Within our dreams lives the knowledge of
opens the portals to the integration of waking and dreaming
consciousness. As an unfolding process that realizes the
distinguishing features of one’s destiny, it addresses the
long-term significance of dreams. The spatial whole of Cosmic
Dreaming may be the greatest teaching machine known to man for
it is capable of illuminating scientific observation in dreams,
while it scans the cosmos for precognitive clues pointing to the
future and retro-cognitive clues leading to events that happened
long ago. It transports us from our inner to outer realities
where we are observing two landscapes at once: a familiar
personal world on earth and an unseen cosmic world.
Jung, psychiatrist, and founder of analytical psychology, was
known for the importance he placed on achieving harmony between
the conscious and unconscious linking to his theory of the
collective unconscious. Jung held that universal symbols and
processes are shared by all of us referring to it as our
“psychic inheritance,” the reservoir of our experiences as a
species, a kind of knowledge we are all born with.
circular imagery in dreams represented a completion, the
ultimate wholeness, and the natural centering force within the
psyche. He spoke of the circle in terms of the totality of the
human psyche and the relationship with the whole of nature. The
circularity found in Cosmic Dreaming illustrates how dream
fragments connect to make one circle at a time, each widening to
reflect the endless loop of time and consciousness. David Bohm,
theoretical physicist set forth an implicate order as an order
of wholeness that included all that exists in a state of
interconnectedness. Montague Ullman, psychiatrist and pioneer in
telepathy studies, theorized a relationship of dreaming to
quantum theory drawing on Bohm’s Implicate Order. Ullman
extended dreaming to a wider range of content than that of the
collective unconscious. This, he called the universal
unconscious linking us not only to ourselves but to all forms of
As our planet’s
survival is increasingly threatened, the physiology of the brain
may be more susceptible to global dangers that surround us.
Cosmic dreaming may be at an evolutionary turning point in the
development of psychic capacities that respond to those threats.
Its wide-angled dream lens traverses landscapes that expand our
worldview and enables us to observe ourselves as both the “one”
and the “all.” This awareness can engender the development of
human potential and the knowledge that survival begins with self
and transcends to the species.
In 1993, the
dreams of Judy B. Gardiner began to overwhelm her with scientific
information she’d have no way of knowing. Years of recording,
analyzing and research produced the unbelievable tale of
Lavender ~ An Entwined Adventure in Science and Spirit. This
true-to-life account enfolds conscious and unconscious, waking
and dreaming, faith and science in one seamless reality where we
can believe and observe simultaneously.
the fragments of our dreams, we are connecting to our personal
lives and to the timelessness of the universal unconscious. At
this nexus, we can perceive both our smallness and our
“wholeness” on the planet in the collective spirit of Carl G.
Jung, David Bohm and Montague Ullman.
An Entwined Adventure in Science and Spirit
by Judy B. Gardiner
Inspired by a True Story
Introduction by Montague Ullman, M.D.
engages the reader in unraveling the Cosmic Dream, the courier
of a universal message. This unusual journey folds Dreams and
Science into a symbolic alphabet, a metaphorical glue that binds
this wondrous tale, unearthing a new kind of Alchemy written in
new hieroglyphics. A prismatic mosaic of genres joining
science, spirituality and the paranormal, LAVENDER
proves the value of the dream as an untapped reservoir of innate
knowledge seeded in our psyches.