This is one of my favorite dreams.
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Adding a dream, I had last night (parenthesis contain interpretation) Walking west on a sidewalk. (west is always past in my dreams)
I am carrying a 9 month, to a year-old male baby in a diaper with no shirt on. I’m in my 20’s and I too am shirtless. (I believe we all wear costumes in this world, to identify who we are and to convey to others what we believe. It’s one of the things we slowly strip away during our journeys here, so we can be authentic at some point. That’s what no shirt says to me)
To my right is a non-descript skyscraper. (Cityscapes are my present physical reality, nature symbolizes spirituality, we are always walking in both)
To my left and front a beautiful country landscape, trees, a meadow, it’s a beautiful day. I turn right at the corner, now headed north. (Spiritual direction)
I put the baby, my baby, in my right hand and say, “I’m going to throw you to the moon,” Holding him like a football, his belly against my palm, I make a huge sweeping motion over my head across my body and stop with the baby cradled against my hip and upper thigh, like how a receiver sometimes catches and secures a football. I’m on one knee looking into the babies eyes smiling. I swing the baby up, holding him under his arms and his lips quiver and he puckers up to cry, still frightened by the sensation of falling. I smile, somewhat amused and say reassuringly, “I’d never drop you.”
Dreams are direct communication with the spiritual side. I realized that in the dream that I was both the parent and the child, also it symbolized of my relationship with Source. I’ll never be dropped.
This last 2 years for me has been a none stop transition from an deeply ingrained belief system to what is turning out to be the most glorious experiences I’ve ever had. Much of it, on a spiritual belief scale, has been quite scary.
Isn’t it beyond the moon and back nice, that Source would send such a reassuring message?
I’m enjoying my trip to the moon.
We are unconditionally loved, always.