The School of Metaphysics teaches all of these skills ... they are possible and can be learned.
* The movie also raises the question of responsibility and accountability ... having a purpose for these skills that is productive and beneficial, rather than using them for harm, deceit, or to interfere with another person's thinking. I think that this could have been emphasized more in the movie, although perhaps that doesn't have as much entertainment value as does stimulating fear of manipulation!
* Another question the movie raises: can one get "lost" in the subconscious mind from playing around with the dream world? How does one distinguish between dream reality and waking reality?
* Can you dream of someone who has died; i.e., actually meet with them in a dream, or is the deceased loved one only a projection of the dreamer? (Research has shown that visitation dreams are very common among people who have experienced the death of a loved one.)
Dream Insights, Inventions, and Intuitions
5331 W. Devon
Wed. night, 6:30 pm
Bolingbrook Recreational and Aquatic Center (BRAC)
200 S. Lindsey Lane
School of Metaphysics
5021 W. Irving Park Road
Chicago, Illinois 60641
630.739.1329 or Bolingbrook@som.org
773-427-0155 or Chicago@som.org
847.991.0140 or Palatine@som.org
www.dreamschool.org or www.som.org