It’s so hard for us to do: to go with the flow of things, rather than always trying to control or “fix” them. It is our tendency to think we can control or fix things that has put us in the state we are in, because we have 7 billion views on how that should be done. Instead, we should have 7 billion people aligned to the one thing that is really going on: the universe is evolving and refining, and we can make ourselves a part of that process. (At the end of this post there are instructions and a link to download this recording to your computer.)
Jeane: In my dream, it feels like there’s this area that’s more on the edge of town; it’s like a cabin or a second residence out there. And there’s some other small residences out there that people have.
I remember there’s one part of the dream I didn’t quite pull out, but it seems to me like one of these residences has something about it that’s painted very gold. You know, I remember the rooms with gold color.
But actually, these are basically the parts of the dream I remember clearly, these are more like little cabins or even garages that have been converted into living quarters, or maybe living quarters that have a little garage added, and some of them the walls even kind of join together or are only a few feet apart. You go a certain number of yards and there will be another little cabin. Well, it feels like initially when I’ve gone out there and we’ve looked at a house this couple has, it’s a very small little cabin or something. The initial one, you can go out, stay a while. It’s like I like how it feels.
Then, before I leave that day, the couple tells me that I should look at this other place, too, but I think, that you would kind of add to it. That’s the best way I can think of. You just walk a certain number of yards and there are some buildings that run together—almost like they used to be a garage that had been broken up into living quarters, or something. And then I’m looking at that space, thinking maybe there would be a garage space in there, but there’s actually I find a room, that seems like some living quarters and has a washing machine and that adds something that the other place didn’t have.
So, I’m even staying there for a while. My sister comes and somebody else in the family comes and I’m doing some laundry, but evening comes and they decide they’re all going back to town – and I can’t quite figure that out. If you have this place that you want to use, it’s more like a weekend place. Like I said, it’s small and everything and it’s actually now grown into almost like two areas. I’m not sure why you wouldn’t stay there the whole weekend, but they leave.
And then I’m looking at—it feels a little strange to be staying there more by myself, but I’m also a little preoccupied because there’s a washing machine in a second little add-on unit. And it’s not too far from an area that one could use as a garage, too, that I also have my eye on.
But I had put some throw rugs in the washing machine, just like those little kind of throw rugs that one uses as you come into a unit, when I notice that there’s been some rock salt that had spilled, or something that looks like rock salt. And it’s caused one of the rugs to clump together. And so I’m kind of yanking it apart, seeing if the rock salt will fall out. Some of it’s clumped so much I’m not sure I can salvage that rug, but then I notice the rug behind it has come out fluffy and is okay. So I’m kind of preoccupied with trying to salvage that rug.
Then I also know there’s almost what looks like a little shack. It’s about the size of what an outhouse used to be, except it’s very pulled together and it’s a certain shade. It’s certain colors, like orange and yellow, or something, that’s even further down on the property, kind of overlooking a river area. And I’m looking at that, too, although for us to add any more property when we already kind of added to that are a little distance from each other to wherever we normally live. It doesn’t make sense to me. I notice that there’s something about that that kind of pulls one in that direction, as well.
John: The key is, why are you doing what you’re doing? First of all you’re pulling away from a flow that is occurring, as part of, say, a town, or in terms of the outer cause and effect of things, or the sensation of things, that’s of a town.
Or the other way you could say it is in terms of how the collective unfolds in a town setting. And instead, you’re finding value and meaning in terms of something that you can see yourself connect or link to that is not affected by other things. But it’s small. You’re not meant to stay small, you’re meant to intertwine. You’re meant to facilitate something that needs to naturally flow that isn’t affected by conditions that weigh down upon something.
What you’re not looking at directly is quite why it is, and how it is, that this flow kind of naturally occurs to where you’re able to continue to expand your overall presence. And the reason is you see this, but you don’t know what it is about you that compels you to keep adding to the spatiality. And what it is it’s kind of a natural intertwining. It’s a natural connectivity. The sum total of all of that is a type of exaltation.
In other words, it’s like you are learning to go with a naturalness that is there, that isn’t opposed by outer forces. That, in this particular case, isn’t a derivative of the outer forces either, it’s like something that’s able to just exist without any controls. In other words, there’s nothing that defines or keeps or restricts you from intertwining.
If there was, for example, enough contrast in place, you would realize that the intertwining is that of a type of exaltation. In other words, you’re not taking and increasing the area, under which you have a linkage or intertwining, just to be doing it because you’re out of control. That is what it would be like if you were working with the sensation functions. But you’re working with something different. You’re working with something that actually is employing an innerness that is coming through you in a non-sensation way, but in an exalted way, in which something is just taken over, taken on, assumed, and therefore, you can shift and change and do things, and be completely embraced by everything in the environment as you do this.
The underlying theme is: what is that energy? What is that quality that compels you to combine, unite, expand, exalt? And that energy is kundalini energy.
Now, the kundalini energy—I mean, this is hard to see in your dream this is what’s going on, but it’s more easy to see in my dream because I’m shown this, told this even, directly. But if you were to stop even in your dream and pause, why it is that you want to pull something together. I mean, there’s no reasons given. And you don’t intertwine if there’s any fighting or battle or resistance that exists.
What we have right now in society is we have things breaking down. And as this stuff breaks down, we struggle and we carry a heaviness in the heart. And we can get drained by it. And what is getting drained is a quality of the Kundalini energy, a power that we need, that soars into a type of exaltation in that it can become like intimately intertwined with everything that there is out there. But it cannot do that if it has issues with what is unfolding, if it can’t accept what is in front of it, if it fights what is there, what is taking place.
And this seems to be the big dilemma that seems to exist is that we live in a world of contrast, in which the ecosystem and everything is breaking down, and the tendency is to recognize that something needs to be done differently, or otherwise it is all going to come crumbling to pieces. And so the degree to which we take positions is the degree of derangement.
You notice that anybody who is really trying to do something, or anyone who is standing behind a cause, warps themselves. They exhaust themselves. They play out that energetic that is imperative and important to being able to cause something to change, to be different. This is kundalini energy. It’s almost like a strange way of looking at it in that it’s like it includes this side and the other side. It’s the linkage that already naturally exists.
It’s almost like when inner and outer were created, this is an aspect of inner that was left. And it is said that it’s for purpose of procreation. Well, yes, it procreates all the time. It procreates everything that needs to be, according to a design that needs to unfold. It’s not just that of sexuality. It’s that of an intertwining, as well. And it does it with a closeness that is almost, on one level, a type of sexuality by appearance if you were to define it from the standpoint of the outer in terms of sensuality and senses and sensation. But when you look at it from this whole other part or way, in which you don’t fight anything, but go with what is changing. And you do so in such an intimate, close way, actually you create no resistance from anything that would you normally consider as dark energy or negative.
The consequence of that is everything opens up, everything unfolds. There isn’t a need to have anything secretive or hidden. And that whole thing is so expansive, it’s so connective, it’s so intertwined, it’s so inclusive, it’s called exaltation. It’s an amazing characteristic.
And so, what you were doing is you were looking at an image that was unfolding and that, as it unfolded and everything intertwined and whatnot, and there wasn’t any reservations or restrictions or anything to hold you back from this just naturally unfolding, that you were dealing in a natural wonder. The idea that that is a type of exaltation is probably more of a statement that kind of comes perhaps in an explanation of, say, a masculine way.
But in terms of the feminine way, you were able to just exude and effuse out in a wonderful way. The idea of exaltation is not even in the picture, like something that is magical there and unfolds in a non-confrontational or hostile mannerism, because it can work with that. It doesn’t oppose that.
And so, my dreams pointed out a different change in terms of how the attention was placed, so that you don’t end up with exhaustion and a heavy heart.
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