What is One?
It would take a lifetime to understand the power and the many aspects and teachings of ‘One’ as it relates to humanity, nature, mathematics and the Universe. For the purposes of this post, you will read about ‘one’ in light of the power of the Subconscious or Universal Mind, which is relevant to humans, animals, plants and elements. Additionally we will learn of the Hall of Amenti, the home of the starseeds of Earth who come from the Sun where the Masters are separate and also One.
Lastly, we will also connect the concept of the Subconscious Mind and how One or the All teaches us of Itself to a dream Carl Jung wrote about in The Black Books [click name for link to the book].
We Must Not Sleep on the Multi-layered Messages of the Subconscious Mind, Which Come From Dream Interpretation.
Following is an excerpt from The Black Books where Carl Jung recounts a dream he had just after Christmas 1912:
I dreamed then (it was shortly after Christmas 1912) that I was sitting with my children in a marvelous and richly furnished tower chamber — an open columned hall– we were sitting at a round table, whose top was a marvelous dark green stone. Suddenly a seagull or dove flew in and landed elatedly on the table. I admonished the children to be quiet so that they would not scare away the beautiful white bird. Suddenly this little bird turned into a child of eight years, a small blond girl, and ran around playing with my children in the marvelous columned colonnades. Then the child suddenly turned into the gull or dove. She said the following to me: “Only in the first hour of the night can I become human, while the male dove is busy with the twelve dead.” With these words the bird flew away and I awoke.
Upon reading this dream, numerous thoughts came to mind, some of which also Jung thought of in 1925. We will explore a few of these ideas in this post.Continue reading The First Hour of the Night: An Interpretation of One of Carl Jung’s Dreams from “The Black Books”