The reliving of dreams, my dreams. That’s what I want to spend more time on. My blog ‘The Grey (Blue) Heron’ is also about making dreams come true. With the heron as the symbol of intuition. And a feather that asks for attention. The feathers keep appearing. They remind me that I relive my dreams and have to trust my intuition.
Intuition as compass
A few weeks ago I was in the library. I wanted to lend a book, but I had no idea what I wanted to read about. Until I saw ‘The Intuitive Way’ by Penney Peirce. While I was reading this book in my garden, a white feather blew in my direction. I picked it up and put it in my book as a bookmarker. Suddenly I realised that there were no less than 30 feathers on the cover; 15 on the front and another 15 on the back! The feathers point as arrows to ‘The Intuitive Way; The Definitive Guide to Increasing Your Awareness’.
Make your dreams come true
Intuitively you know exactly which dreams you want to make true. What is your biggest wish from which you get energy? And with what can you be meaningful for others and show the best of yourself? If you focus yourself on it, meaningful coïncidence will come to you naturally. It confirms that you’re on the right path or helps you even further.
Today I suddenly realised that Indians make dreamcatchers. They hang these above their beds to catch and hold good ideas and dreams. A dreamcatcher consists of a ring with on the inside a cobweb, decorated with feathers(!). That’s probably no coïncidence either.