Learning in your sleep.
Cheshire, UK, August 25, 2004.
Received by Helen Whitworth.
When you awaken in the morning, the first thing that jumps to your mind is that you have been elsewhere, and that you are coming back to reality. Ponder this for a moment; that the reality you have been to during your sleep times is just as real as that within which you spend your waking days.
Does your soul leave your body whilst you are asleep? Do you lose the ability to be aware when you return? You sometimes remember what you have experienced during your sleep time, and so it is with life itself.
It is easy to spend much time judging between those lessons formed within your waking reality and those formed within your sleeping excursions, but know they are equally valid. Both can teach, but may use different channels, like the child that prefers to learn through pictures or the child that learns through sound.
Some people require information in their sleep more than others. Some do most of their learning in that state. They wake with the answers to their problems and know the course of action. Others find it preferable to work logically through their problems and asking for guidance during the daylight hours. Both are equally valid and both can give you the information you desire.
By limiting yourself to only one set of instructions, of lessons, of learning, you limit all that you are. For your God-self does not differentiate between these moments.
They are merely different phases of consciousness. All that experiences both is the same, and neither is the one more real than the other. There is purely a different frequency, a different resonance behind the different states of being.
© 11:11 Progress Group.