On the night of June 24, 2020, I had a couple of exciting dreams. I dreamt that I was considering taking in a roommate to live in my house. For a brief second, I considered letting them take the upper level. (The potential roommate was someone I used to be jealous of). I then saw a quote about reading scripture that said, “to some who read and believe, all will be revealed.”
The next thing I know, I am in a house, and there were a few people there that I had invited over for a small party. The person I was interested in and a person I had been jealous of in the past were there and getting a little too close for my liking. I brushed it off, though. Then I noticed a young boy (nephew or grandson) crying. Someone picked him up and made him laugh, though, so he stopped crying.
The second dream was one I found amusing once I realized the symbolism. An older, Asian woman was standing in my kitchen, on a stool, cleaning out my freezer and throwing stuff away. At one point, she must have started cleaning out the refrigerator because she handed me a gallon of milk with a little bit left in the jug. She asked me if I still wanted it because it was starting to go bad. I said to her, “It’s okay; my dad will use it for his coffee in the morning.”
Then, after I commented on the coffee in the final dream, my dad walked out the door to the garage. I noticed that the person I’m interested in was sleeping on an air mattress with the girl I used to be jealous of. I was not happy, so I walked back into the house but not before saying, “Hey, turn the lights out.” Then I walked back into the house, leaving the light on and the door open. I immediately thought to myself, “I am the only woman who sleeps with…”
Finally, my phone woke me up, and I knew I needed to write down the dream(s) before I forgot as I turned the lights off to go back to sleep (because I woke up early and recorded the dream (s), this veil of gray moved upward, and through it, I saw a giant stone sculpture. It was a rock formation in the shape of a man. Then the veil came down then up again over some stone mountains. Then I had a thought about industry and that when we sleep, the veil is lifted.
Reflecting on the Dream(s)
I didn’t even have time to contemplate the dreams before I instinctively knew that the stuff in the freezer was old beliefs being cleared out. The first scene represented the new me residing in the upper states of consciousness. The milk, I thought, was just a representation of milk I actually had in my refrigerator because I had contemplated purchasing some earlier in the day.
However, as I sat down to transcribe my notes, a thought came to me. The little bit of milk represented the remnants of old beliefs, and I was asked if I wanted to keep them or not. On a side note, Milk is mentioned many times in scripture. For example, in the story of Simon of Canaan, who came from the land of milk and honey. I don’t know for sure what milk actually symbolizes yet. However, I think it symbolizes the beginning of spiritual knowledge.