Following My Dreams by Natalie Weaver


July 4, 2018 by petrujviljoen

A reblog of an important subject regarding race and Christianity. Wasn’t it Kelly Brown Douglas who mentioned in a post: Racism is Anti-Christ?

Dreaming has always been a huge part of my life.  When I was a little girl, I would run to my mom in the morning, before I was even completely awake, and tell her what I had been dreaming,  It would seem very important, I mean, desperately, terribly important, to share whatever journey I had been on.

I would have repeating dreams; dreams with choose-your-own-adventure options; dreams with strange symbols and images and words.  I must have known that my dreams were valuable in a particular way to my waking mind, my manner of knowing, and even my concepts of reality because quite early on in my life I started to try to understand what dreaming actually was.  I remember getting a book called Far Journeys (or something like that) about lucid dreaming.  I remember learning about dream paralysis, which was a cause of great relief, since I occasionally experienced…

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4 thoughts on “Following My Dreams by Natalie Weaver

  1. Nan Mykel says:

    Unique and interesting. What a wise child she was.

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