A friend was telling me about Sylvia Browne’s latest book in which she writes about famous people and their lives in the spirit realm.
It mentioned how John Lennon and George Harrison had intended to work together to raise the consciousness of humanity through their music. It just so happened, that on this day my husband had put John Lennon’s cd in the car for me to listen to on our long drive.
On the way home by myself, I put in his cd and listened to Imagine. It brought me back many years ago when I was opening up my spiritual horizons and transitioning to a new phase of my life.
I loved my newfound desire to learn all I could about spirituality, metaphysics, and the healing arts, but at the time I didn’t have any friends who shared these interests. It was lonely at times.
One night I dreamt that John Lennon was singing Imagine. It was one of those vivid dreams that seemed very real. I woke up to Lennon’s voice in my head singing, “You may say that I’m a dreamer, but I’m not the only one. I hope some day you’ll join us, and the world will be as one.”
I felt so uplifted and encouraged to stay on my path and have faith in my new direction even though I did not see what lie ahead.
Further confirmation came later that week when I was rummaging through paper supplies at a local re-usable supply shop in Berkeley. Among the cards and papers I found a bookmark with an image of the earth and several children from around the world holding hands, with the words, We are One, underneath them.
It truly felt like a wonderful gift from Spirit and made me feel I wasn’t so alone in my waking dreams.
What are you imagining for yourself? What are your recurring daydreams? Know that these inner desires are for a reason and are directing you to your purpose.
Know that you are being guided, even if the road ahead seems unclear, or if you are at a crossroads in your life. Spirit will guide you, and your imagination is a powerful way to listen to your guidance.