Religion and Spiritualism


In Support of Comte-Sponville

Authors: Elemér E Rosinger

When I was a small boy, about two years old, on occasion, I had some nightmares. One morning I mentioned that to my Mother, and she replied, in a most natural matter of course manner, as if it had been about a simple and trivial issue, that next time, when I would again have such a nightmare, I should simply remember that I was dreaming, that all it would only be in a dream, and then I should just wake up ... Since my Mother's reply came so instantly, smoothly, and without the least emotion, let alone dramatization, I simply took it as such ... And next time, when a nightmare came upon me during my dream, I simply did, and yes, I managed rather naturally to do, what my Mother had told me to do ... And never ever I would again have nightmares for more than a mere moment, before I would manage to wake up from them ... Later, nightmares would, so to say, even avoid me completely...

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[v1] 9 Nov 2010
[v2] 6 Apr 2011

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