I’m very into numbers, and I’ve consistently been seeing the numbers “666″ for a few years now. It’s only recently that I interpreted that combo using Doreen Virtue’s angel numbers book: “Your thoughts are too focused on material illusions. Raise your thoughts spiritually to get your thoughts back on track.” This is the message that I keep getting from my angels. Think positively. Think positively. THINK POSITIVELY! I still haven’t gotten the lesson. And yesterday my thoughts were particularly tumultuous. So my subconscious responded in kind:
I dreamt a lot about work. . . At one point we were pouring oil over our heads. I put some on gingerly, and then someone poured it over my head as if I’d needed it.
I knew head was related to thoughts. The oil seemed to be related to purification. “Ointment” happens to be right above “oil” in The Dreamer’s Dictionary. Both terms had explanations that make sense to my life right now. (Coincidentally, “office” is all on the same page, so I will use that, as well.)
An excerpt from “Oil“: “Oil represents energy. Become more sensitive to the energy expended in thought and action. . . It requires less energy to think positively, directing the mind toward something that is desirable, than to think negatively, trying to avoid or escape something feared or unwanted.”
Ointment: “Ointment represents potential healing. . . . When thoughts are productive for self and others, healing can take place.” (What’s the part that is healed in my dream? My head! My thoughts.)
Workplace: “Office indicates a place in mind where learning and growth can occur. . . . Do I view life for the learning it brings or as a series of burdensome crises to be solved?”
I have become more and more aware of my negative thoughts lately (especially since it’s being brought to my attention!) I’ve even noticed how I’m drawing more of what I don’t want to myself as I’m having these unproductive ideas.
Application: I want to be more positive. I feel the negative thinking patterns are ingrained within me, and I’m not being attentive to myself and building my self image.
These are my goals for this:
1. Give myself time for me to do whatever. (Goal: 1 hour a day)
2. Find employment that fits more in-line with my desires and allows more time for me to pursue my interests.
2. Monitor my thoughts. Reframe negative, unproductive thoughts by finding purpose. Forgive myself and others.
This is important for me and may be an ongoing project.