These boots are made for dancing....
I happened to be teaching art in a very prestigious company from the financial district of the city. Their headquarters occupied a whole modern high-rise building, flooded with light both natural and artificial and well decorated with contemporary art of various styles. What surprised me was the amount of gold fittings used profusely in many areas - from door handles to extravagant chandeliers, and part of the furniture. It quickly dawned on me that this company was also operating as a luxurious hotel, with a couple of suites at the back of the boardrooms and conference halls. It felt strange but I accepted it as such. I was delighted that many employees had decided to join my art sessions, and the general mood of this company was one of cheerfulness.
At some point I needed to go to a different section of the company to check something. I went to take the glass elevator in the central part of the building which moved swiftly from floor to floor with a very muffled sound. Most of the inner walls in this building were glass panels so you could have a bird’s view of the different sections and offices. As I made my way through a labyrinth of corridors and open-plan areas I noticed that some meeting rooms had turned into dance halls. I could hear the sound of Tango in one, and saw a few employees making an attempt at trying the precise steps. They were all elegantly dressed, even more than you would normally expect from the classical dress code of office workers. I myself was wearing black suede ankle boots with high heels covered in faux leopard-skin. On a floor below several people were dressed rather differently in rockabilly outfits, and they were jiving to the music sound of the 50s in one of the boardrooms, lights flashing at the rhythm of their steps. I thought it was great, and what a treat and honour to work for such company! I soon heard that I had also been assigned to teach dance sessions as well as art, and I became quite excited at the idea. I quickly started planning in my head the style I would teach, which would be freestyle and very rhythmic. I do not have experience in teaching dance anyway, therefore it had to be more improvisational. The whole time I remember navigating in this sophisticated building with a feeling of success in my heart and being affluent.
The following morning upon waking up I checked my post and was so pleased to open an email announcing that I had made a very substantial sale of one of my artwork. I intuitively understood that my subconscious was already tuning in to the energy of my reality, and it was such a beautiful way to wake up. I therefore told myself ‘trust your dreams and make them a reality’.
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