but calmed down when I was able to identify that I was in a dream.
When I realized the situation wasn’t real, I suddenly felt disappointed. It was THEN that the most magnificent thing happened, A voice inside my head said “Don’t be sad, the most important thing WAS real. You resolved the remains of an issue that had been lingering like a filmy residue atop your spirit. Now, you are going to wake up slowly and realize that YOU REALLY ARE FREE!”
… and so I did. I woke up realizing that I am free, from anger, fear and limitation. These are only some of the many perils of unforgiveness (aka: SPIRITUAL POISON). Now, I am so grateful for the situation that occurred a couple of months ago, I’m beside myself!
There have been very few occassions where I can remember consciously taking control of my dream. I was fascinated by my ability last night. Of course I woke up this morning determined to learn more about dreams. Did you know that many of the greatest minds of our time have credited their most profound discoveries to dreams?
For instance, after processing concerns and information for months, NASA designer Bruce Damer
consciously determined that he would dream up a solution. The result: A permanent moon base built by robots! Logic aside, the dream state can sometimes provide the most miraculous creativity.
I plan to incorporate more lucid dreaming into my joyful manifestation practice. So, do you dream?