This was a message to me from a guide on the flipside.
|The illusion of space and time. Me and Mom. 1959? Or now?|
Allow me to explain.
After my recent appearance on "Coast to Coast" I got an email from someone who had a profound dream about a topic that weighed heavily on his mind and wanted my opinion on it.
He called the Vision a "Grain of Sand."
"... one night, I had my vision. (A dream that's so real you would swear you are there. This is because you are.) The dream (which I will refer to as my “vision”) happened on a sandy beach.
On this beach, the sand was smooth and oh, so soft. The waves were gentle, and the clouds were few. A perfect day. I was there standing close to the edge where the water was washing over my feet when I realized that there was someone standing next to me.
I couldn't see him, but he was there. It was one of my Spirit Guides... (I think it was) my main Spirit Guide.
We enjoyed the sandy beach and the calm ocean together. The silence was so peaceful.
Then he turned and picked up a grain of sand and as he showed me the grain, he said, “This grain of sand is all you know, and this is all you will ever know!”
He put it down back where he found it. Wow....
The encounter left me crushed. I mean, I had this notion I learned everything. Boy, was I wrong. It jolted my ego. I woke up. Devastated that I understood nothing..."
|Hang on. Here I go.|
I wrote back to him and offered that sometimes we wake up to interpret a dream, but it may not have been what the person in the dream was trying to impart to us (subconscious aside). I offered that when he said "This is all you are" he may have meant something different than "the insignificance of a grain of sand." I suggested he "open himself up to the possibility" that he could communicate with his guide through the dream to ask him to be more precise about "what he meant."
I suggested he ask his guide some questions:
"The best way for you to understand the dream is to reach out to your guide and ask. Try to remember the dream as best you can in "real time." Look over at your guide... Look at this face. Is it old or young? What color is the hair, the eyes, the skin? Can you see what he's wearing? Just focus on him for a minute until you can actually see him.
It might be fuzzy or not clear - but you can get a clearer picture by asking questions. "How tall is he? Taller than me? If so, how can I see his face? or do I just hear him?" If you freeze the frame, try to look at him carefully.
Then reach out with your hand and take his hand in yours. What does that feel like? Describe the emotions you feel. Anything? Cold? Warm? Friend? Teacher? etc. Then try to take both hands. Look him in the eye. Thank him for showing up."
I then gave him a series of specific questions to ask which included "Specifically what did you mean by "I'm this grain of sand?"
I ended the email with "And tell him I said hello."
To which he replied:
"Wow! Thank you so much for the powerful lesson. I saw his face as I first read the email, and surprise, surprise, it wasn't who I thought it was in (my dream) "A Grain of Sand".... The saying "When the student is ready, the teacher will appear" is something I am saying to myself here as I feel the student. (Of course.)
|Sand all right. But on MARS. We tend to think of sand as only on earth. Mars sand.|
|Space? or all composed of the same energy?|
So let's start there.
|Love love. So very Zen.|
|Met Peter in Cannes. Felt like I've known him forever.|
|Time moving for Paul Tracey, me and Dave Patlak|
|Buddha of the "future"; Maitreya.|
|Luana on a wing.|
|Deep thoughts from Mt. Kailash|
|No space. No time. Enjoy.|