Nothing is Needed

mandala1How many times, in waking life, have we felt something was missing, or something could be improved? Every day, most likely. But from a dream perspective, and from a universal energetic perspective, in any given moment each of us will fall into one of two roles: we are either supportive of what is naturally trying to happen or unfold, or we are disruptive of it by creating separation. And, in a sense, a spiritual journey is just the way to learn how to choose, more and more, to be in support of the universal. (At the end of this post there are instructions and a link to download this recording to your computer.)

Jeane: And then the next dream it’s like I’m at this place where a wedding is going to take place, and everybody feels somewhat like they’re from another country, either South America or the Middle East, and they’re all very formally dressed; the women all have poufy dresses on.

And it’s like when we go in we’re going to sit in these semicircular high risers that kind of start high and go down low until they are at the place where the ceremony takes place. So you go in and you sit. It’s almost more like how you sit at a basketball game, it’s that type of seats, and then they go down right to the floor to where the ceremony’s going to be.

Beforehand I’m looking at everybody and all the relatives and the people kind of amassed and the way they’re dressed kind of similarly. And I’m walking around with several people, including a woman that I recognize that wants to get married, but I don’t even know if she would know the person she was marrying. I’m discouraging it a little bit. I don’t understand quite the push for that.

But when we get down to the front she does something where then she does get grabbed by a man, whoever this man is, and then she’s going to marry him. And I see actually she’s okay with that.

But then I turn around and I notice where I’m standing near the front, so I might be blocking a view so I let some people kind of grab me and sit down kind of nestled in with them so that I’m just part of the group now.

And then I just have to kind of get comfortable because you have to push all of these dresses and things aside because everyone is dressed so formally, and kind of nestle in just to be part of watching what’s going on.

John: So you’re there, where there’s actually going to be a wedding, right?

Jeane: Yeah.

John: And what you’re describing is a condition of not being able to accept all of the pieces and components of all of that. In other words, you’re acting up.

When you come to a wedding, there’s a tone. The wedding includes all of the elements on both sides. In other words, it’s kind of a wholeness that’s been formulated as the expression for the wedding even, and it’s an expression of a completion, of a type of awakening—a completion and an awakening—and you have to stop all doingness, you just have to take and everyone applies a common attention as a type of support and oneness to the unfoldment of that process.

What you’re doing is you are undermining that process when you’re still looking at this from the standpoint of “something is needed,” you know, or that you want something. If you can sit there and sustain and uphold that whole overall process, what you’re doing is you’re supporting an image of something, an image, a reflective image of something, that has a joy to it, that has the support of all of the components, so to speak, in other words on both sides of the family.

As a theme begins, so it ends, and so if you’re at something like this in which you are, because you are in life, you are in creation. And if you’re continually trying to do something to try to make what you feel needs to come together – because when you see something, when you experience something, it sets in motion your own sense of inadequacy, rather than being in support of the whole, that is a misalignment.

Acting like that, conducting yourself like that, it’s not something the masculine is inclined to do. That’s something the feminine is inclined to do. In other words, you need to pay attention or recognize the flow, the energetic unfoldment, the music, so to speak, of the situation. Because within that music of the situation is a cadence, is an energetic, that pulls things together, that support something more so that things can become anew, afresh, so a new beginning can occur.

That’s what a wedding is and just being able to take, and sit, and observe music at the very beginning, like you were doing, leads to this kind of cadence. However, in this dream, you’re proceeding to act up and carry on yet. And if you would sit and catch up with the flow, and support the flow, then you would be at a point where you would be able to do what you’re meant to be able to do: you would be part of the process of something, a new unfolding. You’d be part of that.

Instead you are kind of in a position of—well, you’re veiling yourself from it. You’re keeping yourself from catching up with the sight of that. It’s a very interesting dream because I notice, for example, I decided to just take last night and pay attention to the real loud vibration of the music sound that resonates in my ears, and just let go of any tone, or mood, or mannerisms, or thoughts or whatever it might be, or concerns, or however it is that I might have, and just go into that as a type of music soothingness.

And when I did that, I realized that there is a spatiality there, that’s outside of time and space, that one can catch up with, or one can be in, in which everything is okay. When you drop that is when you have the barriers, and the gaps, and the confusion. And that’s when you could come out and you can look around and you can see where things are misaligned, or not acting up, or not coming together. But they do come together in that vibration just like the music at your beginning.

To download this file, Right Click (for PCs) or Control Click (for Macs) and Save: Nothing is Needed

Leave a Reply