If we consider that our development is always in process, we can see how our dreams can show us where we are in that process. That knowledge can help us see the best way forward. In this example, the dreamer is trying to get free of the things that have been put upon her by others, to find a state that is more natural to her. That will ultimately enable her to progress because she is shedding what is “not her,” as a means of taking on more of what she wants to become. (At the end of this post there are instructions and a link to download this recording to your computer.)
Jeane: So in my next dream, it’s like I belong to an ice skating group at times. It’s run by kind of a dictatorial guy who designs the acts that we dance and everything, and sometimes he has us wear these really short skirts and outfits. And I’m noticing one of the girls, and I’m not even sure what she has on underneath it, but it’s the beginning of the ice skating season and we’ve gone out and we’re sitting on the bench while he talks to the crowd or something.
And then I notice that I’m wearing a garter belt underneath my little ice skating skirt, so when I go out and twirl on the ice it will show the snaps where the garter fastens, and I just feel that’s kind of a look I don’t really want. So while he’s talking to people further down the line in the group, before they have to get up and ice skate or something, I use that as kind of a cover to unfasten the garter belt and slip it off.
And then it feels like the stockings themselves have become almost like a plastic-type material that I have to strip off my legs as quickly as I can, and I kind of use the cover even when he comes over and he’s talking to us. I just kind of use his body as cover to finish that so that my legs will just be plain, and bare, and all the same color without garter belts, or anything else on them, before I dance.
And I know one of the other girls even questions me about this, but it’s almost like I want as natural a look when dancing as possible, rather than some kind of look someone else gave me, or that I felt was kind of cheesy or whatever.
John: I don’t know whether you can tell, or you can see this or not, but for some peculiar reason you need to know, and you need to understand, and you’re having to be trained to recognize the variables of what goes on at a particular aspect or level of the breath.
So you’re still in the same zone, identically in fact, in other words as you were in the previous dream. And so associated with that spot is another quality, and that quality is a type of way you look at yourself in kind of a sensation self-consciousness or something, in terms of how you see yourself. In other words, just like you have kind of the shock effect or something that occurs, that creates an attention, or a paying attention, or an on guard or something, so it doesn’t quite go into the total emptiness at the top. In this very same spot.
Once you have gotten to where you’re sticking, or you’re clicking, or you’re hitting there, it corresponds this whole thing about the garter belt imagery and whatnot, so you’re having to understand what all of that feels like, or sensates like. You’re having to understand that as yet another component, or variable, or mannerism that then has to reflect, or inflect, into life in a particular kind of defined way even. In other words, it’s going to have its correspondence straight across in terms of how you portray, or come across, in the outer.
In fact, the dream is like doing that, and so it really strikes me as interesting, the fact that we seem to have to be open and receptive to recognizing a point, in other words, the point where we’re located, the point of where something is going on with us. And I suppose it’s interesting to, or necessary to, try to recognize that point in relationship to the breath, especially when you know that the object is to bring something all the way down and through.
But then what’s so interesting is, you have this on various levels over and over and over again of the in-breath up, and then whatever is then down, and bring it all the way through. All of this is rather amazing because what it did is help zoom or zone in on the fact of breathing, and the importance of it in terms of it being a point of focus for consciousness, and access to the unseen light even.
In other words, you’re working with the unseen light, and you’re better able to catch up kind of as an inflection of that when you bring something all the way through to where it touches in creation, it touches manifestation, so that then something as a spirit energy can sparkle or awaken therein.
And that you can get a sense of that. That’s about as good as it gets type thing in terms of being able to actually hold on to something; otherwise we just sit in the expanse of the expanse. And when that something sparkles and opens up, that’s what’s meant by the eyes and ears of God able to appreciate the hidden treasure – because otherwise it’s too much to grasp.
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