Turn back now – you don’t want to hear this one, it will hit too close to home. For instance, have you ever said: I want to surrender to God, but it’s not a good time. Or I’m on a spiritual path, but… We’ve probably all heard these words or similar in our head. But that’s not the way of it. Higher connection works according to Its terms, not according to ours. It’s difficult to be spiritual in what we want to do. We must journey to find what it wants from us, and then learn how to be right for that. (At the end of this post there are instructions and a link to download this recording to your computer.)
Jeane: In the next dream, it’s like we’ve gone out on a lake where I grew up and I’m with a small group of, it feels like women, that are riding these little floats that are like seahorses.
And I have something that’s like a missile that can blow up. And it seems to slip out of my hand and it goes right into the midst of where they are in the water and then, I think, it goes straight down. So seeing it has gone straight down, I think it will probably go to the bottom of the lake and then cause this explosion and this wave that comes up.
So I motion to them to kind of follow me and ride their floats—or little seahorses—to the shore. It’s a missile. It had gotten out of my hands. We go real fast to the shore, so we’re not in the middle of the explosion. And I just pull up to the shore on my little horse, or whatever it is, and take a deep breath and then I look to my right.
And the missile, instead of going down to the bottom of the lake and blowing up, has suddenly followed me and it’s right there. In fact, it’s gotten there a second ahead of me. It’s right next to me. It’s actually quite pretty. It’s a little golden, almost like a miniature submarine shape. It’s all gold and it’s bright.
And then I’m looking at it and I’m thinking, well, if it blows up there’s like no time for me to get away. I mean it’s just what it is. I thought it had gone down to the bottom and it would have blown up by now, but instead it followed me.
John: Is that how everything is? In other words, we may think we throw it off, but we never throw anything off. It is always part of us. And whenever we see something that we don’t like, we try to move away from it, or throw it away, and you can’t actually throw it away. If you don’t face it, then it never gets clear for you.
If you threw it away and abandoned ship and let it blow up, there’s the sense of reprieve, as if you escaped or something. But if you really feel the feeling of escape, you haven’t. It’s the same vibration as a person who shoplifts out of a store and as soon as he gets outside of the store boundaries, he thinks that he’s free. He’s escaped. He’s, in a sense, blown something up in that regard and gotten away with it and, therefore, is free of it.
It’s that same vibration. No, you can only take and confront and deal with something that is tenuous and out of bound by keeping it close. You have to keep it close; you don’t reject it. And therefore then you absolve it, but who does that?
So, you actually came up with the solution. This is a solution for what it was that you had dreamt earlier. You have to keep it close. And what does keeping it close mean? Well, you have part of it, but not all of it. It’s like if you kept your pet close to you that suddenly shrunk on you, then you would only be dealing in minutia of bibble-babble and this and that.
But if you kept that close to you, to the point where you saw what that was all about, in relationship to something so much more that is in the whole, to which you are there as well, so that you don’t get lost in just the energetics aimed at the pet, then you absolve the problem.
But who can look at this much, much more? Whenever one’s confronted with the big Kahuna of things, they try to throw it away as if it’s a missile or a bomb that can go away and then they delve into, and when they do that, they become like a thief, when they throw that away and they delve into something else. That’s thief energy and that’s why that example coming out of the store feels so similar.
But also what you’re looking at is tools, in upon which you function in the outer, in the flow of the outer. That which is that power, that danger, that tenuousness, the kundalini energy, whatever you want to call it, you’ve got to keep that close to you and you have to absolve that. You have to take that in. You don’t throw it away.
Because if you throw it away, you’re throwing it away for reasons that have to do with something else and that makes you a thief. This is something on a spiritual path that very, very few people get beyond. In other words, they are continuously looking at things that bother them, or that affect them, and they do not take them in. They do techniques, they do things to stay aloof from that. It would all be part of the natural flow and the natural essence.
And that’s how Shamanism actually works, too. You don’t take and retrieve something as if you’re dealing with things in—you’re always working with inside of yourself in relationship to a following of a flow, at the echo of the sound of that flow. That is how you’re meant to be in an intertwined capacity. You’re always honoring that and, as you honor that, everything around you gets fixed in terms of you’re kicking out that which makes it easier for the things around you to function and to flow.
To the degree to which you react to things around you because they are not in synch or not flowing, you’re attempting to do it different, you’re running into the problem of putting yourself into a spell, into an amnesic state, into a separate reality, into an outer motif, instead of into this natural flow.
Yet, because we live in a reflective world, you’re always going to have the reflections going on. And so you have to use the reflections. It’s like a type of second attention. You have the outer reflections going on and then you have the inner recognition. And you have to be attentive to the inner recognition, and when you see the second attention of the reflections going on around you, you’re simply shown the degree to which you’re not attentive to the inner flow.
Where people always seem to stay lost in this whole process is they pick and choose on how it is that they can orchestrate themselves in the flow. In other words, they will say, “this, but not that.” It does not work that way. That’s thief energy again. It doesn’t work that way. You’re either intertwined as a oneness or you’re not.
And so, the dilemma is, is we are so spoiled that we have to have it working just the way we can best conceive it to be working, before we’re able to accept it and then we can put up with it, if it works just the way we want it to be contrived to work.
Then that means you’re rejecting a whole huge other aspect of things, because you’re saying that that’s beneath you, or below you, or vibrationally off, or weirds you out or whatever. No wonder you have such crisis in the world. You have it just in your day-to-day. And the key is your recognizing yourself in everything that’s intertwined.
It’s really hard to do that because if you have any slight deviation—in other words, if you’re doing something in the present and then that other seems to be, like, okay maybe an hour from now or two hours from now, if you hold that into a suspense—then you’re lost and confused and don’t really know where you’re going. That has to be present as part of your nature and mannerism on a regular, constant basis. And you don’t pick and choose.
Another thing that really throws people off is they know how they want to relate; they know how they want things to be, so they can go off and they can actually stir up the subject matter and the energetic that goes and corresponds with that. And then, as they’re in that, they then ignore everything else around them. They can do it that way, too.
It’s another form of stealing. It’s another thief energy. You have to be aware of everything at all points in time around you, because you’re intertwined with everything. You know, you can’t be saying that you like this and not that. If it’s raining outside, it’s raining outside, that’s fine. If it’s hot outside, it’s hot outside, that’s fine. I mean, it even comes down to that level.
If it’s windy, it’s windy, it’s fine. In other words, just because it’s windy, doesn’t mean that you can’t now function because it doesn’t go along with the orchestration of events that you need to have happen. You don’t have that luxury when you’re intertwined with everything. You have to accept it all. And this is a big theme subject.
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