The Mother Ship

Jeane: In this dream we’re in outer space. I’ve gone down either to another ship or another planet and the man I’m with is still in a smaller ship.

There’s a mother ship and the man has a smaller spaceship, and then I’m down in another area. I can’t tell if I’m in a smaller space ship or if I’m actually down on a planet. I can’t remember that. The problem is we’re making a move to another planet and we need to have supplies approved by his mother who’s in between the mother ship and his ship.

His mother’s not completely on board with the move, so she’s not approving some of the supplies we need, which seem to be these silver objects and things. I’ve tried to persuade her. I’m not having much luck, but suddenly I get this bright idea that a lot of the supplies we need are smaller items that probably fit in the petty cash category. Items in that category can just be ordered without approval, i.e., we don’t have to go through his mother. 

In that way I can get the supplies to him. I know it’s not an ideal solution. It would be a lot better if the mother would just recognize what was needed and give it to us, but she’s not doing that. It’s the best plan I can come up with that solves the problem.

John: What you’re doing is describing a change, or shift, in the energetic nature of your own being. In this shift you are going away from what had been a stable, centered base of operations, i.e., the mother ship. And what you’re attempting to do can be seen as having an important quality in terms of the human condition.

In other words, there are certain things that one can do that will be accepted, but other things require a higher approval. In terms of the big picture, you are moving away from what had been your center and, as a consequence, the next place, or quality, you are moving into has not yet been fully approved, or fully recognized.

It’s a mixed message, because even though there’s a certain depth in terms of it all, it needs something more for it to fully come together. Within that you are given a bit of latitude – the smaller items – that can facilitate your ability to keep inching forward.

So you are in a transition within your self where you’re able to make little steps towards the transitioning (you’re able to get the smaller items). You’re able to put together certain things that need to be in the container (you), and that aspect is allowed or is accepted.

However, what really needs to be there – the bigger items – have not yet been made known to you. So there is a provision that is made for the smaller aspects to be given because it’s not part of some primary guidance. The primary guidance behind it all still hasn’t fully come through.

Perhaps the reason full guidance hasn’t come through is because there is often a limitation caused by internal fears when you throw yourself outside of the home base (your center of gravity). There’s a certain kind of sorrow in what it means to let go of that mother ship.

It’s a sorrow that suggests, or implies, that the full orders for what’s next haven’t been blessed in terms of your understanding, or in terms of your grasp of the linkage.

So it’s an interesting space to be sitting in, recognizing that you’re going away from the center, but not yet cleared for the complete transition.

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