Thursday, February 11, 2016

Soul Travel: An Excerpt From Black Orchid Night

"When your inner self or soul enters this three-dimensional life from another reality, the energy waves that propel it break into a number of conscious particles. These particles spread out and form individual lives or focuses. Quantum physics tells us that’s true. Some doctors call these conscious particles reincarnational lives, but they are really simultaneous lives. So you have counterparts of you — we all do, by the way, living at different points in time and in a different place. I call them different planes or levels of reality. In your dream, the city is the same, but the year is different. Your consciousness, without your ego, is able to cross into this plane and experience that particular reality in dreams. Others do it while meditating.”

Sunday, January 31, 2016

Plants Talk To Each Other

"All forms of life communicate through chemical emissions, frequency vibrations, and in some cases, ultrasound. The study of plant communication is still in its infancy, but scientists now know that plants do communicate with one another above and below the ground. Human to plant communication is still considered impossible by most people, but there have been some case studies that show humans can pick up vibrations from plants, and translate them into words. I don’t claim to be one of those people, but I don’t doubt the fact that some people can pick up some sort of signals from plants." Gabriel Krabb: Black Orchid Night

Wednesday, January 20, 2016

The Orchid Is More Than We Think: Excerpt From Black Orchid Night

“Somehow orchids managed to spread their beauty over six continents. They have successfully found a home in every conceivable terrestrial habitat. They earned respect in the botany world not only for their delicate beauty, but also for being the most diverse family of flowering plants. There are more than 25,000 species of orchids in 880 genres. The secret to their success in a word is sex. Not what we term normal sex. It is more like really weird sex. The Bucket Orchid is no exception. This pesky flower captures unsuspecting bees and uses them for its rather ingenious sexual ritual.

The Australian hammer orchids are also cruel beauties. The wingless female wasps that become sexual prey have no idea what’s in store for them. The flightless female wasp waits for a male wasp at the top of the stem. The male will pick her up and mate with her in mid-air. The hammer orchid effectively mimics the female wasp, and excites the unsuspecting male wasp to the point of ejaculation. The dupe male wasp is utterly fooled. He is so convinced that the orchid is a female wasp that he even extends his genital claspers into the orchid. The sexual scam is a double victory for the orchid. The natural deceit makes the female wasp reproduce asexually. That sexual behavior produces only male wasps. Female wasps are the result of actual wasp-to-wasp mating. When the male wastes his sperm on the orchid, more females become asexual, which means there are more male wasps to pollinate the hammer orchid.”

Sunday, January 10, 2016

Soul Expansion: An Excerpt From Black Orchid Night

“You made an agreement with certain souls. Those souls project basic units of consciousness — we call them individuals — into our material reality at the same time your soul performs that creative act. The individuals involved learn lessons from each other and help each other experience mass events. You must realize we are experiencing a mass physical dream in one point in time, and other individuals from other souls experience the same dream in other points in time. But there are many dreams for souls to experience, and we creatively choose which souls to experience them with. The fact that they play different roles in these dreams is the result of individual choices. If they played the same role, there would be no expansion of the soul.” Buy the Here: http://www.amazon.com/Black-Orchid-Night-Novel-Idea-ebook/dp/B0190PUIFC

Tuesday, December 29, 2015

The Dream World: An Excerpt From The Book Black Orchid Night

"Our physical reality is the focus of our energy and our attention. But, understand, sleep is not a byproduct of our wakeful life. You might say the dream world is a shadow image of your waking world. It functions according to the possibilities within it, just as we carry on according to the possibilities inherent in our physical world. We are just as awake while we’re sleeping. When we are in the dream world, most of our energy is focused on that world. Our awareness is turned in another direction, so to speak. Only a small amount of energy is available physically. That energy sustains the body while we sleep.”

“Now, we remember only vague and disconnected portions of our dreams, so they appear to be meaningless and chaotic. The ego censors most of the information within our subconscious. The censoring process is important for most people, but some of us are equipped to handle the censored information and focus on it."

Sunday, December 20, 2015

Dreams: An Excerpt From The Novel Black Orchid Night

“Dreams have a personal validity to them. Your dreams are a byproduct of your existence. Your dreams contain concepts that will, at some point, transform your field of physical knowing. So your dream world is not a shadow image of reality. It is its own reality. You experience certain dreams to understand that developments are possible because they have matured in other perspectives, which are not tied to time.”

Thursday, December 10, 2015

We Are Such Stuff

As Shakespeare pointed out we are such stuff as dreams are made on.

We achieve so many things while dreaming, but we don’t remember most of our accomplishments. For centuries, our dream reality has been a victim of antiquated beliefs and religious misconceptions. Hence, our dreams are shrouded in mystery. I’ve been studying the dream reality for the last seven years, and I’ve discovered some interesting facts about our dream experiences. The first fact is we don’t understand the complete nature of our consciousness, so we say, “It’s only a dream.”

But dreams are not meant to be tucked away on the discount rack in our consciousness. We don’t realize it, but we ignore part of ourselves in order to function physically in the ongoing expansion of the human species. We believe we are built that way. We fail to see we are in the process of becoming what we already are, and we certainly overlook the undeniable fact that dreams set the tone for that becoming.

Dreams exist in levels, just like this reality. Our wakeful levels of reality are measured in time sequences, but there is no time sequence in dreams, so it’s difficult to make sense of them and put them in order. Dreams have their own sense of order. On one level, dreams mix wakeful experiences with other probabilities, and we experience a mish-mash of dream events. On another level our conscious beliefs and innate beliefs are homogenized, and we experience people, places and events in unusual ways. These dream levels help us with insights and artful expressions. On another level, we enter the spacious presence of consciousness where all experiences are formed.

These dreams experiences are a variety pack filled with waking probabilities that we lay out for physical manifestation. Some are manifested; some are not. Once we enter the fourth level, we wander through the hallways of consciousness and tap into the pulse of the soul. In this hallway, more levels of our dream reality are experienced. We live life as the soul lives it. We are the soul and all its counterparts. This consciousness journey takes us to the reality of the soul. In dreams, the ego is dormant. We free ourselves from our waking focus, so we have the ability to function without a body as we wander through these vast never-ending dream realities. Our body remains in one place, but we still sense the sensations created by our body.

We remember some of these levels as we travel though them while dreaming. There are endless levels, and an endless amount of no time to experience them. Our dreams never end. We just move in and out of them, just like we move in and out of this reality. The interesting thing about dreaming is we sense that we don’t just live one lifetime. We begin to realize how it feels it to live in multiple lifetimes.

Lucid dreamers have the ability to remember portions of dreams, and some of these dreamers also have the talent to dream at will. These people are not different than any other person in terms of psychic gifts or supernatural powers. What these people have is an open channel to other realities. They allow their consciousness to move multidimensionally using practice, a knowing attitude, and an open-ended belief structure. We all could remember where we go in dreams if we used those inner gifts. We rarely use them by objective design, but we always use them subjectively.

Black Orchid Night is the story of one of these lucid dreamers. She accepts what she experiences in dreams as another form of reality. Her waking world becomes a schoolroom filled with a new set of choices and probabilities. The lucid dreamer in this story discovers the connection we have with each other no matter what segment of the social ladder they represent. We all have been nasty characters, lonely and depressed individuals that make some really bad choices. The dreamer in this story is surrounded by the anguish of family dynamics and associations that can be considered sleazy and harmfully narcissistic. She begins to understand that she is more than one body and brain in one particular time. She finds another portion of herself living as someone with different skin color, and in a different time period. She realizes that skin color and ethnic backgrounds are choices that produce lesson for soul expansion. She interacts with this particular counterpart, and that connection influences present moment choices for both individuals.

It’s not necessary to believe you are more than one individual in order to be another individual. We are wired that way by our multidimensional soul. We will still function and expand from the action of the soul regardless of our ignorance. Our mission as individuals is to experience our desires and expand from them. We are part of the creative activity I call the soul. The soul doesn’t reincarnate. Reincarnation implies time. The soul creates without time. What we experience and what the character in this story experiences is one incarnation of the many incarnations that the soul expresses for creative expansion.