Oh Moon…..

Everything must run it’s course I know but geez….this super blue blood moon has been kicking my butt for the last month…. Mountain Woman posted this on her Facebook page. I don’t usually click on videos and I’m not sure why I did this time but it made me laugh out loud. It is so true…..


Last night I had the weirdest dream ever and I have had some doozies. I walked down into the basement and my boss and my dead mother were cleaning it out. By cleaning it out I mean getting rid of my stuff. I started freaking out “where is all of my stuff?” They just kept working and paid me no mind. I went outside looking for my stuff and while I didn’t find my stuff Bella was there. She was the dog that I had to get rid of because she kept busting out and was running across busy roads. That was a little out of left field? Next I looked in the garage and everything was neatly stacked on the sides and more of my stuff was gone. I again starting freaking out “where’s my stuff?”

There wasn’t much more to it? It stuck with me all day though…I get the part that I am drowning in “stuff” which is why I am trying to use it or lose it and I have lots to put on eBay. It’s hard to do anything when SAD is taking over.  I also get that on a bigger level, I need to let a lot of old emotional “stuff” go.  Why the heck was my boss in the dream? I was telling mountain Woman about it and she had a different take on it.  

She said “Lol! Perhaps he’s just holding the male space for you. It sounds Kundalini inspired.Everyone’s is very active right now and on the rise. Maybe the dog represents that getting rid of stuff is hard but ultimately the best and safest practice.”

I would have never guessed any of that? My only experience with Kundalini was after Reiki 1 when things got really freaky. That was a rough patch for sure and I have come a long way since then. I think a lot of people are having stranger than normal dreams right now. I am hoping for less intense ones tonight…..Zia


About dragonflyzia

I am just a woman finally accepting that I was never meant to be in the box. I don't fit into any stereotypes, please don't try and label me, that doesn't work either. I am embracing my uniqueness in ways that are new and challenging to me, so that I may continue to grow and never stop learning.
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