It’s that time of the year again. Back to school! If you live anywhere in the world your school experience was disrupted last year to say the least. Whether you’re a student, parent, teacher…our lives and textbooks were flipped upside down and never went right side up again.
That changed today as my three kiddos went back to school. Two days a week my kids board the bus and get in-person instruction. It’s fantastic for all of us.
THANK YOU TEACHERS!!!!
But it doesn’t come without worry. Naturally, I want to protect them from the boogies & bullies.
As prepared as I was to ship them off to school it wasn’t without worry, which of course disrupted my sleep and clouded my dreams. At one point I woke up, unable to fall back asleep, and decided to do some visualizing. I imagined putting a bright white protective bubble around each of my kids, you know, to keep out the Covid and anything else that could hurt them. This was exhausting, I had three kids to get through. So fast asleep I fell.
In Dream Town I packed the lunches and school bags and shipped the kiddos off to school. As each child stepped on the bus, they looked back at me, waved, and were immediately surrounded in the white glow of the protective bubble I visualized for each of them before falling asleep. I woke up thankful for the dream confirming their protection.
Now, some would argue that I fell asleep visualizing and that’s why I saw them in that light.
Others would argue that it was metaphysical assistance.
I would argue that it was both as I am human and a witch. But…whatever you want to say about it, I felt better knowing I had done all I could to protect them.
When you can’t sleep, visualize. Practice protecting yourself and your crew.
Close your eyes, envision the person you are protecting. See a bright white bubble come down from the air above, fully encasing your person, and rounding below where their feet meet the earth. Say whatever words of protection feel meaningful to you. Visualize your person safely within their bubble. Smile, and give thanks. Repeat for anyone you want to protect. And don’t forget yourself!