Lessons To Be Learned

upward-spiralSpiritual development can be seen as a process of accrual: through our practices we gain new insights and then we need to incorporate those insights into our everyday life. Then we repeat the process, as we slowly elevate energetically by letting go of what no longer fits what we are reaching for. So it is not a straight path, it’s an upward spiral. Yet it must be remembered: with higher energetics comes greater energetic responsibility. (At the end of this post there are instructions and a link to download this recording to your computer.)

Jeane: In my second dream it’s like there’s a large office building and it’s run by a lady who’s very particular how things are. And I don’t work there, but I suddenly seem to be recruited that I’m going to have to go stock it, put things on the desk that belong there.

And I know she’s very particular, and I’m a little nervous because I don’t work there, yet everybody that works there seems to have left the building – so it’s going to be left to me to go do this, with maybe there’s an occasional person around.

John: In other words, you’re going to put in order, or in balance, something about the whole; you’re stocking it. In other words, it’s a responsibility you carry. Okay.

Jeane: Yeah, it might be even things like she likes little candies in the desk.

John: That’s a natural role of the feminine, to look out for its environment.

Jeane: But I’m a little nervous because I know how fussy she is and because I don’t work there, so it’s like I’m going into the building and it’s new to me. So I go in and then I look at the container I’ve been given, to carry the things to put away, and I notice that some of the things in there have broken apart from their packaging, like if there are some little candies they’ve kind of all fallen separately as opposed to staying in neat little packages.

And so this increases my anxiety a little bit more, because now I’m going to have to find new containers for some things, or figure out how they go when they’re not in the container I was already given. I’ll just have to wing it, is my feeling.

John: No, no, no. No, not at all. Actually this is a new thing that has to be taken into account, whenever you’re making a change in something.

In other words, you have a responsibility in terms of the overall environment that you’re in, and when you attempt to extend that out to where you’re affecting a situation that is not readily in your immediate environment or presence, I mean you in your overallness are connected to everything in the entire overall, but there is that which is present, and that which is still having to open up – that is also part of you.

And so, if all of a sudden, your attention is upon that which also needs to open up, that is part of you, but isn’t right there at your fingertips or, so to speak, in your day-to-day routine environment where you have a responsibility, when you attempt to take and probe out into something like that, that is when you get caught up in how the symmetry of things are in the overall – because some things are fouled up, or disturbed, or in a chaotic state for a particular reason.

There are lessons to be learned. There is an overall Gaia that holds it together that way for reasons, and if you disturb that something else can go awry. Well, in this particular case that’s a masculine way of looking at it, but in this particular case you are seeing that in order for you to come out of the blue, so to speak, and try to adjust something in that environment, you have to take into account the particular nuances of that situation, of that environment. And if you don’t take that into account, then you’re going to create another sort of discombobulation.

Those are great dreams.

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