Sacred Dream

After I read Alberto Villoldo’s new book, “The Heart Of The Shaman, Stories and Practices of the Luminous Warrior,” I realized that I have lived my “sacred dream” as described by Alberto Villoldo. How do I know this?

I know I have lived and am living my “sacred dream” because as Villoldo says in his book, “A sacred dream launches you to a destiny beyond simply not dying, or of being reasonably happy as you strive to avoid discomfort. It encourages you to explore the mysteries of life and of love, to glimpse a reality beyond death and to discover a timeless truth for yourself.”

The realization of what my “sacred dream” was took me a while and to actually live it took me a little longer still “because,” as Villoldo says, “it is much larger than you and it feels impossible to accomplish all that you hope to achieve. A sacred dream launches you on a mission, as it did Martin Luther King, Jr., and Mahatma Gandhi. ‘But I am not Gandhi,’ you might say. True, you do not have to set a goal to lead a billion people to freedom. But what if your destiny is to do something far greater than you have imagined until this moment?”

My “sacred dream” was to realize and then live as the Blue Ray Group soul of Love, Wisdom and Healing that I am and to be in my Light body. This took me a lifetime to fully accept. What happened to me is exactly as Villoldo himself describes: “I discovered that when you hold a sacred dream, the universe begins to actively conspire on your behalf to make the impossible doable. It offers you energy and skills that you never had available before.”

I have lived and continue to live a life way beyond my wildest imagination but it has not been easy
because, “Discovering the sacred dream requires courage. You can no longer be a passive (and anxious) bystander watching others have a meaningful life. The sacred dream will not come knocking at your door: It requires that you leave the familiar and embark on a quest. It requires that you not compromise your integrity. It demands that you not allow yourself to be seduced by the ‘easy path.’ It calls you to fight the lie that your daydream is adequate and will continue to keep you comfortable. This is why it is called the way of the luminous warrior.”

I can attest to this as I have made the sacrifices to be a luminous warrior living my sacred dream. It is a harder road than a normal one but so worth the effort as it puts you on the path of the beauty way.


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