of it... This is where the power of a positive mantra can help us to "exorcise" this negative in ourselves or in the other to transcend it completely and not let the negative dominate anymore.

Following an intense dream of exorcism, we advise you to meditate on this dream, this experience and these memories that you carry in terms of %, to transform them fully.

It is necessary to go through this path, where life sometimes tests us... Where it puts us in front of our demons to transform them and so that we voluntarily choose the light.

Remember that the demon in you, the negative that lives inside you, destroys everything it touches and tarnishes all our possibilities over time... While the Angel in you will guide you to your best self... And help you build an extraordinary life...

*Source: https://www.cnrtl.fr/definition/exorcisme

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How do we know it's really over? Does it mean having forgotten about the other person? Or not finding anything positive about them anymore? Or even feeling repulsed? What does it mean if you attract the same type of person over and over again? What does it mean if we ourselves behave in the same way again and again? If we repeat the same cycles, the same patterns...? Are we really over that old relationship? Or does it still haunt us? Can we really be free one day?

"My past is settled."

Sometimes you can read on the profiles of dating sites, "My past is settled...".

Hmm... have we really settled our past? Of course we can have a successful divorce or separation without intense conflicts or arguments... But have the reasons that led us to this breakup been well understood?

When we ask ourselves this question, we are really becoming aware of the deep mechanism that led us to this "failure" in our relationships. And one day the word "failure" will no longer exist in our vocabulary, because all these experimentations are there to help us discover these unconscious mechanisms. Whether it is in our relationships, in our family, at work, etc., all these behaviors come from past experiences that have created memories (data, so to speak) in our personal computer... The human being is like a living computer that experiences the positive and the negative throughout his life...

When the past resurfaces...

One day, I was talking to someone I hadn't seen in a long time. I knew that she had gone through a difficult divorce and she was sharing with me the stages of her life in love. So I said to her:

"Without deep work on your memories, you can find yourself in a beautiful, very harmonious relationship but one word, one gesture can bring up all the past memories that triggered the separation."

And that's exactly what happened... One day, her new partner made a remark in the same energy as her ex-husband, and that block of memories came to the surface instantly... And she ended the relationship. Yet, he was possibly a good person for her. A memory is very powerful...

To face the past and ensure that these love patterns do not return, one must go through several stages of cleansing. Of course, the concrete is important: make sure that you have a new home where you feel good, that the children, if you have any, are happy in their new environment, etc. All these steps are essential.

But the most important step is the cleansing of the memories, to understand in depth why we arrived there. Because all love stories begin with an attraction, love, etc. ....

So what is it that makes us unable to maintain this frequency? Once again, it is our past experimentations of this life, but also of other lives (if we believe in reincarnation) that come to be integrated in our beautiful, original intention of building the couple, the love. Everyone is looking for Love, it is the most important thing. It seems easy... But to find true and pure Love... It is Great.

"Falling in love"...

Several years ago, I literally "fell" in love with a man.

You know the expression to have someone under your skin... it was really like that, I was totally dependent on him, like a drug...

I experienced the lack when he was not there - it was passionate, beautiful but at the same time so painful. When I think back, I wouldn't wish that on anyone. It's like being a slave to that person on some level. The relationship didn't last long but it was intense on all levels. We had deep affinities about life and values, affinities also on the sexual level - it was really the fire, the passion that bound us.

When it was over, I really cried my heart out... and I also told myself that I would never go through that again.

The dream

I have worked hard, in depth, on these memories of passion, of fire in love, of emotional dependencies to make sure that I would not relive this. I was doing this work on my memories but I was also aware that I still had this hope in me... "what if he came back".

It's a bit like a battered woman who understands that it's not right but at the same time is completely connected to that energy. It took me years of working on my memories to not want to go through that kind of love intensity again... until one day I really felt in my cells a liberation... Finally! this is the dream I received.

I am in the car with Alfredo, we are sitting in the back, I think there are other people with us. He has a dominating look because I repel his advances in the car. I arrive at his house where he lives, I don't know this place and he goes to shower. As he closes the door to our room, I go to another room where there is an attached bathroom. I go to the bathroom and pull out a thread from the anus, but it is long, so long, it takes several minutes and I try to cut it, it is very resistant so I keep pulling it out until the end. The person who lives in this room arrives, I open the door and I tell him that I am here, that I am almost finished. I clean up the floor, because it's spilled everywhere and I get out.

 

When I woke up from this dream I felt a disconnection with this man, but completely... these memories of dominance over the other in my love relationship, I was in the process of cutting this link metaphysically... A dream of purification but also showing me how much I was linked for a long time to this kind of energy. The thread that is long also represents all my perseverance and my will to go to the end to totally purify these memories. And of course my attachment to him, which was deep...

Renewing yourself

I have done several types of therapy and it was a good foundation one could say. But dealing with your past without taking into account your dreams, memories (etc.) is like cleaning a room or a house, but without opening the cupboards, the drawers or cleaning the basement... On the surface, it looks very clean.

But in the end, the great work has not yet begun.

If you too have had experiences in love that you can't let go of, ask in your dreams why before going to bed...

A dream is a direct message to your unconscious mind, to the very closets and basements that have not been visited in a long time. It is the most beautiful gift you can give yourself and also helps to ensure that you don't go back to the same patterns.

To build a love relationship through your dreams is to build to improve it, so that the Fountain of Love from the beginning does not dry up after a few months but continues to bring and grow its benefits over the years.

Because yes, it is possible to use your dreams to know if a person is the right one for you...

Yes, it is possible in celibacy to learn to love solitude. Take some time to work on yourself and then find "the right relationship"... that will help you in every way.

And yes, it is possible to repair your heart... to love again one day...

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Your body expresses itself, it speaks to you... But do you know how to listen to it, how to understand it? Do you know its language? Would you like to discover the mysteries it has to reveal to you? Because it does not only speak to you about your physical health, it is much deeper... Your physical health is a consequence, not the cause of what you experience sometimes... Your body has things to tell you to rewrite your life, to create health at all levels in you.

The coded language of the body: symbolism

When I started to study my unconscious, I gradually discovered that there was a coded language, it is the language of the unconscious. I will give you a simple example to help you understand what the coded language is, the symbolic language.

Our unconscious speaks to us

People often say "I like dogs more", "I like cats better". Do you really think it's a coincidence? Not really. When we know the symbolic language, we understand that the person in his unconscious wishes to express and likes the states of consciousness inscribed in a cat, dog, or animal.

If you prefer dogs, then it means that your soul wishes to develop spontaneous love, fidelity, loyalty, natural joy but that you should be careful about emotional dependence. If you prefer cats, then your soul wishes to develop a beautiful autonomy, an independent side, a calm and composed side that knows how to take care of itself, but on the other hand, you should be careful not to be over-independent and put others at a distance.

Understanding the code

You see, behind everything, there is a state of consciousness that is inscribed. And it is the same for the human body. If, for example, we have a liver problem, we have to study and understand what the state of consciousness of the liver is. The liver is used to store energy, to transform and purify certain toxins in the body. The liver also participates in digestion.

So if a problem occurs in the liver, we must see in our daily life, where we may have difficulty to purify the negative, the thoughts, the negative emotions that affect us, whether it is our own thoughts, our own emotions or what those of others awaken in us. It is necessary to study which events, which situations it is difficult to digest, to accept. By meditating on these difficulties, you will be able to transform your daily experiences into wisdom and deep understanding...

Applying knowledge

If you wish to understand your body, learn the coded language of the unconscious and no more secrets will remain... You will know what the body wishes to communicate to you and thus you will be able to improve yourself in an extraordinary way and transform your life thanks to these understandings which exceed all that you could imagine...

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"Last night I had the strangest dream... I lived each moment as if I was there... The landscapes, the sounds, the colors. The smells, the sensations. Everything seemed so real..." Are dreams only a figment of our imagination? Or is there something deeper behind it? Do dreams have a hidden reality? A deeper meaning?

Dreams: imagination or reality?

We receive so many dreams in our lifetime. So much information that we don't pay attention to when we are less spiritual... So much information that is revealed when we sleep, through our dreams.

However, this question has always been present in the minds of humans: are dreams real? What is the meaning of this gigantic amount of information that is downloaded into our consciousness every night? We have to imagine that the universe is like a "Cloud" in which we all live... And our soul is like our own personal computer, which is always connected to this gigantic universal "Cloud", and which constantly receives and sends data.

What are dreams?

In the ancient Sanskrit language, dreams are called "Sapna", which means "something that concerns us". Throughout the day and over the years, we record many experiences within ourselves, some of which are conscious, and some of which become unconscious within us.

Even if some experiences (like sometimes traumas) can be momentarily repressed, repressed in our unconscious, our mind uses this mechanism to protect itself, as a defense mechanism. But nothing is lost, everything is recorded, and can be resolved when we gradually become aware of these parts of ourselves, these % of memories...

Why do we dream?

Dreaming is a natural phenomenon, just as we all have other natural activities like washing, going to the bathroom, eating, etc. What the mind is not able to process or integrate immediately, it begins to project into our dreams to get our attention and begin an inner work of cleaning. What this means is that the things we cannot understand or digest immediately stay with us until we are ready to do inner work. This can be done by decoding them to extract their true meaning, i.e. their symbolic meaning, in order to rectify the patterns that are no longer functional.

It takes a deep understanding, through symbolic language, to be able to understand our dreams and use this information to change, to evolve. Because a single dream, well decoded, can change a life, by what it shows us about ourselves, and the changes that we can create in our concrete life thanks to these realizations...

Dreams are our own inner reality

Yes, dreams are real... And they can even be more real than our real life. Dreams reveal various facets of our personality that we live throughout our lives through the roles we play (child, parent, friend, spouse, student, worker, etc.). Dreams show us our blocks, our weaknesses, but also our strengths, our qualities.

Very often, the conscious mind tends to reject what it doesn't like, it creates a façade to escape from what puts it in difficulty, and which requires efforts to be worked on. But dreams open the veil, without any bias, and show us clearly what we need to rectify in ourselves, and also our potential. This is why dreams speak about ourselves... They tell us who we have been, who we are, and who we can become.

Dreams show us what we sometimes hide from ourselves because of our protective mechanisms. They are true reflections of who we really are deep inside. Like clear water, dreams show us the different facets of our deepest personality, the good and the bad. So yes... Dreams are real, and they have a lot of secrets to reveal to us! Secrets that, when used properly, can lead us to the highest qualities... To a better version of ourselves...

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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 readiness, 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 led by priests 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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Did you know that all dreams have a meaning? Beyond these images that we receive at night, there is a code, a language, that we can all learn to decode, to help us better understand ourselves in our daily lives. In this lecture, presented by the Professors and Assistant Professors of the UCM Teaching and Research Center, we will discover the secrets of the symbolic language present in dreams, but also in our concrete reality. 

Did you know that all dreams have a meaning? Beyond these images that we receive at night, there is a code, a language, that we can all learn to decode, to help us better understand ourselves in our daily lives. In this conference, presented by the Professors and Assistant Professors of the UCM Teaching and Research Center, we will discover the secrets of the symbolic language present in dreams, but also in our concrete reality. 

We also present the DSSI Training (Dream Interpretation, Signs, Symbols), a unique program for learning to interpret dreams on a daily basis, with weekly follow-up in an online portal. This training represents the world reference in the field of dream interpretation, and our research is followed by psychologists, doctors, psychiatrists and therapists around the world.

When we understand the Symbolic Language, we enter a new reality: we understand the symbols that our dreams present to us every night, but we can also decode the symbols present in our daily lives. In fact, everything we experience during the day can be analyzed as a dream. Thus, when we study the Symbolic Language, we can not only understand ourselves better from the inside, but also learn to decode our external life with a new dimension...

In this conference, discover 14 exceptional sharings on various and multi-dimensional topics, presented by experts of the Symbolic language and the interpretation of dreams. Enter the heart of the Knowledge of dreams and symbols, with these inspiring and instructive real-life testimonies...

Conference Chapters:

0:00 – Introduction by Kaya
3:15 – Kaya | Presentation of the DSSI Training
14:41 – Anthony | This code that changes everything
21:38 – Kasara | I still dream about my ex
28:15 – Patrick | You don't choose a job by chance
35:39 – Regine | Water Restriction and Emotions
41:53Kaya | UCM Center Research
45:30Eloi | A dressed cat
50:03Sophie | Yoga that communicates
55:02Geoffrey | A dream to know how to intervene
1:02:33Thomas | Dreams are concrete
1:06:26Christiane | Sunflowers turned towards the light
1:15:25Kaya | Study your dreams
1:28:10Thibaut | Be a good listener
1:33:36Claire | Premonition
1:37:37Alexis | Secret Conversation
1:42:42Emeline | The Butterfly Child
1:47:03Kaya | Conclusion & Credits

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Did you know that all dreams have a meaning? Beyond these images that we receive at night, there is a code, a language, that we can all learn to decode, to help us better understand ourselves in our daily lives. In this lecture, presented by the Professors and Assistant Professors of the UCM Teaching and Research Center, we will discover the secrets of the symbolic language present in dreams, but also in our concrete reality. 

We also present the DSSI Training (Dream Interpretation, Signs, Symbols), a unique program for learning to interpret dreams on a daily basis, with weekly follow-up in an online portal. This training represents the world reference in the field of dream interpretation, and our research is followed by psychologists, doctors, psychiatrists and therapists around the world.

When we understand the Symbolic Language, we enter a new reality: we understand the symbols that our dreams present to us every night, but we can also decode the symbols present in our daily lives. In fact, everything we experience during the day can be analyzed as a dream. Thus, when we study the Symbolic Language, we can not only understand ourselves better from the inside, but also learn to decode our external life with a new dimension...

In this conference, discover 14 exceptional sharings on various and multi-dimensional topics, presented by experts of the Symbolic language and the interpretation of dreams. Enter the heart of the Knowledge of dreams and symbols, with these inspiring and instructive real-life testimonies...

Conference Chapters:

0:00 – Introduction by Kaya
3:00 – Kaya | Presentation of the DSSI Training
27:00 – Martine | When the veil of illusions lifts
31:23 – Kasara | I still dream about my ex
36:30 – Anthony | This code that changes everything
43:17 – Eloi | A dressed cat
46:40 - Kaya | Studies and Research of the UCM Center
50:30 - Christiane | Sunflowers turned towards the light
1:00:19 - Kaya | Sharing
1:05:43 - Haritha | Spiritual Illusions
1:10:22 - Kaya | Sharing
1:12:30 – Santhosh | Decoding our loved ones with discernment
1:16:11 - Geoffrey | A dream to know how to intervene
1:22:12 – Ân | Healing Mental Issues
1:28:13 – Linh | The reflection of Change
1:32:46 – Alexis | Secret Conversation
1:37:40 – Emeline | The Butterfly Child
1:47:04 – Kaya | Conclusion & Credits

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