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February 2016

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Happy Pisces everyone! I could ask where does the time go, but at this point it would be redundant. I had planned to write the next installment of Colonodyssey, but this dream I recorded takes precedence.

I recently purchased a new journal. I do most of my writing these days here on my blog, but felt the need to resume a private journaling practice. My old journal was filled and I found this cool owl decorated replacement. By the way, I am keeping Owl, Deer, and Tiger as continuing totems. Owl has clearly been more prominent of late, but I had one in – person multiple deer sighting recently, and tiger is appearing more online and on TV, etc.

In any case, this gorgeous journal is enticing me to write more, which includes dream documentation. I will admit my dream recording is quite sporadic at best. However, what I am about to share has convinced me it really is in my ( and everyone’s) best interest to record as many dreams as you remember.

Now to the entry:

1-16-16 or 1-17-16

Mom’s Easter Birthday Party

Mom tells me we are invited to a huge ( 19 people) dinner at Ann’s house. This will take place the night before Easter. Easter is my mom’s birthday ( in real life her birthday is in April.  Occasionally it will fall on Easter.) She wants me to take off work. I am unsure of this.  I could call out sick, but did not want to do so.  I tell her I could take a Vacation Day off but better take care of this now because everyone will want the day off. I ask Mom how old she is. It was not a major birthday. I was unsure why we were having a major gathering for a routine birthday. (This dream takes place in present time.)

I then question my mom about Ann. ” Doesn’t she have Alzheimer’s?”  My mom replies ” No, she’s fine.” I am thinking to myself that my mom is in denial.

I call my mom upon admittance to the hospital on February 10th. She tells me that Ann, one of her best friends, had just passed away. She died from Alzheimer’s disease. Apparently Ann’s birthday was January 25th and she died on February 1st. I did not know when Ann’s birthday was, nor was I aware of her passing. I was aware of her condition but I have not seen her in decades, nor have I thought of her recently. I do not recall ever dreaming about her. She does not materialize in the dream but I do recall seeing her house where the dinner was to take place. Now I am wondering if that was the location of the post – funeral gathering. Apparently Ann and her husband recently relocated back to New Jersey and the funeral took place there. My mother did attend the service and told me she saw many of her relatives. I did spend time with Ann’s children and step children while I was growing up. I was fond of both Ann and her daughters who were a bit older than me.

I seem to be more clairvoyant and clairsentient of late, with a trifle clairaudience and telepathy thrown in for good measure. I have become incredibly tied into the synchronicity flow, but less psychic. I typically become psychic on demand if I am reading someone, but otherwise those abilities have appeared to dissipate. So imagine my surprise when I came upon this entry just a few days ago. My mind was blown. The dream happened just a few days before Ann’s birthday and subsequent passing.

I do not celebrate Easter, but know it is the day of Christ’s resurrection. So interesting that the day before Easter was highlighted in my dream. This clearly seems linked to Ann’s transition.

According to my research, the Ancients called 19 the ‘Number of Surrender’ as your life needs to link up with the Universal Life. Not exactly an easy number, number 1 represents ‘new beginnings’ and number 9 represents ‘endings’. When number 19s have determination to erase past mistakes they then develop their true Spiritual character with unshakable faith and a philosophy that will sustain them. 19 / 10 / 1 relates to an experience you have chosen on your path that cannot be avoided. It gives you an opportunity to stand on your own two feet and says that you will need all of the positive traits of 1 through to 9 to get through the experience.

It appears that 19 could be linked with my relapse and Ann’s passing. I can see the significance of this number in my dream scenario. It is also interesting that I did not want to take a sick day. Clearly I did not want to become ill again. Yet it appears that both my relapse and Ann’s passing were inevitable.

The takeaway ~ You never, never, know what your dreams will show you. I recently was telling someone about how dreams can take on different meanings over time. I have been able to identify that current lovers were actually forecasted in past dream sequences. In some cases, there was a significant gap between the dream and the manifestation. I am aware intellectually that time and space are just constructs, but it never fails to surprise me when I discover that I have accessed the future.

If you would like to read about some more dreamy goodness, check out this series from last year.

Want to learn how to make sense of your dreams and/or how to increase recall? Check out my Services page for the details.


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21 comments on “Dreamwork Works!

  1. Michael says:

    Dreams are definitely worthwhile to monitor. This is encouraging me to keep a journal again. I remember something I liked about it was the way it seemed to tie the waking and the dreaming worlds closer together. It gives a feeling of greater fullness to our experience of ourselves, almost like it cements the realization there is more to who we are than we know from the narrow view of our waking experience.


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    1. litebeing says:

      Yes Michael,
      Get out that old dream journal and dust it off. This pre cognitive dream was oh so subtle that without recording it in my journal I would not have given it a second thought afterwards.
      Often what is subtle can go unnoticed. But in dreams sometimes the dramatic has less to show us than the seemingly mundane. I so agree that there is so much more out there and in here.

      peace, Linda

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  2. Hi Linda,
    What a fascinating post! I think I’d like to re-read it, during another break of mine 😉 Journaling is so important, and this is active dream time for us both. Coincidentally, I have two owl coffee mugs. I see you wrote a new post too! Excellent!
    Much Love, Ka

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    1. litebeing says:

      Sure, give it a re-read when time permits. Woohoo to the Owls. I went to Temple and the Owls are their mascot. Owl power 🙂

      love to you,

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  3. Mmmm, lovely Linda. And the art selections, too, as always. It’s really amazing when the precog dreams unfold, or we receive visitations from those who’ve passed or are about to, etc. Amazing, particularly when you review and see the insights jotted in your journal! Very cool about the owl, too, by the way. Happy journaling! xoxo Jamie

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    1. litebeing says:

      Hey Jamie,
      Thanks for the kind words. I only reviewed a few pages back, but enough to find this gem. I am thinking I should jot down last nights entries. Who knows what’s in store?

      Do you have particular totems? The Owl really seems to be attached to me. Guess that’s why I am a lifelong niteowl, lol!

      ❤ Linda


    2. litebeing says:

      Thank you Jamie. Isn’t the art gorgeous? I relish perusing the web for entrancing free domain images 🙂 I think a journaling practice can really help solidify recall and ability to interpret consistently.
      Owls rock, I definitely concur.

      love, Linda


  4. ptero9 says:

    Love your new look Linda. Great dream post too.

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    1. litebeing says:

      Hi Deb, I have missed you so much on WP! So glad you enjoyed the dream.


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  5. Interesting dream, Linda. You had a dream premonition about Ann’s death, undoubtedly, with lots of symbolism to support it.

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    1. litebeing says:

      Appreciate the validation Bev. These rare precognitive death dreams, my second and counting, still shake me to the core.

      Liked by 1 person

  6. John Jr says:

    Hello Litebeing,

    You did a good job breaking down parts of the dream and sharing extra details of the connections with your real life, and I agree that we usually do not know what our dreams will show us; which is one of the many things that I like about dreams. 🙂

    -John Jr

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    1. litebeing says:

      Hi John Jr,
      Thank you for visiting and commenting about my post. I appreciate the feedback and hope you will return to read more blogs.

      peace, litebeing

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      1. John Jr says:

        Hello Litebeing,

        You are welcome, and thank you for replying. 🙂

        I imagine that I will, I follow the Dream Journal tag in the Reader, and so I look in my Reader sometimes to see what posts on have been published with the Dream Journal tag; and I read some of those posts.

        There are not that many of us dream bloggers out there, and so it is nice to find other dream bloggers out there sometimes.

        Unfortunately in my experiences over the years most dream bloggers seem to keep to themselves (rarely responding to comments and some never even allow the comments that you make, and they almost never if ever comment on the blogs of those who comment on theirs) so I have not noticed much or any support among dream bloggers to comment on each others dreams and blogs, but I still try to reach out to others sometimes anyway and read and like and comment on some of their dreams and blogs and other posts and pages.

        Good luck,
        -John Jr

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      2. litebeing says:

        I will check out your blog. My blog is about my spiritual awakening journey, not exclusively dreams. Sorry to hear of your experiences. I promise you if check out some of the blogs I follow you will find a diverse and welcoming community. peace to you

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      3. John Jr says:

        My blog is also not just about dreams either, though there have been periods where it was, but recently I started experimenting with doing Daily Prompts from The Daily Post every day along with my daily dream posts. 😉

        I imagine so, I have noticed more supportive communities on compared to the dream blogging community, I just find it interesting how unsupportive that community is compared to many others.

        But that is just an observation, and it does not bother me too much because I enjoy things to be a bit more quiet.

        Thank you Litebeing. 🙂

        -John Jr

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  7. Karin says:

    Fascinating! The dream seemed to be connected to her passing. Also interesting with the number 19 as beginning and ending.
    Journaling is important, for me, too. It is often interesting to connect the dots in retrospect.
    And your clairvoyant and clairsentient abilities become stronger. That is cool. You are really connected to the flow.

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    1. litebeing says:

      Hi Karin, This one really blew me away because she is not in my life and not consciously on my mind. Just found out her birthday was 1/25, just a week after my dream. She died on Feb. 1st, about 1 week later. Sometimes I disregard dreams as boring or repetitive and I cast them aside. There is so so so much all around us always. Very little gets through, but when it does…. hugs, Linda

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  8. It is good that you are keeping check within your journal your dreams.. and that new journal sounds as if its calling you to write within its pages.. 🙂 and Love your animal totems..
    Amazing how all of that ties in with Ann’s passing and fascinating about the numbers ..
    I know my own dreams have been going right back into the past of my working career recently as I meet up with old friends yet in the present.. I am back working the machines sewing and stitching.. ( came to some conclusions as to this ) I really need a new journal too.. as I have scraps of paper in a draw I write the memorable dreams in… Then throw away.. So its pretty cool to go back like you have and looked again at past dreams..

    Great Post Linda.. and I enjoyed it loads.. 🙂

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    1. litebeing says:

      Whenever I read your comments I get this clear sense of validation. I trust you know me well and have years of experience with mediumship etc.. So lucky to have friends here on WP like you and many others who help reinforce my findings. I am also big on using scraps of paper or random pages in notebooks. Then I lose track and forget what is where! Journals that are devoted to musings and dreams is the best system for me.

      So glad you enjoyed this post.



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