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The dream state is known as the "ether" where the Conscious is still attached to a physical material body, determined by the condition of ones psyche which interfaces with the subconscious that enables the level of "awareness" in both the dream or remote viewing realms. It is a learning exercise between these attributes for your Conscious.
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erjk said ...

i fathom it similar to the dream state..one who is aware of there dreaming or becomes aware that they are dreaming there is something to be said about the dream world and its congruency to the Creation and even the Void and All Great Time..

--erjk 01:21, 23 June 2010 (BST)

Derrick said ...

Dear Mr. Meier, Thank you for the teachings of truth,the teachings of spirit, the teachings of life. 1.When we die do we imediately exist in the WE-form? 2. As humans, we are the determining factor in this life but after death can we still direct ourselves consciously in any way and determine anything in that state of being? 3. or is this state completely unconscious? My very best regards to you Billy:) Derrick salome


--Derrick 19:02, 15 January 2011 (UTC)

Hawaiian said ...

erjk,

The dream state is known as the "ether" where the Conscious is still attached to a physical material body, determined by the condition of ones psyche which interfaces with the subconscious that enables the level of "awareness" in both the dream or remote viewing realms. It is a learning exercise between these attributes for your Conscious.

--Hawaiian 20:07, 15 January 2011 (UTC)