Oneiric Personalism and Language

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The world is my dream – the use of every single word in this sentence is disputable.

Nevertheless, the world is my dream.





On Sacred Nakedness

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When two people trust each other so much to get naked in front of each other, something wonderful could happen.

When a soul trusts God so much to get naked in front of Him, devoid of all earthly attachments and desires, something infinitely more wonderful could happen.

The Divine Light Within

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I observe the world but I am never observed by anyone, I am not an element of the world but rather its border (as Wittgenstein explained).

What can be said about this “I”? I, the transcendental subject, my true self, is such an object which is not an object at all.  Nevertheless, this approach seems to be pointless, because – according to the Duns Scotus law – any sentence can derive from a self-contradictory sentence.

How then this logical problem could be avoided? For example, by acknowledging that God is the mirror of myself (this is the conclusion from the statement that the world is just my dream). [See my previous post]. Therefore, I could speak about God instead of the transcendental subject (*).

Perhaps it’s just an explanation of the unknown by something more unknown?  I do not agree. If God is the mirror of my Self, I am truly of divine nature, although it can be recognized only within my Self. I’m merely a human being for other people.

I am truly happy, and I love myself because of this inner divine light.

(*) The transcendental subject is called Dreamer in oneiric personalism.

God as the Mirror of Myself

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One of the most fundamental distinctions related to oneiric personalism is the distiction between Dreamer and the person I am in this particular dream called life.

As the person I am in this (dream)world, I turn myself over to my Creator, God. Nevertheless, I know that I am this Creator, I am Dreamer.  As Dreamer I am not present in my dream, I cannot “see” myself, therefore I need a mirror.

God – the Absolute of this (dream)world – is the mirror I seek.

God and Dreamer are two “aspects” of the Absolute, they have the very same “nature”, the only difference here is the direction of ontological relations: the (dream)world is related to me (as to Dreamer), yet I am (as the person in this dream) related to God – together with the whole (dream)world.