Spirit’s final “yes” is not meant to suggest approval of my simple, final thought. It’s his way of gently expressing a critical attitude toward my overly-simplified thought processes.
Originally posted on Grass-Roots Spiritual Philosophy 101:
Our simple seeker was recalling a confusing dream
of being lost in traffic and intensive construction
on her way to Church to celebrate a festival of
She could hear the service begin. A loudspeaker
was being used, and yet it didn’t seem to cause
her to wonder why, even though it had never
been part of any previous experience.
Perhaps, during a dream, we are unaware of
any previous experience.
Then why was I aware of where I was trying
to go, to a church that I once attended?
Yes. There is always a blend of the reality
we are familiar with and that we are not.
Anyway, I was lost.
Where you alone?
No. I was lost, together with a friend.
But, I was not totally lost. I was aware
of being close to our destination.
But something was different with the
Yes. Traffic was incredibly intensive,
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