The Inner Cadence

M.C.-EscherJohn’s second dream of the night (see The Cumulative Effect), continues the exploration of what it means for the masculine and feminine to come together to find a merged state. It is only through such merging that the energies that effect change can come through.  (At the end of this post there are instructions and a link to download this recording to your computer.)

John: In the second dream, it’s very short. There was a lot of deep meaning, if I’d have pulled it out, but I didn’t.

But what I saw as the winning object has moved. There’s a problem bringing it back onto the pedestal. It’s almost as if something starts to float off the ground, and so then a lot of attention can be done where it can be put onto a temporary pedestal, but it’s not really situated or locked in. It can tip off of it, or it can move off of it so you can’t really use this as a solid piece.

So that’s the image of how things are, meaning it’s not safe to do things when there is this imbalance, which the importance of this is to show that there is a problem in the earlier dream. In that what you have to also keep track of is timing and speed.

In other words, it’s a time when something is revealable, and then that also increases the magnetic energetic speed. When you get the timing and the speed down, it’s a masculine trait here. It’s working with a masculine principle.

The feminine is not going to be able to accept the changes, and the timing, and the speed, if it isn’t surrendered and merged, because that’s what’s at hand now, is things that address the timing and the speed.

Now, the key is, it can’t do it directly. It has to do it indirectly. You can’t just take and go out and make this known in a feminine world, which is lost or confused, because the feminine world will get all excited or something about the timing and speed as the new schematic or something, and the next thing you know what can be accomplished in this regard gets lost because of the despair of the feminine’s perspective when it doesn’t merge with the vibratory state that takes it outside of all of its means of trying to grasp.

The feminine nature actually has, in a way, a better lower-mind nature than the masculine because it’s more grounded. And then the masculine makes up for the gap because it can have the insight more easily, by catching the spirit energy that is etheric and not embedded and trapped. He [the masculine] can catch this easier than the feminine can, so that’s how it is able, then, to bring in the sense of the higher mind.

So from the standpoint of the lower mind, because the feminine is more rooted naturally in creation, it’s more ambidextrous. It multitasks better and stuff like that. The masculine that is deficient, to some degree in this regard, can bring something down and through with a lot of focus and attention, but it tends to be linear.

What has to happen here is one has to recognize the limitation of both of those actions, where the feminine no longer just depends on the masculine inflection but merges somewhere else, jumps outside of its orientation of just being a soul with a feminine orientation, and the masculine has to jump outside of its orientation of just something that brings through the seed of something that equates change.

It has to merge with something else, so that it sits in awe and bewilderment, by what can take place that can’t be ordinarily taken into account. He would like to take the credit that it figured this out, but the shifts, the changes, that come through, how did that happen? You didn’t necessarily dream it even. It’s just there. It’s another octave peeking through.
So nothing is possible as long as there is a disjointure that has things out of balance. And so we’re talking two types of disjointure. There’s the disjointure between the masculine and the feminine, and then there’s the disjointure when you don’t let go of that and reach beyond that. So finding the right cadence within enables things to happen again.

From an outer perspective, this can look magical because the prevailing assumption is that the imbalance dictates. In other words, whatever it is that it’s able to see, somehow or another has it caught in a Rubik’s Cube, and it doesn’t know how to surrender and let go to something more, because it’s not that. It’s somewhere else. It’s not that, and if it stays in this other, then it’s blurred or blocked from being able to see that something is so much more.


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