18 April 2017 A “show me” Dream (internal conflict), Edgar Cayce and Spotlight on Earth Day (Daily Good feature article)

Good evening to you.  I hope this finds you well wherever and whenever you are in this timeline we are sharing at this moment.  I am doing o.k. and am grateful for everything my life is.  When I look at just my life in contrast to so many others, I am blessed…period.  I haven’t been spending as much time out with the God of my understanding with this wacky nightshift business we are on.  With the recent rains have come the biting bitches….mosquitos.  The one insect in all of creation I haven’t been able to work out a peace treaty with just yet!  The other night one had landed on me and was gorging itself to the point when I noticed it and squashed it, blood splatter everywhere!  I know they are a great protein source for the birds and other insects that eat them, but man!

So anyways I had trouble getting to sleep last night.  I sat and talked to whomever was listening and realized how passive aggressive my prayer time can be!  My two natures definitely come out!  The part of me that would wage battle against every injustice (essentially stoop to my lesser natures of my “mad dog”) and the part of me that realizes I can only do my part and have little control over much at all.  The part of me that knows love and forgiveness are the only lasting solutions to the problems that plague me and much of the world today.   So I asked to be shown, to have a dream I wouldn’t forget that could help me understand what is going on with me and may be the world right now.

It was about 4 am or so when Kyle woke me from this dream.

The dream at first seemed like a lesbian lover’s quarrel!  These two women were just going at it!  One of them was the aggressor and the other was trying to run away.  At one point the aggressor had blocked every way the other could use to escape by using in the car in the dream.  They even locked the woman in the car without her keys.  She yelled at the other woman, “YOU ARE SO MEAN!”  The woman being attacked was finally able to get away but not without the aggressor trying to stop her by grabbing on to the car’s door handle and even smearing lipstick on her pants as she drove away!

I was deep into this when Kyle called to tell me he was on his way home.  I could barely speak to him as I felt like I was still in the dream.   When my head cleared I realized this dream was in answer to my request before I had gone to sleep….a “show me” dream.  The two women represented the two sides of me and the internal conflict I have experienced most of my life with regards to my dark and light natures.  The car was a metaphor for my body these two natures duel each other to possess.  What I have learned is that true peace must begin within ourselves in order to manifest in the world we live in.  Apparently I’m not there yet!  This must be my every moments goal I think because more than anything I want to live in a world of peace and love!  That’s all I’ve ever wanted.

Edgar Cayce: https://www.edgarcayce.org/ – this is a person I’ve know about for a long time but haven’t truly explored or read in detail about his life and gifts.  Finding a quote from him for this blog has sparked my curiosity about him again!

https://www.youtube.com/user/edgarcaycetv – You tube channel if you are interested

About Edgar Cayce

Edgar Cayce (1877-1945) has been called the “sleeping prophet,” the “father of holistic medicine,” and the most documented psychic of the 20th century. Cayce was born on a farm in Hopkinsville, Kentucky, in 1877, and his psychic abilities began to appear as early as his childhood. As an adult, Cayce would put himself into a state of meditation, connecting with the universal consciousness and from this state, came his “readings”. From holistic health and the treatment of illness to dream interpretation and reincarnation, Cayce’s readings and insights offer practical help and advice to individuals from all walks of life, even today.

The Daily Good feature for today in honor of Earth Day that is this Saturday.  For me, everyday is Earth Day! 


The Earth is what we all have in common.
Wendell Berry

Spotlight on Earth Day

Spotlight on Earth DayApr 18, 2017— Since its inception in 1970, Earth Day marks a global celebration of Earth and the concept of peace. It presents an opportunity to demonstrate support for environmental protection. From lush rain forests to arid deserts, thundering waterfalls to serene ponds, majestic glaciers to craggy mountains and teeming coral reefs, Earth is a complex, interconnected planet, filled with diversity and abundance. New species continue to be discovered, and the relationships among species and ecosystems are increasingly revealed in our understanding as intricate and inextricably linked. To be tenants of Planet Earth is a cause for gratitude, but we also have responsibilities to maintain and protect our planet for each other and for future generations. In this Spotlight on Earth Day, we take a look back at prior DailyGood features and offer some suggestions of how you can support and celebrate this planet we all call home.



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