Stories to Inspire:

           "The Dream"

Is your dream big enough,

To give wings the whole sky.

Strong enough to make you smile,

At every face that you are.

Brave enough to let go of hurts,

And make you be joy to all.

What happens when,

that dream come true.

You are in love with yourself,

And that’s the right dream for you.

Stories to Inspire:

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"Fear of Spiders"

For many years of my life I was afraid of spiders. I never asked myself why. Perhaps their body shape scared me, or because of many stories I heard as a child about spiders being bad and evil, and how they like to hurt people. I can only say this, I did not know much about the spider species, and I was not interested to find out more. I accepted that fear as one of the facts about me.

During the Telepathic Interspecies Communication training, I was given a profound gift, the chance to learn more about spiders. We did a kind of shape-shifting exercise via a meditation technique called Merging with an Animal. Sitting still and feeling relaxed we invite a specific being we want to learn about, or we allow a being to choose us. This practice allows humans to feel the viewpoints and experiences of different species, giving us the possibility to see the world from a different perspective. It opens up new possibilities, and new ways of experiencing the world around us.

I decided to let myself be chosen. It felt more tempting, and more intriguing. I put my trust in the feeling that I will get what I need the most. What a surprise! It was the spider that chose me. I saw her with my eyes closed, and this was the first time I did not feel afraid. And then I felt us as one:  I am in the spider’s body, and I am looking down from my web. My location
is in the house, on the ceiling corner to be particular, and I am just observing my surroundings. I feel such serenity and peace in my whole body. And then I notice the humans of the house. I enjoy observing them. They drop things they carry in their arms. They crash dishes in their hands. They even hurt their body parts on the furniture while rushing through the room. They do not seem very much present in their bodies, and they do not control their movements fully. And then I see a woman of the house with the broom
pointed towards me and my web. She started destroying it. I quickly ran to hide from the certain death. I am watching my home being destroyed. But I am saved, and I am feeling fine. Everything is OK. I will make a new web. 
Not a big deal. My home is there where I am. If my home gets destroyed I am building a new one. Anywhere I like. All I need is me, my life, and all my skills given by the Creator. I feel peace and serenity.

After this meditation in 2014 I started to experience spiders with a completely new view. This new perspective helped me to experience my life and its affairs differently. With great gratitude to my spider friend, spiders hold a high place on the scale, and are one of my favorite teachers.

"The Honey Bee"

Once upon a time there was a young person who was afraid of life.

She could not touch anything that surrounded her without the fear of harming it.

She did not smell flowers as she believed they might be poisonous.

She did not have any friends as she was afraid they leave one day.

 

And then one sunny day she woke up with a clear memory of her dream from the night before.

In that dream she had wings and she could fly low and high, and anywhere she wanted to.

She would stay with every flower she could see, because in that dream she was the honey bee.

And she lived with many other honey bees working in a team, diligently building their beehives.

 

A miracle happened after that dream as the young person started to experience matters differently.

Her sight suddenly became so clear and for the first time she could see the earth and the sky in their true light.

She finally could feel the beauty of the plants, the trees, the insects, the birds, the animals, the waters, and the rocks.

And what brought the most joy in her life was the truth of that sweetness in her own being, and the beings of others.

She finally knew the importance of her role and roles of all others while working in a team strongly building this beautiful home, called the Planet Earth.

The Honey BeeJulijana
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