The Heart of the Matter
February 10, 2009
Jumping for Joy

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A few months ago I had a beautiful dream. I was a guest at Maharaji's residence, along with a bunch of other people and was walking around his very spacious grounds when, out of the blue, he signals me to climb an extremely tall tree. In a flash, I find myself climbing, branch over branch until I reach the top. Thrilled, I raise my arms high overhead in a classic "I did it!" pose when suddenly Maharaji signals me to JUMP into the pool below. The pool, however, is very far away -- way further away than even the best of jumps could ever possibly come close to. A wave of fear comes over me, but I decide to jump anyway. As I do, the pool moves towards me. I land in the center. Splash!

(Photo by Divya)

Posted by Mitch Ditkoff at February 10, 2009 12:46 AM

Comments

Beautiful and simbolic drem, it is like real.

Posted by: blancaoraa [TypeKey Profile Page] at February 10, 2009 06:58 AM

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