The Game Changer

John: I had two dreams and, when I woke up, I was remembering one in which there was a set order to things. Everyone had a certain way that they had to play something out. I could understand and function in relationship to that, but then all of a sudden the second dream just popped right in.

Of course I thought the one that I remembered when I first awoke was the important one, but it wanted to fade to the background because the second one was quite loud.

In this one a young girl who has spent most of her life on a science fair project tells me not to get rid of a young piglet that’s dead in a swampy ditch on the corner. There’s a house and on the corner is a ditch that catches the water runoff from the fields.

This little piglet has washed in and it’s dead, floating in the water. The girl is telling me not to do anything with this piglet because she needs to keep the conditions in the area undisturbed. She has to report everything about her science project including this unexpected event that has occurred.

I’m hearing what she wants, but I’m concerned about the piglet decaying in the water. It’s going to rot and I’m not getting any assurance from the girl in terms of when the animal will be taken away. 

My feeling is I shouldn’t have to put up with the smell when this thing decays. It’s going to be horrendous. You can’t just leave something like that out there in the open, even though it’s floating in the water.

At the same time I’m torn because I don’t want the girl to be seen as having done something wrong in terms of her project because she has put so much time into it. I know that it’s important to her that the piglet remains because if anything were to change it will cause her results to be compromised. 

I’m sitting and wondering, trying to sort this out: What is she really feeling about this? Does she feel it’s an embarrassment that this animal died after all the time on her project? Or is some part of her elated with this result and she wants to report it even though it was totally unexpected? Is it affecting the result if this were to be taken away? Is it part of the experiment for others to review the result? 

Will the people in charge discover that there’s been some tampering and determine that the whole project has been a disaster?  

It finally emerges that this result is important to the way her project is perceived. I cringe, but this girl needs the supervisors to take note of the effect as they assess the science project from beginning to end.

The meaning here is that the end result of every journey in life is the death of the idea that what we are living in is real. In my case, I’m like the baby pig because I’m not being conscious of some inner indulgence and, as a result, I’m damming up or contaminating the flow.

This is how the superiors (higher energies) read my energetic condition. The state that I’m in is unconsciously affecting an inner potential. So this state is shown as a rotting condition in the outer life that can stink up the immediate area I exist in.

So the piglet’s death, as disturbing in appearance as it may seem in terms of an outer perspective, is not seen as disturbing from a higher perspective. From an elevated view, the death of a pig is an important component. It’s part of an inner design. When it happens it’s actually a monumental event that can’t be ignored. Such an event is a game changer, a thing to be noted. It is showing that part of me is making a transition from one state to another.

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