In the Dragon’s Mouth

In-the-Dragons-MouthOne morning after waking up, six year old Anderson was very excited:

“Mom, I had a dream! You know the red dragon in the playground that I like to climb on? I was sitting in its mouth and in my dream, all of a sudden the mouth closed and I was caught! It was all dark in there, really scary. But the good thing was, I had two friends with me, a flashlight and a homeopathy kit. So everything was okay.”

We had a good laugh when Anderson’s mom told me about it. This dream directed me to the next remedy that the little boy needed. I was impressed and pondered about it. Somehow it feels more than just a children’s dream.

Most of us know how it is to be in the mouth of a dragon. Sooner or later we will go through that. For some of us our dragon might be a disease, for others it might be grief or anxiety. There are three things that we need to get through such times:

  • Friends, because none of us makes it alone.
  • A flashlight represents a goal or a vision that we follow and that sheds light on our path and
  • Homeopathy, which is something we can trust from experience because we know it’s not going to let us down.

Do you have your safety kit in place? Friends, a flashlight and homeopathy? Remember little Anderson. Get your essentials together. If one of the three is missing, get moving.

Call me at 250 650 1662 or send me an email, just to be safe even in the mouth of the dragon.