A couple of days ago, I had another flying dream. This time I was flying with Seth. We were lifting off, and the acceleration was profound and exhilarating. I was still his mom, but he was older. Full grown. A healthy vital young man. We had deep love and respect for each other.
I've had at least one other flying dream that I remember. The most recent dream was inspired, I'm sure, by the book I was reading, a novel filled with suspense, about a couple who masters unassisted human flight. Their new ability takes them on quite an adventure, weaving Law of Attraction concepts throughout. See why me likey so much? John and Jeanie Fly is also a love story about two people who found each other later in life(not elderly, but after previous relationships, children, etc.) and use Law of Attraction principles to maintain the balance of their current relationship and their lives.
If you like Richard Bach's stuff, (Johnathan Livingston Seagull), or The Celestine Prophecy, you might enjoy it.
This is the author's website. I especially enjoyed reading his "About the Book" section and his decision to self publish. I plan on staying tuned to see where this goes. The Abraham-Hicks books have been one best seller after another. It isn't like there isn't a market for this stuff. The publishing industry seems kind of broken or at least in transition. At the Omega writing workshop I went to recently, one of the commercially successful and published panelists made a point that while the baby boomers are the big readers, she was shocked to discover most industry decisions are being made by a bunch of people in their twenties and thirties. There is a disconnect. There has to be another way.
It may not be by conventional means, but I believe John and Jeanie Fly, will fly.
In the meantime, I wonder if I can figure out where I was in the book the night I had that dream? Maybe if I read it again, I'll have another flying adventure in my sleep?
Do any of you fly in your dreams? I'd love to hear about it.
I'm off to bed. Wish me luck.