Cloud Dispersion and Cloud Meaning
The following article was built around a question from Mike. He asked about what clouds mean, and the symbolism behind the movement of clouds.
Question about clouds from Mike: “My story is of using my sight and mind to perform cloud-dispersal, sometimes called cloud-busting. I don’t like the word bust, because it sounds destructive. What I actually feel is energy displacement, or movement.
I discovered this “talent” about 7 years ago, after my wife and I moved to our lake home in northern Minnesota from the Twin Cities. I’ve demonstrated this ability to many people, who are surprised by it.
Several times, while performing this ability, I’ve seen cloud ‘pictures‘ form in the sky, which are very distinct. Once there was a woman holding her arm up in a waving position. Another time there was a child rolling a ball.
This ability has widened my view of the connection we have with nature. I have a scientifically-oriented frame of mind, so I find myself conflicted at times when trying to explain this ability. I think of the possibility of something taking place on a quantum level which we don’t quite understand as yet, but of course I really don’t know. Another idea I have is that of being able to sub-consciously anticipate which clouds are going to disappear. Perhaps this is a lost ‘sense’ that we all share.
This is my story, a story of an amazing phenomenon that should be appreciated, and perhaps studied. I’m sure that others have this same ‘talent’. I’d like to hear from others who do.
“There are no rules of architecture for a castle in the clouds.”
Avia’s Response to Mike’s
“Cloud Dispersion – Cloud Meaning” Question
Thank you for this fascinating contribution. As usual, I have a few things to add – lol. 🙂
For me, cloud meaning revolves around these key concepts:
- Latent Creativity
- Veiled Information
- Divine Communication
Seems to me these key concepts are keenly linked to the potential of cloud dispersion.
According to other accounts I’ve received and my own experience, clouds symbolically represent feelings of initiation, the beginning of a procession, the start of the parable that is the corresponding suit.
This kind of “initiatory” feeling combined with cloud meaning prompts a symbolism of epiphany. Have you ever suddenly been struck “out of the blue” with an utterly delicious idea? From out of nowhere it comes – like magic! Clouds, and perhaps even cloud dispersion has an energy of revelation to me. A conveyance of “out of nowhere” – a feeling of magic and wonder.
Mike, I think your experience with cloud dispersion exemplifies this kind of explosive potential.
To the subconscious, cloud meanings are replete with:
- Mysteries waiting to be explored.
- Deeper symbolism ripe for the picking.
- Cushy playgrounds exclusively designed for creative play/function.
There is a symbolic language spoken in all things, including airy-ephemeral clouds. It is our perception of them within the context of the environment that formulates translation.
Mike, your cloud dispersion practice is (in my opinion) a brilliant illustrationof how humans can manipulate reality. Specifically, how the power of the mind (focus, intent) can accomplish remarkable things.
Imagine how much transformation humans could accomplish if we used the same mind-power to shape global pollution into global healing? Transforming abuse into love? Shaping social intolerance into empathy?
I’m including a few links about cloud meaning, sky symbolism and more for further research if interested. I believe that if we tap into the deeper symbolic meaning of clouds, we can have a more profound experience in cloud dispersion. At the very least, we can connect more intimately with Nature, which is always a high-yield experience. 🙂
Thank you, Mike for sharing this post about cloud dispersion on the discussion forum (and thanks for indulging me a few moments to discuss the symbolic cloud meaning).
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