“Deeper knowing and infinite wisdom of non-ordinary realities can help us shape and embrace our ordinary reality which is rapidly becoming extraordinary.”  - Ceca

 

Dreaming

While there are many unknowns around purpose of dreams and dreaming, we know that there are great benefits as well. Dreams can be grouped in three main categories: precognitive dreams, problem-solving dreams, and emotion-processing dreams.
Precognitive dreams: studies show that close to 30% of all dreams are precognitive in nature and that we are more likely to have premonitions about those to whom we are emotionally attached.
Problem-solving dreams: dreaming is essential for integration of all cognitive, sensory, and emotional inputs we receive during the waking hours. When we set an intention or ask for a solution before sleeping, in addition to our thoughts about it from the walking hours, our brain processes inputs from all five senses along with related emotions, and often derives a solid solution. So, next time you are ask to make a decision do “sleep on it.”  
Emotion-processing dreams: it has been proven that dreams help us process emotions. One of the functions of dream stories is try to strip the emotion out of experience by creating a memory of it, so that memory is no longer active. This is important because when we don’t process our negative emotions, we experience increased fear, worry and anxiety.  
It turns out we are very productive and effective while we sleep. Unfortunately, we only remember around 5% of our dreams, so finding a way to document all of our dream stories will enable exponentially more effective predictions, problem-solving and emotion-processing. This solution will be vital for coping with the massive changes humanity will soon face, as well as, for helping pioneers resolve complexities and fallouts that we are not able to predict.

shamanic journeying

Shamanic journeying is reaching altered states of consciousness in order to perceive and interact with symbols in non-ordinary realities and channel these transcendental energies into ordinary reality. Scientists have discovered that drumming, rattling and using other percussion instruments trigger rapid production of the theta brainwaves (4-7Hz) related to creativity, vivid imagery and ecstasy.  Earth’s electromagnetic resonance frequency was discovered by Nikola Tesla during his “free energy for all” quest, which was later proven and measured by Schumann to be 7.5Hz, the same level as the high theta/low alfa brainwaves (no wonder Native Americans refer to the drumming as “the heartbeat of the earth”). Leveraging significant advancements in science and technology, we can decode these non-ordinary realities and provide fast and efficient access to the knowledge and wisdom that can help humanity accelerate innovation, problem solving, and coping, on both, micro and macro levels. 

 

“My brain is only a receiver, in the Universe there is a core from which we obtain knowledge, strength and inspiration. I have not penetrated into the secrets of this core, but I know that it exists.” – N. Tesla