Messages from dreams for the new year (From Craig’s Jounal)

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I had a dream last night about a friend of mine who expressed anger and resentment towards me some time ago. We have not talked since. In the dream the friend was trying to call me but could not get through. So he tried calling my wife, trying to reach me and I got very upset. Then I woke up.

When I awakened I could not believe that I had this dream, and reacted in this way in the dream. I reacted just like he did in this waking dream, with anger and resentment. I had another dream the same night where I was in a fearful situation. When I awakened from this dream, once again I was surprised. I was surprised because my dreams are not usually of this nature.

Upon reflection, these dreams told me that I am still holding on to some things in my world that I need to let go of. It also told me that I am in some way focusing on things that I don’t want to occur and now having them show up in my dreams. So for 2016, I choose to let go of fears, anger and resentments, as I move forward into this world with more peace and love. I will remind myself of this more as I step up my meditations, and focus on the good in my world.

Craig Kimbrough
For Positive Guru Blog

Comments ( 2 )

  • User
    candidkay

    3 years ago

    Reply

    I’m currently in a Course in Miracles course where letting go of grievances is a main goal. Must be something in the air:). Good for you for doing on your own–it’s not always easy in practice! As I’m sure you know.

    1. User
      Craig Kimbrough and Meditative Zone

      3 years ago

      Reply

      Hello Kay and Thank you. I think you are right about something being in the air. I just read a blog this morning and found myself commenting on the same subject. She was asking her readers about being able to forgive, which also takes quite a bit of letting go. I have always felt like us spiritual and introspective people tend to have lesson lessons in common. Peace and Blessings

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