‘Nothing Mahatma! I had nothing. But you were there in both stages, didn’t you? ”Ash asked again. When he said yes, he again said – That which is transient and subject to time cannot be true. Neither is it true nor was it true, all are stages. But even beyond the states, the self-realization that witnessing them is true. Therefore, the king must know, believe and accept the same truth. ‘And since then Jana began to worship soul while fulfilling his duties with a sedentary sense. This mythological legend only highlights the effect of dreams. It also clarifies that the dream world, despite being different from the well-known real world of the awakened state, is not completely inexact. In addition, the word dream is used for unusual mental concepts, not for the sake of money. As Gandhi dreamed, Ram kingdom should be established in independent India.
Marx’s dream was that through the dictatorship of the proletariat, the class heterogeneity of the society should be bridged and finally a classless society should be established. In these types of sentences, dreams are called difficult concepts, difficult plans, and unusual aspirations, but they are not considered as impossible or untrue, aspirations or plans. That is why dreams are not considered to be untrue or unfounded mind flight even in such popular word experiments. Then the question arises whether dreams are true or false. If dreams are all lies, then how can their apparent relationship with truth be seen many times, if true, then when they come into the awakened state, then where does all their detail suddenly fall away and become invisible? If dreams are true then what is awakening? If awakening is true, what are dreams?
According to Indian philosophies, there are three stages of life. Awakening, sleep, dream. The same self-power remains active in all three situations. As Ash had said to Jana, the truth is just that self-realization, which is present in these three states, its witness and vision, and beyond it, so the dream is special. It cannot be avoided by telling the truth or falsehood. But it is necessary to understand its exact form.
There was a time when every dream had some meaning, mystery or message embodied in it, people who could interpret the dreams received great respect. In the second century of Christ, an Italian resident scholar named Art wrote a book in this context, the name of the book was the principles of interpreting dreams. In those days copies were made by copying it. Back in the fifteenth century, when the press was invented, it appeared and became popular. After this, many other dream angles were printed in which dreams of every level were interpreted alphabetically.