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The Big Picture

April 26th, 2010

If, as Wei Wu Wei says, right now is the dream mind is dreaming, and that is true, then “history” is what mind is dreaming in the context called 'time,' which, allegedly, began with “The Big Bang” some fifteen billion years ago. Mind hatched this dream with “The Big Bang,” featuring 'the unfolding universe' as the center piece in this dream. Without the creation of time, there is no space in which 'events' could unfold as “history.”

“The Recovery Process” is a dreamer to dreamer encounter in this dream. One of the two must be awake in the dream, or awake enough to discuss the dream objectively, in order to assist the “client” to identify how it treated events in the dream as if they were real events outside of the dream. If the dream is always what right now is, then the dream included the events the dreamer in the dream kept in place as not only 'real events,' but the events that damaged a real person. If “history” is the dream mind is dreaming, then the dream included those events, the dreamer in the dream, and the dreamer in the dream using those events in the dream to dismiss truth by pretending it can be replaced with the fiction a real person was damaged by real events.

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Wei Wu Wei says, repeatedly, it's an all or nothing proposition: either the dream is always what right now is, and 'everything' is content in the dream, or nothing is content in a dream. Waking up features the dreamer in the dream retrieving how it keeps old, usually negative, events in the dream real to use reiterated suffering to anchor the fiction a real someone has a real self, and reiterated suffering is sufficient to prolong this fiction in the dream. The so-called “pain body” is what a dreamer in this dream relies on to defend the fiction a real person is 'damaged.' If right now is only a mind generated dream, then there is no one to be anything, including 'damaged.' The lie the self is real depends on the lie reiterated 'bad feelings' are sufficient to prove someone has a 'damaged self.' If this is a dream, and there are no people, only dreamers featured defending the fiction they are people, usually with reiterated suffering, then waking up can occur when a dreamer identifies how it converted “negative events” in the dream into the story it occupies that it was damaged by real events in reality.