Your life is a dream, a movie you dreamed up. What kind of movie and character in that life movie have you dreamed? What kind of dreamer are you? Which one are you most of the time?
This is part 3 of a series and the third movement around the medicine wheel written by our late Nagual Elder, Thunder Strikes with Jan Orsi.
To the west we go!
These are the “dreamers” who daydream a lot. They dream small dreams, safe dreams, but still very much inside a very structured small box. Their low measure of self-worth keeps their dreams small and a low ceiling on their expectations. They are often victims of stress and do not deal well with change, thus settling for good enough. They daydream of what could be but don’t enlist the discipline, commitment, follow-through and dedication to make it happen. If they can break out of the box, they can achieve much more and star in their life movie. For those who understand SMSD teachings on blocks, the block in the west is doubt.
Reflect on your life. Are you a daydreamer most of the time, some of the time or none of the time?