It is the great paradox of life that in order to awaken we must learn to sleep well. If we don’t learn to sleep well, we will not be able to enter the state that is needed to pass through the doorway between worlds. When we sleep well, we are rested and ready when the door between worlds opens. When we sleep well, we are sufficiently detached from our physical reality to venture into other realms.
Increased Brain Activity Marks the Space between Worlds
The door between worlds opens at a certain moment in our sleep cycle. We undergo several REM dream cycles during the night. There’s a moment before the final REM state begins. This is when the doorway between worlds opens and we’re able to meet with our future self. The timing of this moment and the activity that occurs can be observed by using electrodes to record brain activity during sleep. During this sleep phase just prior to the last REM cycle, increases in brain activity can be detected that are greater than than that of waking states. This is where the information exchange with our future self takes place. It happens in a flash – in a space of time less than the blink of an eye. This information is downloaded into our subconscious and filters up to our conscious mind as intuition, premonitions and other forms of higher knowing.
This is why those who receive adequate sleep are healthier, more intuitive and self-actualized – they have cultivated the sleep states that allow them to become adept at accessing the doorway between worlds.