They determine their own path, goals, and even the methods by which to attain them
Before we jump to any conclusions, before we get riled up with assumptions about what this means, let me explain. The dreamers we are speaking about here are not relegated to any one political, racial, or ethnic group, life situation, age, or class, etc.
We are speaking about the real dreamers, the idea people, human beings who dare to dream, to imagine and to forge their lives according to their own creative impulses and inner values. They are not controlled by, nor live their lives according to the whims, wishes and manipulations of, others. They determine their own path, goals, and even the methods by which to attain them.
They are not rebels just for the sake of rebellion; they will in fact work with others so long as their own principles are not compromised. They are almost never the bureaucrats and politicians, or other acquisitive, self-promoting ones.
The real dreamers seek to improve the conditions of the world and the lives of others, as well as their own. And there is no doubt that quite often they will face enormous obstruction, resistance and even persecution should the magnitude and magnanimity of their dreams come into opposition with the small-minded ones, the ones who seek to control and dominate others because they haven’t found their own real inner being with its accompanying joy.
The real dreamers are far outnumbered by the mediocre ones, the visionless ones, the ones who always choose to follow the herd. While they may attempt to reign in, limit and control the dreamers, this opposition in itself can help to produce strength, resilience and resistance in the dreamers, even to the degree that they may serve as examples for those who try to constrain them. And they may even give these persons some hope, stir up some courage in them and thereby bring benefit to them too, as those who are more universally-minded, who see the connectedness of all people and things, would gladly do.
The dreamers are not unaware of the conditions around them that they wish to change. They are not mere fantasists and escapists. But they do not allow themselves to be uselessly distracted and embroiled in the pointless conflicts, conspiracies, debates and provocations that engulf the easily seduced masses.
The dreamers may be easily misunderstood by others who think they are selfish, unconcerned, lacking in compassion and empathy, etc. But nothing could be further from the truth. They know all too well what the real conditions are and how they came about. Understanding the law of cause-and-effect, they choose to create positive causes within themselves through the control and conscious direction of their own thoughts.
The Sea You Are Swimming In
To be a dreamer is to swim against the prevailing current. The mindset of the neutral-positive, creative and optimistic dreamer stands in stark contrast to the overall sad state of consciousness of much, even most, of humankind.
In Contact Report 476, Meier explains how climate warming further compounds and exacerbates the decline and degeneration of human consciousness:
“All that is, however, not the only result of climatic warming, because, truthfully, through this the human is also negatively influenced in physical, psychic and mental ways. So depression occurs, which takes hold more and more with many humans on the Earth and becomes a chronic state. Also, disturbances of consciousness emerge more and more often and, so, states of angst, and states comprising thoughts and feelings of loss, take hold more and more, as does the cooling of thoughts and the numbness which results from it. Brutality, violence and absence of conscience become more and more stark and lead to the murder of one’s fellow humans.”
Add to that realization what Ptaah and Meier expound in depth and detail about the unique, ubiquitous state of American psychopathy, in the second part of this Contact.
Indeed, we are swimming in a sea of psychopathy against a tsunami of cynicism. And while we are battered by the oncoming waves, with each stroke we must dream the dream we want to dream.
The following items can be useful for tapping into your creativity, learning how to successfully determine and reach your goals and surmounting negativity, cynicism and criticisms by those who prefer to…pop balloons, instead of filling them with the breath of life and creativity:
The Bulb Heads and the Pin Heads
A teaching story children’s book for all ages that “connects with your deepest inner needs and dreams“.
How to set goals and accomplish them, using your cell phone, tablet, or computer and be the authority in your own life and “how to focus on changing yourself from within by focusing on and recording where you are now and where you want to be.”
The Spiritual Teaching
Some of the books by Billy Meier containing the masterfully brilliant spiritual teaching, available here:
The Way to Live
The Might of the Thoughts
Thanks to Ken Smith for the link to Special Bulletin 49.