Vision Quest 8 Conclusion.~ Facing Fears

Background to the story so far. Muna was brought up from the age of two and half by her Full blooded Native American Indian Grandmother.  Aponi had taught Muna lots of the Ancient ways of living from the land along with many traditional ceremonies.

Muna had reoccurring nightmares all of her life, Now in her late teens she was following her Grandmother’s advice and had embarked upon a Vision Quest to see it she could find the reason for the Shadows that haunted her Dream time.

The full part of this Vision Quest can be read in separate parts HERE.

This is the final part of the Vision Quest Chapter in which Muna finds out more about her past. This will be longer in length than the previous parts.

 Facing Fears

Once again the old fear came back as the garden no longer felt welcoming. She shuddered again, as a blanket of thick mists enveloped her. Muna knew she had to find out what lay beyond the door. What was the shadow that haunted her dreams? Muna turned to the North Door to help her overcome the fears she held so deep within.

“ Help me Grandfather Sky, clear the mists before my eyes, show me the way Grandmother Earth, help me overcome all that is hidden, that makes me afraid.” Muna’s voice was calm but she couldn’t help but feel fearful for what the North door had hidden behind it.

As if in answer to her plea the mists parted before her and the door in the North Wall loomed into  her vision. Her eyes took in the old wooden door, she saw the many grains etched upon its surface along with the knots, and she saw the old nails which held the rusty hinges in place. She thought of the long forgotten tree which was cut down to create such a door as she stroked the wood feeling the knots. At the same time she felt the knot twist within the pit of her stomach as that old emotion of dread surfaced.

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But Muna  shook  off this feeling  as she concentrated upon the knocker positioned in the centre of this old arched shaped doorway, and she was not surprised that the handle was formed from two twisted engravings of snakes entwined together.  For some reason Muna remembered something her Grandmother had told her about Quetzalcoatl  And the symbolism of snakes primal energy. She knew now was the time to shed another skin as she let go of that which restricted her as she allowed the life force to heal and guide her through the changes. Knowing the door would open up more questions, but  would also lead her to new discoveries of her inner being. 

Looking down now at the water in which she thought she had to wade through, the mists had lifted revealing stepping-stones opening a path towards the door.. Muna smiled knowing all things were possible if only one believed. She took a deep breath as she made her first step as she stepped across the stones walking towards the door.

As she looked where she put her feet, she saw the weed thick within the murky water, and was aware of something slithering its way across the water keeping pace with her as she saw the ripples just beneath the surface. She heard the occasional splash as if something either surfaced or dived, and her heart began to pound. Again her thoughts raced as her Grandmothers words once again came to mind.

“ Face Your Fear” she heard the echo of Aponi’s words as she got closer to the door.. ” You only fear what you do not know Muna. Fear is just a stranger whom you so not yet know. Once you become the observer you will see there is nothing to Fear but Fear itself.” Muna had long puzzled at this remark of her Grandmother’s.

So she squared her shoulders and took a deep breath and closed her eyes. She asked to become the ‘observer’. When she opened them she was there, she now saw the age of this old door, as the wood had splinted and dried. She reached out her hand and took hold of the door knocker and instinctively knocked twice. As if by magic the door swung open, as it did so more mists seemed to bellow out in front of her. Stepping through the mist, crossing the threshold of the doorway Muna waited hoping the mists would  recede, she saw a scene she half recognised, but wasn’t fully aware from where.

Before her a scene unravelled, she was in a small room with sparse furnishings with a wooden table in the centre, in the corner was a familiar rocking chair with a colourful crocheted shawl hung over its back, somewhere in the background Muna heard a child crying.

Muna’s attention was then taken to a young woman, cowering in the corner of the room who was crying. The woman had long raven black hair that was strewn across her face wet with tears. As the mists cleared further Muna saw there was also blood on the young woman’s face. A man’s voice shouted in rage

Muna found herself floating above the scene as the woman was pursued by a man. The man was screaming obscenities at her, yelling and screaming, he seemed to be possessed by the devil himself as his eyes bulged and his face was distorted in rage.  Sobbing the woman got up to run outside, she got half way across the yard as the man yelled as he ran after her, the woman turned running backwards at the same time before she stumbled and fell. She hit her head hard upon the ground, Her sobs instantly stopped as her body now motionless and lifeless lay upon the ground..

The man stopped in his tracks, as if waking up from a dream he looked down at his hands. Had he really hit his beautiful wife..   He looked up to the skies and now it was his turn to scream, as he let out such a wail of anguish as he yelled out the to the sky.. Words she knew he was speaking, and yet she couldn’t hear any of them. She only saw the woman lifeless on the floor, the child who cries she had heard now emerged from the doorway, she was only a young toddler but she ran to the fallen woman, tripping over as she fell beside the woman, crying “Mama, mama”

It was then that Muna understood, the toddler was herself, it was she crying ‘Mama’, and the fallen woman was her Mother. She looked now feeling the tears spill onto her cheeks, as she saw the man, her father.

Muna was seeing him now for the very first time.The toddler had fear in her eyes as the dark shadow of her father loomed over them both as he bent over the two of them he started to cry. Lifting his wife into his arms, asking for her forgiveness, as he didn’t mean it, he hadn’t meant it, as once again his temper and rage had flared taken over by the drink which consumed his soul. 

He was distraught and ran back into the cabin. Muna saw the toddler sitting at the side of her Mother pulling at her sleeve for her to wake up.  It was then a large Bang now echoed out into the air, not only sending a shudder through Muna, but she saw the toddler visibly jump, afraid of the noise, frightened and confused now no longer feeling her mother’s warmth, she watched as the toddler climbed onto her mother, hugging her as her blood still oozed out onto the ground from the back of her head. She saw the smoke now curl up around the edges of the cabin as it swept across the yard like a thick mist. The toddler lay curled in a ball sobbing on her Mother’s breast ………………..

Muna came too from her Vision, curled in the centre of the medicine wheel in a tight ball, the sky was now dusk as the Sun began to set the air had taken on a chill.. She sat up within her circle of stones feeling the tears upon her own cheeks.. She looked at the setting Sun her thoughts in a muddle for a second until she recalled she was on the mountain within her Vision Quest. Thanking Grandfather Sky and all her ancestors that had helped her to see her vision, Muna sat and thought upon all she had been shown.

It had  explained much more than Aponi had ever told her about the passing of her Mother and Father. Why had her Grandmother never told her the truth of how her parents had passed. All she had been told that her father was white and had struggled all his life with drink. As soon as Muna had been old enough to ask about her Mother she was always told it was in a tragic fire from which she had been rescued. When Muna had enquired how such a fire had started and wanted to learn more. Aponi had always dismissed her inquisitive questioning by saying..

“ When you are older Child, the Great Spirit will reveal All to you when the time is ripe, then your journeying will begin.”   Yet Muna had also heard the rumours from the village folk and had heard the whispers of turned heads looking her way of Murder and a fire, yet she had never dared ask if this was true fearing the worse of why she was orphaned .. But now she knew her Father had not murdered her Mother, but his rage had contributed to her tragic death.

Muna reached out for the precious locket and unwrapped it from the hand kerchief. She opened it and touched the lock of raven black hair. The locket had been her mother’s the only thing she had.

Muna then took the candle which had toppled over and gone out, she secured it upright by digging it into the earth, and relit it, sending a prayer to her Mother, and one for her Father asking that they both now rest in peace as she hoped now that her mind would be eased as at last she was able to recall those blurred visions of a toddler. 

So many Fears stem from the memories engraved within the growing pains of a child.. She saw now the reason she disliked loud noises and the shadows which always seemed so menacing. She also knew the truth of her deep-seated Fear.

She began to understand Aponi’s words of becoming the observer. Muna saw how her perception through being traumatized when her father’s shadow had blocked out the Sun when he had bent down over her Mother had created the fear, coupled with the loud bang.. She realised her father had killed himself then set their home on fire such was his anguish. 

She saw too how everyone must have thought her father had murdered her mother and presumed the truth. How easy it is she thought to judge, yet not be in full possession facts. She would obeserve more often in future rather than jump to conclusions she thought. 

She took another sip of her water, and was just going to stand up and make a fire, when she heard a voice.. She looked left and right of her, as she was uncertain as to where the voice had come from, it startled her to realise the voice was inside her head, But so clear did it speak..

“This is just the beginning of your Journey, Little One, You now have faced the fear of the past, now you have to face the fear of the future..”

Muna didn’t understand, but she soon would………………….

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This is the last of the series Vision Quest for a while    … I hope you enjoyed this lengthier last episode..

© Sue Dreamwalker 2010- 2016 All rights reserved.

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  1. derrickjknight
    May 14, 2016 @ 08:29:04

    I’ve only just come to your blog, and enjoy your writing

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  2. inavukic
    May 14, 2016 @ 11:18:40

    Fear for the future can be much heavier than that for the past for to feel it for the latter at least some semblance of recognisable cues are there, but the future? Well that can be so much more but even so much less … thank you Sue, what a journey Muna has conquered 🙂

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    • Sue Dreamwalker
      May 14, 2016 @ 12:42:44

      I agree.. I often ponder in my mind and Wonder what would those in the year 1916 First World War time line think of our World a hundred years on.. As children walk around with mobile phones with Apps and films, Games and internet streaming on them.. Then look around the World at the Wars still raging, and the Refugee’s fleeing their countries seeking sanctuary..
      I often wonder dear Ina.. Have we Really Progressed at all?? Sad when you really get to grips with what we have created in our Now.. From the Fear of then.. 😦

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  3. writersdream9
    May 14, 2016 @ 12:06:11

    I thoroughly enjoyed! I hope you will write more about her. Perhaps about her facing the future? Lovely, dear Sue!

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  4. giselzitrone
    May 14, 2016 @ 13:02:20


    Wünsche dir liebe Sue ein wunderschönes Pfingstfest liebe Grüße und Umarmung Gislinde

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  5. Mark Lanesbury
    May 14, 2016 @ 13:09:15

    Thank you for sharing Sue. In all that I have ever done, the ‘judgement’ is a ‘knowing’ that I still have to see something within myself.
    Because it isn’t until I can ‘see’ within, that the judgements fall away, and a true understanding of my, and others journey’s begins.
    Great story and a pleasure to follow your quest 🙂

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    • Sue Dreamwalker
      May 14, 2016 @ 13:50:53

      So very true Mark.. I feel until we have walked in another’s shoes, how can we judge.. Yet we can find ourselves instantly judging others as we fall into the traps of joining in the crowd, So we ourselves don’t get fingers pointed at us..
      I am learning loads upon this journey.. And learning to ‘See’ a lot clearer as I alter my perspective.. And drop the Fears so often that are taken in via another persons perspective or view..

      Learning to Trust our own ‘judgements’ and instincts have led me further down the rabbit hole of discovery of who I AM.. With lots of letting go of self judgements too along the way.. 🙂

      Thank you Mark for reading and taking the time too.. I so appreciate your thoughts..
      Blessings my friend
      Sue 🙂

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  6. giselzitrone
    May 14, 2016 @ 15:05:09

    Danke wünsche noch einen schönen Nachmittag Gruß und Umarmung

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  7. Visionkeeper
    May 14, 2016 @ 15:19:19

    Excellent DW ! So well done. Time to write a book for the world to enjoy with more to follow. Lots of talent explodes from your being my friend. From berry crisp to allotments to art, to music and to words, just to name a few. Thanks for sharing your tale. Have a wonderful weekend and soak up some sun if its around your neck of the woods. All the best and many hugs…VK ❤

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  8. vanbytheriver
    May 14, 2016 @ 15:33:09

    Wow. A bit speechless here. I’ll have to think about how to respond to this one. I might understand more than you know, Sue. Beautiful and tragic. I loved it. 💕

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  9. Walking My Path: Mindful Wanderings in Nature
    May 14, 2016 @ 15:50:50

    This is so good, Sue!!! I want to know about her future! I love this! Working with people, I have been honored with witnessing many such remembrances. This story is so real. I love these characters. You are a very talented writer with a deep well of wisdom to draw from. Thank you for this story.
    Peace and Love,
    Mary

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    • Sue Dreamwalker
      May 15, 2016 @ 16:20:04

      Dearest Mary, I thank you for your wonderful feedback on this story.. I enjoyed writing it long ago.. And have tweaked it a little here and there so as not to bring up memories some may hold with domestic violence and dependency upon alcohol. As further chapters I wrote surfaced within Dream time revealed..
      Yes I wrote more on Muna’s future, but then life got in the way and it all got shelved..
      Thank you for reading each episode and for following Muna’s Vision Quest, I so appreciate that you enjoyed so much.. And you have encouraged me no end..
      Thank you

      Sue ❤

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  10. Cynthia
    May 14, 2016 @ 16:00:03

    What an incredible story, Sue! You have a gift of storytelling. I was riveted from beginning to end. I hope you make a “sequel” and tell about Muna facing the fears of her future!
    Sending you hugs, sweet friend! I hope you’re well this Saturday. 🙂

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    • Sue Dreamwalker
      May 15, 2016 @ 16:22:12

      Thank you for that Cyndi.. 🙂 who knows one day I may well sit down and complete what Was started Long Ago.. Who can say what the future holds 🙂
      In the mean time I so thank you for your encouraging words

      Love Sue ❤

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  11. IreneDesign2011
    May 14, 2016 @ 16:37:48

    Thank you so very much for sharing your story about Muna with us, Sue 😀
    You are writing so much more than very well and I hope to be able to read the next chapter, if you decide to continue this story. You should write books too, dear friend.
    Much love ❤ Irene

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    • Sue Dreamwalker
      May 15, 2016 @ 16:25:14

      Thank you dear Irene for that lovely comment and feedback of my story.. With so many of you wanting to hear more, and giving me encouragement, you have all given me confidence in my abilities.. Thank You xxx ❤

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  12. AmyRose🌹
    May 14, 2016 @ 17:12:26

    I’m basically on the same page as Van. I’ve got tears in the eyes, a huge lump in my throat and this feeling of just wanting to let loose and cry for eternity. OMG, Sue!! This was compelling, powerful, and with SO many metaphors that can be applied to Life. How tragic this story yet it could be a template for this world at large. I’m still shaken from your words. They hit me deeply.

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    • Sue Dreamwalker
      May 15, 2016 @ 16:32:29

      Dear Amy… Oh I meant not for anyone to cry.. Having it touch you like this is a huge compliment of the power of words as we sift our memories and can often ‘Feel’ the emotions running through the pages another’s thoughts have tapped into.
      Muna in her imaginings over the years I wrote about her became very ‘real’ in my mind, and I think we often tap into those emotions we are familiar with when expressing our thoughts, be in in story or rhyme.
      I deliberately have laced my stories of Muna with many metaphors of life.. As I intended if ever this did get to be published that there is more there within the lines of the story, if one looks..
      I was not surprised dear Amy you would see these throughout.. And I so Soooo thank you for your feedback..
      Many thanks for sharing your thoughts and I hope you have had a pleasant day in your many gardens and have some relaxing time

      Love and Blessings and big Hugs ❤ Sue xx

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  13. bernard25
    May 14, 2016 @ 17:56:22

    Bonjour SUE et bon week-end de Pentecôte

    En cette nouvelle soirée

    Comme un oiseau de tendresse

    Je viens te chanter mon bonjour

    Comme on chante les belles histoires

    Je te peints mes pensées à l’encre de mes mots

    Comme on peint les jolis tableaux

    Je te dessine le contour de mes plus beaux sentiments

    Comme on dessine l’innocence à travers les yeux d’un enfant

    Je t’ai écris ces quelques lignes nappées de bonheur

    Comme on écrit les plus beaux souvenirs

    Je te souhaite une bonne soirée . avec des petits bisous

    AMITIE

    Bernard

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  14. Writing to Freedom
    May 14, 2016 @ 18:28:15

    Wonderful story and lessons Sue. May we open our minds to compassion and seeing the bigger picture. blessings…

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  15. Maria F.
    May 14, 2016 @ 18:29:40

    Hey Sue, what great writing! Imagine this short story with your paintings in a book!

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    • Sue Dreamwalker
      May 15, 2016 @ 16:42:42

      Thank you dear Maria.. I have loved reading ALL of you kind comments today both here and on my Gardening blog.. so thank you again for reading.. So pleased you enjoyed. and yes that is a good idea about paintings with a book xxx

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  16. gageier
    May 14, 2016 @ 21:29:11

    Liebe Sue schöne Pfingsten wünsche ich dir mit vielen lieben Grüße Klaus in Freundschaft

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  17. Karin
    May 14, 2016 @ 21:31:07

    That is a wonderful story, Sue. I enjoyed reading it. How good that Muna could forgive her father after she learned what happened.
    Blessings,
    Karin

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  18. stephensmustang1
    May 15, 2016 @ 00:38:51

    Great story, Sue. Facing our fears is something we all have to do many times in our life. Forgiveness frees our spirits and hearts. Not always easy to do but needed. Thank you for sharing your heart. love and hugs.

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    • Sue Dreamwalker
      May 15, 2016 @ 16:50:28

      You are so right Elizabeth.. Forgiveness is one of the hardest.. but agree once we learn to let go of resentment, judgment and the anger and hatred then we do indeed Free our Souls..
      Much love to you and thank you loads for reading as I know how time is limited for you xxx Hugs Sue ❤

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  19. Lynz Real Cooking
    May 15, 2016 @ 03:01:54

    Love this Sue! another wonderful story! xx

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  20. dgkaye
    May 15, 2016 @ 16:33:13

    Oh wow Sue! What a strong story. This last chapter was layered with emotions. Muna had to know what she feared in her soul and faced it. It didn’t make things easier, only understood. You also reminded me of a time I lived with a same type abuser as Muna’s father. By the grace of God I made a narrow escape.
    I hope Muna’s journey to the future is brighter than the uncertainty of the past that plagued her.
    Just a wonderful story full of messages and eloquently written my friend. ❤ ❤ xoxo

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  21. Somali K Chakrabarti
    May 15, 2016 @ 19:19:42

    This part of the story is packed with so much emotion and wisdom.The way you’ve explained why Muna had the fear of sound and shadows may sort of explain why people have phobia of certain things. You’ve worded it brilliantly Sue. 🙂

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  22. Maniparna Sengupta Majumder
    May 15, 2016 @ 22:23:10

    This chapter was a riveting read. I feel for Muna, how troublesome it must be for her to confront the fact from the past. But as you’ve said, we must face our fears in order to know and eventually overcome it. Muna did the right thing,,,brave girl… 🙂

    The fear of the future- we all have it. I’m waiting to see how you unfold this… 🙂

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    • Sue Dreamwalker
      May 16, 2016 @ 10:14:46

      I wrote many parts to this story a long while ago now.. It was our good friend Nihar who put the idea in mind to share a fiction tale.. 🙂 Muna had to overcome many struggles, as we all do.. Life is a continued path of obstacles we climb over.. Looking back through most of our lives we travel, always learning to grow… As we let go of old conditioning, old friends, and close doors. All so New opportunities can come in.. I hope as we each learn to Let go we can then start anew..

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  23. lorriebowden
    May 16, 2016 @ 01:07:41

    Dear Sue…what profound writing, my friend! Wow…I am amazed that you could weave such intrigue and whimsy into such a sad and powerful tale. I know a little about those kinds of memories…and I know a lot about that kind of fear. Thank you for sharing such important information. I love you my friens…I send you a giant hug and pray for your well being! ♡♡

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    • Sue Dreamwalker
      May 16, 2016 @ 10:23:14

      Dear Lorrie.. so lovely to see you back in blog land dear friend.. and doubly delighted that you enjoyed my little interlude of fiction writing skills.. Thank you and those giant hugs were well received .. Sending lots of love right on back.. Sue ❤ xx

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      • lorriebowden
        May 16, 2016 @ 12:38:58

        Thank you, Sue 🙂 It feels so good to be here. I missed my friends in blog land…it is a place where I have connected with amazing souls who are full of light and love…and you all raise my energy and cause me to see the light in myself!! I have missed you and your beautiful energy. I was away, involved in something that I thought was a dream being realized…and it turned into a nightmare. My soul, though wounded, feels lighter and free…as I realize it tried to warn me…but my brain and ego got in the way. It is all good…I will learn the lessons presented…and I think be a better person because of it! Much love to you, dear soul sister! Blessitude ♡♡

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        • Sue Dreamwalker
          May 18, 2016 @ 12:38:35

          Dearest Lorrie.. I am sure we have all of us been upon a similar path at some point in our lives.. We live, Learn, and Grow my friend.. Just so happy to see you and know that you are well.. and have gained such wisdom through the lessons we all are so often presented with in life.. Love and Blessings returned to you Lorrie and thank you for your lovely visit xxx
          Sue ❤

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          • lorriebowden
            May 18, 2016 @ 13:05:04

            Thank you, Sue 🙂 I am so happy to be alive and LIVING!! It is through our experiences that we learn who we are…and I am thrilled to say that I love me…warts and all…and as this is a relatively new feeling for me I am ecstatic 🙂 Sending lots of love ♡♡♡

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  24. Erika Kind
    May 16, 2016 @ 08:16:01

    Sue, I am amazed by your writings and the insightful details you left in each paragraph. One leading to another. I think it is important to overcome the fear of the past in order to deal differently with the fear for the future! Congrats to this masterpiece, Sue!

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  25. gageier
    May 16, 2016 @ 10:05:59

    Liebe Sue schönen Pfingstmontag, noch haben uns die Eisheiligen voll im Griff aber am Mittwoch soll es ja wärmer werden sei ganz lieb gegrüßt Klaus in Freundschaft

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  26. Maria Wind Talker
    May 16, 2016 @ 22:55:11

    Powerful conclusion and one which emphasises why I feel that evry person alive today is in dire need of a soul retrieval.

    Loved reading the quest, very well written, thought provoking and filled with wisdom. ❤ xxx

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  27. Editor (Retired)
    May 17, 2016 @ 04:32:09

    Thank you, Sue. Important lessons delivered in an interesting story.

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  28. aussieian2011
    May 18, 2016 @ 09:18:00

    A fascinating story and beautifully written, imagery was very vivid following Muna’s journey, enjoyed reading these words that bespeak much wisdom.
    Your definitely a first class writer Sue.
    Cheers.

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  29. Teagan Geneviene
    May 21, 2016 @ 12:31:51

    So very lovely Sue, and vividly told. I love the way you ended it. (For me that’s the hardest part to write — the ending.) Mega hugs!

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  30. Christy Birmingham
    May 24, 2016 @ 18:57:52

    Muna has had to deal with a lot… Her vision was helpful… It is indeed so easy to judge but we must resist the urge and allow everyone respect… Thank you for the riveting chapter to read!

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    • Sue Dreamwalker
      May 29, 2016 @ 10:22:42

      Hi dear Christy. thank you my friend, so lovely to see you, apologies for only just getting back to you.. I have had major Computer problems that were in need of repairing.. But so good to be back on my blog again.. 🙂 Thank you for reading and for that lovely feedback.. I so appreciate your friendship and comments.. 🙂
      Sue

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  31. Ka Malana@Fiestaestrellas.com
    May 26, 2016 @ 15:42:41

    Thank you for sharing, Sue! Muna is a gifted little girl who really came to find the truth within the process of its readiness to be revealed. How wonderful in this tale how she is supported and guided into her own strength (courageously facing her fears) and shown through into a great place of compassion for her father with her willingness to bear witness to the truth! I enjoyed my read and feel grateful for whatever inspiration you had to renew this story and share it for us here. ❤
    Blessings to my dear friend xo
    Ka

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    • Sue Dreamwalker
      May 29, 2016 @ 10:07:00

      Hi Ka.. and so nice to be able at last to get to answer your comment. I think the Universe was enforcing some time away from the world of Blog.. As my PC had to go in for major repairs.. So today is the first day back in my world of blog..
      Thank you for that lovely response to the story of Muna’s Vision Quest.. I was happy to be re-sharing something I wrote some time ago.. and may yet one day try to finish.. 🙂 I hope you are well and enjoying your weekend.. You know I will be getting to your blog eventually.. 🙂 Right now I think it will take me all day just to catch up with comments left here at Dreamwalker’s 🙂 Much love sent your way Ka.. ❤ Sue xxx

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  32. Tom Merriman
    May 28, 2016 @ 20:12:13

    Hi Sue… such a fabulous, well-written tale. Muna facing her fears and finding out ‘secrets’ from the past – it was a nice and sad revelation all the same. I loved the descriptions, especially the old wooden door cloaked in mist that instilled a fearful chill as I read along. I also liked the descriptions of the animals, and how some give their lives so others can live… a nice way of putting something that seems so very cruel.
    I read all of the remaining chapters in one go this afternoon on my mobile phone, but can only comment now. I can feel a quest all of my own coming on… I’ll have to look further into this though, before jumping straight in.
    I hope your computer problems are sorted – I had another glitch yesterday which seemed to be temporary.
    And I look forward to reading the next part of Muna’s tale, and to seeing what her future holds in store for her.
    Hope you’re having a good weekend, Sue. Apologies for this long comment, but I’m trying to catch up and thought one overall comment may be a little quicker!

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    • Sue Dreamwalker
      May 29, 2016 @ 09:42:37

      Tom, thank you so very much for taking the time to read the whole series of posts of The Vision Quest., I so appreciate that you did and took the time to leave me your great feedback of the story..
      As you can see I now have my computer back.. Its been Very poorly and I had to have a new hard drive installed. Which meant I lost even my back up. Thankfully last year when my PC memory was getting full, I transfered lots of data to a passport type hard drive.. So thankfully I didn’t lose my poetry .. I think the Universe was delivering a message yet again.. And never apologies for a long comment, I am famous for them 🙂 lol.
      Hope you have a lovely holiday weekend.
      Sue ❤

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