"Impossible" Healings

Kathleen Quinlan's "Impossible" Lucid Dream Experience

"You can create your own experience. You can alter it at any time." 

 

Definition of impossible:

ImpossibleWhere healing occurs beyond the typical reach of man-made methods

Gary's Intro:

Lucid dreaming, or being awake while you dream, is an infrequent state that some people have achieved. Many possibilities occur in this state but, in Kathleen Quinlan's unusual case (bordering on "impossible"), she could create her own dreams and thus new forms of reality at will. She says, "You can create your own experience. You can alter it at any time." 

This gave her limitless possibilities, beyond time and space, where she could experience the spiritual dimension without the constraints of our normal, limited thinking. Entering this state is, of course, one of our goals with Optimal EFT. As you will see, she accessed this state via our familiar Unseen Therapist... although she refers to it as the True, Inner Self.

Listen in and learn as she unfolds her fascinating story.

Kathleen's story:

You have heard over and over again 'You create your own reality.’ Most of us are dazzled and inspired by this idea as we consciously begin our spiritual journey back to the True, Inner Self (The Unseen Therapist).

But how do you really know this is true? How can you become so certain it is true that you can really enjoy the freedom it is meant to bring you?

Kathleen Quinlan
KATHLEEN QUINLAN
MSW, Licensed Clinical Social Worker in Las Vegas

The Inner Self is constantly trying to show you that your experience flows from within you, as your consciousness descends through your desire, your imagination and your beliefs into physical form.

Lucid dreaming is a very dramatic way for the Inner Self to show you that you indeed create your own reality. In lucid dreams you are awake and fully conscious while you are still dreaming. Without the limitations of time and space, your thoughts are instantly manifested. These dreams are opportunities for the undeniable experience of your power, and can teach you much about your multidimensional nature, defying all ideas about the limitations you have deeply believed about who and what you are.

I am going to describe my own initial experience with lucid dreaming. I hope it will inspire you, and give you greater confidence in your own creative freedom, and the value of dream exploration.

First of all, I tried for several weeks to have a lucid dream before I was finally successful. I went to bed each night telling the Inner Self to "Bring my waking consciousness into my dreams." And day after day I woke up with no recollection of having any dreams, lucid or otherwise.

Finally, one night, when I was really beginning to think I lacked the power to do it, I intensified my resolve to be successful.

And that night I woke up, literally, within the dream state. I knew I was dreaming and I was fully conscious. I felt a dramatically heightened sense of perception. My body and everything around me had a luminous quality, as if my perceptions were infused with a brilliance I had never known before.

In this state our feelings are heightened and we still carry our primary beliefs. At that time in my life, I was feeling deep remorse over the death of a child who was killed on my watch as a child protection supervisor. Because I was still immersed in guilt, my dream was initially frightening. In the midst of my fear, I felt a strong desire to change what was going on in the dream, and a remarkable thing happened. I not only heard very clearly, but also felt that I became the idea that suddenly filled my head: ‘You create your own experience. You can alter it at any time.’

Each time I thought this, the environment immediately changed. By the final sequence of the dream, I had repeated experiences of being able to consciously and instantly change situations that were frightening into events that filled me with joy.

Finally I felt exhausted and wanted the experience to end. Again I felt myself become the idea: ‘You can change your experience at any time,’ but this time I held on to it. At that moment I knew I was creating my experience, and I was the one who could change it.

I shouted excitedly, "I want to go home to my own bed!" Instantly I was in a room with a series of beds like mine, all made up invitingly. I dove into the most appealing, and turned over on my back. Immediately what seemed to be a wall of darkness appeared before me, and the foot of the bed lifted to plunge me headlong into this black void. My dream body vanished and, fully conscious now, I moved from the dream state into physical reality.

The transition between dimensions occurred with incredible speed and force. Because of the density of this dimension in contrast to the speed and light of the dream state, I experienced the movement into my physical body somewhat like running through a brick wall. At the instant of direct transition between dimensions, I felt a diffuse sensation of nausea as my dream body became what appeared to be millions of tiny particles that coalesced into my physical body, which slipped into my own bed.

To an observer, the process my dream body went through would have looked like a scene from "Star Trek" following the captain's oft-used command, "Beam me down, Scotty."

As I sat up, I was still reeling and feeling a bit nauseous. Was my body the same as when I went to sleep? It was. Then the magnitude of my experience struck me. "I've done it!" I thought, excitedly. "That was a lucid dream!"

Not only had I experienced a lucid dream that was clearly designed to show me my thoughts create my reality, but I was also given the unforgettable gift of proving this to myself in the physical world, by consciously experiencing the recreation of my physical body from its energetic cellular structure through to its full physical form.

This is also a wonderful demonstration of the repeated theme in A Course in Miracles that there is no order of difficulty in miracles. The Inner Self can bring the justice, the love, the peace and the safety of our spiritual heritage, from our dreams into this world as easily as It delivered the bed I requested in this experience! It is our challenge to open ourselves to the limitlessness of Divine Love that makes this possible.

Kathleen Quinlan, MSW, Licensed Clinical Social Worker in Las Vegas

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