Almost nightly, I have an amazing dream.
In the dream I fly anywhere I want to go. Yes, I said fly. You know, leave the gravitational pull of Earth and elevate. Only in my dreams I don’t need wings, I just decide to fly.
These dreams are so real. So intense. You should hear the discussions with people as I travel gravity–free from place to place. Seriously, it’s movie quality dialogue.
The last two nights, another element has been added, another superpower you might say.
This new superpower is vibration.
Yes, vibration. Let me explain.
In the dream, I’m not flying. Instead, I’m walking. Through the grocery store. In the streets of the city. People everywhere.
Inside of me there is a hum. A vibration. The vibration can’t be heard by anyone but when they come into contact with me, they FEEL it.
The vibration is good. It’s wholesome. It’s health, prosperity, and good intent. It flows through me with no effort on my part.
Everyone who comes near me immediately gets healed. Their thoughts change from negative to positive. Instead of despair they now feel hope. Just by being near the vibration.
As real as the flying dreams are, my vibration dream last night was tenfold. I woke up this morning and shared the dream with my wife.
While trying to describe to her the intensity of vibration dream I remembered what I told her just last night as we were on our way to dinner– “I have a comic book inside of me,” I said.
“I have a comic book inside of me,” I repeated. “I have a new superhero whose story needs to be told.”
This new superhero has an inner vibration. An inner calm. Energy from deep within.
This hero’s superpower is to bring order from chaos. His vibration, when harnessed, affects people who come near the energy.
Per his daily routine he strolls into his favorite diner for morning eggs. He notices a young lady deep in discussion with her boyfriend. Her intent? To lie. Influenced by the proximity of our hero, she feels something stir inside of her. A quiet voice emboldens her to tell the truth.
This new superhero settles to place his order. He observes an angry man in the adjacent booth who begins to verbally abuse his waitress. Turns out she gets the order wrong. Suddenly an overwhelming sense of empathy overrides his anger as he quietly tells her– “it’s okay, we’ve all had those days.”
Abused as a child, our hero finds this superpower as he turns inward to deal with his despair.
Like many introverts he discovers the joy of reading. His favorite subject in school? Science.
Encouraged by his seventh grade science teacher he becomes infatuated with biology and physics and their relation to the human mind.
He learns, according to physics, anything is truly possible. This understanding, this belief, fuels the growth his inner vibration. He learns to feed and harness the power.
Kind of a cool character, don’t you think? Can you see the storylines develop? How he becomes the person you call when war breaks out, or when there is a volatile hostage situation.
I like this new superhero. I think he brings something new. I think he can make the world a better place.
Just like our new superhero, I too, believe that anything is possible.
I’m not even kidding. Not a bit. It’s my mindset. My go-to philosophy.
Maybe I’ve watched too many movies, read too many comic books, listened to too many songs, but I truly think all things are possible.
Here’s to inspirational dreams and good vibrations.