Dragon’s Dreams

by Teri Leigh Teed

“Self Empowerment is the recognition that each individual must take responsibility for one’s life… Empowerment is igniting our inner potential.” ~ David Hulse

Facing ourselves is part of having a human experience. When we find someone or something is not to our liking, then it may be time to look within and see why that person or situation is unsettling to us.

Dragons have been a part of the human consciousness for centuries. Depending on the cultural setting, dragons can be seen as evil or good. It’s simply a matter of perspective.

Dreams are a wonderful opportunity to explore our subconscious and find out more about ourselves. Looking for answers in our dreams can help us with our waking moments.

The biggest revelation comes when we realize that we create our own realities. Claiming our own power is our birthright!

Experiencing all of our emotions is part of living on Earth, and is a great gift. What links us to music and Nature? Emotions! They are the bond of humanity, and so we can influence ourselves and those around us, yeah even the entire Universe by our thoughts and emotions.

There are only two main emotions here on Earth: fear and love. Choosing which one to rule us is our choice. Either way, it’s an experience and we can change our lives every moment.

Personally, I like dragons. To me, they are Lightworkers, too. And they bring their own flames!

“So you must not be frightened if a sadness rises up before you larger than any you have ever seen: if a restiveness, like light and cloud shadows, passes over your hands and over all you do. You must think that something is happening with you, that life has not forgotten you, that it holds you in it’s hand; it will not let you fall.” ~ Ranier Marie Wilke, Letters to a Young Poet

Featured Image, “Dragon’s Dreams”, fine art photography by Teri Leigh Teed

 

 

 

 

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