This morning I had an intense lucid dream that served as a simulation to help me advance forward in my ascension process, and I found that it reciprocated quite closely with this recent message from Blue Dragon Journal.
I found myself in a futuristic prison in which the prisoners did not reside in cells but in their own sections of the floor without any type of restrictive measures other than patrolling guards with assault rifles. I was, oddly enough, not in my current body but had the body of a middle-aged black woman. This is actually not the first time I’ve taken the form of a black female in my dreams. If it’s not some past life thing, I can only guess that it’s merely part of the simulation to include the most optimal criteria for me to experience life in contrast to the scenario of my current incarnation, i.e. being a white male in my mid-20’s.
Anyway, as the prisoners were signaled to rotate their positions on the prison floor, a black man who looked to be about 30 years old burst into the room and grabbed my arm, and I knew that he was my son. As we were scrambling away, my body said something to him along the lines of, “He (Skyler’s soul) is not used to being in a female body,” and as my son was pulling me away he grabbed a gun from one of the guards, shooting another guard standing across from him, then said to me, “I hope you can still use a gun,” and then I was tackled into a pool of water that separated one of the sections of the floor by another guard. As I hit the water, I saw my son diving in after me, and then I woke up.
As I’ve mentioned before, although dreams like this are intense, I’ve grown accustomed to them to the point of being self-conscious when I’m in the dream state, so I’m not really fazed by them anymore. They’re just subconscious simulations that provide symbolic lessons and traumatic experiences to aid in the ascension process in the conscious state.
What I gained from this experience was a further lesson in understanding the distinction between the body and soul, reinforcing the fact that reincarnation is real, and we are indeed separate entities from our physical identities. It is no different than driving a car—the driver is separate from the car, but both entities act as one unit during transportation.
This dream also helped to reinforce the fact that it is not our responsibility to save other people or the planet. We are only here to save ourselves, and that is our “world”. By liberating yourself from the prison of your own mind, you are saving the world, and thus performing your duty. In other words, you are only here to work on yourself, and by working on yourself you benefit the rest of the world.