Thoughts

Corn Kernels

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Our variety of beliefs rattle around in our head like corn kernels in a can and really have no great effect until they are accepted as true.

Once accepted as true, they become our truth, that is when they start to grow.

Corn kernels can only produce more corn, in the same way a belief will replicate similar forms and energies of itself.

Seeds of fear and forlorn will replicate that energy, seeds of trust in the universe will sprout trust and hope.

How we select from the seeds in our mind and what we allow to germinate is entirely up to us.

Thank goodness it is our personal garden; we always have the ability to plant, weed, transplant and cultivate.

If we search within, we will always find a master gardener, it is one of the seeds we carry in our can.

Gift of Imagination

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Why is imagination our greatest spiritual gift?

There is nothing made by man that didn’t pass through our gift of imagination first.

It is our greatest tool of individuality for we create for ourselves based on our experiences.

If we are not satisfied with our creations we can always imagine change.

Fighting our creations creates struggles, to accept our handiwork as our handiwork allows us to alter our works of creativity.

If we want peaceful surroundings we must use peaceful means to create them.

It is always the energy beneath the form that animates it.

Seven-degree Map Dream

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Dream
Working in front of a house making something and I am asked, “Have you made the seven-degree map yet?”
I moved closer to the house area, but I don’t recall what happened.

When I returned to where I was working and was relieved to see my saddle was still laying there where I had been working. It was an old saddle from my youth.

I looked to the West across the street at a vacant lot that was overgrown with weeds and thought I should plant some hay there and sell it.

Walking over to the lot I see that I have dug a deep and wide foundation and was waiting for materials.

Questioning myself I wondered if I had gotten all the permits and how much would it cost to have all the steel hauled in so I could line the whole foundation trench with thick steel.

It needed to be able to hold water.

I had to go to the bathroom, so I jumped down into the trench to be out of sight and started relieving myself when I looked up and saw two women to the northwest.

Startled, but hidden I didn’t move.

The lead lady asked, “ Did you make the seven-degree map yet?” I answered, “No, but I will.”
End of dream.

I know the “Making of a map,” has to do with a conversation I recently had on a site called Dream Creators, but the “seven-degree map” didn’t make sense.

I looked up “seven -degree” and to my surprise, it is a rather common term in astrology.

I know nothing about astrology, but there is something called Sabin Symbology having to do with your sign lining up on a certain degree marker.

This is from Sabiansymboligest website.
“Dr. Marc Edmund Jones provides the official meaning of this Sabian symbol in his work, The Sabian Symbols in Astrology:

Pisces 7° A cross lying on rocks

This is a symbol of withdrawal from reality in one aspect as means for regrasping it in another, here dramatized by a wholly unnecessary acceptance of the world’s common repudiation or neglect of an individual’s higher ideals.

Implicit in the static symbolism is the need to be active in the cause of every standard or allegiance through which life has been made worthwhile, and the insistent stirring of an inner voice which seeks to quicken the soul to the paramount necessities of its existence.

The keyword is CONSCIENCE.

When positive, the degree is a rugged independence of inner spirit and a courageous rejection of all outer compromise, and when negative, utter timidity of self-interest…. Are you clear on that now? Do we have a 5:5? Have you got the message? We’ve made this mess, so we have to clean it up. No one else is going to do it for us. That’s engraved in stone, you can count on it. So, be about your business. Do the right thing. Do it now. Give yourself an order you can’t refuse. Make it so, then sign below.”
(Sorry so long)

A saddle stands for your beliefs in a sense, what you are riding on, what is carrying you.

The idea of filling a trench that will hold water is in line with another dream.

To be going to the bathroom in a dream is the idea of letting go of unneeded things.

I think it is so cool when you get something you never heard of before in a dream and it fits exactly where you are.

Dreams are gifts from our higher Consciousness.

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States of Realities

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Traveling through translucent states of variables of reality we squander our wealth here on earth.

Precision and accuracy in our beliefs can pinpoint our state of being and allow us to stay centered.

We are not frail dried leaves blowing in the wind, we are anchored to All There Is, which is steadfast, sure and always at hand, for we are One.

We can focus our intention on where we wish to be, see it as where we already are and let the state envolop us.

When we begin to see what we wish for as already obtained it transforms future into now and now is the moment when everything is created.

Catching a Pinstriped Seal Dream

Morning Meds; 1 20 23 Entering a pool of clear water in a small flat boat past a large outcrop of stone that split the stream. The scenery was similar to the streams in south Missouri and the Smoky Mountains in the eastern U.S. To the south, stood a tall cliff with a ledge of stone shoreline at its base and large metal dock that could rotate towards the north to block the river feeding the pool. The fan blade shaped dock was running the length of the shoreline in an open position resting against the stone ledge. Maneuvering the small flat pontoon like boat past the stone in the stream and over to the northern edge of the pool, I told someone that I wanted to show them something. I tied a lightweight fishing line loaded with bait to the edge of the boat and readied myself to lower it into the water. The deep, clear deep pool was filled with fish as far as could see, many of them looking straight up towards the surface. Seeing a very large one I lowered the bait straight into its mouth. It didn’t fight or struggle, but just sucked it in and instead of fighting it swam up to the edge of the boat and jumped onto the deck. To my surprise it changed into a large pinstriped leopard seal.  Thin yellow stripes ran the length of its body and by its size I thought it was a Leopard Seal, but the markings were wrong. It hung there on the side of the boat half out of the water with its top half on the deck and its tail flippers still in the water. It smiled at me and with a slight jerk of its head it snapped the line. I felt bad that I had caught him with a hook. End of dream. Looking up seals they are considered in most cases to be a lucky creative sign. Yellow being the only thing in color, speaks of emotions.