If you know me, you know I enjoy looking for insights from dreams. But I've been on a kind of dream hiatus, having few memorable dreams in the last several months. That has fit right in with this pandemic limbo time, which I started pretty early. Last fall, in fact, I was starting to withdraw, … Continue reading How a dream gave me insight into a new doctor
As I step across the threshold into 2015, this liminal time of endings and beginnings, I meditate on the new year and what I might look toward during the next 12 months. Three years ago, I started using this Abbey of the Arts "Give Me a Word" exercise for a focus: In ancient times, wise men and … Continue reading My Word for 2015 & a Dream Tree
Lately I've had several dreams of escaping. I'm being chased by people I can't see - but I know they're there. And they're about to catch me. What will happen if they do? If they actually do catch me? I don't know. And I don't want to find out. So I run, I hide, I … Continue reading What you resist . . .
The focus of my last two weeks has been on cats and kittens. If you read my last three posts, then you know about my synchronicities and wondering how tigers would appear - and then having a stray cat bring four kittens to my door step. The coincidences took on a prophetic nature last weekend. … Continue reading Prophetic Dream and Tiger Kitten Lessons
Yesterday I shared Pema Chodron's telling of the story of pursuing tigers above a cliff and waiting tigers below and a mouse gnawing on the escape vine. And choosing to enjoy the strawberry that was right there. The story triggered memories of a few of my dreams of late. I've dreamed of tigers pursuing me … Continue reading Synchronicities: I suppose tigers are next . . .
I've had two or three or four dreams of tigers pursuing me these last few months. And then I read Pema Chodron's Quote of the Week. And I remember the delicious strawberries I enjoyed in Savannah a couple of weeks ago. So juicy, so red, so sweet. From Pema Chodron: "There is a story of … Continue reading Of Tigers and Strawberries
There are so many threads in this particular tapestry piece that I'm not sure where to begin. I guess I'll pick the ones that stand out the most. I'll start with where I went today. For another medical procedure, a presurgery before a colonoscopy. Scheduling this procedure hasn't been easy. Finding room in my calendar, … Continue reading A Profound Experience: The veil is thin