As I engage the friction breath I think of breathing in and out of my trachea as if it a breath portal. In my mind’s eye I see a deep blue color over my head as soon as we are directed there. I am taken back to grade school when we used to have a parachute in the middle of the gym and we'd throw things on it and watch them extend high in the air. Then I remember a large trampoline outside and how we used to stand around it as a group as one child would climb on. I envision myself back there jumping and observing others doing the same.
Lots of flashes go through my mind that of cloudy and then the clearest of water. I dig in the sand and find treasures, ruby’s and other gems and jewels. I see a chest and I open the lid and there is a note. It says "write" and then I see a book that I will write before the end of my life.
Once again I am looking into a casket at myself this time with my granddaughter by my side. My emotions are reflective and pensive. A thinking back to all that there was. Together, she and I add different things to the casket and place them on top of my former self. My wedding ring, flowers and other things in reflection of a life that was full.
Right afterwards, I am taken to a building and I am tight walking on the ledge. Christian (in my dreamtime state) tells me to be careful but I reassure him that I am safe. At the end there is a cathedra of light-workers and we are all talking at once but then get quiet as we look at a lighted candle which I had seen before in a cave just minutes before. The same people from the cave are now illuminated by the light overhead. Before opening my eyes I see the most lovely black onyx and then teeter off the ledge but instead of falling I am flying and then with a snap of my fingers I am back in the room blinking my eyes and trying to get the life back into my legs that have stiffened.
A powerful protection stone, Black Onyx absorbs and transforms negative energy, and helps to prevent the drain of personal energy. Black Onyx aids the development of emotional and physical strength and stamina, especially when support is needed during times of stress, confusion or grief.