kaua'i dreams

Lucid Dreams In Kaua’i

One of my favorite quotes by Terence McKenna is “This is how magic is done. By hurling yourself into the abyss and discovering it’s a feather bed.”

I woke up early this morning and put together a short video that I felt captured his words as well as my own experience with leaping into the abyss.

I am a big believer in regularly placing myself in uncomfortable situations in order to test myself, develop new spiritual and emotional muscles, and expand my faith in the universe. Uncomfortable does not mean dangerous or harmful; it means stepping outside your comfort zone, being alone, trying something new, going off the trail, diving deep within and stretching your capacity only to be surprised that you were always able to contain more.

I am a big believer in regularly placing myself in uncomfortable situations in order to test myself, develop new spiritual and emotional muscles, and expand my faith in the universe. Uncomfortable does not mean dangerous or harmful; it means stepping outside your comfort zone, being alone, trying something new, going off the trail, diving deep within and stretching your capacity only to be surprised that you were always able to contain more.

Our dreams speak to us on a soul level, reminding us of all the ridiculous charm, juxtaposition, and coincidence that the world offers us once we are willing to see in technicolor.

I hope you enjoy watching this one-minute video as much as I enjoyed living it and piecing it together for you. If you have any thoughts about it please leave me a note either on YouTube or my Instagram account.

Hawai’i has played such an incredible role in the story of my life. I have spent so much time on those islands since 2006. Each visit is more powerful than the last. There are times when I believe she is volcanic character always revealing to me that which I have resisted for too long. For that I am grateful.

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