I had a dream on Friday and found my house on Sunday. Here is how it went.

In the first part of my dream I met a man who showed me a house with a room for rent. He was kind and I thought I could live there, although it was not entirely comfortable. It was night and I could smell the sea at a distance. Then he took me through a dark tunnel and into another house. This one was empty and I knew for sure I wanted to live there. The man told me there was no electricity in the house, but I didn’t care. There were six cherubs that played in the room with me. They had short curly white hair and I held them on my lap and against my heart. Then I woke up. 

On Saturday I drove to Ojai and looked at a room offered for rent by a gifted artist. I liked the woman and could have lived there, but in the end, was uncomfortable with the idea of living in another person’s house. I had arranged to see a studio, but it could not be viewed until the next day, so I needed to stay overnight. (The dark tunnel that led to the second house.)

When I arrived and saw the grounds and the studio, I knew I had found my home. The landlady told me there was no stove in the unit, only a microwave, (There is no electricity) but I didn’t care. I rented it anyway.  It’s a start, a classy place, even through its small.  

There is a sculpture garden in the back with small figures cast in white marble (my cherubs) and is only eight miles from the sea. I can not move in until September first, but have officially landed. Insert the Halleluiah Chorus here!  

Now that the house is established, I am waking with visions for my work, much needed creative ideas about putting more joy into the experience and less sense of duty. So there you go. I found my place – or was led to it. Things are happening here, good things, which I thought I’d better share right away, since my last post was a tad raw. Thanks to all of you who have given me encouragement through this trying time. It means a lot.

4 thoughts on “Dream Guidance

  1. Woo Hoo! Hallelujah chorus loud and clear here! Your courage and trust in this journey has been inspiring. But as I remind myself when I am feeling anxiety or fear or even terror heading into the unknown because of an inner compulsion…ultimately it’s even more uncomfortable to stay in the “safe” known when it’s just not right.

    Still holding the vision – tan, classy and rich. :o)
    Angela

  2. So many of us don’t pay attention to our dreams and the meaning. This is a lovely example and I appreciate your opening my eyes to how that process works. And hallelujah – so happy for you! You are on your way!

  3. Now that is divine! I am so happy for you! Can’t wait to see pictures of your new home! You have landed!

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