via Milari Barker @milaribarker_
“This is a traditional indigenous practice that I have experienced many times and that mum does with her students when she is on location missions with them. It works every time!"
Easy step to prepare for a collective dream experience:
Meditation - when you are (all) ready for sleep:
1 - Lie in bed comfortably (support your back with a pillow if needed)
2 - Close your eyes
3 - Breathe naturally
4 - Focus on your breath and on how your body moves, your chest and belly. Feel your muscles relax.
Let go and don’t try to control your breath. If your mind wanders, return your focus back to your breath until you fall asleep.
For aboriginal people, and other indigenous groups around the world, individuals sharing the same space time (location, house, etc.) can manifest that they will meet each other in dreams to trigger together whatever the common consciousness wants to explore.
It is like any muscle, and some may not remember their dreams, however the collective shared experience almost always awakens even a small memory of this for the most skeptical of us.
Music : MEHDI/RAVEN “Ecoute No.1” @dj_raven_thing
Image : Milari Barker 'Milky Way Emu: Creator + Head'