Through the imagery in Jeane’s dream, John is able to denote a shift in the dream process itself. What has changed is that, instead of images and scenarios that show how a person is trying to catch up with the higher energetics at play, the images are now depicting that a deeper connection has been made, and the work shifts to being able to integrate those connections into life. (At the end of this post there are instructions and a link to download this recording to your computer.)
Jeane: The very first part of the dream, it’s like I’m preoccupied with these things that look almost like a little amoeba or something through a microscope. They’re tiny.
I see them as alive, and they seem to be working with them in a way where I’m going to weave them in the bead board, like you have the warped threads and you’ll push them up and put the needle through them so that they work into something.
But normally when you work with beads, or you would work with things the way other people are working with these things, is that they would string them one at a time, so to speak, but I see that a group of them of kind of like amoeba who have morphed into kind of large, it’s not quite a square shape because they’re kind of alive, so it has softer edges than that.
The ones that are just single now kind of have blood on them, and I know that people think that you work with them singly, but I feel that you need to work them in, the ones that have become a group, that that’s what I’m working. And even though of course it’s not how you normally do it, but I know that that’s the stronger way to go.
John: One of the things I was looking at as you were dreaming, because yesterday is when we first started noticing this particular switch, and it was what part of the breath you were in.
In other words, your dream is different if you’re affected by something in which you’re reaching or needing something to occur, meaning that you’re affected by the environment, thrown around to some degree because of the changes, and are struggling to find a reorientation of yourself in terms of what has taken place.
That’s a lower part of the breath. We’ve had dream after dream after dream that has actually been in this area, closer to where the out-breath and the in-breath area is, where we’re kind of on the outskirts of it all energetically – in terms of more of a state of bewilderment, and constantly out of whack with what is going on, and what has taken place is all way too fast for us and we’re always scrambling to catch up.
But now the dreams are switching to the state in which we are more on a deeper level inside, that is close to, and more associated with, where the in-breath turns to the out-breath. Now, it probably wasn’t until one started to notice how hard it is to try to hold onto this particular state, because there’s very little piece-of-the-action of one’s self involved in something like this, and therefore the dreams are easier to let go of because there isn’t the usual blackboard friction in creation in which there’s the contrast.
I probably should have noticed that we were approaching that because, based upon the fact that to begin with it was somewhat denotable by different points in time in the sleep. In other words, if you had a dream that was in the wee, wee hours in the morning like 2:00 in the morning, 3:00 in the morning, that dream was inclined to be at one of these deeper points.
And then if you were more on the surface with your dreaming, like just before waking up, or having woken up and kind of fall back a little bit into a dream state, that’s when you tended to have more of an influence in terms of the proximity being more directly correlated to where the out-breath turns to the in-breath.
What’s interesting is how the traits and the characteristics work differently in terms of how you are when you’re dreaming more closely attuned to the in-breath turning to the out-breath. That’s a state where you’re watching. That’s a state where there’s a certain degree of fascination and amazement by how it’s meant to be, or how it’s destined to be, and it’s not like you’re necessarily thrown around by it.
You may be surprised by how the changes come down the pike, and it may require a different kind of focus and attention as part of seeing yourself facilitate, or be part of how it is transitioning, but it’s not something that has the usual, or what had been the usual, awkwardness, reactive awkwardness that is.
You may be somewhat stumped at the pace in which something is unfolding, or quite how it’s unfolding may not quite be what you may have anticipated or expected, but it’s done in a quiet way. It’s not done in a way in which you find yourself ajar. The reason why you’re not ajar is you’re actually more speeded up now, and so you’re catching up with the pace upon which something snaps or unfolds, and you’re in more of a closer alignment to that creative instantaneous inflected space.
It’s like being a person who hears a joke and you just stand there and everybody laughs and you don’t get it, and then finally you have the delayed reaction. You’re not like that anymore, and of course before you had the delayed reaction you had to wonder if there was something wrong with you, and then sometimes you kind of did your best to kind of wing it, and fake it, or catch up with the equation of things.
It’s not like that anymore, and therefore it makes you more naturally set back in terms of taking in the changes. Say how that is again, because you’re describing how it is for you, and it can be different for you than it is for the rest.
Jeane: I’m observing, along with maybe some other people, some things that almost look a little bit like amoeba, and they’re single ones, and then there are ones that have formed into kind of a block. And then I’ve taken and I’m trying to weave them into a bead weaving project, like say you have a loom with the warped threads and everything, and you usually push something up under that and put the needle through and that’s how you weave it in.
Usually one would work with the little amoeba things individually, but what I notice is that the ones that have formed into a block, they’re the strongest, so I feel that’s the way to work with them. And when I look at the ones that are single it seems to me like they have blood on them. I just don’t think it’s as strong.
John: What you’re seeing is you’re integrating. In other words, you see yourself as able to observe aloofly and not be dynamically thrown around in some sort of collateral way. You’re able, through your observation, to be able to help facilitate the integration.
You’re able to twine the transitionings from the most amoebic, or core, level into life, knowing which is stronger, which circuits and which connections need to be made. You have a natural acuity for doing that, and that makes sense because now again is talking about the distinction that the feminine has in terms of its rapport with creation, which is not an aspect of the masculine.
The masculine’s attention is more upon the building block changes, but the integration of what that’s about falls under the domain of the feminine. That’s why I wanted you to go back and kind of re-say or redo this whole thing, because I’m slanted to seeing the more linear and poignant aspects of the changes that are occurring that I’m observing in front of me, in terms of looking at the timing and the degree, and somewhat surprised and noting how that sometimes these changes don’t happen if there’s no one who has had a need to work in this particular area off to one side.
And so maybe it only changes when the time comes to actually put some attention there, and how in some cases it happens quicker than in other cases and in some cases it just snaps into place really, really quickly like the 100th Indian or something.
It builds and builds and builds and then all of a sudden it goes real fast, and then even after it has gone real fast I might be amazed to the degree in which something kind of fell out of the main matrix or something, and even if it has fallen off to one side and didn’t change when the crescendo of things changed, it does change and when the attention is placed upon it and sometimes all I have to do is just place the attention upon it and then settle back and watch it change and marvel at how it changes.
If anything is being effectuated the seed in this whole thing is the fact that the masculine is putting its attention upon things. That sets something in motion and then the feminine intertwines it. The feminine finds out what the best threads are of weaving it together, where the stronger points are, and where it’s better integrated. That’s what your dream is doing. You start right there.
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