Maybe, it’s like the song “I’m Already Gone.”

In a dream I got up from the desk in my office and went into the hallway.

The hallway had changed

and now had a door between my office and the neighboring office

and my office was now part of offices belonging to a different company.

I felt in No Man’s Land between my old company and this new company.

Following this dream I began noticing a new reaction on my part

to phone calls from clients.

The reaction was that many times I didn’t seem to respond

to the point where the client must have wondered if I was actually still present.

It didn’t necessarily feel like withdrawal or avoidance in the old sense

just a blankness.

Like one client did the intimidating thing – no response from me just a blank.

Another client did the poor me why is no-one helping me thing – no response from me just a blank.

It’s not that I felt anger or fear in response to the intimidating client

or Oh Please in response to the poor me client

it’s like part of my mind was saying this has nothing to do with me.

Maybe, it’s like the song “I’m Already Gone.”

About sharon-clark-rowlands

Sharon Clark Rowlands is the author of “Oh, We Should Have Told You” which is the outgrowth of a Journal kept during several years spent in the pursuit of personal growth and spirituality. The book contains both personal experiences and “messages from someone outside of myself” and will stimulate you to reflect upon and to gain insights into your own experiences and provide you with inspiration and comfort as you navigate your own Spiritual Journey. view Sharon's author page at http://www.lulu.com/spotlight/SharonsStore and her facebook page for her book https://www.facebook.com/Oh-We-Should-Have-Told-You-111028689006524/
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