malai5 wrote:If you had the eyes to see you would see a form standing in front of you that contains everything that you ever were. It would be an alien form, an energy form, a being who has given you life.
frrostedman wrote:The writings remind me very much of someone trying to describe a complicated, and otherwise boring and nonsensical dream...
"I was on this roller coaster with my teacher from 2nd grade, and just as we were about to go down the first giant hill, the sun went black. Then, all the sudden I was in a Country and Western bar drinking chocolate milk, when I get an invitation to dance from... yep, you guessed it... a unicorn with glowing eyes and a carrot for a nose... you know, like Frosty! Don't you see what this symbolizes? It's the opportunity for rebirth. To start over and make the world the way you want it, rather than be held back by old ideas and dogmatic presuppositions."
sandra wrote:malai5 wrote:
Going back to the web, it is not all about weaving illusions, it is about weaving life.
You cannot get ahead of yourself see. But you can move through out the web freely.
frrostedman wrote:Mind you, I am not suggesting that dreams aren't important. But trying to muddle through what this spirit is telling malai honestly reminds me very much of trying to interpret a crazy nonsensical dream such as the fake one I put up as an example.
If you really look at the bare bones of what this spirit is saying, it goes in circles and means very, very little. It sounds philsophical and insightful but truly I argue that it is nonsense. And I don't mean that as an insult to malai. I think malai is in contact with a spirit and I don't think it is doing him any good. I think it's a dangerous practice and I'm worried about malai.
inja wrote:And Grandmother spider weaves from the "center" outwards and returns back to the center....as we can too.
I pretty much think the entire post of malai5 can be summed up into that knowing.
greeney2 wrote:Is there a connection between the spider medicine, the Grandmother spider, and dreamcatchers?
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