Dream – Light Up The World

by Shervin on January 15, 2010

Dreams are messages from our personal, collective, and/or the Divine subconscious to us. Personal dream messages that we receive may not initially be clear and sometimes may require practice to develop insight in understanding them. This is perhaps due to the encryption of messages (use of symbols) by the Divine to by-pass our ego’s filtering mechanism which is blinded to other realms of reality.

Dreams are one of the important tools mentioned in Tending to Your Garden Within that you can use to tend to your own garden within. It is an aid to connect with Spirit or higher Self and utilize the messages received to know self, and to create a more beautiful garden within.

It is important that we document, understand, and honor our dreams.

Documenting a dream is as simple as writing down our dream as soon as soon as we awaken.

Understanding our dreams may take time at first, until we get familiar with the meaning of the symbols in our dreams. Sometimes, to better understand a dream, I share my dreams in a dream group and listen to the feedback of other group members as “if it was their dream”. I then accept those potential meanings that resonant within me.

Honoring a dream is doing something meaningful to acknowledge and thank the Universe for the dream. It could be a reminder by your desk, displaying a picture of a flower that brings back a memory of the dream, or a call to your friend.

I had a dream several months ago which I would like to honor by sharing with you. I believe it has a message for every reader.

Light Up the World

Light matches with your heart.

Even though
a match may not have much light.

Light matches with your love.

Make the world a little brighter.

Light matches with your heart.

Light matches with your soul.

Sooner or later a spark will ignite something combustive.

See the swift moving fireball
surfing over the big body of water.

Be the source of fantastic fireballs
engulfing unstable structures
built on fear and greed.

Copyright @ 2010 by Shervin Hojat

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