Addicted to Dreams

Another person’s perceived addiction is not worthy of your attention. What’s really asking for your attention in this situation is your own mind’s addiction to interfering with other peoples’ way of being. 
Although the urge to interfere when someone seems to be abusing their self seems compassionate, quite the opposite is true. 
That urge is a signal that your child-mind is being denied the comfort of feeling protected from habitual beLIEf that its peace and happiness can be determined by other peoples’ behavior. 
Perceived lack of peace and happiness arises for the mind who has been led by its own understanding, lost and confused without your guidance. 
As long as you are asleep to the truth of who you are, your child-mind wanders this world hopelessly addicted to dreams, and without the benefit of compassion that can only come from You. 
…and of course, the child-mind who has not received the benefit Your compassion can only teach its brothers and sisters how to remain miserably addicted to dreams. 
Let not your mind wander aimlessly in this world trying to make its dreams come true. 
Know that you are the Answer to all of its seeking, and communion with You at the end of all dreams is where your mind really wants to be. 
Thank you for being the Only source of peace and happiness! I love you!

Hope Johnson offers guidance and intuitive tools that facilitate awakening and enlightenment. Please email her for more information hope@thewaytotheway.com, or register to attend one of her upcoming retreats Here.

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