Art of Dreaming
Serpent Dream – Dreaming Axis
This practice is aimed at straightening the body (also called the axis of dreaming). This prepares the body for dreaming practices.
Jaguar Dream – Dreaming Force
This practice is aimed at teaching the dreaming of body to manage the dreaming force. This is the art of discovering the dreaming as the process of transformation.
Eagle Dream - Flight in Dreaming
This is an art of living in the energy body, where the processes of energy transformations are on a higher level than physiological processes of the body.
In accordance with Mesoamerican Indian culture, this is the practice of Dreaming originated in Zapotec culture, which naturally absorbed the knowledge of matrix civilisation of the Olmecs.
The practice of dreaming is based on the ability of people to interact with the universal energy of Cosmos and requires them to understand their own body as some kind of energy vessel.
On the one hand, the practice of Dreaming reveals the other world of existence and the other reality. On the other hand, the Dreaming is an extra-sensitive process, which develops our understanding of physical world. This means that the practice is for developing not only our energy and consciousness, but also our body.
Historically the Olmecs were the first people on Mesoamerican continent, who started to maintain the special transcendental perception of the world. We can assume that the Olmecs are the founders of these practices in America. They assumed that life was a large energy field, the laws of which they studied and learned to interact with on a higher level.
As one of the ways to travel in parallel space, the Dreaming is an indicator, which shows people their degree of responsibility for their own life while they are awake.
Time that people of the past spent dreaming, allowed them to stay in the energy flow, which primarily defined the existence of human beings on the Earth. To a certain extent the Dreaming can be considered to be the process of emotional experience, which fills and enriches human life.
By involving into interaction four forces – Tonal, Nagual, Igual, and Yunal, the Indians transferred the Dreaming into a serious form of discovering life and obtaining knowledge. Olmecs, Maya, Zapotecs, and Tolteks became the main cultures, capable of not only existing in the Dreaming, but also studying its peculiarities and laws. They structured the outcomes of their research and transformed them into practice.
Perhaps the existence of such Dreaming practices in Incas culture on South American Continent is due to the fact that the knowledge of Dreaming arrived there from Mesoamerica.