A fire burning deep inside
What is old and no longer needed
Burns and makes way for the new to unfold
Discard the old tired stories
Layers of belief
Piled higher than trees
Tear off a layer
Like sheets of paper
Writings left by an injured heart
But the SOUL does SEE
And the truth shall be unveiled
High above the Heavens
And Angels will sing in perfect harmony
And a light will burst forth
And cover the land with perfect LOVE!
Hello friends! I’ve been so busy while I have been away, and I miss you all! I’ve got lots of fires burning and I have decided to view that as a good thing.
I had a very disturbing dream the other night. I dreamt that I committed suicide! It was so real. There were many people I knew in the dream and some of them acted in ways that were surprising. The rest acted just as they do in real life. I remember thinking, “I am perfectly fine and willing to just let this go!”
I woke in the morning and I was completely off-kilter. I looked up the meaning of the dream and I was so grateful to find the following site, Jeremytaylor.com, which said, “the dream of ‘suicide’ is one of the most positive dreams a person in recovery from addictive behavior can have.”
My addictive behavior (at the moment 😉 ) surrounds my co-dependent tendencies that are amplified exponentially by my boundary challenged empathic woes.
There was much in the article that assuaged my anxiety I felt for taking my life in the dream. I felt particularly hopeful to view it symbolically; to know that I am willing to end the parts of ME that don’t serve my higher good.
There were, of course, other articles that did not have the same kind message. Faced with the decision of which article I would align my beliefs, I chose the one that lifted me higher and gave me reason to rejoice such a disturbing event.
It made me realize how easy it is to make a choice to believe something that makes me feel better, instead of believing the worst possible thing!
Please know that I have been personally touched by suicide, and I do not take it lightly!
If you or someone you know is struggling with thoughts of suicide, the SUICIDE PREVENTION LIFELINE telephone number in the U.S. is 800-273-8255 and HERE IS THE LINK TO THEIR WEBSITE.
For a list of suicide crisis lines in other countries CLICK HERE
And if you feel like you could just use a little help with a circumstance in your life, visit the NEWLY REVAMPED ASK PAGE HERE.
I wish you all Sweet Blessings ❤