Click Audio Player to play “Grandmother on Aiming Your Energy Toward ‘What Is My Dream?’” Recorded/Posted 4-30-20, 5 minutes, 37 seconds.
I would like you to consider at this time, to meditate upon: “What Is My Dream?” I would like you to consider writing down each day, in a journal or notebook, and it is important that you write this by hand as quickly upon waking as you can -- any dream which has come to you, in terms of your dream senses.
That is to say, there is a certain story, there are certain sensory memories from dreams, and if you try to write those down and make a habit of it, your dream memory will come to you. Dreams can be very powerful in re-casting your identity and your daily life beyond what you might think.
The second part of this, as a kind of higher dimensional mental exercise, is to be willing to write down, “What is my dream?"
In fact, you might call this “A Dream of the Day,” every day. Even if it is one small dream.
(This is meant as “dreams of wonderful things” you would like and not a something experienced during sleep…)
Now, the use of the word “dream” is very powerful in societies of human consciousness, the writing down or drawing of a dream – “What is my dream?” -- can change the vibrational reality of group co-creative consciousness on a Planet. (It is interesting to think that this might apply to writing down sleeping dreams as well as dreams for your life, written down every day…)
You are also living poised at the beginning of a “space mission” as a planet. All countries are considering traveling to other planets. This is a strong identity and awareness and has been a dream of humankind on Earth for a long time in terms of planetary societal awareness.
You have always had this capability and these contacts, but with global communication through your internet -- and there is also an interplanetary internet – you can now think of this and meditate on it as a group of billions of human consciousnesses on Earth.
But I would like you to put at the forefront of this visioning, the word and the concept of the “Dream.”
There is something about the vibrational life-long education of the concept of Dreams, which reverberates in your body as well as in your spirit, and it can carry you to new places, even to new health.
Believe me, if you begin to focus on “What is my Dream?” – your health will change. It is very difficult to keep being supportive of a lifestyle of “unhealth” when you are greatly focused on your Dream! Because you will consciously and unconsciously begin to work toward being healthy in order to have your Dreams and to think happily upon them.
Another aspect of this is to encourage others to do this. To, as part of your asking how people are each day and reaching out to them, to think to ask “What is your dream? How might I help you?”
Dreams can be very contagious. And when you find a time on the planet when there is a pause, a halt to “business as usual”, there is this tremendous energy build up in the isolation and the stoppage. And it wants somewhere to go!
So, if you would like to become very, very powerful in your transformation, every day, start to aim that energy toward “What is my Dream?” Meditating on your dream, drawing your dream, singing your dream, dancing your dream: This will change you and the planet. Try this!
“What Is Your Dream?”
With great love for you and with astonishment at what might be possible for you in the future on planet Earth, I am Grandmother from Another Planet.
-- Grandmother from Another Planet
“A dream you dream alone is only a dream. A dream you dream together is reality.”― John Lennon
“Throw your dreams into space like a kite, and you do not know what it will bring back, a new life, a new friend, a new love, a new country.” ― Anais Nin
“It takes a lot of courage to show your dreams to someone else.” ― Erma Bombeck