Disrespecting Life

separationContinuing the theme that was explored in A Common Illusion, Jeane’s next dreams further the scenario by showing what happens when the masculine and feminine principles, within, aren’t accepted and in sync. As John says, “this is were all the problems begin.” (At the end of this post there are instructions and a link to download this recording to your computer.)

Jeane: One scene in this next dream, it’s like I go back to visit some place where I’ve worked before, and I notice that they have more women. But now, when I’m sitting there, just a couple of men come in; it feels like a medical setting.

I’m joking with them, where I’m wondering where the women are, because I know there are other women working in the facility. But in the place where I used to work, right now it feels like it’s just filled with men.

And now I have to go out in the corridors, or other places, to find the women.

John: Basically, what you’re describing is one of the reasons why things have such a problem, is that on the inner levels, where healing and transformation are seemingly possible in the realms of creation, that somehow or another the feminine principle, which is actually everywhere and all around, but the catalyst of it, the part that is important to facilitating the magical unfoldment, that’s the catalyst, that’s the spark plug for the magical unfoldment of creation, it’s kept in an outer corridor, so that the willfulness, the power and control, the perceptions of the masculine, as it sees things that need to be done, is not able to take on and is not utilizing itself.

In other words, it doesn’t have the full picture. It is utilizing a perception that is off the ground because only the feminine principle in a scenario that carries the Wholeness, and the masculine would always be carrying in a memo, or a seed thought that, without the feminine principle to interject, to relay, to sustain, to maintain the Wholeness then you end up with something that appears to go astray.

What appears to go astray is that, what is able to open up and connect, in terms of the Wholeness, tends to stay deviated in terms of reactionariness. In other words, there is a loss of presence, actual true presence. True presence occurs by the principle of an overallness able to contain the energetics of seed energy of the masculine, which is ungrounded. And the result of that then is an effect that is true healing in that it takes on a responsibility over the whole of the universe.

Jeane: The last scene it seems like I’ve been busy. There is a man that’s like an acquaintance but maybe we also might be flirting with a relationship, but there doesn’t seem to be much time.

We’ve both gone somewhere where we have adjoining rooms, and maybe we both have to go somewhere at a certain hour, so it’s not like we’re actually seeing each other.

And then it must be that someone comes into my room from his room, and it’s two women I know and we visit a little while. I know when I go to the door I have to put on and take off the robe I’m wearing, and I notice the price tag is still on it.

When I visit with the two women, even though they can only stay a few minutes, I suddenly get the impression that the vibe is a little off, because one of them probably actually wants to go out with him and is becoming aware that I’m meeting with him in the morning or something, or that I have some kind of a relationship with him, and that’s bothering her but she never says anything.

They leave and I’m pondering that. I think I must decide that I have to call him but he’s already left, and we do have a time when we’re meeting in the morning. That’s about all I remember from that dream.

John: Whenever there’s the perception of something being separate, then there are all the games that come into play to try to maintain the appearances, and to support the idea that there’s something that can be lost and something that can be found. And what all of that does is it spurs on the neuroses of things, which lead to consequences.

This being the initial impulses and those initial impulses then lead to consequences that when magnified turn into ideas of protectionism, fear, power, control, loss, all of the kinds of dense reactions that are supported by the idea that one is suffering or affected by a loss, as opposed to the recognition that everything is intertwined and that everything is knowable and known, and that nothing is really hidden.

But when we think that something can be found or realized, if we go off on some agenda of separation on our own, that this will get us somewhere. When we take and do that, that’s when we start all of the problems, as opposed to, if one recognized that everything comes together as One, and everything has always been One, it doesn’t come together, it always has been One.

But the idea that it has to come together is actually part of the problem, because then that means that there are these choices, and these mannerisms, that have to be contended with or maintained.

When you have that sort of thing going on, then you’re going to have a slow and steady breakdown because you’re disrespecting what life is really all about. You’re choosing to act as if you’re somehow separate from the Whole, as if you’re a unique body that’s distinct from the Whole body, as opposed to a cell in one body that works and functions in conjunction with the Whole.

Even though we can know this, we still go through the motions and commotions, as if somehow or another a break like that, in some fashion, actually exists.


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