I went somewhere that there was a pool. I didn’t have a swimsuit, but there were many to chose from. I don’t think I borrowed one. I seemed to be forgetting something.
Off into the distance I could see a house being built. Either the roof wasn’t quite right or the walls appeared to be missing. I remember thinking it was strange or something was not quite right.
symbols and meanings taken from dream moods.com
Pool-Need to acknowledge and understand your feelings.
Forget-life’s anxieties. Subconscious desire to leave something behind.
House-a symbol of self.
My mother’s dear friend is dying. It drudges up a bunch of memories. As I went to see her one last time, a flood of emotions appeared. Emotions I would just like to forget. The dream is about covering up the emotions.
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I hadn’t seen her in a while. I knew things weren’t going well. She had been in and out of the hospital having had a stroke less that a year before.
I wasn’t prepared for how she would appear. It was shocking. She had become so thin. Her face severely bruised from falling earlier in the week. She was sedated to calm the seizures that she was having.
Her family was scattered throughout the room. They were excited she had company and asked me to come closer. I grabbed her hand. It was surprisingly warm. She opened her eyes slightly to see me and whispered she loved me.
I spent the next hour visiting with her and the family. Every now and then she would speak softly. We listened carefully hanging on every word. I was hoping to get a glimpse of the lady I used to know. What must she be thinking? Is it time for her to go? Does she know what is happening to her? Had she seen her angels?
I felt an overwhelming sadness and sick feeling deep inside. I thought somehow things would be different. My daughter was with me and said that she saw one of her angels. I hadn’t sensed they were there to get her yet. Maybe she has more time. My spirit knows what I dare not think.
When I think of energy flowing through our bodies and I think of the “Flux Capacitor,” the invention from the 1981 hit movie, “Back to the Future.” The energy pulsated and circulated in a small tubal container. It was the energy source that transported the DeLorean and Michael J. Fox, “Back To The Future.”
If you saw the movie, you’ll remember that certain conditions needed to be present in order for the flux capacitor to function. Our bodies have energy centers called chakras. Like the flux capacitor, each chakra needs to be working perfectly in order for energy to flow freely without interruption throughout the body.
Imagine that there is a break in the energy flow. When this happens the body isn’t receiving all the energy that is needed to perform its functions. Thoughts, feelings and beliefs are the typical issues that need to be cleared from the energetic bodies. If left untreated, sickness and disease will ensue.
There are plenty of places for breakdown throughout your body. Diet and exercise are important though the average person tends to over indulge and eat food that is loaded with toxic chemicals. Plenty of rest and lots of water are key.
You have no doubt heard of the body-mind connection and the effects of stress on the body. Your thoughts and feelings are energetic impulses that vibrate through out your body. It’s important to have good thoughts as negative thoughts and impulses tend to junk up the energetic fields that reside in your body.
Energy medicine has made its may into our modern world, but still not widely accepted. It continues to sit outside-the-box of traditional medicine. Why, you ask? It all makes perfect sense to me. We continue to treat symptoms rather to find the cause.
I woke early today. The alarm went off at 4am. My husband left the house early to push snow. After letting the dog out for a bit, I returned to bed. I didn’t need to get up for a few hours yet.
I snuggled in with my pooch and fell back asleep. Just before 6am I woke. My alarm hadn’t gone off yet.
I felt the stroke of a hand across my head. I looked up expecting to see my husband, but no one was there. I clearly felt a hand stroke my head.
It was something a mom would do when their child was sleeping. It wasn’t creepy or scary in any way.
I hope she comes back. Maybe she’ll talk next time.
My cousin recently died. He had a battle with alcohol and the alcohol won.
The last time I saw him or spoke to him was at my grandma’s funeral some 20 years ago. We were not close but had been at one time. There was family history of alcoholism in our family: 2 great grandfathers and an uncle all died from the bottle. My father and my uncle never drank. They were fearful of the disease and worried it my pass on to them.
Our family was small. Growing up I only had 2 cousins. We only saw each other on special occasions. My cousins lived in another state and the visits were infrequent. Just a year older than me, he was my brother’s age.
I remember my cousin being quirky and having a firey temper. For some reason it sticks out in my mind that he hated mayonnaise. I recall him tossing a sandwich aside a time or two because it had mayo on it.
My cousin and I both lived in Arizona for a while. During that time we got to know each other a little better. He was so funny. I often thought he should have been a comedian. He was very quick witted with his humor; one of his better qualities. He dated my best friend for a time and when that didn’t work out he stopped talking to me as well. His choice not mine.
I caught a glimpse of his dark side now and again. There were some deep seated insecurities that he tried to hide. I think he used alcohol to cover the anxieties and his emotional pain.
The warning signs were there. The predisposition to alcoholism was there. It was the perfect storm for disaster. His immediate family tried to help. They did what they could. He attempted to stop many times and sought help for his insecurities, but the monster had become to big. It couldn’t be stopped.
How do you help someone who can’t help themselves? There is no happy ending. Man, 52 dies alone in a drunken stupor. How very sad. Rest in peace, Jeff.
Doctors and researchers continue to look for cures for every ailment that plagues man. Maybe they are looking in the wrong place. Rather than stopping a disease or illness, maybe they should be asking how it got there is the first place. Our society looks to someone else for help rather than to look within.
It all starts with our thoughts. Then your feelings help create your emotions and your belief system is all contributing to your overall well-being.
Everything absolutely everything is energy. Your thoughts are energy whether they are good or bad. The energy surrounding negative feelings are dense and cling to your energy body. If this energetic debris is not cleared or removed, the stuck energy will migrate to your physical energetic body. The physical energetic body is an exact replica of your physical body. As an extension, whatever is in your energetic body will eventually show up in your physical body.
The goal is this: to balance our being. In our everyday life the thoughts, feelings and emotions create havoc on our energetic being. There are emotions that need to be addressed: grief, anger, envy, fear and lack of love. Any negative association that becomes attached to an emotion has the potential to create disturbances or blocks in your body. If these feelings go unresolved other complications will arise. It can affect our mental state or result in a physical problem or disease. There are so many of us that don’t know how to deal with our emotional problems.
If you find yourself in a medical crisis maybe it’s time you look within. Your body is simply trying to get you to notice that something is not right and needs to be addressed.