Spiritual Fiction: Fears and hopes in dream and in reality.
Here is a one-of-a-kind spiritual fiction that explains how the hopes in dreams affect our physical reality, as well as some glimpses into mystical reality.
The mornings. They are always the worst. Carrying the enigma, the energy, the emotional charge of secret slumber into the day. Whatever demons my subconscious wrestled with during the night, whichever of its fears were fought on the fertile soils of the subconscious, the mornings show the war wounds in the most unforgiving light. Like a warrior slain, I drag my heavy sword, holding it up to face the day- the day that I believe will be filled with those same demons who escaped my wrath by night.
Imprinted as they always are though in the emotional valleys of our minds, the demons are elusive, insidious beings disguising themselves as the faces of strangers and loved ones alike, roaring out from their voices or burning us with the flames of their actions.
Seeing the world through the tainted fears and hopes of our dreams, we impose those illusions on others and then imagine it is they who make us feel this way or that. No. No they do not and they cannot. For our experience of the world arises and falls from within. Are the demons of our dreams any more or less real than the demons we create with the vividness of our imaginations?
Illusion of fears and hopes.
I ask myself, as the raging customer hollers before me; what if she is not the way I imagine her to be? I ask myself, as the impoverished man sits under his shelter in the cold, what if he is not the way I imagine him to be? I ask myself, as I watch the roar of the wind, what if the world is not how I see it?
How can we be so sure of ourselves, when even the very ground we stand on and imagine to be still, is actually hurtling through space at 1,000mph? Can we really trust our own senses?
Glimpses into Mystical Reality
Reality is as it is. And our view of reality may have nothing to do with reality at all.
I am tired now. Tired of preparing for the battles, carrying a shield of fighting them and being defeated. For in the battleground of one’s mind there is never a winner. We need not battle with demons, the greatest vulnerability lies in looking at the views onto which we hold so dearly and accepting that they may be fallacious, unreal and wholly inaccurate.
I am tired of fighting with the world, of hoping it would be everything I wish it would be. I am tired of fighting with myself and wishing the very same. There is only this moment and my perception of it. What else is there?
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Shoonyo (aka Vishal S. Avchar) is an International Author, and Spiritual mentor. Shoonyo’s core strength has been to mentor people to spiritual awakening through One to One sessions, Meditations and Retreats in the UK, Spain, and India.
Shoonyo is the member of the only NLP board in India. His spiritual fiction book “ Looking for the Obvious” is #3 bestseller on amazon. He is a Cofounder of “Shoonyo Foundation” , an organisation working towards spiritual awakening.