I’ve been giving a lot of thought lately as to what career path I should take, and last night I had a dream that I was performing brain surgery. Apparently, I had become a neurosurgeon? But I had no clue what I was doing and faked my way through the whole thing. It felt so wrong. I was so happy and relieved afterward that the guy was okay that I held his face in my hands and cried. Even though it all turned out okay, I think it’s safe to say that there’s no future for me in neurosurgery.
Other things happened in the dream too that give me cause to ponder and reflect on, but what I come away with in the end, is that I should do something that feels authentic to me. Something that I am equipped for and gifted at – unlike brain surgery. There’s a no-brainer. 😉
Ever since my divorce back in 2011, I’ve been wondering what I should do with my life. Thankfully, I’ve had an income from my divorce settlement, so I’ve been able to take the time to try and figure that out. But the interesting thing is… that while I’ve been wondering what I should do with my life, I’ve realized that I’ve already been doing it all along. Living each day, being open, listening. And I’m so grateful for all of the experiences that I’ve had over these past 6 years – even the sad ones, because I’ve grown so much through it all. But the time is nearing that my settlement will go down to an amount that is no longer sufficient to support me financially, so I will need to find a job. It’s exciting and daunting at the same time, and I’ve been thinking a lot about what to do. What to do, what to do? I might need brain surgery after thinking so hard trying to figure it out.
A few of you know, but I haven’t shared here publicly yet about the total knee replacement surgery I underwent this past September. The recovery has been really slow, gosh what an ordeal it’s been for me, like seriously, wow, but the surgery went very smoothly and I haven’t had any complications, so for that I am truly grateful. I’m scheduled to have my second knee replaced at the end of February, and my hope is that once I’ve recovered, I will have more job opportunities available to me with two fully functioning knees. The sky is the limit really, and I’m completely open.
Well, open unless it includes performing brain surgery. 😉
But hey, maybe the meaning of my dream was more about how I can do anything – even brain surgery.
✿~Peace & Love~✿