December 4th, 2011
Received by FAB
I am here, Jesus.
I come this lovely Sunday afternoon to address Geoff's concern.
He wants to know about memories of dreams, and if we remember them
in the spirit world.
Well, Geoff already has a beginning understanding of this, for
the key, as to remembering dreams or not, is whether they are important
to our journey. Geoff knows full well that dreams are bizarre, strange,
and expressed in a highly symbolic way. And yet, they do have great
significance. The ancient world valued them. So do many indigenous
people in your time.
I do feel dreams are extremely important when they serve God's
purpose. Dreams can communicate important messages. They are particularly
effective because there is no interference from either outside interference
or inner censoring.
So yes, certain dream experiences, which may not even register
in the conscious mind, are retained in the afterlife when there
is a suitable reason to do so. After all, it's the memories of our
Earth life that determine our place in this great world of spirits,
where exact justice always occurs. So it is only natural and sensible
to assume that important dreams form part of this memory block,
in terms of the spirit understanding its soul and how that soul
fared on its mortal journey.
Dreams that do not have an important role in a mortal's journey
are not retained, just as many things mortals do are forgotten because
they have nothing to do with the moral and spiritual path, except
where there is a special reason to remember, as in the case of important
political figures or great artists.
I wish to tell Geoff that we are working very hard on his behalf.
He is under our care. He knows this, but I thought he would like
to hear it directly.