Tai Chi Tuesday

Today was Tai Chi Tuesday. There were nine of us in class. I sat and ate a salad before our session started. It was good to be back; I had missed 3 classes in a row due to the holidays and frigid weather. Truth to tell, I am just not a holiday lover.

I had a very big dream last night. When I woke up, I was hard-pressed to remember the details but it seemed to be about everything being predestined. I was revisiting a place I had been to the year before and I knew what happened would be exactly the same as it had been a year ago. In other words, it was like the movie, Groundhog Day.

The man of the house said, “Even animals meditate.” And we looked at some living art on the wall. I told the daughter that I still felt sorrow and she embraced me while I wept. But the feeling of the dream was of a joyful homecoming already lived out and therefore, being re-experienced. That makes no sense, but nothing important does!

I am stringing together the threads of visions that different people have seen for me over a period of years. Seemingly, all I have to do is follow the breadcrumbs….

I will leave a few for you to find your way back here……



  1. Good morning, Vicki. A friend posted a German word in FB this a.m.: Sehnsucht (n.) “The inconsolable longing in the humana heart for we know not what”; a yearning for a far, familiar, non-earthly land one can identify as one’s home.
    Pronunciation: Zen-zukt.
    Great word, IMO; I’ve felt this way for years. xo


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