Image courtesy of arztsamui/ FreeDigitalPhotos.net

Image courtesy of arztsamui/ FreeDigitalPhotos.net

I’ve been having a lot of litterbox dreams lately.  I may ask about that symbol tonight, along with a few symbols from others’ dreams.  There’s usually something crazy going on with the litterbox.  Sometimes it’s overflowing.  This morning it was nasty because there was a water leak from somewhere.  Some kind of conscious mind experiences are making things messy!

Yesterday I had some interesting dreams that I’d like to share for today:

#1 My hubbie and I have become part of a scheme to make children high in iron.  (In the jungle?) This will be popular im the states.  I have produced twin babies, darker skinned.  (They look to be age 2.) I have also produced a young child, a bit lighter skinned with curly hair.  (Looks to be 4 or 5.)  The person who has organized this scheme tells me that the twins are too dark, but they will take the light-skinned child.  I never wanted children, but now that I’ve seen them, I do not want to give any children up.  Apparently there is a signed paper.  I refuse to sign it.  I say I will never sign it, that I am persistent (to woman behind desk).  We have turned the doorknob to the office around to try to help ourselves (me and partner).  They have already fixed it.  (Maybe more children then taken from others.)

#2 People arrive on island.  Big huge beast with people-sized large cage (like terminator cages) is walking about advertising bringing people to Beast Island.  (a park?) There are beasts in the cage, which it sweeps out with one hand to make room.  Looks kind of like claymation.

#3 Dad comments about condition of house (parents’-looking house, actually).  And how we may end up moving back in with parents.  I am very upset with the comment but hold my tongue and say something like it is an interesting comment.

#4 Some girls come by the house .  __________.  I’m sitting in neighbor’s yard across the street.  The door is unlocked and they walk in.  I yell and run after them.  They say the door was open. I say, yeah, because I was right there.  A girl is freaked out because of drawings of stick people.  It seems she’s afraid, maybe they were doing witchcraft.  I am trying to draw what she said, but I end up drawing a butterfly.  It is really pretty, and I admire it, but it was not what she was describing to me.

#5 Girl was sitting with me.  Meeting of adults going on in next room.  She makes loud noises.  I sternly remind her of meeting.

In the first dream I’ve created some things (ideas, or manifestations), and I’m struggling with what to do with them.  I have an attachment and am not ready to give them up (whether I should or not).  The second dream is just creepy.  The beast would be an unknown aspect, probably more of a habit, that is trying to trick me into taking me into a dark place. It’s likely this has to do with my doubts, fears, and general negative thinking.  In the third one, it seems my superconscious/spirit part of me is telling me to clean up my act, clear up my mind!  And though the first dream seems really important, the fourth dream is my favorite.  I am fascinated by my butterfly drawing.  It was a beautiful creation and had nothing to do with what I was receiving.  It seems I was transforming these negative images (again, perhaps related to fear and doubt) — negative imagination, into something beautiful.  I saw another butterfly image the next day, so I think there is definitely some kind of message there.  Finally, I think the 5th dream is reminding me again to reel in my conscious mind.  Whatever I’m working on in the meeting is likely important.  A conscious part of me is randomly disrupting it!

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Image courtesy of Prawny / FreeDigitalPhotos.net

Thought of the day:

If you’re the type to “run away” when you’re uncomfortable, when the going gets tough, when you’re full of doubt and fear, I’m telling you now — CHANGE YOUR WAYS! Because some day you will decide that you want to grow, that you want to move, improve, be the best that you can be. And then all those things that you’ve been avoiding  YOUR ENTIRE LIFE — will slam right into you.

This is not the end of the world when this happens.  And it will happen.  Change is inevitable, and you face things eventually.  But I’m telling you, they’re a lot smaller and easier to handle when you face ‘em right away!

 

Alas I have fallen off the blogging wagon.  I became very involved in projects, and this got pushed to the back of the line.  So, here’s my conglomeration of the past few days:

I am thankful for . . . (and not in this particular order. . .)

challenges.  I have been stretched, and I have been stagnant, I have struggled, and I have soared!  I feel like I have some huge hurdles to get past in my spiritual/personal development, and once I do . . .  I’m gonna be rockin’ it!

ice cream.  Flyering and ice cream.  Those two should always go together.  And I’m also thankful for getting the chance to meet people and practice talking with strangers.  I’ve made some good connections and gained some confidence.

a twitchy forehead. And stillness.  I’ve never had that feeling in that spot before.  I also don’t think I’ve ever drunk carbonated water.  So. . .  I’m not really sure if my third eye was activating — or if I had some weird reaction to the carbonated water I drank today.  BUT it was an interesting feeling, and I really hope it was my third eye.  My teacher think so, and that would be awesome.

hugs.  Exchanged a lot of hugs this weekend, since I spent a lot of time at metaphysics events.  If people would let me, I’d hug every person I came across.  Imagine that! :-D

friends.  I’m often afraid to ask for things, and I’m amazed when people actually say “yes”!  I’m so grateful when they do. :-)

exercises.  I missed a lot of exercises yesterday and got back on track today, and I felt amazing.  The concentration and visualization exercises really cleared my head today.  Maybe I need to keep doing those in the middle of the day.

lectures. I love speaking.  Really, really enjoy it.  In fact, yesterday I was in a complete haze — a serious head fog that freaked me out, actually — and it disappeared when I gave my mini-lecture for the “Taste of Metaphysics.”  Also, I got feedback that my mental images were very clear and that my heart was open throughout.  (Yay!)

That’s it for now.  Good night!

Tribute Tuesday: Happy

Finally just jumped in and did this. I absolutely love this song.  Please, music world, write more of these songs!  (Maybe someday I will, too!)

And thank you for indulging my desire to sing. :-)

 

 

Early Education Enrichment @ the Plainfield Fest!

Early Education Enrichment @ the Plainfield Fest!

 

I’ve been a little shaken AND stirred these last few days. I’m starting both a new business AND a new metaphysics class AND my classmates and I have a fundraiser this coming weekend.  It is pushing me WAY out of my comfort zone — which is good for me, but painful, nevertheless.  It’s hard for me to steer clear of the whirlpool emotion of despair that tries to ensnare me when things don’t go as picture perfectly as I hope they will go.  It’s also hard for me to approach people, which all three of these events have required me to do.

I’ve done a little mental reframing and a little financial reorganization, and I’m going to look at this year as a great chance to get to know people.  I’ve been meaning to volunteer, and my intuitive reports have emphasized the importance of service and being connected to others.  So, I’m going to make this make this a year of community involvement.

Time to get out of my head and into the world!

If any of you have a favorite volunteer organization, please share!

 

I spent a good part of today preparing my Early Education Enrichment booth for the Plainfield Fest.  Had fun with my sis’, laminating, going kiddie prize shopping, and planning and preparing the educational games and promotional paraphernalia .  As I type this, I am still working on it. . .  Pictures and more to follow. :-)

I particularly need this today.  I’m feeling a bit low.  For the things that I am struggling with, I am turning them into something to appreciate.

I am thankful for my cats, for sticking to me like glue to show me they love me.

I am thankful for forgetting things, so that I may remember to be present and grounded.

I am thankful for beginnings, so that I can  measure my growth.

I am thankful for phonecalls, to practice connecting with people.

I am thankful for large projects, to practice breaking things into steps.

I am thankful for low emotions — they trigger me to take a look at myself and my situation, step outside myself, and see the bigger picture.  They remind me that all of the drama is inside my head — my conscious mind — and thus to be aware of what is in front of me and what is deep inside me.

I am thankful that I AM.

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