Life Is But A Dream

From a metaphysical point of view, we are all dreaming our lives. The Aboriginal people are considered to be the best DreamWalkers, or Walkers Between the Worlds. Each of us is a co-creator of our reality with Spirit. Knowing this, understanding this key principle of manifesting ANYTHING, be it health, love, prosperity, Divine right livelihood, is critical. We are all Dreamers. How big can you dream your life?

When I was little, I used to love that song, Row, Row, Row Your Boat. I’m sure most of you know it. “Row, row, row your boat, gently down the stream. Merrily, merrily, merrily, merrily. Life is but a dream”. It is. That’s true. The invitation is to take charge of the dream, and make it everything we want. Be conscious of your dreaming. Root out the negative thoughts and beliefs that limit your dream. Eliminate the people, places, and things that hold you back. Invest your energy and time in people and situations that grow your Soul. Most importantly, be gentle with yourself. Row your boat gently down the stream of life. Because in the end, life is but a dream. We learn, we grow. We evolve. Dream in beauty. Blessings, Judith


I think resolutions are a good thing. We can re-state our commitment to something, like stopping smoking, eliminating wheat from our diet, etc. For right now, I think I’m making a resolution to remain tall. After all, I’ve been tall my whole life. Why change now? Although being tall does have some disadvantages. Most pants made for normal women tend to look like Capri pants on me. This could explain my hostility towards Capri pants. ( I can never believe that some women buy pants that hit them mid-calf on purpose.) The other thing is being attractive to short men. I mean, what is the fascination tall women hold for short men? Are we like the Himalayas to them? Are we something of a challenge, like extreme sports, to them? I’ve wondered about this. Mostly when I was younger. Guys the size of jockeys used to ask me out. Understanding the whole mountain climbing thing, I would say, Dude. No. Seriously. Come back when you have a Sherpa.

At least with this resolution, I’m making one I have a shot at keeping. I’m decidedly optimistic. Here’s to the tall women everywhere.