You May Say I’m a Dreamer, but I’m Not the Only One

Pray That This Song Was a Predictive Dream
You may Say I’m a Dreamer, but I’m Not the Only One
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Published by Steven G. Fox Ph.D.

Psychologist and author of "Dreams: Guide to the Soul" & "Multiple Sclerosis Mission Remission" http://www.drstevenfox.com This first book of mine shows how I developed an intuitive dream interpretation method through clinical psychologist private practice and Jungian theory. The book is titled "Dreams: Guide to the Soul." It is available at http://www.drstevenfox.com I wrote my second book in 2018. The second book describes my miracle MS remission, and is called "Multiple Sclerosis Mission Remission: Healing MS Against All Odds." It is available at amazon at https://www.amazon.com/Multiple-Sclerosis-Mission-Remission-Healing-ebook/dp/B07D7JBZ5L/ref=mp_s_a_1_2?ie=UTF8&qid=1529367853&sr=8-2&pi=AC_SX236_SY340_FMwebp_QL65&keywords=multiple+sclerosis+Mission+remission

10 thoughts on “You May Say I’m a Dreamer, but I’m Not the Only One

  1. Mira Prabhu – India – I was born in India and moved to New York in my mid-twenties. It was during my tumultuous residence in Manhattan that I first became fascinated by eastern philosophy’s power to transform the genuine seeker.So, during the freezing winter of 1993, I began to write Whip of the Wild God, a novel of tantra set in an ancient civilization reminiscent of India’s famous Indus Valley Civilization. I completed this novel–believe it or not!–twenty years later, in the shadow of Arunachala, the ancient hill considered by millions to be the God Shiva incarnate. Three more novels are currently simmering in my consciousness–Copper Moon Over Pataliputra, set in the time of the magnificent Mauryan Empire (300 BCE, India); Krishna’s Counsel, a contemporary novel (the genre: metaphysical crime fiction!), set both in India and New York, and a third, untitled, in which I intend to present the spiritual “view” necessary for seeking moksha, or enlightenment–a unique and perhaps controversial view I have garnered from my travels and study all across the globe–from south India to Manhattan, to the foothills of the Himalayas, Europe, and finally back to south India. I now live in the deep south of India, hanging out with my divine canines, Kali and Aghori, delighting in my growing garden, and continuing to mine my own creative and spiritual potential.
    Mira Prabhu says:

    Thanks Steve, i will accept your compliment on behalf of all the Indian sages who shared it with me…ha ha ha…meanwhile, just occurred to me that you wanted to read Krishna’s Counsel as a beta reader — do you really? If so send me a message to my personal email which you have – if not via WordPress — i can send it to you today — but only if you are REALLY interested. Om! (There is a very simple way to discern what is maya and what is not — the theory of real and unreal — what is real what is unreal acc. to eastern phil? Real = that which is permanent and lasting — which lets out everything but pure consciousness, which is our true nature – its all very simple but takes eons to realize). Om!!!

    1. I would be honored to be a beta reader for “Krishna’s Counsel.” I have sent you a private email–let me know you received it with a brief reply (yes will do). Namaste, Steven

  2. Mira Prabhu – India – I was born in India and moved to New York in my mid-twenties. It was during my tumultuous residence in Manhattan that I first became fascinated by eastern philosophy’s power to transform the genuine seeker.So, during the freezing winter of 1993, I began to write Whip of the Wild God, a novel of tantra set in an ancient civilization reminiscent of India’s famous Indus Valley Civilization. I completed this novel–believe it or not!–twenty years later, in the shadow of Arunachala, the ancient hill considered by millions to be the God Shiva incarnate. Three more novels are currently simmering in my consciousness–Copper Moon Over Pataliputra, set in the time of the magnificent Mauryan Empire (300 BCE, India); Krishna’s Counsel, a contemporary novel (the genre: metaphysical crime fiction!), set both in India and New York, and a third, untitled, in which I intend to present the spiritual “view” necessary for seeking moksha, or enlightenment–a unique and perhaps controversial view I have garnered from my travels and study all across the globe–from south India to Manhattan, to the foothills of the Himalayas, Europe, and finally back to south India. I now live in the deep south of India, hanging out with my divine canines, Kali and Aghori, delighting in my growing garden, and continuing to mine my own creative and spiritual potential.
    Mira Prabhu says:

    Steven, the eastern view encompasses relative as well as Absolute reality — but most tend to misunderstand this (not you). It is just simply that this world is a school — and schools and students are not perfect. We come here, for some inexplicable reason, to learn. Om!

    1. I really like your point of view. Deciding what philosophical stance to take regarding the maya surrounding everyone seems to be the hardest thing to do. To calm down and witness while trying to discern is the challenge it seems.

  3. A great song by a great musician and visionary. Was the world meant for such a vision; or is it “The School of Hard Knocks?” It seems the latter is true, but, if indeed the Eastern Philosophy is correct, it is all a grand illusion; i.e. “Maya.” Once the Veil falls away, Lennon’s vision can take over the consciousness.

    1. I am convinced that there is an undercurrent of karma that we need to pay attention to as politicians are committed presently to increasing Maya.

  4. Mira Prabhu – India – I was born in India and moved to New York in my mid-twenties. It was during my tumultuous residence in Manhattan that I first became fascinated by eastern philosophy’s power to transform the genuine seeker.So, during the freezing winter of 1993, I began to write Whip of the Wild God, a novel of tantra set in an ancient civilization reminiscent of India’s famous Indus Valley Civilization. I completed this novel–believe it or not!–twenty years later, in the shadow of Arunachala, the ancient hill considered by millions to be the God Shiva incarnate. Three more novels are currently simmering in my consciousness–Copper Moon Over Pataliputra, set in the time of the magnificent Mauryan Empire (300 BCE, India); Krishna’s Counsel, a contemporary novel (the genre: metaphysical crime fiction!), set both in India and New York, and a third, untitled, in which I intend to present the spiritual “view” necessary for seeking moksha, or enlightenment–a unique and perhaps controversial view I have garnered from my travels and study all across the globe–from south India to Manhattan, to the foothills of the Himalayas, Europe, and finally back to south India. I now live in the deep south of India, hanging out with my divine canines, Kali and Aghori, delighting in my growing garden, and continuing to mine my own creative and spiritual potential.
    Mira Prabhu says:

    Reblogged this on mira prabhu and commented:
    John Lennon’s Imagine…as someone addicted to the wisdom of eastern philosophy, I don’t believe this planet was ever intended to be the way he dreamed it could be…except for certain Golden Ages…because our true nature is already perfect — immortal and blissful consciousness that has chosen to enter this pain-filled realm for some inexplicable reason….i remind myself of this constantly in order to deal with what is going on right now on our suffering Earth. Thank you Dr. Steven Fox.

    1. It is so hard to get hold of the perfection and bliss when we are being served a gigantic dose of maya daily.

    2. The revolution needs to be in thinking and attitudes and not destructive action or reaction.

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