Yesterday, Jeane’s dream showed an inner duel between holding onto personal mannerisms, or letting go to her higher self. Today, the images show her taking a harder stance within, refusing to allow her old ways of being to prevent her on her spiritual journey. (At the end of this post there are instructions and a link to download this recording to your computer.)
Jeane: In this next dream, it’s almost like I was trying to go over the other dream (see Personal Mannerisms) to pull it out because it was hard to describe the dynamic. And then I drifted into this image, where it feels like I’m getting ready to depart from somewhere, with people who feel like they’re family.
Someone comes into the room so I go away from them into the next room, which is the living room. And there’s a young woman who has been planning on going with us, and I have to tell her she can’t come with us, and not only can’t she come, but if she tries to come with us, first we’ll rebuff her, or we’ll direct something against her. But then it’ll get to a point where we would have to shoot her, or she’d have to shoot us.
I’m just being really clear that she can’t come with us.
John: What you’re doing is, you took the first dream, where you carried a particular mannerism, and you were required to feel that mannerism and identify with what it’s like to have to maintain this particular motif for your own self image, and idea of comfortability.
Taking that to the next step, you recognize that that’s a type of putrefaction, to have to be that way. And so now you’ve turned this upon yourself and you’re saying, and recognizing, that this is standing in the way of you becoming more. And that quality can’t be there for you to go into this greater spaciousness, which doesn’t have some subtle definition factored into the equation.
And so it’s like your higher self is saying to you now that you’re going to have to be shot. In other words, this part can’t go. It’s not allowed into this particular space. It’s kind of got a double entendre meaning, it’s like your first dream had a reverb in it too.
The dreams last night all had reverbs in them, meaning there was a part that you yo-yoed back and forth with, and back and forth with, and equivocated with, and equivocated with, as if you still needed to hold this set mannerism or pattern.
In the first dream, it’s one way, and the second dream is kind of like the reverb, double entendre. What does it mean to be shot, or to be killed, or something like that happening? In other words, there’s one way of trying to look at it from the standpoint okay, it can’t appreciate this greater overallness if you try to take this other, and if you try to come with it, then you’re not allowed of course, which is like a type of being denied or shot.
The double entendre is, of course, to let go of that. To lose that is like a type of dying, or being shot, as well, because you’re no longer maintaining an appearance, or a persona, that you have always maintained as a projection that you’re comfortable with in terms of going forward. Well, you can’t be comfortable with this. You can’t rely upon this anymore, and so that has to die, or be shot, killed, or however that is to occur.
Jeane: After that I did have a dream that I just didn’t pull out. The impression that I remember of it is almost like if you had aliens partying. I just can’t remember enough of it. It was murky.
John: All you’re trying to do in that last dream is, in the way you use aliens from before, is to try to recognize this whole other space that you would be, if you didn’t have that other in the way, which like a shift, making a huge shift in your being, and that’s still a little bit foreign to you.
It’s conceptual that you can recognize the significance, but it’s foreign in terms of actually being able to be there and live it.
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