Spiritual memoir is a written account of my dreams, visions and spiritual thoughts. Jotting down my memoirs have provided me with a vehicle in which to explore the various levels of my spirituality. It has helped me to learn more about myself as a spiritual being.
When a dream, vision or thought come through and it is not written down on paper, it gradually slips away from the conscious mind. By writing down the information, the person can examine the details and reveal the hidden spiritual messages.
One important lesson, I have learned is that even though spiritual dream, vision or thought may not make sense at a given moment, in time the message will unfold. No matter how meaningless you feel a spiritual message is, I strongly recommend writing them down for future reference.
The following is a compilation of my spiritual dreams, visions and thoughts.
Dream 1- I am standing in front of an enormous house. As I look around, I notice emptiness all around me. There is no terrain, sky or people in sight. "What a strange place this is," I say to myself. Although the area is completely desolated, except for the house, I am not fearful.
After a minute or so, the entrance door opens. I step inside, and notice a person wearing a garment with a hood. Since the person’s body is totally covered, I cannot distinguish whether it is a man or woman.
The inside of the house is enormous and vacant. There are many corridors. Instinctively, I begin to follow the person. I sense the person is a spirit guide. The guide enters a corridor on the left, and I follow faithfully. The corridor is pitch-black, but I see clearly the guide who is in front of me. I am unafraid.
I hear noises nearby. I reach out to my right and then left. There are stone walls on both sides. The noise is coming from the other side of the walls.
Suddenly, my guide stops and points to the left. A glass door appears. I peek inside and see people roaming aimlessly with blank expressions on their faces.
I feel my guide’s words entering my mind. He is communicating telepathically. "The people in the room are consumed with self-pity," is the message I receive from the guide. Furthermore, they have condemned their souls to live for eternity in a state where everything is in a standstill. They are prisoners of their own deeds.
Their salvation is in their hands. All they need to do is open the door to their souls and liberate themselves.
The only factor that is stopping them from liberating themselves from the shackles of eternity is themselves.
We continue to move forward. This time, the noise is louder and nerve-racking. Again, the guide stops and points. An intense moaning sound is coming from within. I cautiously look inside. A dark and heavy mist makes it difficult to see inside. After a minute or so, the mist begins to clear, and hideous looking creatures begin to appear. Their faces render signs of pain, affliction and despair.
The guide depicts them as lost souls who refuse to modify their negative behavior. They continue to play out the same negative behavioral pattern repeatedly. They are enmeshed in their personal cobweb.
Moving forward and passing several doors, the guide does not stop. We continue until we reach the end of the corridor. We enter a bright, large, empty room. On the right side, there is a door the leads to the outside. We walk in the direction of the door. The guide opens the door and bids me farewell. It is my final destination- a world of heavenly beauty, and spiritual peace.
Interpretation: The dream represents the cycle that spirits go through. Standing in front of a house with emptiness all around represents the soul inside the unborn child. The soul remains in darkness until its arrival into the physical world. Entering the house represents the incarnate spirit, in physical form, coming into the world. The guide is our spirit guide or guardian angel who is with us from the beginning to the end. The corridors correspond to the various paths that are available to us. And, the room at the end of the corridor is the spirit's arrival to the spirit world.
Since we have free will, we select the path we want to follow. The corridor that I was shown consisted of many undesirable rooms- roadblocks.
The lesson here is the following. As spirits, we come into the world to complete a mission. Our goal is to purify our soul. Each time we enter the earth plane we select a different path to reach our desire goal-a destination of spiritual enlightenment. However, some of us get lost along the way. We become prisoners of our own deeds preventing us from moving forward and reaching our true purpose.
It is important to remember that many of our corridors or paths contain roadblocks. We need to find ways of overcoming them. If we become weak and surrender, we become prisoners and remain in a standstill. We need to free ourselves from our self-imposed bondage and continue on the path towards the Divine light.
Vision from La Casa Dom Inacio
I am standing in front of a large cross. I look up and see Jesus Christ. I am feeling sad. I lift my hand and touch his feet. Blood begins to drip on my hand. As I stare at the blood on my hand, a man appears next to me. It is Jesus dressed in a white robe. I look up and see Jesus on the cross. I am in the presence of two images of Jesus. I feel peaceful and safe. I want to stay here forever.
The Jesus, who is standing next to me and transmitting his thoughts telepathically, tells me that I must leave and continue my path. I feel sad and disappointed. I don’t want to leave, but I know I must. As I walk away, I look back. I see the two embodiments of Jesus. I continue to walk away.
The two Jesus represent earth and heaven- (Jesus on the cross represents earth, while Jesus in white robe represents heaven). In order to move to the spirit realm and enjoy the spiritual peace one is constantly seeking, but cannot find on this earth plane, we must first complete our mission on earth. We should not expect to be rewarded for an incomplete task.
Additionally, the hidden message in this vision is when life on the earth plane end, it begins on another realm.
On Mediumship - I never came across any literature where Jesus instructed his disciples to go to the masses and charge 20 pieces of gold to heal the sick, 40 pieces of gold to cleanse the lepers, 60 pieces of gold to cast out devils, and to raise the dead take everything.
Instead, Jesus told his twelve disciples, “Heal the sick, raise the dead, cleanse lepers, cast out devils. You received without cost; give without charge” (Matthew 10:5-10).
True mediumship is about giving freely what was received freely. Are we better than Jesus’ disciples, or were Jesus’ words meaningless? What gives us the right to turn something spiritual and divine into a business?
A medium’s worst enemies are doubt, ego and greed. They interfere with the medium’s ability to receive and give spirits’ messages fully. It is important that mediums recognize these issues and release them to the universe.
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