The Mighty Wind and Revision
The mighty wind of the spirit and revision. That was the theme of the dreams I’m about to share. those mysterious gateways to our inner world, often hold the keys to our deepest thoughts, fears, and desires. On the night of August 2, 2021, I embarked on a dream journey that unraveled the complexities of the mind and whispered profound insights. In this blog post, I will share the vivid recollections of these dreams and explore the layers of meaning they revealed.
In the first dream, I found myself in a dorm room or hotel room, accompanied by an unidentified companion. As we were shown our room by a gentleman, a peculiar detail caught my attention. The key remained in the lock even after he had unlocked the door. Inside, the room appeared ordinary, lacking extravagance. The presence of both a twin bed and a king-sized bed symbolized dual states of consciousness, and a recognition that the current state could be improved.
Upon reflecting on this dream, I was struck by the phrase, “You have the key, you have always held the key.” This insight resonated deeply, underscoring the concept of personal power and self-realization. I remember hearing and feeling the sound of wind, even prior to this dream. I wondered what it meant for the longest time.
In the second dream, a startling sequence of events unfolded. Amidst a building’s foyer, I observed people running and screaming. As I turned a corner, I encountered a formidable wind, sounding like a freight train, which caused enormous windows to shatter. The event, while ferocious, was also oddly calm, and I felt no fear. I sought refuge in a room, where I met others who had made the same decision. One brave individual ventured into the chaos. This dream brought forth a realization of the mighty wind as a symbol of the Spirit. It conveyed the message that even in the face of formidable challenges, one can remain unshaken.
In the third dream, I encountered an old man and a young girl conversing. Although they were strangers to each other, I recognized the girl from an article I had read. The dream revealed a vivid memory of reading the article, even though I couldn’t recall doing so in my waking hours. The significance of this dream remains elusive, yet it serves as a reminder of the intricacies of our subconscious, where memories and perceptions intertwine in mysterious ways.
In the fourth dream, I found myself in a cafeteria, seemingly unscathed by the chaos of the previous dream. I sought to order food and received an unexpected whisper from a waitress, suggesting that I could modify my sandwich. This quiet moment pointed to the concept of revision, the idea that we have the power to reshape our realities through imagination.
In the final dream, I was with my husband in a car, facing a situation that disrupted our plans. As he left for a brief meeting, he left me with a loving, passionate kiss, and the assurance that “me and you” would prevail. This dream radiated the power of love and connection, symbolizing the unwavering support we find in relationships during challenging moments.
Connecting the Threads of Meaning
As I reflected on these dreams, I noticed a common thread: the journey from the current state to a more desirable one. The mighty wind represents the Holy Spirit, guiding us through life’s challenges. The presence of two states of consciousness reveals the power of self-realization and the ability to improve our circumstances. The dream of reading an article suggests that the mind’s complexities extend beyond our waking hours, and the concept of revision reminds us of the transformative potential of our imagination.
These dreams are a testament to the power of self-discovery and transformation that resides within us. They beckon us to explore the depths of our subconscious and unlock the hidden keys to our true potential. In the silent tapestry of our dreams, we find glimpses of wisdom, hope, and the capacity to rise above adversity. I have had other experiences of the mighty wind that began prior to my awakening. At first, I did not understand but now I do. This mighty wind would start at one side and move through my skull with no beginning and no end.