The moral is that dreams are for insight, for predictions, and for healing. Exploring the dreamscape to find out its rules, symbols, and meet dream entities who can help you is one of the most interesting activities I know of.
Therefore, I will scratch the surface of the deepest ocean of our minds to show you the basics of dreamwork and to have this article as a reference I can build upon.
I will give you a skeleton key to your intuition…
“In the afternoon of 21st November, 2019, I consumed the bigger half of some mushrooms.”
A semi-report like tale of my first experience with psilocybe cubensis.
Here is the TL;DR version:
Focus can’t be forced, it is lead.
Always be in motion.
Reality is malleable.
Find out more by reading the whole thing.
An excerpt from a project I’m working on. Lux Aeterna is about a man who finds himself lost in a dark and unfamiliar house.
“I’m reaching out to touch the different objects in the room. I don’t find anything at first, but then I bump into a table with my hips, so I go around it with my hands looking for the edges, until I’m in empty space again. At the other end of the room hang the curtains, a pale light wading through the fabric.”
You’re not back yet. The dream still grips your mind like a drug, its winds blow over your body. Behind closed eyes the world is colourful. It’s as if at the bottom of an ocean an oyster showed a pearl so shining, its light reaches to the surface and up into the sky, making the clouds dance an act of a play. And it’s but one small weft thread woven into the tapestry. You see the whole picture with all its moving parts, inescapable, its features and moods your prison and liberty. Still, it doesn’t last long and you quickly jump into one such moving part, shrinking and falling into something mysterious.
András Alkor was born
His writings consist mainly of short stories both in Hungarian and in English. You’ll find most of his English pieces in different corners of the internet.
Currently, he does mentor work at a high school in his hometown.