I see a young Indian looking man by a table in a room, displaying a range of books. It turns out that the books are from an Indian tradition I have not heard about before. I recognize a man pictured on front of one video as someone I had seen earlier the same day in a different context, and get interested.
It turns out that this tradition is more comprehensive and clear than any other, and includes yet also goes far beyond practices and insights from other traditions. The title of the books say "adZeita" (!) which also turns out to be the name of the traditions.
I am shown a diagram which demonstrates how this traditions compares with the other ones: adZeita has 40+ books, Hinduism (including Adveita) has twelve or thirteen, Buddhism eight, Christianity three, and Islam one. The number of books indicates how comprehensive the approach is.
I ask more specific questions, and learn that this tradition emphasizes both Enlightenment (Big Mind awakening to itself) and also Self-Realization (deepening into the evolving fullness of who we are as human and soul), although Enlightenment is considered a quite early and simple shift in the overall process and more attention is put on the process of Self-Realization.
I tell the man that I am not looking for any traditions or practices right now, I am happy with what I have, but since adZeita is so clear and inclusive - including any practice I am familiar with - I have to look into it further, and maybe take it as my main guide from now on.
The name adZeita sounded like a slightly embarrassing misspelling of Adveita in the dream. Staying with it after waking up I see that it is a combination of Adveita and Zeit which is the German word for time. Adveita is the nondual and timeless, form as emptiness, and Zeit is the unfolding of form over time, emptiness as form. Together, it is Adveita embracing time and the evolution, development, maturing and unfolding of form over time.
As the dream made clear, this tradition includes any practices and insights from any other tradition, presented in a far clearer (and more contemporary) way, and also goes far beyond in its scope.
There was no secrecy around it, just simplicity and clarity. I was surprised I hadn't heard about it before, but now had to acknowledge that I have to look into it further - especially as it already includes any practice I am familiar with.
The sense of clarity and comprehensiveness is one that has come up in my waking life in different ways for quite a while - more recently through The Center for Sacred Sciences, Almaas, Barry and Karen, and also (and maybe especially) through my own explorations.
The number of books in each tradition does not quite correspond with my conscious view, especially in placing Islam so far behind the others...!
Overall, the dream seems a little silly to my conscious view - both as it happened and now. At the same time, it seems to tell me to take this sense of clarity and comprehensiveness more seriously.