What begins innocently enough, unfolds to reveal an apocalyptic vision. On this eve of the Winter Solstice, the day the Mayan predicted cosmic change, Jeane’s dream offers a premonition of a world too far out of balance to be corrected. Is this true? As the wise man said, “We’ll see.” (At the end of this post there are instructions and a link to download this recording to your computer.)
Jeane: My dreams just seemed frustrating. First I’m going somewhere, and I’m going to be riding there in the back of a pickup truck.
It’s kind of a party I have to go to with some other people. Because I’m riding in the back of this truck, I have one eye-tooth that’s a partial tooth and it breaks off, so I have to put the tooth in my pocket, and then I think I’ve lost it. Actually, I haven’t lost it. I find it in my pocket again.
Now I feel like I’m going to the party and I can’t smile because it’ll show I’m missing a tooth. Then I get out of the truck and I realize for some reason my shoes are missing, so this guy reluctantly agrees to take me back, but it doesn’t seem like we ever get there. We turn around and we go back to the party.
Now I’m looking for a bathroom to try to put my tooth back, but I need a mirror. So, I go into the bathroom, and it’s a room that the woman must use to paint some things on, because I almost knock over these things on a wall, and I realize that they’re some kind of a construct of things that have been painted, and they’re really kind of interesting but I make them not as solid as they were, so I’m trying to spread them out and make them look right again.
That takes a few minutes, but I seem to get them straightened up, and I’m very careful so I continue walking. I go over to the bathroom, but the bathroom’s kind of open to the room and it’s rather strange. It’s like I walk into the part where you would expect a toilet to be and there’s no toilet.
The toilet you have to kind of walk around in this circular pattern that’s up above, in an open area in the room, and that’s where the toilet is, but now three or four other people have come in the room, some guys actually, and they’re lined up.
Well, obviously no one can use the toilet because it’s so much in view, so I leave that room. I went in there to use the mirror. I leave the room but as I try to leave the room I suddenly notice my foot has something stuck on the bottom.
Now I’m wearing slippers and they had something stuck on them and they’d stuck to three old posters this person had bought somewhere, which had some cracks in them, and now because my slipper is kind of sticky it’s making it worse. It’s tearing them a little bit.
I sit down and I have to kind of carefully try to take whatever is sticky off my shoe or slipper and not tear the posters more, but it does tear them a tiny bit. And then I’m trying to see if I can make that look better when the woman comes over who’s at the house.
And I don’t remember much more of that dream except it shifts and I remember that now I’ve got a Collie that’s sick, and the Collie’s lying down and panting like mad.
John: The secret to the whole dream is you start off riding in the back of a truck, not in the front.
A pickup truck is kind of masculine by nature, and you’re riding in the back in almost like a reduced role, like you’re subservient to the masculine. In the dream, the self image of you is reduced to see how it is that you will relate or react.
So, in other words, if your position in life was something that was subservient to the masculine, which is kind of like the condition of the feminine in creation, it’s not able to quite be how it needs to be. It kind of has a reduced role. Every now and then it flares up, realizing that something might be switching to a type of attention or mannerism that takes it more into account.
And you’ve got all of this talk about how the feminine is part of the emerging light around the world and all of that, and that the age you’re shifting into including that more. What if that turns out to be entirely wrong?
What if because nothing can shift, and the feminine can’t do anything, it’s back to the fact that things are breaking down, and as they break down you have reactions, and the reactions are masculine reactions? But because the feminine principle, which can function as a container and a wholeness to things, isn’t able to be herself in terms of holding creation in place, in terms of making steps and shifts in consciousness with the role of creation and creator.
And so as things are falling back, then that reduces the feminine’s importance or role because the chaos of things just becomes overwhelming and you lose a certain sensibility. And if it gets like that, then the eye, like the eye tooth, the eye of yourself, only this is the eye that is able to open up and become more of a Wholeness or a presence in things; this has a double entendre meaning.
Taken as a literal eye, meaning a type of ego, you lose yourself. Taking it as a role that has to find itself in relationship to being in creation, with a part to play, it can’t find it. Then every aspect of it continues to keep going awry. Once it has lost a sensibility of how it can feel and relate to itself, and everything is discombobulated, it stays discombobulated.
You can’t find privacy in order to feel your own spatiality. You can’t go into a bathroom. You think you have to do something. Instead, you went there to look at things, to look at the mirror. Everything more or less becomes an impediment to you being able to relate or correlate with yourself.
So if things are really breaking down, and it is falling apart, and it is becoming more in the other direction now, where the teacher’s even said, that in the next era, or the next phase of man, the earth is going to be destroyed by fire. Well, fire is light. Everything is going to go and have to be into a transmuted state – more like that of light.
Well, that’s a quality of the masculine. In other words it’s not a contracted, it’s an expanded quality where creation goes poof!, and is transformed because energy is neither created nor destroyed. And then that’s got to be very, very hard on the feminine.
The masculine principle always thinks that that’s okay, that it can embrace something like that, but the masculine is used to aspiring to something that is outside of itself, that is transcendent, and kind of gets this idea of that being something like light. But the play was meant to be something that included creation itself, and that the feminine principle was part of that creation to make the whole thing kind of be counter reflective, so that the masculine didn’t take its attention and point it all just going into light.
The feminine was there to show that the principle of the divine could be seen within the element of creation itself, but if something has veiled that and blocked that, then everything about the feminine role becomes basically, repressed, suppressed.
If you take this to an extreme, you take and you look at how all of the spiritual teachers basically have mostly women, two thirds, three quarters women, one quarter, one third at best men, and then you look at this sort of thing becoming something in which the possibility and potentiality of what could happen for creation has been obliterated in some fashion, and that something else is emerging in terms of more of a quality in which the energy is being transmuted.
In other words, it’s not so much an attention upon pulling something down in terms of creation, it’s a transformation – kind of like Einstein said energy is neither created nor destroyed – and that something is about to happen, and we have to have the “as above, so below,” and we have to the microcosm and the macrocosm being the same, and that in a grain of sand you have the universe. You have to have all of those principles working in terms of something that is shifting.
And then I guess the spiritual concept, and realization, and recognition, had always been that you were switching more to an era of where something about creation, and respect for Mother Earth, and all of that was going to come into cohesion. But maybe it has run its course.
A dream like that scares one because it tends to suggest that may be so, in which case the feminine is left astir again because it isn’t able to live or play or be the role of an overallness, here, in terms of pulling something, revealing something, in terms of her Wholeness, from the aspect of creation.
It’s like that can get all unconstellated in some fashion, in terms of the shift. And so if this were really that hopeless, and that dire, and if it really was something like that that’s going on, then the feminine has, that aspect of energy has, is essentially all a scramble again.
It had held a potentiality that isn’t going to take place. In other words, not only is something not going to evolve or shift, but it could be, as the teacher has implied, mass extinction, whatever that might mean. If that was literal in some fashion, that is not good for creation, and that’s not good for the feminine in terms of the role that she takes in terms of holding something together and ushering in something that changes in relationship to creation.
So a dream like that has amazing ramifications in terms of what it implies, and it will be interesting to see if other women start feeling things like, that because if they do, it’s like the teacher was saying, and it’s mostly a statement for women, is they have to sit there and feel the responsibility of what has transpired and take that deep, deep, deep into their psychic genes, embedded energetic, for something that isn’t to be, here or now, but would be something in the cosmic order of things eons and eons hence.
So a dream that keeps doing what you’re doing, over and over again, is shutting off and cutting out every role and aspect of the feminine energy, is what it sounds like. I should be alarmed by that dream except, somehow or another, I’m starting to ponder that it could be that way myself.
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