We can avoid our fears, in which case they get bigger, or we can forget them, like Harry Potter does Voldemort, and conquer them
What such interviews do is provide a way to access inner potentials that are not stuck where we are stuck. In this case, Rex accesses a part of himself that is not threatened, is not anxious, and does not worry. The theory is that the more Rex talks to and imagines that he is this part, the more he will identify with, and grow into, that innate potential.
“Death is not something to be feared.’ There is a point where it doesn’t matter any more. There is a light that you can only see because of the darkness being there…”
Don’t waste much time with dreaming dreams of victimization. Look for a way out of the drama. Some IDL dream interviews emphasize healing. Others emphasize balance. Others emphasize transformation. This one emphasizes all three.
Your dreams tell you how and why you are stuck. If you don’t listen to them that stuckness expresses itself in your waking life. In this lady’s case, it expressed as a pervasive fear of the future that had a limiting effect through self-doubt for years. The good news is that much of that is unnecessary and preventable with IDL.
Why do we scare ourselves in our dreams? This man still suffers from anxiety and fear of flying almost thirty years after he had this repetitive childhood nightmare. Could we be scaring ourselves because we misperceive the intent of our dream? When we wake up to what we are saying to ourselves will we no longer be scared?
Everybody has money issues. A bike crash dream couldn’t possibly help resolve them, right? How could a nightmare about failure help resolve money issues? It all depends on the perspective that you take. You can keep listening to yourself, and stay stuck where you are, or you can listen to your own inner overpass or bicycle….
Who isn’t haunted from time to time by the internal voice of a parent? What can we do about it? To live our own lives we have must, at some point, evict the negative aspects of our parents that are still living rent-free in our heads. Integral Deep Listening is a powerful, effective way to do so.
Self-hatred leads to anxiety, depression, and addiction. How to break the cycle?
Integral Deep Listening demonstrates that nightmares can be powerful and productive wake-up calls to support your integration, transformation and journey to lucidity and enlightenment.