Posts Tagged ‘Dreams’
Got this email from my mom this morning. Yesterday, we met for lunch at Cracker Barrel on her‘way’ back from Canton, where she goes to get wood crosses to make her amazing cross creations. She’s an artist at heart and I love that I grew up with that influence. We’ve been SEARCHING for MONTHS for the new magazine, Where Women Create, as we positively are ADDICTED to certain artists! Sally Jean, Mary Jane Butters, Jo Packham, and others. Not exactly sure WHY we were searching since it seems it is everywhere now that I spied the first two issues at one of my ab-fab-fav stores in McKinney – 120! I want to share my mom’s sweet, practical observation… and it is so fitting because we talked about the power of a dream on Queen of Dreams Radio last night, and in the first two issues of this AMAZING magazine, Jo Packham wrote tremendously inspiring letters about CREATING YOUR OWN DREAM.
Thank you for finding the Where Women Create books I am about to go blind reading them. How about that Sally Jean and Mary Jane Butters….the message they all seem to have isn’t really new though is it? Dream it and get up and do it!! I’m going to e-mail them and ask how quick they can get K.C. Willis in this magazine….life will be perfect then. – LOVE MOM
One of the things I love most about my mom is she doesn’t ‘over think’ things. She’s simple. It’s the simple things that make her happiest. Like a magazine, full of inspirational art and musings…and seeing the truth behind it all.
How People Find Us.
- screensavers that move
- cool screensavers
- be the change you want to see in the world poster
- Be the change poster
- Lead the change you want to see
- you us = change
I’m going to recommend this movie not because it is the *best* movie in the world, but because it is special.
First, suenos in spanish means ‘dreams.’ And Sueno is all about a guy following his dream. The ups, the downs and everything else in between.
I love the stylized feel of this movie (think Napoleon Dynamite and Nacho Libre) where posters come to life and little outtakes tell the story of what is going on inside the guy’s mind. If you don’t like stylized dreams, then you probably won’t like this one.
John Leguizamo plays the lead role of Antonio and is actually very believable as an immigrant fresh off the bus in L.A. with every hope in front of him. As I looked up the links, I noticed he was born in Bogota, Columbia…maybe that is why he can relate!
The music is good, multiple storylines keep it interesting. A dazzling director’s eye (who also wrote the script) makes for a refreshing treat.
Quick note today about dreams.
I worked with two different clients this week and we talked about their dreams, and how those are manifesting in miraculous, magical ways.
We got to look at how ‘problems’ (which often are actually answers to questions) show up and spur them on.
All of this to say that when you see the problems as messengers for your greater good and your dream creation, you can relax about the messenger (the problem) itself.
When you do this, then it’s easier to roll with what comes KNOWING that your creation is well on its way. It also cuts down on RESISTING the so-called problems (see them as messengers).
This is not a head or mind exercise (although your mind can be mighty effective in looking at it!)… this is a heart KNOWING that you are on the path. Cue in to your heart and love it with all you have, then connect to your being and begin again!
Hugs to you!
I wrote about Robert A. Johnson’s book, Inner Work, a few days ago and wanted to share a little more about why I so connected with its information.
For a long time I have been deeply involved with my dreams – I have prophetic dreams, I have lucid dreams, I enjoy regular unconscious type of dreams, and I, of course, LOVE to help clients achieve their dreams.
As long as I can remember I have thought about my dreams in the morning. I lie in bed trying to pull back as much as I can about what I was dreaming. Each one has a distinct feeling to it similar to how I read energy for clients. Some of the dreams feel ‘real’ as in…you are connected to someone else. For example, I often will have dreams for my business clients or about my business clients that show me something I need to know. It is truly ‘what you see is what you get’ where the characters are telling me something about the client. Other dreams have been more like I was actually witnessing something that was actually going on in their true life. I take care to disconnect as not to invade anyone’s privacy – usually this happens when it is something I can offer to listen about. Trust me, after the experience I had with my intuition breaking open the LAST thing I want is to know anyone’s private thoughts!
All of this to say that I have always wondered if everyone perceived their dreams in this way. Do they feel like mine do? Do they work the same way? And, in this book, Johnson shares how Jung talked about the archetypes as an ‘energy’ that we, as a collective group of people, tap into. These archetypes are as old as time, and whether you know about them or not, they hold wisdom, truth, understanding for you.
As I read this, I got more and more excited because this is how I’ve lived – everything has a soul… and energy… information…wisdom. EVERYTHING…and how appropriate that even our archetypes are messengers of truth.
My mind is literally spinning with the possibilities of what this means as I recall the images that have been coming over and over the last few months…queens, goddesses, fairytale type characters that whisper… “Pssst, this way…” Mother Mary, during the Gallery at Hope House talked about everything, every day being a joy…and the image that came to mind was Snow White as this model of singing with the birds.
How joyful it is to live in this world…free to roam and free to be me. I hope you, too, will join us in this magical, sacred world of energy where EVERYTHING has a message for you.