Last night I woke up from a deep sleep feeling like heaven just touched me.
While dreaming I caught some of my closest friends in their moments of solitude. I watched one of them reflect on a full life cycle as she decided to get married. Another feeling so grateful for the important work she had accomplished and realized it was time to take a break.
Many such moments were observed, and it was beautiful to see each friend reflect and unravel truth, whether it was due to joy or struggle, with a new sense of acceptance and wonder – a lightness.
One friend in particular, who we’ll refer to as “Beck,” sensed my presence, and drew me close to explain how he has lost that “fire” inside, and the willpower that he recognized as fuel all his life to draw and function from had disappeared.
“I was not sure if he was talking to me on the phone or mentally, but the response from me, was also to me.” Immediately I noticed that his “fire” was not gone, it just seemed that way to him, when in fact it was shifting and flipping on itself into a new dimension he had not yet tasted, thus seemingly disappearing. To me, this was obvious exciting news. Still I had nothing to say until I opened my mouth and surprised myself with words.
Beck is one of the most impressive men I’ve ever met – all struggle is minute to him, and he has found many ways to always feel healthy and happy always. Nothing bothers this guy, and he’s one of the few people I feel will never need my help or guidance as he’s got it all figured out beautifully for himself.
I woke up from the dream still feeling fully in conversation with him. I didn’t understand the thoughts I was trying to complete and share with Beck in the dream, and they were still running through my head so I grabbed a pen, rolled onto my side and started writing.
The below is what I shared with Beck.