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Dream Derailer #8a: Failure to Respect Our Visions as Sacred

February 26, 2011

Visions Are Sneak Previews of Reality

Okay, you’ve prayed, wished, and hoped for something that would give your life meaning and certitude, and now you’ve experienced “that something” in a vision.  You see it in your mind’s eye, but it is not yet real.  You wonder if it is just a vain longing or if it is truly possible to achieve.  You want to believe it is possible, but you find yourself doubting and second-guessing yourself.

How much do you value and respect your dreams and visions?

When we respect something, we don’t take it for granted.  Have you ever thought about where a vision comes from? Humans have always held things as valuable that are rare and precious.  And, what could be more precious than getting a sneak preview of your future potential and possibilities?  We should feel honored to even receive a vision.  Visions come from another realm and because of that should be treated as sacred, for if they were from this realm, they would be visible now.  Our visions are a panoramic guide to show us what is ordained for us, for if we see it, it should make it easier for us to believe it.  And, only when we believe, will we receive.  If you don’t get visions, try spending more time in silent, meditative, and prayerful reflection.  In order to truly respect yourself, you have to respect your dreams.  Respect implies acknowledgment, faith in, and acting on them to bring about their manifestation.

I’m Barbara Talley, the poet who speaks and inspires.  To find out more about me check out: What Does Barbara Do? or visit  my website.

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