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Re: Exorcism, and My Mistake

Posted by Susan47 on December 9, 2004, at 8:46:32

In reply to Exorcism, and My Mistake, posted by Susan47 on December 7, 2004, at 12:47:25

When I say Excorcism, of course I mean exorcising the love I felt for this man, but of course, that was a radical reaction to knowing he doesn't feel that way about me. BUT this wonderful dream happened last night. It was wonderful because it worked at releasing me.
ANyone with a strong stomach can read this next part. I was living alone in an apartment (check, which means this part is true). I'd been wearing a sophisticated black dress (check, going to a funeral with my daughter today) with a titch of colour at the waistline. Anyway, I was murdered. Cut in half, one half of me draped over something, the other half kind of across the room. No blood, but my eyes were open. So this OTHER me comes in, sees this, and panics and runs into hiding, tell my friends why. They check into it. Somehow convince me to go back and live in the building again. For some reason, I wear the same two-piece dress I was murdered in when I go back. Remember, this dress has no blood on it, which I by the way, keep looking for. I can't believe there's no blood from such a gruesome murder.
It turns out I meet the murderer, who's really been a gentle soul who loves me, and he ACCIDENTALLY murdered the first me! When I allow this gorgeous, soft-hearted person to explain himself, he tells me what happened and all the horror goes away.

So about ten minutes after I wake up from this nightmare-turned-dream, I realize this: my ex-psychologist is a person who is worthy of much love, because he's a loving person, and so am I.

Isn't that a fabulous working-out?




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