Usually, I don’t make any New Year’s resolutions. But on January 1st, 2016, I had the following dream that showed me an important point for the coming year.
In the dream, I met a former colleague. He told me that he was a school teacher now.
“And when I went to visit some of these kids at home, they showed me their toys. Some of them have toy guns, you know, awful stuff! An absolute no-no. I cannot understand how parents can allow this.” He raised his eyebrows and added with self-righteous demeanor, “Of course, I have written about this in their report cards and lowered their grades.”
I cringed. Our son had such a toy. Should I tell him?
No. Too dangerous. I was afraid of his judgment. So, I kept my mouth shut, wished him a nice day, and went away.
In the next scene, I was sitting in some kind of small wagon on train tracks like they have in amusement parks and suddenly realized that there was a cheap bracelet on my left wrist, golden, with blue plastic flowers and red ladybugs. This was a bracelet I had when I was a young girl, maybe 6 years old. But how did this get onto my wrist? I knew that I had already thrown it away. Even more strange was the fact that it was wrapped in a transparent plastic foil as if it was new.
Then I woke up. Strange dream. What did it mean?
With the help of inner guidance, I settled on the following message.
If you hold back because you are afraid of judgment, you will regress in development back into a child’s stage.
Speak your truth!