We are in a time of decision, about whether we resist the evil which is about to be thrust upon us, or acquiesce. If we resist, there will be a great conflict, and a great amount of damage inflicted to our country by resisting. This act of resisting, r
I wanted to let you know about a dream I had the night after Christmas, and a staggering synchronicity that just occurred a half hour ago.
In the dream, I was standing in front of a crosswalk at a city intersection. I turned around and an unknown man of Hispanic or Middle Eastern descent dressed in a nice maroon dress shirt stabbed me with a knife in my abdomen, lateral to my bellybutton. I wasn’t alarmed, or scared, nor did I respond to my attacker with force. There was more to the dream but I’ll cover that after I touch on why I’m writing.
So I get into a conversation a half hour ago with a friend who has very frequent, vivid dreams and remembers them for a very long time. I told her my dream and she looked up what being stabbed means in a dream:
“To dream that you have been stabbed signifies your struggle with power. You are experiencing feelings of inadequacy and defensiveness. Alternatively, the dream suggests that you are feeling betrayed as reflected by the popular phrase, "being stabbed in the back".
Now here’s the kicker- My friend sent me a text message about a dream just before I called her. It read, “I can’t remember who stabbed me, a male character no doubt, as has been the norm. But I remember standing on a sidewalk in a city and being stabbed in my front side.” JUST LIKE MY DREAM. That’s why I called her to discuss our shared dream.
Steve, I thought the dream was just a strange occurrence and nothing more until my friend read that description and it hit me like a brick. I’m definitely feeling like I’m being attacked on an emotional and spiritual level, and I’m in a defensive position. I feel like we are going through a massive betrayal. I have been fighting in my head with the ramifications of looming gun confiscations, Feinstein’s AWB, and the potential to make me and millions of other law-abiding gun owners instant criminals, and possibly pushing us into a hot war. That is my struggle with power. Do I resist, do I acquiesce?
Obviously I resist, because in my dream I remember asking myself, “Do I pull out the knife? Do I not pull out the knife?” Several times I asked myself this question before finally withdrawing the knife. I looked at the knife and lamented it being serrated its entire length, which did additional damage upon removal. I looked down at the wound and could see it was quite large, but not causing severe pain, or fear, or panic. I could see the layers of skin separated, a layer of subcutaneous fat, abdominal muscle, intestines, etc. Still, after removing the knife and looking at the wound, I remember using my hands and hold the would closed so it could heal or at least not get any worse.
This dream and revelation has taught me one thing- We are in a time of decision, about whether we resist the evil which is about to be thrust upon us, or acquiesce. If we resist, there will be a great conflict, and a great amount of damage inflicted to our country by resisting. This act of resisting, removing the knife, is the only way we can heal.
Dec 28, 2012