Rainbows and Dreams

No, that’s not my attempt at replacing the “champagne wishes and caviar dreams” quote from Robin Leech. Does anyone remember watching that show as a kid?

Anyway, I had a very cool, very vivid dream the other night.

I was standing on a tall building, high above the clouds. The building wasn’t a skyscraper, but more like an ancient ruin carved out of bleached-out red rock twisting itself into the clouds. The air was dense with humidity after a heavy rain and the sun was shining bright in an attempt to cut through the moisture in the air. Right where I was standing was the origin of a thick rainbow and I could reach down and touch it and feel its energy, which was calming and happy. I immediately started smiling. It was like putting my hand into warm, vibrating bubbles.

It’s rare for me to remember my dreams with much detail – the kind of detail that elicits and emotional response. So, when I do, I usually look into them because I feel like it’s my subconscious trying to tell me something. Sneaky subconscious! What I found is pretty cool!

To see a rainbow in your dream represents hope, success and good fortune in the form of money, prestige, or fame. The rainbow is also seen as a bridge between your earthly, grounded self and the higher, spiritual self. It refers to joy and happiness in your relationship. Alternatively, the rainbow implies that your troubles are almost over. Good will come out of your issues. Just hang in there.

Consider me hanging!

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