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New Year, New You? In Your Dreams!

December 31, 2018

As we come to the end of the year, I would like to thank my followers in the Sentinel & Enterprise for your continued support. I have received numerous emails over the last few weeks thanking me for shedding light on situations, retrieving information and helping folks through the changes brought forth by the connection made between them and their dream state. Not only has it been my honor to be of service to you, I believe it is my privilege and purpose to lead as many people as I possibly can to connect their highest state of mind.

Once again, we are reminded frequently at the end of the year of our autopilot buttons. By this, I mean the daily, routine things we do without a second thought and that, more often than not, could use some adjustment. Just because we do certain things every day or think of certain situations in a certain light, and have been for some time, does not justify it if it doesn’t serve our highest good.

Dear Dream Retriever: I may have written to you last December. I am unable to recall or find any relevant emails. Had I written you, I may not be repeating the same dreams I was having last year around this time. I am walking through a mall. I don’t know which mall and seem to be aimlessly searching for something. I am unable to find what I am looking for and I leave. I am out in the parking lot, and a woman who seems to be rushing to her car hits me with her carriage. I fall and land on my left arm, breaking it. -- Reaching, Dracut

Dear Reaching: As I stated at the top of this column, it is not uncommon to be reminded at the end of the year of what we are not doing. Apparently, you are still -- and I emphasize still due to repetition of the same dream -- not reaching out for what you should be doing. Your arms give you the ability to give and take, to reach out, to embrace. Your right side is what you know, and your left side is what you do with what you know. There is a part of you that you have yet to put in motion, some aspect of yourself that needs to be brought forward.

The new year is always a great time to bring forth a new and improved you. Happy New Year.

Reach Jackie Bryson at Dreamretriever@yahoo.com .

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