A Transformative Process

transform3In these two dreams from the same night as yesterday’s dreams (see Supporting More of Life), Jeane moves from the idea of including more in a group dynamic, to making changes and adaptations to the circumstances. In the final image, the need to adapt includes embracing her masculine aspects as a way to be more cohesive. (At the end of this post there are instructions and a link to download this recording to your computer.)

Jeane: This dream, it was probably in some ways the most vivid. It’s like I’ve gone shopping with a smart looking, gray haired woman. She’s like slender and kind of dynamic, and maybe some other women I don’t see. 

Just about the time I think that we’re done shopping, this woman disappears for a minute into a high-end store, and then she comes back and I look at her as she explains she had to really change her whole thing because copper had been introduced.

Copper had been introduced. And I realize that’s so, because now she has a scarf around her neck with streaks of copper through it, and so that’s changed, like she has this kind of really slick gray looking… everything seems to be gray or black or white except for the copper, and so she’s in silver and she has had to kind of work that in now into her outfit, so it changed the type of outfit she got.

John: So you’re again talking about something being radically shifted and changed, and the thing in life that depicts whether something goes up or down, or has a quality of how engaged things are in an operative sense, is depicted by the symbolism of copper.

Copper is considered the one metal, and therefore the color and everything would be similar, that got a Ph.D. in economics, meaning that as copper goes, 8 to 12 to 16 months from it either going up or going down, is where the economy goes.

In other words, if copper crashes the economy is going to turn bad. If copper goes up, even though the economy may look bad in the present, it means the economy is going to turn around in 8, 12, or 16 months.

Copper seems to always catalytically produce this result, and it’s a thing that everyone notices and recognizes as working. And so what you’re doing in your dream is you have been introduced to a copper effect, and this copper effect means that something is changing, that a transformation is coming. And so you’re reorienting your whole way of being in relationship to what is unfolding.

Jeane: I seem to be having this dream in which I’m a little more discombobulated. This is my last dream, and it’s like a whole group of us are in a picnic area at a park, and we’re in a tent, and I even have rested with a blanket. 

It feels like the teacher comes and kind of pulls the blanket up around me and covers me up a bit, and I can tell he’s sitting not far away, and people seem to be adjusting to some change. 

Well, I have to go find a bathroom, so I get up and it feels like the first building I pass up, and then a building we can usually go into I see people are busy in there and they’re people I don’t know, so I go to the restroom. And I was just going to go in and then I realize there was this long line, so I go and get in line. It’s all women in this particular line.

When I finally get in this long line and I go in I realize that maybe because there weren’t enough restrooms, the women are using the men’s restroom because when we get in there what I see is you have to climb up a little ways and there’s a series of stalls up there, which are kind of broad stalls, and maybe there’s some way things get washed away because there’s no real toilet. There’s just a drain in the floor, so obviously all you can do is pee, and maybe there’s a little sink in them.

And one of the women is even commenting on this, and I’m trying to still figure out how you use these toilets because it’s like I don’t even see any toilet paper really. It’s a very odd kind of scenario. That’s kind of, I think, all I remember about that dream.

John: So it’s an image of a type of transformation that’s affected by things that are causing a different kind of orientation. In other words, you start off you’re like what, in a kind of a setting tent with others, but there are all kinds of other tents in the area, right?

In this camped out scenario in life is the teacher, and so from that arises this approach of having to release something, and in order to release it you have to accept things as different than your normal way of lackadaisically going at a process of letting go.

In other words, your conceptual process of letting go changes, and you have to take more into account how it is to integrate, in terms of the masculine. And that is something that puts in question the whole role of how the feminine sees herself.

In other words, one of the spiritual illusions that exist is an overindulgence in the idea that the feminine is complete in and of herself. And, therefore, it’s as if she can find what is inside of her independently, in some particular fashion. What this is showing is that the feminine has to be in a more vulnerable setting with herself and receptive to the masculine expressions and aspects of life – instead of just her aspects of life.

And, as a consequence, then something different can emerge. In other words, this is also part of a transformative process. This is something that there needs to be more dreams on, because all you do is you kind of peel the first page here indicating that it’s not all part of a feminine process of going back inside of herself.

Just like you adopting a recognition of owning more of your shamanistic qualities, and the power behind that, can easily lead to getting into a detractive state, unintentionally of course, because you’ll be getting a benefit from this, but to the sacrifice of what? And the point being is, is that you have to do everything in relationship to how something reveals itself through.

So why, why does it need to be that way? It needs to be that way because the object is not necessarily the integration of this and the integration of that. It’s to let go of everything, so that one goes into in the bigger image of emptiness or nothingness. 

Yet between the higher self and the lower self you play this dynamic that goes back and forth and back and forth, having to do with the components or the feature of what is necessary to attain a Wholeness.

I am wondering if it’s possible to get information beyond this, because what you’re portraying is still within the motif of a higher-self and lower-self dynamic, and yet that image, in and of itself, there is so much more to it that I don’t know how or where it is that you access that, other than I know that it has to do with a nothingness and an emptiness.

In other words, you have that, that takes you up to a point, you reconcile that, you transform and make a shift. But I don’t think that it takes you into what were described as the in-breath, with the third and fourth chambers of the heart.

I think it’s still working with the dynamic of the first and second chamber, in which there’s the longing, then there’s the connection, and then there’s the energetic, and then all of that has to be dropped. Your dream doesn’t show you dropping that. It shows you working with an integration.

It’s almost like a corrective, directive corrective dream because your sense is to face some qualities inside of yourself that you feel you need to more naturally acknowledge, which you may have been kind of ignoring. And it’s almost like this is saying, yeah, but also include this other part, too, at the same time. Don’t go off into an ecstasy that’s distinct from that.

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