Category Archives: Dreaming

A Dialogue with Eileen Meyer

My last blog post was deemed ‘false’ by Fbk when I posted it to my Cycles of Healing Fbk page! So, not many got to see it. I was really bummed at first, but then realized what a complement it was! I really dislike Fbk, and now even more, as the suppression of personal experience and opinion continues. I never flaunt my writings as true, but they are my true personal experience. It is odd to me that personal  experience or opinion could be viewed as true or false. It’s just opinion or experience. Never mind…..

When I got to Virginia, I was going to order my go-to herbs that have always worked miracles for me. Neither of my usual two places to order were selling any more – too many orders, and they didn’t have the woman power to manage. Then I remembered Tina Perrone in West Virginia from whom I’d gotten some items in the past. Yes! She is still open for cyber business. If you need any herbal supplies do try her. She is trying to make ends meet through a trickle of online orders as her store is, of course, closed down. Check with her to see if she has what you need:

I also want to mention that, because my site is free, there are dumb, inappropriate ads that show up. This has nothing to do with me and I do not get a kick-back from them. Just so you know….

Yesterday, March 27, I had a delightful dialogue with Eileen Meyer for her “Evolution of an Experiencer” series. I enjoyed myself very much, and we both seemed to have a very good time. It is 55 minutes long. Please check out Eileen’s website, Koyopa Rising, for more about her, her work, and more wonderful videos.

Wishing you all good health, clarity of mind, and the strength to change for the good of All Our Relations!

Musings on Dreams and Dreaming

"Tiger Tiger burning bright…" watercolor on paper; approx 15 x 20; by Zuzanna Vee

“Tyger Tyger burning bright…” watercolor on paper; approx 15 x 20; by Zuzanna Vee

[Dreaming] is no mean art: for its sake one must stay awake all day. ~Friedrich Nietzsche

I was looking for a quote about dreams to start this article off. The only ones I found with the search word ‘dream’ in it were about accomplishing goals. I think that says a lot about how much we don’t value sleeping dreams. I settled on the quote by Nietzshe and substituted ‘dreaming’ for his word ‘sleeping’.

I have been noticing and recording my dreams since I was 10 years old. It began with a recurring dream that was very uplifting and left me horribly sad on walking, discovering I was back in my ‘other’ life. This event began my conscious investigations and ruminations that dreams meant something more than an entertaining interlude between waking and waking. As our everyday ordinary reality is important in that our interactions in the world directly affect and reflect our developing maturity and ultimately our emerging spirit, I felt our dream lives must be important too. Continue reading