Jeane: In the main dream I had, it seems like there are two primary ways to approach getting something done, and they are both represented by a small cloud, which has, I think, four appendages hanging from it.
If you move this cloud, or shake it, in a certain way, the appendages fall in a certain pattern and that represents a situation where something has been completed. I could get this procedure to the point where it was very consistent and well timed (that’s what I was aiming for), but each time the cloud had to be moved a little differently.
I could get it so that the timing between the two different ways, and the results, were very, very close, and either one of those two ways really worked well in the situation.
There was a third way that some people were trying, but that was an option that I didn’t think should be used. I spent a lot of time working the first two ways to see if I could gain more accuracy, or if one way was better than the other.
What I discovered was that the difference between those two was so minute that I really couldn’t tell.
John: You mean between the first and second ways?
Jeane: Yes. The third way, even though some people thought it produced a better result, was too rigid. I’m not sure what exactly was wrong with it, but it really wasn’t the best way to do it, so I just played with the other two for a long time.
John: So it doesn’t sound like you found an answer.
Jeane: Well, either of the first two options seemed okay. The third way wasn’t as useful.
John: Did the third one involve too radical a shift?
Jeane: Yes, it didn’t seem to work in the long run.
John: So, what do you think you’re describing? Are you describing something that’s a precursor, in terms of the outer, in the sense that there’s going to be some sort of backlash? You have this process where two ways seem to keep things in a state of equilibrium, yet there is also the presence of a third way, a bit more radical, which points to the idea that the equilibrium can’t last. The third option points to something more that needs to become awakened into life.
Jeane: Well, I would say that there are several ways it could work, but there’s a third way that seems too rigid to work.
John: If you were to try to relate this image to something in the outer world (that may have triggered it) what to you feels like it’s too rigid? Is it the military rule in this country (Egypt)?
Jeane: Yes, I feel like that’s too controlling.
John: That would be too controlling: it’s the power of the masculine and its ongoing attempts to control the re-awakening of the insights of the past. And where is the heart that exists – on some level – that sits here with no one paying any attention to it, and hardly anyone even recognizing it – not just here but throughout the world?
Jeane: I actually had another dream that I think had more heart in it.
John: So there’s something else yet to come. What’s being said through this first image is that you’re trying to sort something out, which can then be shaped or brought into existence.
John: And in this first dream, you haven’t really found a good answer. You know more about what shouldn’t happen, rather than how the existing dynamic should play out.
So your next dream is going to zoom in closer, I suspect.