Every once in a while, after nights of dreams that almost make a connection, or that struggle with an idea, there comes a dream where everything comes together. Just like in waking life, there are times when we are more connected to the flow of life and, therefore, face less resistance in what we are trying to do. That’s the type of dream Jeane has here. But whether it’s in a dream or in waking life, that in-the-flow connection comes when we are acting on behalf of something greater than ourselves. (At the end of this post there are instructions and a link to download this recording to your computer.)
Jeane: What feels like to me a repeat dream, it’s even a repeat dream in the dream, it feels like you and I’ve been on an assignment with a number of other people. And one of the parts of the assignment is when we got to a certain place, which happened to be my maternal grandmother’s house, that we would put on a certain skit and everyone would come up with a different skit that they put on.
Well, in the original dream, you and I had arrived there alone at night and none of the others were there, and we had come up with this great skit – because I never really knew that you could kind of dance and sing. And I even had this big wig I put on and we had gotten these animals to participate – including this really large poisonous snake.
It had gone really well, but we had done the whole skit without anyone else there. We just knew that was going to be part of our assignment. That was the dream I’d had before, and then I have it again.
In the dream, this time, we arrive at my grandmother’s house, but the whole group is there, and then they tell us we have to do our skit. I hadn’t known we’d have to repeat it again, but of course none of them were there when we did it, and so I’m a little off base because I don’t know what will happen as far as getting the animals there or anything. But, sure enough, the big, large, poisonous, pink, female snake shows up.
And then it’s like I look at the ground and I just do something with focus and waving my hands and suddenly all of the – it’s almost like the ground kind of opens up – and all the other little critters appear. So that’ll be part of it.
And I send you off to find your notebook because you had written down the lyrics to the song, which I didn’t remember. And I go off into an inner space, going through various rooms looking for a place to change into the outfit and the wig that I wore. I have some trouble finding a place to change because the rooms we’d used before have changed into a stable, and there’s even a saddled horse there, and another one’s a restaurant with people there now. But I finally come back.
I seem to have gotten whatever changes I needed to make happen so that we go on to sing. And I go right up to the poisonous snake and it actually has a feminine aspect to her and she is huge. I mean, like she has a face almost as big as a human’s, big python type, all pink, and I actually do some things where I’m scratching her face and getting ready for the performance to sing to her. And somebody else is commenting that they had really kind of slacked off on what they were doing for their skit, but it felt like we kind of went all out.
You do the singing in the skit for the most part. I just have to get your notebook for a few lines. I guess that’s the main dream.
John: That’s a dream that takes you completely outside of the world of the outer, and into a world so connected to the inner that the reflections that occur in the outer are no longer reflections, per se, as if they’re estranged, or disconcerted, or separate from the inner.
In the first dream that had to do with you trying to figure out where you needed to be and how you needed to be, that dream had a bewilderment and awkwardness to it in that you were still trying to catch up with the ability to grasp, or follow, the thread to a knowingness of how it is that you are, or are meant to be.
In the second dream, you found it. You know that the energy comes through, and awakens, and quickens, and makes everything alive. Only it’s a connectiveness to the innerness, so that the aliveness in the outer is not some sort of dead reflection, it’s a direct correlation.
In other words, it becomes a symbolic way, or a meaningful way, of directly creating the inner. In other words, this is a dream that has this whole creative quality to it, and it indicates the role of the masculine as an aspect because the feminine should have a completeness and a wholeness and know how to dance, and the masculine is going to be awkward that way because it does not know how to catch up with the reflections, from which it is able to reach a knowingness or a hearingness. In other words, bring that through almost as if it speaks it into an aliveness in the outer.
The power of the dream is this whole beginning part. In other words, as you’re sitting and trying to understand that, what has occurred there, you’re lowering the energy because you were just living it and going through with it naturally, without any forethought or mannerism at all – a lot different than the awkwardness of the focus and attention in the first dream to try to be where you needed to be, or to follow the thread of however it is that you’re directed to be in that regard.
And there’s a certain tension in that because you haven’t yet pulled through the inner in its all-encompassing way, and you somehow know when you’re like that that to properly live or relieve yourself, you have to catch up with that as a responsibility.
In the second dream, it’s suddenly there and it has a whole magical element to it in that what it is that you experience turns out to be what manifests around you.
Jeane: The only part of that dream that I forgot is at the end I go over and I look down a level, where some stairs are, and you’ve gone down there with some guys, and you’re apparently moving and so you’re carrying your moving boxes.
I’m considering whether I should go down and help you move in, but I’m pausing because I don’t necessarily want to carry the same kind of weight boxes the guys carry, so I’m thinking that maybe if I got handed the clothing boxes or something I could carry those in and help you unpack.
But I’m just pausing and deliberating on all of it because so far you’ve got guys carrying the boxes for you.
John: That’s still devolving as if it’s something that you still have to contend with or something, because in the first part of the dream it was all working in cohesion, the awareness that was an aliveness that then corresponded to things that were automatically there as if created through the inner energetic. That was all there in the initial first part of the dream.
It’s almost like you just nonchalantly described what it’s like to bring inner into outer, and what that can be like, in just kind of a, plop there she be, kind of way. And the other part of the dream has you kind of somehow or another trying to reconcile all of that, and it doesn’t work that way. You can’t reconcile it.
You’re too much in the essence, and its aliveness that comes through is created through the presence of that essence in as an absolute a way as you’re able to do it. It has a slight flicker in there where you recognize an aspect of the masculine, in other words that can sing the song, or make the note or something like that.
But, other than that, it would just be one seamless flow, and it still is a seamless flow, you just throw that in to make sure that one recognizes how it works in terms of your having caught up with your fullness of being.
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