These dream images continue from Jeane’s dreams yesterday (see The Threshold of Complexity), where she was working with a deeper realization of how she needs to be to bring higher aspects into life. This thread continues and, as you’ll see, the rules of the game are different now. And that is as it should be, because change requires that we find new ways to be with what we are opening up inside – because it has its own requirements. (At the end of this post there are instructions and a link to download this recording to your computer.)
Jeane: Then in this next scene it’s like I’m with you and a group of people, and it almost feels like we’re in the living room of my dad’s house, but the setting doesn’t quite feel like that, just the floor does. We’ve gone in and we’re sitting on the floor.
I think in this room there may be a fireplace, too, and we’re going to play a card game. And I’m kind of excited because I like to play cards. And the group of people we’ve sat down with are pretty sophisticated, and there’s a woman there who has actually decided she’s going to tell us what the rules for the game are, and she’s changing it from the type of card game that I was familiar with.
You’re sitting a little bit behind me. I’ve laid a bunch of nines and maybe a few eights down, almost like you would in gin rummy, and then I pick a few up because I realize if you put all of your cards on the floor you could lose a few to other people until you see what’s going on.
So I put some of them back in my hand. Then she passes out these books, and they’re lightly bound books. They’re kind of like fold-over lightly like they don’t have hard covers, and we’re supposed to, as part of the game, we’re supposed to go through these books and then I think pick out, or tear out, pictures that represent a certain type of aliveness. And that’s what we’re going to play with in the game.
This is different than what I thought the rules would be. And I have a book but I realize the types of things that I’m picking out are pretty different from what other people would pick out, like I found this picture that it looks almost like the African veldt, or whatever you call it, in the background, and it has these exotic animals in it that I don’t even think are from this planet.
There are a couple other things that I’m drawn to, but I’m not willing to pull them out of the book because it seems like there’s something about tearing the book, or the pages in the book, because my pictures cover like two pages that come together, that I’m reluctant to do that to a book.
John: Now you’re changing this evolvement in terms of how something is to come out into a quality that has an alchemical nature to it.
In other words, to begin with you sit down and you’re holding something that has come together. In other words, the floor feels like that of your father, which means that it’s in a balanced place, balanced setting, at least in terms of a groundedness – although it is still somewhere, in terms of the appearance, other than that – of somewhere else.
So this gives it a sense of something that’s ready to be visualized because it has the sight to it grounded, the floor of a house of your father. However, because the setting isn’t familiar to you, that’s why the game changes.
In other words, you start off and you’re able to lay down your nines and your eights, which are very expansive higher-self quality traits, eighth and ninth parts of your chakra, you pull them back up because you realize that if you just go laying things down as soon as you grasp it that this can create or cause some sort of – and this is a questionable challenge – are you limiting what is integratable, or are you maintaining something that is still building inside that needs yet to come about?
I mean, you can’t tell because that trait is both positive, in one way of looking at it, and negative in another. Negative in that it can restrict the intertwining that can happen in a game. It’s positive from the standpoint that it can enhance something, too. It can magnify something, too, by not blowing one’s wad straightaway.
Well, as you take and hold the cards back, you’re holding these cards back almost as if there is an instinct to something more because now the game starts to change, in terms of the dynamic of what the game is about – which is the nature of things in the outer.
As you hold, or catch up with, a vibration and you reach a realization, and the holding of these cards back is a type of realization, or recognition, of something, that this means you’re taking back upon, or within, yourself an understanding or a meaningfulness that then can be absolved, or absorbed, or transformed in some fashion.
And that’s the alchemical trait because now the game, what is really going on, changes. And you’re still in the game, so you’re going to be approaching it with a mannerism that is going to be different.
The dream doesn’t describe what the mannerism is going to be like, at least not this phase, but it points out that it’s no longer as literal as a game of gin rummy or something, that it has a different kind of magic to it from the standpoint that that which caused something to be of interest and excitement from the past now, once caught up with, is going to have an effect, a transformative or changeable effect of what it is really about somewhere else.
This is alchemy again. It’s the transformation of energies that normally would have a type of quality of limitation, or holding something back. And when you catch up with it, then you don’t continue the projection in other myriad ways – and that makes you kind of… for a woman that makes them magical. For a man it would make them like a wizard.
Jeane: So in this last scene, it’s like you and I have gone to a room where we’re staying. It almost feels like a basement room. We’ve gone there to our bedroom.
We’re sitting on the bed across from each other, fairly close, and you’re saying to me that you think I’ve said that I want our sex life to improve, or deepen or something, and I say, no, that I said that I wanted us to go deeper in our intimacy, or in our connectedness or something, that I was speaking about a different level.
John: Which is how that is. Yeah, the sex life per se is transcendent.
In other words, it’s something that is given to man, or that man catches up with, and seems to be part of life itself, but is more than what they can assimilate or handle. And that’s why you have all of the problems, in terms of relationships, that you have, because a relationship that is just based upon something like that attraction and magnetism and such, and that alone, per se, ends up, in terms of what that sets in motion, ends up not being able to handle the aspect of this that is over the top.
In other words, the sexuality and the magnetism of things is both on this side, and on the other side. And, of course, it’s essential as part of the idea of procreation, but it’s kind of like one of those things where a veil has been slightly lifted, too, because behind that is a whole deeper essence.
It’s kind of like a corridor into something much more, and you’re recognizing, or have a sense, that this being a corridor into something more means that there is a depth or a deepening that needs to happen.
It’s not the conduct or the action, per se, which leaves one thrown around, and confused, and bewildered because of the commotion of emotion or something, that this, when it deepens, finds an enrichment that reaches to something way beyond the mere act of the human condition, or the animal condition, quality trait.
And that’s why kundalini energy is said to include the sexual activity of which there’s that one third that’s like on this side, but it opens up the two thirds, or helps, and is an aspect of something much greater in terms of where it goes.
That’s why it’s considered part of kundalini energy and you have to have that energy in order to have a realization and recognition to this greater being of yourself that you have, and are, which lies hidden, or dormant, and is veiled by the appearances around it.
So it’s almost like that last image is trying to evoke, and shows an understanding that’s being evoked, shows an impulse that comes through an awareness center on your part. It’s like a sorting out aspect, or a sorted out aligned aspect, because there was a part of the dream in which you felt you didn’t have to wear what you were baking.
In other words, you had the part where you were being challenged to have to live something, and then of course you have the part in which this has to go deeper. You also have the component at the very beginning in which there was a type of displacement that you’re able to catch up with, the displacement being a hiddenness versus an obviousness.
And that hiddenness versus an obviousness even has something to do with whether something is able to be lived or not lived. And then, ultimately, in your final image, the putting together of the characteristics into a greater wholeness leads to a deepening that is a driving aspect of the process.
So you’re laying out a whole schematic. There is something that can’t be withheld. In other words, it’s like almost as if there’s no choice in the matter, because it’s too much to contain unless it is somehow more out there, lived and more out there, in a sense, where it flows through one.
It can’t be pent up. And that one then reaches a deepening process as a consequence of all of those components put together. It kind of like is laying out an A, B, C book, isn’t it?
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