I dislike feeling altered, even by deep hypnotic states of meditation but dreams are a natural altered state of consciousness where our filters are down and we are directly in touch with our deep unconscious. The psychoanalysts and Jungians always worked on dreams after the fact, although the Jungians got closer by summing up dream figures as parts of the psyche to dialogue with in active imagination. But lucid dreaming makes any conscious dreamwork obsolete or at best an adjunct approach.
What a great untapped potential for inner work and exploration in this. One doesn't even need to trip or do anything excessive for this to occur.
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