Dreams

 

Image may contain: plant, outdoor and nature, possible text that says 'Imbolc Blessing May the life stirring underground Stir new dreams to life within you May the flames of inspiration And passion be ignited in your soul.'

 

 

Imbolc the ancient Celtic festival of birth and awakening, is a great time for visualising our dreams.

We all have dreams.

Yes, we all have dreams. Sometimes they have been submerged so deep within us that we are barely aware of them. Sometimes we need a prompt to re-establish those dreams or to suggest new dreams.

It is important to be aware of those dreams and visit them.

There is difference between goals and dreams. However, those dreams are equally as important as those goals we set.

So, as nature in the northern hemisphere is beginning to re establish after the winter rest, it is a good time to look at our dreams and find inspiration to see those dreams come to fruition.

6 thoughts on “Dreams

  1. Lovely quote and words!!

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    1. Thank you for taking the time to comment.

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  2. I had not heard of Imbolc either. You learn something every day. I dream vividly – last night was a terrible nightmare with family from Ireland. My late mother appears most frequently – I guess she knew it was Imbolc. 💚

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    1. Years ago I used dream a lot but had a “rubbish bin” where I consigned all nightmares the morning after. So hopefully your nightmare has been consigned to the “nightmare rubbish bin”.

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      1. It’s just a side effect of my medication so I already put it in a metaphoric trash can but that’s a great idea!

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  3. This is lovely! I’d never heard of Imbolc. Thank You and Cheers!!! 🤗❤️😊

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