One afternoon after taking a small nap, I woke up from a clear dream that I was able to understand almost immediately.
In the dream I saw an image from the Olympics – a group of athletes sprinting towards the finish line. There seemed to be nothing special about it, but then I saw particular details of the view, as if watching them through a magnifying glass. There was one athlete who was using dishonest means to finish first.
Then my attention was moved to a different track where another group of athletes were sprinting. I saw an athlete from my country. They finished first before all others. Then there was another round and that athlete again finished first. Again, as if watching through a magnifying glass I saw the face of that athlete, and it gave me an understanding that they had a strong character. There was a third round and again that athlete finished the cross line first. I knew there will be more to rounds to come.
Deciphering the Meaning
At this point I woke up from the dream. As I opened my eyes, I automatically thought “What was that? I never watch the Olympics.” But the vivid memory of the dream made me realize there was more to this dream and I needed to pay attention. I released my thoughts immediately and held onto the feeling of the dream. I tried to feel with my heart what the meaning was.
And in a few seconds the answer came as pieces of knowledge attached to the different images from the dream, whole and yet detailed. I understood that the dream was telling me about my attempts to change inwardly (such as bad habits, reactions, compulsive thoughts, etc.), as I was applying the techniques from Belsebuub’s work.
It showed me that the ego states will use whatever tricks they can to gain victory over me. And I need to have focus, determination, and internal vigor. Most of all I need to want that change and be ready to pursue it, just like an athlete pursues victory. And this style of work is needed for every day, every event, every period.