Disjointed From the Whole

disjointedWe can think about the world we live in and relate to as a series of dynamic relationships. For example, are we in harmony with our environment (whether at home or in nature), or are we estranged from it? What is the dynamic of our personal interactions? Are they mostly positive or negative – energetically? We should also consider that we are the only thing in any situation that we can control. So, do we choose flow, or do we choose disruptions? (At the end of this post there are instructions and a link to download this recording to your computer.)

Jeane: Well I was coming down with a cold last night so it affected my dream state. It felt like I had two dream cycles last night. One was about people in a singing contest and the other was about where they were both singing and dancing.

In the first where people were just singing, I was mostly studying the geometric pattern that existed in the background, which was a square.

And then when I was studying a theme about people trying out for musicals, when I was studying that, I was mostly studying the dynamics and the people in terms of like maybe one person getting a part, but another person not knowing that they had somebody ready to replace them or that would be an understudy if they were a problem.

John: Well you were identifying, or being in touch with, the cadence of that which has a whole, which means the first part in which you were looking at the energetic designs in relationship to how it fit into, you might say, the matrix of it all.

In other words, the spatiality of it all, which is a way of being that is natural, that is in accordance with how something is meant to be. And is a mannerism, if you want to call it a mannerism, that fits in and intertwines with the whole.

The reason why I say that if you want to call it a mannerism it actually can go all the way to a type of nonexistence in that its effect can be so subtle that, for a person who is not connected in this way, they would never notice the natural unfoldment as being an aspect of the whole.

And then the other part where you’re sitting and looking at the tryouts in life, in terms of their idiosyncrasies, and how it is that they are inclined to hold a note, or position, that is specific, that is defined, that carries a kind of loudness to its nature – you notice that that’s fairly common or, in other words, easily replaced, has very little actual effect.

And thus, in terms of it being memorable on a deep, subtle level that is intertwined with the whole, it is easy to forget to let go of that energetic because it’s disjointed from the tie-in that is imperative to a person who flows from a sense of knowingness that embraces the whole.

Could you see what I mean by all of that?

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