You are a priest who is taking in the experiences of destruction through the head of prophesy. (***perhaps this means you are receiving prophetic messages about destruction) And He (Yahushua***) says, “Humankind is like a wise fisherman who cast his net into the sea and drew it up from the sea full of little fish. Among them the wise fisherman discovered a fine large fish. He threw all the little fish back into the sea and with no difficulty chose the large fish. Whoever has ears to hear should hear. (***Perhaps this means that you are eating “The Big Fish” or seeing “The Big Picture”?***). You enjoy (or will enjoy) the sweetness of living in the fields/woods/wilderness. This could be literal or symbolic like in Revelation 12:6. As long as you remained in the Father’s Thought-that is, while you were in the hidden depth-the Depth himself certainly knew you, but you on your part were incapable of knowing the depth in which you yourself were in, nor could you know yourself or anything else. He (Yah) withholds the perfection for a time. Having kept it in His mind from the beginning, He possesses it from the beginning and looks at it, but He conceals it for those who have come forth form Him. (***Perhaps “the sweetness” is coming to know yourself and TMH Father***) Some say, “We are faithful,” in order that they may escape unclean spirits and demons. For if they had the Holy Spirit, no unclean spirit could grab them. Yahushua says, “Show me the stone that the builders rejected: that is the cornerstone.” Isaiah 66 King James Version (KJV) 66 Thus saith the Lord, The heaven is my throne, and the earth is my footstool: where is the house that ye build unto me? and where is the place of my rest? You experience renewal and regeneration in the meadow/woods. In effect, a meadow is not symbolic of anything of the spirit, it is a place for the spirit (***it’s your sweet spot***)– a place to rest and revive, reflect and recuperate. Whether you are having a spiritual experience whilst alive or have died, the purpose is the same. It is only temporary, however, the implication is always that once revived we must ‘move on’. There are no ‘people’ in the meadows of heaven, or houses or any forms of habitation, the meadow is free of everything that represents physical living, survival and everyday life. Furthermore, the meadows of heaven are quiet places. You may ‘feel’ a warm wind, but you will hear virtually nothing, they are places of total peace and tranquillity. The sun is always shining, there may be white fluffy clouds to make the sky appealing, but the place is warming and cheering, no threats. And there are often numerous flowers, nature at its best and most uncultivated, the grass is usually fairly long, the flowers all in flower and numerous, again a symbol of a ‘man-free’ environment one untouched by physical interference.Thus by being in a meadow, we are symbolically free from physical cares and free to reflect in quiet.