Jeane: So, in the next dream, there are three huge dogs; they’re almost the size of wolfhounds. One is white and the other two are darker and they’ve got red eyes. They’re bad dogs, and they’ve destroyed or torn up some people or things that they’ve come upon. They are after me, but I don’t quite seem to know that yet.
I get in a car and I’m traveling toward home. I’ve been out camping and I have a bunch of stuff in the car. Just as I reach my hometown, to a street not far from where my house is, something happens and parts fall off under the car – like the muffler and the oil pan. That may even cause the back wheels to drop off so that the car rolls over to the side.
I notice a garage not too far away and pull over. A woman…
John: Where are the dogs now?
Jeane: The dogs are coming. They’re probably causing mayhem along the way. A woman in a car with a couple of little girls offers me a ride, but before we get in the car the dogs arrive. There are three of them and they are huge, with red eyes.
They are bad dogs and I want to get some help. There are some older, retired people who come outside, but I want to shoo them inside. The little girls are with me now and I’m doing something to try to stay between them and the dogs. The dogs come toward us as if to charge, but then are backing off.
Feeling I must do something to cause a distraction, I take the little girls to a stairway I see on my right and shoo them up it before the dogs realize where we’ve gone. I feel like the dogs will come and the place will catch on fire because of their energy – it’s like they are hounds from hell.
When I get the girls upstairs we go through a door and suddenly we’re in this room, transported back to old France where people are wearing ball gowns. They walk in a stately way, as if they’re going to their seats for a show and they’re holding their programs, which are huge and painted.
These people are not moving fast enough and this is really confusing me. I feel we have to move fast and get out of this room because the dogs could come in at any moment. That’s when I wake up.
John: So it’s like a shock treatment: you get a shock and you progress to another state, then another shock and you progress to another state.
This is a consequence of the vehicle you’re driving (which is you) – the way you’re holding onto it, it is just falling apart. It lacks something in terms of a connection and a consequence, the energetic of which should be supporting you.
Dogs are said to be man’s best friend, but you’ve got hellhounds that are stalking you. As bad as that looks, it does provide you with these shocks and shifts, where you flash to this and flash to that.
You can keep getting shocked – and will keep getting shocked – until you recognize and realize how to hold onto a particular note and do it for yourself. You have to hold onto this inner note so that external events no longer alarm you.
That inner note safeguards and protects you, but until you hit that note and hold onto it, you’re going to experience these shocks.
So now we have three dreams in the same night. The first showed the confusion of the woman who was arrested, and you were unable to sort out the facts because the confusion was coming from your own disconnection from inner guidance.
Then we had the beagles with the blue fur being led around, which is another aspect of you not being guided from within, but from the external (you’re on a leash).
And now we have the hellhounds stalking you. These images are all a result of your own flip-flopping internally. You are attempting to make a journey towards something, but you are unable to do that in an open and free way as you would if you were listening to your inner guidance.
Guidance is something that you can hear inside; you get it and you know. There is discernment to it, and by your needing to be led you have created a limitation by cutting down on your flexibility and flow.
As a consequence, you don’t have the wholeness of yourself. Yet somehow you are striving to hear it. The thing of it is, what is causing this feeling of terror, this feeling of being hounded, is the energetic of this connected wholeness within you. It is your resistance to it – your inability to let go and trust it – that creates the feeling of terror.
Instead of running from it (you may get in a car, but you see that the wheels fall off), you have to take it in and let it catch up to you. You have to flow at that pace. Otherwise, you see that you will keep shocking yourself along the way, snapping from one state to another, as one does when they react to every bump in life.
It appears to you as a dream of terror, but it’s designed to get you to let go, to stop reacting to things, and instead to submit to whatever it is that you are subjected to, because in your natural wholeness you can take it all in.
These images are showing you that you are not letting go yet. You are still “traveling toward” something, but you are not yet “traveling in it.” When you begin to travel in it, its treasures are naturally revealed and opened up as guidance, as opposed to being led.
All three dreams are portraying a certain state and condition in which you’ve got to feel yourself, and carry yourself, in terms of how you experience your process and how you live your process at this time.