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The Sri Chinmoy Library
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Earth’s dream-boat sails
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. Published on srichinmoylibrary.com with the permission of Sri Chinmoy. This is the 149th book written by Sri Chinmoy after he came to the West in 1964.
Table of Contents
Question: When you appear in a dream, is it really you in some form?
Question: I dreamt of a very lustrous, bright orange serpent shortly after becoming your disciple. What does this mean?
Question: When I first go to bed, sometimes I get a strong feeling of a dream that I had the previous night. Why is this?
Question: Does God feel that dreams are a necessity?
Question: After awakening, how can we become conscious of spiritual experiences that we've had during sleep?
Question: Why is it that a person you are dreaming of sometimes changes faces and becomes other people?
Question: What does it mean when you dream that you are injured or in a battle?
Question: How useful can dreams be in the spiritual life?
Question: In dreams, how can one transform the demands of the vital with the same force that one can when one is conscious?
Question: Guru, you once came to me in a dream and embraced and kissed me. Was that a vital dream?
Question: What is the significance of falling in a dream, like when one falls off a cliff?
Question: I very rarely have dreams. What does this mean? If it means I am not remembering them, should I try to remember?
Question: Why can I not remember my dreams for more than a split second after waking, even if I try?
Question: Where do dreams come from?
Question: If we dream of you, what part of the being is actually receiving you?
Question: Why can dreams sometimes be more inspiring than reality?
Question: I dreamt that all your disciples were in an ashram in India, and that Mother India was shedding tears of gratitude.
Question: Does aspiration increase one's capacity to remember dreams so that one can offer one's unconscious side for purification?
Question: Do dreams have anything to do with ambition?
Question: Guru, if a disciple comes to us in a dream and says he has a message from you, can we believe it?
Question: When we go to sleep, should we try to dream divine dreams, or should we just sleep naturally?
Question: How important are dreams?
Question: When we dream, do our souls visit many different planes of consciousness, or do they usually visit the same planes?
Question: When we dream of you, does it always mean that you have been in touch with us that night?
Question: What is the significance of exhilarating flying in a dream which is vividly remembered after waking?
Question: What does it mean when you die in a dream and you remain conscious that you are dead?
Question: When one dreams, the consciousness is often quite low, or at least unaspiring. Is that necessarily harmful spiritually?
Question: Can a spiritual dream be as beneficial as meditation?
Question: How do our feelings or emotional reactions in dreams reflect our soul's feelings?
Question: What is the relationship between dream and reality?
Question: Does it help us in our spiritual life to write down and analyse our dreams?
Question: Does the soul gain any experiences to help its evolution from negative dreams, as it does from real experiences in life?
Question: Guru, if you tell us something in a dream, how do we know if it is true?
Question: How important is it for us to remember our dreams, whether they are good or bad?
Question: How can we transform bad dream into a good dream without waking up?
Question: What is the difference between God's Dream and man's dream?
Question: What is the spiritual difference between dreaming in colour and dreaming in black and white?
Question: What can we do to make sure our dreams come from the higher worlds and not from the lower worlds?
Question: Can we derive any benefit from writing down our dreams every morning?
Question: Of what significance are oceans, rivers, and other bodies of water in dreams?
Question: Why do people walk or talk in their sleep?
Question: When we have dreams that are like visions, are they a living reality?
In tomorrow's dawn
Don't be so sad
Look at their stubbornness
To shorten your journey
Because he believes
I see, feel and become
Faith and sight
Morning dream and evening reality
I see the boatman fast approaching
Editor's preface to the first edition
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