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Jan 07, 2010 4:27 amDream#

Sharron Williams
Last night I dreamt I took an elevator to the tenth floor. I meant with some business men (think). Then I got on the elevator and realized it wasn't the 10th floor but the 15th floor.
Now in reality, I am afraid of heights,elevators past the 10th floor.
This morning I thought about the dream. And thought about what Jeanette would think it meant. I told my husband I thought the dream meant,good things would be coming for us and the company.
I am on the last 6 months of working for somebody else!Today I was at work, Head Hunters called me to offer me a job with another company. The pay would be $2,000-3,000 more per year than what I already make. For awhile there I thought this was the dream manifesting for me. Then after thinking more about the offer, I decided to stick with our plans and build our company.


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Jan 08, 2010 6:25 amre: Dream#

Marilyn Jenett

Perhaps this symbolizes that you are overcoming your fears - of going higher than the 10th floor - and reaching higher in life.

If you are not accepting a job with increased salary, but are instead stepping out in faith to move toward your "higher" vision, then I would say you are releasing your fear.

After all, the 15th floor is much closer to heaven. :-)

Marilyn


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Jan 09, 2010 2:17 amre: re: Dream#

Sharron Williams
Thanks Marilyn. My friend Jeanette thought it meant I was going to acclerate with the dementia training I offer healthcare companies.


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