Turning The Golden Key by Focusing on God

“I’m in bed and drifting off to sleep, listening to the crash of waves and the gentle tones of people talking around a campfire. Tap, tap, tap, tap. I’m jolted back to consciousness. I sigh, and then let go again. I hope to return to the relaxing beach that had been swimming into focus in dreamland. Tap, tap, tap, tap. My heart is racing. I realize my roommate is home. My jaw is clenched. I feel like pounding on the wall. Pound, pound, pound, I think. I’m grim because I think it would be unreasonable of me to speak out to my roommate who is simply unwinding from a long day. Then I remember, God is within both of us. I imagine myself hugging my roommate, a quick mind movie where I am appreciating them. I thank God for my roommate. I take a long deep breath in and let it go. I hear my roommate grunt as if they’ve suddenly discovered something they hadn’t understood before. They aren’t aware that I’ve just “Golden Key’d” them, but it sort of sounded like they did! I fall asleep and stay asleep.”