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Dream: an actor getting back into the game

An actor has been retired for a while, and is now offered to get back into the game. He tries on his old acting shirt, and it fits perfectly. His wife is there too, very happy on his behalf and for the two of them.

The actor is similar to Cary Grant or Jimmy Stewart, solid, very experienced, deeply human in many ways. This is another dream where there is no "I" anywhere, just the images arising as a movie screen arising in awareness.

It seems to fit with what is happening these days. I have been "out of the game" for a while, during the dark night phase. It is now shifting, and the old acting shirt still fits...! My anima, or soul, is enjoying it as well, fully supporting and participating.

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  • Anonymous Craazee says so:
    12/07/2007 08:45:00 AM  

    What inspiration...I have been longing to get back in the game but have not felt worthy. Lost connections. How to slip back into my passion without the guilt -- guilt over abandoning it on and off over the years while my former colleagues have stuck with it all the while. I did it successfully 2 years ago, but fell back into white collar world -- for the money of course. It's always for the money. I just can't shake the stage no matter how hard I try or how much money I make. Ready to chuck my 6-figure salary without a safety net to live life again. Am I crazy? top