Story of a Master’s Dream and the Robe of Midnight Blue
Are we alive in a dream? Are we really here, awake, living in a reality that we don’t fully know or understand or seem to control? Who are we, really: thoughts, dreams, emotions, memories? Could we be just the brain firing or are we more — awareness, will, Spirit, a soul? The existential question of what is real and whether we are living in a dream has not only been the interest of philosophers and mystics but of many scientists as well.
Albert Einstein’s statement on time illustrates this trend: “Reality is merely an illusion, albeit a very persistent one.” The discoveries of quantum physics and the dual nature of light have brought the conversation to a whole new level. The universe — us included — is not as solid as it appears to be. Reality and matter are pliable and changeable, a construct of mind.
If life is a dream, then who is dreaming it? What does it mean to wake up and live a life fully awakened? The ancients describe it as enlightenment. Ramtha’s teachings over the last four decades, weaved into this special book, directly address these questions and explain how it is that we live in a dream.
Ramtha describes the keys that are hidden in the brain and the deep subconscious. He teaches us how to access them to awaken as a master of reality with access to all knowledge and the power of the mind.
“The greatest conquest is to wake up and have unfettered vision to a day that is not colored and distracted with prejudices, emotions, and victimizations … And thus is born an awakening of a common person who dreams the dream of the king’s garment … the robe of midnight blue, spangled in stars and exotic moons. Now we have a student who dreams the dream of the master.”