Hi ChristineMy initial perspective upon immediately waking and remembering all the details was sort of a Wow - mankind is stopping peacefully for animals to give birth - I know there's more to this than that and the dream is about me.
Ok, I suggest you definitely do apply what Maya has suggested as that will give structure to what you have just shared and allow you to walk the dream point by point. As for the points above, I suggest being aware of not making it a point of antagonism toward who you are as your emotions in order to 'not give into them,' Instead you can understand much more about yourself through what you just mentioned in relation to what you experienced while 'witnessing' this event if you take the dream as a self-revelation to see a character that you might not yet have explored sufficiently. That way we get to understand why any form of emotion comes up, how did we create it in our minds and as such, how we can practically stop it in self-awareness as an 'informed decision,' which means: you are aware of how you created it and as such the common sense realization of why you decide to not participate.I have been making myself look into the eyes of the anguished that I see, applying commitment statements that I will not give into emotion that will in no way assist and support the being that I am witnessing in suffering. This has been assisting me in being able to remain stable as the breath.
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