Usually, when I have what I call Fear Dreams, I am the loser. I am running from something or someone that chases me. Often, I awaken crying, breathing hard and fast, terrified, upset, or all of these. The day begins overcast by dark shadows and grey dread.
This time, I was victorious in my dream! It was a dream within a dream, filled with weird animals and children and houses filling a jungle-like setting. It was full of day-residue. The monster in the dream was not human, but of animal nature, and it thought it had me, as I was small and seemed meek. But I tricked the leviathan at the last moment and, effused with power from within, let go my hidden strength to overcome it.
My dreams mirror my life, and in the events of the past few months of misery at school have been born some truly terrifying dreams. This one was a welcome change, and signifies the changes that have been made from within! Because I have had physical healing and rejuvenation, my mind and soul have begun their own path back toward empowerment, clarity, wisdom, and self-confidence. As my physical power has improved, so has my mental and emotional power increased.
All the benefits of my time at the ashram are manifesting both during the day and at now as I sleep!