Look Upon Life As a Movie
A better word for a Conscious Dream is a Will Power Dream (the Senoi Dreaming Technique).
Nothing “happens” to us during a Conscious Dream. We can make the Sun rise or set command performance.
We can do anything we choose in a Conscious Dream (preferably for Personal Growth).
We’re the directors, not the actors.
There’s no such thing as a “bad” Conscious Dream.
We astral project during an unconscious dream. We bilocate or multilocate during a Conscious Dream.
We can do the same while awake but we’re afraid of the responsibility.
Neo was an unconscious dreamer when he re-entered the Matrix.
He believed Agent Smith’s bullets could kill him.
It took him two more Matrix movies to master Conscious Dreaming— when he finally realized he was both Neo and Agent Smith.
The Masters say, “Fire can’t burn itself.”
Paramahansa Yogananda wrote …
“Look upon life as a movie and then you will know why God created (imagined) it. Our problem is that we forget to see it as God’s entertainment (the play of consciousness). When we have finished seeing the movie, we know that nobody was killed; nobody was suffering. In fact, that truth is the only answer I see when I look at the drama of life. It is nothing but an electrical-shadow-show, a play of light and shadows.”