Sleepless Nights

If you are on the spiritual journey and you garner a modicum of light, you’ll most likely get attacked at night by the ghouls, you just have to endure it. The light gives you energy and the ghouls try to rob it.

Typically I go to bed at 11 p.m. and sleep for two or three hours until 1 am or 2 am. Then I’m awake under the cosh until dawn. I sit on the bed and call out and groan when I’m hit. When dawn comes the ghouls withdraw, then I sleep for a few hours until 9 am or 10 am.

The other day I was complaining to the deaf Gods saying this journey is too rough and I never seem to get enough help. Suddenly I had a full night’s sleep, three nights in a row, heaven on earth. Sorry for whinging!!! That is the first time in five or six years that I’ve slept a full nights sleep, amazing grace.

Then I saw a vision of the word “exhaustion” and a celestial sun came up and washed the word exhaustion away. So nice. I feel looked after.

The Teddies used to be scared of the UFOs at night, but I showed them how to sit in the bedroom window and moon the UFOs, and give ‘em a furry middle finger. Now if we see a UFO in the distance, they chortle and laugh and point, they are beside themselves with mirth with the middle finger routine. Funny eh?

Evil takes itself very seriously; by ridiculing it you break it’s attempt to cast a spell over you. Gaia wins. Stuart Wilde

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