The dream analysis continues for Jeane’s dream (see The Haunting), wherein the imagery triggers a deeper perception about the nature of God and human, and the feminine and the masculine natures within us. Yes, a human being is in a physical body, which will always imply a certain limitation, yet in the design itself is the unlimited possibility of being no different than God, of being a co-creator. It is all within us to discover and awaken. (At the end of this post there are instructions and a link to download this recording to your computer.)
John: The feminine nature has to do what is necessary to take responsibility in the manifestation of the whole.
But then the feminine nature has a tendency that when something gets to a particular point it says, okay, this is good enough, this is where to do more would be too much, would be outrageous. And that then keeps you in another kind of prison, when you think like that.
And this is where the woman comes in. She’s actually a wise woman that’s deceived. And she’s coming after you in order to make sure that you only stray so far, that you don’t take on more liberties than what you’re entitled to.
In other words, it falls under the motif of kind of like, “the pain of love.”
In other words, you don’t necessarily have all of the beatitudes. You don’t dare take on all of the beatitudes and the wonders of the whole of God, or whatever. You don’t dare take on all of that because you’re just a human being and you still have to deal with a certain, up to a particular point, kind of way of being.
Well, so when you hit the tornado and whizz by that, you’ve actually done something that has thrown you into a whole other zone, and in this zone you’re actually starting to storm the gates of heaven, or God, or however that is.
That’s why when you bump into this guy that is like a Christ figure or something, it’s almost as if he no longer has the stigma over you where you have this guilt, and this idea that you can only go so far, and if you stray over a particular line that’s a no-no. In other words, this dream is kind of like telling you that this idea that you have limitations is all in your head, that you’re not really meant to have limitations.
While you were having this dream I was actually pondering what had happened earlier in my dream, wondering and thinking, you know, is God a type of person who denies a person a particular kind of beatitude or breaking through? Does one have to subject themselves to the pain of love, the annihilation aspect?
Is there always something that you can’t go beyond? This dream is having you break free and, in doing so, you’re storming some gate. I mean, you’re running into a God-like figure of which your storming of this whole thing has taken on a certain sound and fury, in and of itself, that’s transformed things into the appearance of a whole other… instead of it having a power over you it becomes like a creature.
Instead of it being God, it becomes something in which you are finding the God in yourself and that then is some other aspect transformed again. You have done something in which you aren’t taking upon yourself the usual limitations that a human being needs to carefully do, or otherwise they’re being blasphemous or outrageous in some sense, and asking for a problem in terms of getting swatted down.
So it actually seems to me that this is kind of like an information dream, too, in that we have our mannerisms and notionalities that we can look at and recognize as having sent us askew in the past – and do we shut those off? In other words, what is the fine line between something that has already been lived and something new that needs to awaken up? And how does one know what that is that needs to wake up?
The outer and the inner do work together, so somehow or another whatever you do in the outer is reflected as meaningful in terms of what is meant to be on the inner, too. That dynamic is an alchemical chemistry that exists, so if you don’t do much, not much changes.
If you start to do something, it does look like you are going out on an edge, but isn’t that what you did? You utilized the masculine up to a point to where something got motivated inside of you, and then once you started to take on your role in terms of freeing yourself and moving about in manifestation with the full freedom that you could move about, you then had to fight your own conceptualizations in terms of only being able to go so far, for example.
And somehow or another, in the dream, you were propelled beyond the so far, you were beyond those limitations of what you, in terms of feminine nature, would place upon yourself. In other words, always aspire and reach for more, and more, and more and more.
And when you reach for more, and more, and more, and more you eventually get to the point where you storm the throne. And, along the way of course, even the creatures, the things that are half human and half divine, half God on this whole other level, they can’t even help you. And, somehow or another, you have to have the strength in and of yourself to bring through right directly everything to you.
In other words, you run right into God only to find out that you have that same power, that that is only an imaginative power over you. You are that. And so this really raises the question, whenever one looks around and ponders whether they should do this, or do that, or if they’re allowed to do this, or can do this. I’m coming slowly to the conclusion that there’s a very interesting flow that needs to transpire.
It’s more than just putting parameters around things. It’s an involvement that then goes right into it, and those who think that there are limitations, find that there are limitations, and then they have to constantly contend with changes that happen. Like when the teacher’s teacher went through this experience of not being able to go somewhere when they tried to go out the door because something switched. It’s because they were still dealing with the dynamic of an aspect of seeing themselves in a limited way.
And so when they saw themselves in a limited way, they would have a herky-jerky universe. But if you are able to see yourself as having everything presented to you, given to you, it’s like when Adam and Eve were created and they were handed everything, they were told that they had everything – providing they didn’t do something that would cause them to veil themselves from what was presented to them.
And they proceeded, because it seemed too much and they didn’t seem to have the capacity to take on the full thrust of it, they proceeded to try to do things to veil themselves and, therefore, that created the separation, or the denial.
But I’m beginning to think that we can do anything and everything. We’re not denied from anything. It’s that we have to do it in a way in which, if we’re doing anything and everything, it has to take everything into account in an intertwined way.
In other words, one’s constantly going above and beyond the idea that one has set parameters. Whenever you see yourself with having set parameters, that’s like code word for the fact that they even have to go away, because those parameters may be important up to a particular point to kind of keep you within a way of being that is cope-able, but at some point they even have to go.
And the idea that one has to stay so simple that you always have parameters, so that you then have an appreciation and this whole pain of love thing, your dream seems to run counter to that. It has you breaking loose, and breaking loose of those conceptualizations that the feminine would have in which she could only rise up so far kind of thing, all the way to the point where the depths of her knowingness can take her right to the throne.
She has to get that sort of thing invoked. Maybe it takes a masculine spark, but then once it hits she has to trust herself, but then it’s pretty hard to trust herself because at some point, when she is in charge of manifestation and the masculine is not very good at helping because it’s a little aloof, then she has the haunts of her own guilt and ideas that she can only go so far.
Then when she breaks beyond that, breaks through that zone past the eye of the tornado, she finds herself in a whole other dimension and she can’t even lean on anything in that dimension. In other words, she can’t get help from that, because that is something still foreign, and still separate, and still different until she gets all the way up to the point where she realizes that she is everything, that she runs into God and he has no power, she has the power. That’s pretty interesting.
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