Archive for: April 2009

Dream, Dream, Dream: A New Definition

Clients will often ask this question: Is this dream something I’m working on from my past? They’ll comment how obscure their dreams are.

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Dreams aren’t obscure. Our understanding of the dream is obscure. We feel puzzled and uncertain like we’re contending with an unsolved mystery. Dreams are precise in their own way, using their own special language: Symbolism.

Symbolism isn’t only in our dreams. It is a Universal Language, the language of intuition that can occur any moment — Soul-Speak. Dreaming is no longer confined to sleep or daytime activity. It’s moment-to-moment awareness.

I see dreams as a live feed of wisdom, ongoing communication with the Divine. Your dreams are your muse, life coach, Buddhist teacher, and built-in psychic, all in one. Read more

Defying Gravity: How To Stay Up in a Downturn World


/ Photo by moriza /
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Hello…I'm Back

Hi Everyone,

I know it’s been a while since I’ve made a blog post. The road’s been a bumpy one the past few months, but I’m back. Life is a series of returns 😉

Humbly,
Michele


/ Drawing by Shel Silverstein /

BAND-AIDS

I have a Band-Aid on my finger,
One on my knee, and one on my nose,
One on my heel, and two on my shoulder,
Three on my elbow, and nine on my toes.
Two on my wrist, and one on my ankle,
One on my chin, and one on my thigh,
Four on my belly, and five on my bottom,
One on my forehead, and one on my eye.
One on my neck, and in case I might need ’em
I have a box full of thirty-five more.
But oh! I do think it’s sort of a pity
I don’t have a cut or a sore!

~ by Shel Silverstein

— from Where the Sidewalk Ends