What am I motivated to do when I am so painfully reminded that the earth has its own plans for the lands I call “my” home, and there’s very little I can do to predict or control them? I can’t pretend to have many answers, except the same one I’ve been coming back to over and over: nurturing some sense of community and coming into right relationship with the lands and resources that sustain my life.
How to use your dreams to become more emotionally empowered and aware.
My choice is that the reality is love. What is real, is love. What is an illusion, is the absence of it. What is true, is that there is love. What is a lie, is that there is none.
And let me be clear—I am not talking about mamsy-pambsy feel good love like everything is all good so don’t worry about it. I’m talking about the stark, irrational, deeply honest love that is unconditional.
How do we engage in healing work with others without harming them? How do we hold spiritual leaders accountable? What could the new way be?
Dreams offer us a unique and powerful way to attune ourselves to our present state of being, because they give us an unfiltered experience of what it is like to be us. When we receive an anxiety dream, especially if it feels mundane or reflective of your current life’s concerns, consider it an alarm bell from your inner self.