I experienced many dreams last night. One of the most interesting ones was the healing dream.
I’d been walking and my feet hurt, so I sat to massage them. A man sat beside me. Large and black, his head was as round and bald as a basketball.
“What’re you doing?” he asked.
“Massaging my feet because they hurt.”
“I can help you with that.” He held his hands up. They glistened with oil. “I have the power.”
Taking my feet, he rocked back and forth, humming and massaging them. Skin sloughed off my feet. Pain and soreness went with it.
He finished and rose. “Thanks,” I said. “That was amazing. I really appreciate it.”
Nodding and waving, he said, “No problem,” and then ambled off.
I was still sitting when a woman then approached me. I couldn’t get a clear look at her. It seemed like a misty gauze moved with her, but from glimpses, she seemed slender, young, and white. She wore light blue but her arms were bare. She said, “You look like you could use a massage.”
I debated it and then said, “Okay, sure.”
Darkness fell around us until we were in a circle of yellow-white light. The air grew cooler. She began massaging my chest and shoulders. Her hands and arms went into my chest. I could suddenly see into my chest. Her fingers embraced my heart and massaged it. Shocked and amazed, I just sat there, gawking.
A little girl ran up. The woman took my heart out of my chest. It looked like a piece of fried chicken. She gave it to the girl, who gave the woman a new heart.
As the girl ran off with my fried-chicken heart, the woman put the new heart inside of me. “That feel better?”
I couldn’t speak because I felt so amazed, so I nodded.
“Good.” Shifting her hands, she began massaging my lungs. Air rushed into them like never before. As she massaged me, my perspective changed, so that I was now watching her from outside of myself. Next, she massaged my liver, and then my stomach, and then moved her hands up, and massaged my head. I held my breath as I saw her squeezing, shaping, and re-shaping my brain.
“There,” she said. “Done.” She was gone, and I was back in my body.
I awoke feeling like I’d been scrubbed clean from the inside out.