Well, last night was weird for me. I had several scattered dreams. I have found that the affirmations seem to get me caught up in their wording, so I’m wondering if it would be better to make my own affirmations, so that I can remember them and they actually stick instead of me trying to read it just so and getting caught up on the flow of a sentence???
Alrighty… I remember a dream of flying around with an owl.
I had another dream, or that first one shifted to a dream about Suzi (Adona Mara) creating a nursery for all of the little Jedi babies.
Then the last thing I remember (from this sequence) was standing up on a hill, in this field, with Adona Mara and JBar. We were drinking coffee and looking down at an encampment of people in white tents. It looked like a civil war type setting. Those two were talking about military tactics and stuff like that, and I felt lost in that conversation, so I started staring down at the tents and “seeing” the people inside. I felt so connected to them, and felt very sorry that they were under some kind of threat. Suzi asked me what was wrong, and I said something like “It’s not fair that so many who want to do good get caught up in these tempests of ego.”
Then that owl flew over and it flew in front of the sun, which blinded me and I woke up.
However, I was wondering if meditations and visions count in this project. Because I did have a rather interesting one last night. This was before sleep, but during one of those energy exercise thingies. I was pulled up out of my body and could see myself lying there on the bed. I looked around and saw that there were people with me, but they weren’t actually visible. Then, a voice said, “The missing piece.” I turned to see a woman standing there who looked Native American. That voice said, “See yourself. Meet yourself of long ago. This is you, Saj wa.” Well, anyways, I was shown this woman’s life and told that it was actually one of my lives, and that it was necessary for me to incorporate this woman’s abilities into what I am today. So, yeah, hm…. definitely interesting.