The Influence of Dreams


An excerpt from “The Dream State Revealed” by Ra Uru Hu

The work in DreamRave includes the ability to understand the actual mechanism of the sleep state, and the mechanical ways in which we are being conditioned and homogenized in that process.

This is a fascinating process as it helps us understand the nature of the dream archetype in a way that is mechanically precise. That is, there are different kinds of Personas. Each of the Personas’ carries a dualistic archetype, and these archetypes are what populate our dreams; they are the foundation for dream scenarios within the DreamRave itself.

So much of the attention about the nature of dreaming has been focused on interpretation rather than understanding it as a “seduction.” It’s one of the most brilliant seductions the program has—the dreamer's movie, the release from the normal domain, and the quality of the science fiction of it all.

We Are Receptors

If you look at a BodyGraph and the emptiness or open centers, it explains why it's so difficult for the average human being to escape homogenization; we are nothing but receptors.

When you're awake, you have the ability to deal with the conditioning to those receptors because you're conscious. You have a Strategy and Authority, a way of navigating through the conditioning field so that you're not drawn away from your possibilities; but, not when you're asleep, let alone all those human beings sleeping in somebody else's aura.

The level of conditioning that takes place while you're unconscious is incredible. I don't say this to take away from whatever your particular unique delight happens to be in your own dreamscape. My job isn't to destroy the illusions, it’s just to reveal the mechanics. I don’t care what illusion you want to go with, but the mechanics are very clear. The moment you step into that lunar body and shed most of your Personality, is the moment that you're going to be deeply conditioned.

Ra Uru Hu

Ra Uru Hu was the Human Design System’s founder and messenger. Ra dedicated 25 years of his life to the development and teaching of the System around the world until he passed away in 2011.


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