I was at the College of Metaphysics surrounded by lots of people.  It was very sunny outside.  It was teacher’s meeting.

When I woke up this morning and wrote down my dream, I found myself eager and able to wake righ up and get moving.  I am not normally a morning person.  Everyone I met seemed to be anxious and excited about the day.  I felt a calm and stillness that I haven’t for quite a while.  I wasn’t nervous or apprehensive about the day.  I had a clear image of wht I was to do and what the expectation was I had for myself and what others had for me.  Everything almost was like a deja vou, it was as if everyone and everything was where it needed to be.  When things need adjusting people and I were quick with a response or idea.  I was mostly with the parliament banner that people were signing, so I think I met almost all or a majority of the people there.  Conversations, small talk and instruction came easily as I helped people find what they were looking for.  As the day went on I found that I kept my mind on my ideals for the day when I would get tired, it was a great help to recall why I was there.  When I go for a long time without eating or drinking I tend to get a headache.  This time I was headache free!!  So all in all everything was amazing.  I was in a situation where I was with 100+ of my closest friends.  Some I know, some I didn’t but now do.  I laughed and had fun, all because of how clear my thoughts were.  I feel like I was of service

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