February 4, 2019. DREAM. Accompanied by Shasta, I went to see my mom. She was living in the house where I initially grew up in Lufkin, Texas. Before I could knock on the front door, Mom came out from the garage around by the side. She appeared youthful, in her late thirties, and was wearing a cotton shirt and calf-length pants, casual wear around the house in the 1950s. Shasta, who was excited to be on an adventure with me, bounded back and forth, and I spoke to her to calm her down. I cheerfully greeted Mom and we walked into the garage, which was very neat and orderly. We were planning to do an arts-and-crafts project there together.
Interpretation: I haven’t had many dreams about Mom since her transition two years ago, but this one shows signs of her progress and adjustment on the astral planes. The home in Lufkin, as well as the garage, represents the repository of memory patterns, the thought structures from her recent Earth incarnation that she is working with at a soul level.
She appears youthful, as she was back at the time we lived at that address in the first eight years of my life. Her manifested age also denotes her astral progress. Her casual apparel, a symbol of her soul-auric covering, displays the ease and comfort she has as she goes about her soul work: the creative “arts and crafts” project. The garage, or storage area of her subconscious, is neat and orderly; another good sign of the harmony she exudes. All is in order in her soul healing and adjustment.
We were going to work together on an arts-and-crafts project (my mom was a prolific artist and excelled in a wide variety of crafts). We are connected akashically; our soul threads are strong. The “project” — soul craftwork — represents my interdimensional participation with her soul evolution, through my positive thoughts, prayers and love that I constantly send her way.
Supplementary Reading: Honoring Honora
Photo: Honora Masters Jacobs, 1941, Jacobs Family Archives.