It’s said that men may not be the dreams of Gods, but that the Gods are the dreams of men.
– Carl Sagan, Cosmos
Words – including any form of philosophy – can be helpful (a) as a way to identify beliefs, and (b) as pointers for own exploration.
So I can say that reality (God) dreams up a world, this world, what’s here. That dream includes images of being a human and identification as that image. And as this apparent human, reality dreams up a wide range of Gods, all images and projections of what’s already here.
And that’s not really helpful until I explore it for myself, for instance through The Work, sense field explorations, or the Living Inquiries.
Reality (God) dreams up a world, humans, being a human.
Humans dreams up Gods.