I didn’t remember a dream this morning.

I started off my day with reading the Universal Peace Covenant and then following a guided meditation on Peace-well as our topic at least.  Then I went and infused a tile for the mandala with the thought “outer peace is reflective of inner peace”  I was participating in several areas for the living peacefully event.  I started with setting out a sign.  As I staked the sign into the ground by the highway I thought of peace.  Every person I hugged I thought of peace for them and gave it freely.  When there was a need that I could fill, I let my mind have peace while my body fulfilled the task.  I believe I was peaceful in thought and action as I went through the day.  I was able to share this inner peace with others by reflecting it in out and I know there are those that felt it and responded to it.

To participate in the next experiment…


Dream 4- DP GLiDE#: 3f071y

I dreamt I lived in a nice, comfortable mansion. There were many people in the dream, not all at once though. I was counseling or tutoring the people that would visit. I recall D*male was there and may have lived with me in the house with a couple other people. K*female and V*female were in the dream at some point. There was more to the dream, I just don’t remember.

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Dream 7- DP GLiDE#: 3f098y

I was in a store like a Wal-Mart. I was walking down the pet food aisle and there was a rancid smell. I looked in a trash can at the end of the aisle and there was murky water in it. (It was near the fish tanks). I alerted someone who worked there. I continued to shop and not very long after that I walked back and the can was clean and I turned down another aisle there was a dead squirrel on the floor. It had been dead a long time and was stiff. I thought “What is a dead squirrel doing in here? I was dreading having to tell them of another problem. When I turned the corner, a man was sweeping under stuff getting a lot of hidden dirt out in the open. I realized that was how the squirrel became exposed into the open.

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