Dreaming and Healing
by Paulette Waltz
Last night, I found myself in a deep dreamlike state. For the past several weeks, I have woken up with a crick in my neck. Now, anytime I have some sort of physical symptoms in the form of pain, I take note. For me, physical pain is an indicator that my subconscious mind is trying to tell me to pay attention. So while dreaming, I found myself doing ThetaHealing on myself. I traveled to ancestors and past-lives, floating in and out of timelines, reclaiming some part of myself and the feminine that had been lost. I noticed that I changed my sleeping position at the end of each healing timeline. Each subsequent position throughout the night took me to a new sensation in my body and feeling memory from somewhere in the past. This continued until I found myself laying flat on my back around 5:00AM, breathing easily, as if the full healing was then complete.
This is not the first time I have found myself healing in my sleep. During sleep, I have found myself in plant medicine ceremonies, taking mushrooms, ayahuasca, or whatever plant was there in the dream. I have also done full ThetaHealing sessions on myself and others in the dreamworld. I realize that it works just as effectively in sleep as awake, as it is much easier to work with the subconscious programming and often there is less resistance.
One evening late in 2017, I had an extremely vivid, multi-act dream where I was being taught ThetaHealing by Vianna Stibal herself, the woman who has created/channeled the healing modality. There was a classroom with just about 5 of us in the dream, no one I had met before, but everyone who was ready for this lesson. It was one of the longest and most vivid dreams in my life, and I wrote it all down when I woke up. The next time I saw Vianna in person a couple of months later, I told her about the dream, and she said calmly “that’s DNA 4” which is the next “level” class rumored to be released later in 2019 or sometime soon.
Do you do healings or go to plant medicine ceremonies in your sleep? I would love to hear about others’ experiences.