Originally posted by ThreeSistersofLoveandLigh
reply to post by Gregorian
That is definitely an interesting take.
However, I really find the logic flawed in this for two main reasons:
1. As stated in my opening post:
"When everything finally settled down, and just before I woke up, I turned to someone and said "I can't wait, they now know, I was right."
2. In reply to post by KatieVA in which the question "Did you have any weird overwhelming feelings in the dream, too?" was asked, I replied:
"Yes, I had an overwhelming feeling of joy, of release. A feeling of relief."
Maybe you ignored those posts, or didn't see them.
I think that if what you state were somehow true, that if nothing else, I would have woken up sad and/or confused.
Care to try and explain why I woke up feeling just the opposite?
For the sake of spiritual clarity I avoided all references to the dream as posted in the thread - including yours, and especially I avoided a reprise of the text of the opening post.
As an artist I rely on imagery, particularly in this instance. I approach these matters not from a psychological point of view but from the spiritual. I leave that to the Jungians and the Mandala chanters. My understanding of what you experienced comes as a result of a spiritual exercise wherein the content of the overall message given to you - that you insist on refuting - emanates from the Holy Spirit. I suggest that you take that inspired message for what its worth and to stop resisting - refrain from seeking for answers. Finito!