Another word associated with spirituality is “awakening.” But what does it refer to? One aspect of it refers to awakening parts inherent to the human design that can connect us to higher energies and purposes. Another aspect is to begin to be more conscious, in a way that we begin to be the guide of our own thoughts and intentions – as a method of taking up, by choice, the responsibility of our relationship with what designed us – a very high calling. (At the end of this post there are instructions and a link to download this recording to your computer.)
John: In the next image, there’s a door that’s kind of like a door that’s bewitched with the outline of a character likeness that’s quickened.
Looking at the door and instead of seeing it as a plain door you see something like an energetic imbedded in the door. It’s like an aliveness, almost ghost-like or something, very surreal-like, that’s part of the door. And everyone I know stays clear of this door because of its strangeness.
I, however, am finding this oddity to be a curiosity item. So what I do is I will come up in front of the door and I’ll take my hand and I will go like that, wave it right in front of the door, and the thing will spark. It’s just kind of like static electricity or something will shoot; you’ll sense it, you’ll feel it, you’ll hear it pop.
And so I would experiment, I’d go to the top part where I see it, I’d go to the middle part where I see it, I’d go to the bottom part where I see this whole character outline and it’s the same thing, it just pops and pops. I might even imagine that under certain conditions it pops more.
So finally I get the idea that it’s popping and there might be even a correlation where I wait a little bit to let the magnetism build up, and then do it and it pops more crisply or something. So then I get the idea, what happens if I fan it? And I go like this, like this, like this, like this real fast, fanning it so it’s going pop, pop, pop, pop, pop.
And eventually it quits popping because I’ve dissipated whatever that is. And, when I do that, I’ve actually, in this experimenting like this, I break the spell. I guess I was imagining that I could discharge the effect.
Well, I did all right, and what happens is that something breaks. When the spell was broken it’s like the character imbedded as an electrical impulse in the door, after losing its charge, it comes out of the door and goes directly into me.
So a human being is intertwined with everything in existence. Very few have a focus, interest, or fearless nature to probe through the barriers of manifestation to access this intertwined aliveness. It’s all energy. It’s just, do we perceive it? Everything has an effect upon us. If you look at the carpet on the wall it has an effect upon you, on some more than on others. Some have a connection to it more than others – and how do you capture that sheer aliveness?
And then in the final one, it’s kind of like I’m… this is all going to somewhere deeper, in that what we’re really talking about is the reason for why something is separate, amnesic, or hidden, or lost, or not coming through, or isn’t all there in one fell swoop. And so now we have to address the reason for that, why it isn’t always normal.
The first thing I notice is I have a sinking feeling when it comes to something that is real important. And I wake up with the statement in my head: it has to do with forgetting something that I feel is necessary for my well being.
And then I go back and I recount the examples of the various images during the night of where I was not doing that, or in which I’m shocked because of something that’s there that I should know but I’ve forgotten that I know it.
In one of the dreams last night I’m told about a piece of property that I can only barely remember. It’s like, do I own that property, I’m not sure, and I find myself saying that I need to do something in particular to protect that interest because I had forgotten about it.
And then in another aspect of the dreaming, I see a document that has some sort of humongous effect over my nature that I’ve forgotten, and just realizing it still exists gives me this huge sinking feeling. It’s like, wow, how could I have not noticed or paid attention?
And the meaning is, as I wake up little by little to things about myself, hidden within, I realize that I must be in some sort of amnesia because of my forgetfulness. I discover that by suddenly realizing that there are things I have repressed for some reason, or inadvertently forgotten, this sort of thing haunts me now.
And then I realize what I’m doing is I’m describing the human condition, and using myself as the example. My consciousness is blighted and a needed connection to the heart lost because I have lost what I need to face. Perhaps it was more than I could handle at the time.
And then I prioritize it as a number of things. First I see this as property important to me. Second I also see this as a document that I am shocked that I ignored. And then, third, I even detect it as a whirlwind of energy, only instead of it being in the door now, it’s different, and I do not trust myself as knowing what to do with it.
I see this as an energetic image, like a character of myself, in which I go in and out of working with leaves, where on one hand I throw the leaves over my brother. He throws them over me. I throw them over myself, and both of us throw them over others as if we are able to create an illusion of invisibility and escape from something in our reality.
Because the whole time that we’re doing this it’s like I’m definitely not hardly visible at all, and he is a little more visible, and the other people are much more visible, but all of it is done as if it’s all in a hiddenness. So to begin with we do this as if it is nearly make believe. That’s why it’s a type of hiddenness. The time comes, however, when the make believe touches repressed images and/or intertwined vibrations that we must face.
So what I am saying as kind of a deeper meaning is that, whether I like it or not, there is a greater consciousness about things that is waking up and subjecting me to images, vibrations, and impressions that belong to me that have been repressed, hidden, or denied for a long time.
To become reacquainted and responsible is to become more conscious. To become conscious is to take upon myself a greater perspective and responsibility over life than I currently realize is possible. It’s easier to pretend.
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