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Aron Bourke

Where does the future come from? How does it get here? It is very simple to believe that time just unfolds and what we do in the meantime brings about the future. But if you believe that the universe has a purpose, then the future can only arrive in one way: it comes down to us from higher realms. It doesn’t come in the form of a modern design, but in the form of new energies that bring new possibilities. Those new possibilities are translated through life, from inner into outer, and the future appears before us in manifestation. (At the end of this post there are instructions and a link to download this recording to your computer.)

Jeane: The thing last night is I didn’t pull out my dreams, but it felt like I dreamt all the time and the dreams seemed to have a theme of like almost like being in a race, you know, like a foot race. And going somewhere and feeling like I’m getting ahead of something, you know, and it felt like it had that theme a lot, but I don’t remember details.

John: One of the themes that existed, that reverbed a lot, was there’s a pace, for me it was like 15, and that pace would be what you might consider ordinarily, in kind of an outer motif way of looking at things, to get by just fine. But that motif can’t possibly hold its own with anything.

And then there’s a pace, it’s a speeded up pace that’s 25, and that’s a speeded up pace that you can’t sustain, something about your physical nature is going to have a hard time sustaining that pace. That’s where you tend to be too over the top or something. You don’t contain the energy right.

Well, that pace is just good enough to hold a status quo in the outer. In other words, be between on the inner, between the inner and the outer, in other words not necessarily thrown around, but able to catch up with things. You have to go faster than that, even 25, in order to be in a place in which you’re able to touch something before it was born, in other words, a quietness, or a stillness that is not yet in manifestation. So yes, that was part of the themeing was the speed

So, you know, there is a whole thing of a suspense that’s building and, therefore, you would have the reverb, kind of a pace, or a speed.

So in my meditation dream, I did something a little different because there is something about the way the energy is here. So the scenario and general dream observation is I kind of point out that I’m in upper India. The dreams that I have been having going into this adventure indicates that the outer is on a destructive course; it can’t shift, the most rationally, conscious actions have been steadily backfiring.

Yet still, in the dreaming, I see myself trying to persevere as if something is possible, but no evidence whatsoever, of course, of that, and that’s because again there’s that speeding up that’s necessary, that gets you outside of time. And over and over what I see as a result of inner awareness effects do not have a noticeably meaningful effect upon the whole. In other words, my experiences inside don’t quite do what is necessary to effect the whole in a consequential way.

In other words, why is that? I say this because the evidence is obvious. In the outer, everything keeps getting worse and worse. I’m trying the same old inner-into-outer approach again knowing that the overall effect, if the pattern holds true, will be that the direness of an unfolding situation will just keep getting worse and worse, and that I am only affecting infinitesimal aspects on the margin, but not having a prevailing effect that is significant or meaningful or even observable in relationship to the overall where the transformation intertwining is needed.

And then I go through what is called a section that I call “suddenly I get it.” What I see is an answer to everything I observe in the outer. In other words, the fact that every effect is insignificant, every effect in the outer is insignificant. From this way of looking at it it’s insignificant. It’s insignificant because it’s as if the flow is unable to make a dent or change anything.

This has to do with the way something is designed. It is known that this is a period in time when a new design is possible. This is a period in time when the old ways are dead, so the observation is this: everything is breaking down in the outer because that is how the future was shaped and visualized to be long, long, long ago. And so for a person to come now and have a sense of the future, and try to impose the sense of the future, when you’re living in a time when something has already been designed to be this way, is fighting something. In other words, that which we are living now, as the dreamed, it has a vibration about it. But the future does not have a vibration, and that’s to be written yet.

So in order to connect properly, a different relationship is needed. As the table continues to be set by a decision that is destined, in other words, everything in the manifestation is destined, what is needed now is for the future, from this point in time, to be imaged within. So what we’re talking about is an aspect of dealing with time. I’m still seeing it in a way that creates confusion because you’re still thinking of time as time.

To do this a human being has reached to a different relationship with time. The inner-into-outer pinging that goes up against a prophesied design is not the answer. I mean that’s still working with vibrations and these vibrations are, so to speak, in the same motif or mind that created all of this.

The answer is to dream the future dream with time being the future, not the present. In the present the vibrations of inner into outer that were dreamt long ago are playing out as scripted and we are all caught in the collective inner effect. What I keep trying to say is this: the effect of the vibration in life predominates as intended. The present is prophesied and designed and that is not where my attention is needed. My attention is needed in a stillness in which manifestation’s future design and prophecy is not a given. It is not a given because the potential rising from the ashes of what is meant to be now has yet to be designed.

In other words, this is an awkward way of trying to say that the future comes into the present, even though that’s not quite right either in terms of how the mind sees things. In other words, you work with a stillness and out of the stillness something rises to the surface, and then that becomes manifestation. Consciousness needs to be upon the stillness of what is to be designed for the future, experienced upon an unconstellated level. To fight the outer with the current inner unfolding vibrations is going up against destiny. I do not have that right.

This aspect of the way of God is ordained. The will of God, not yet formed, to be constellated out of the stillness of a nothingness is utilizing what you call a quality of time that we can’t put our finger upon now in which there’s a revealing therein, a kind of so-called unknown sign of spirit made flesh as the new dream. Upon this level of beingness there is only beginning/end essence that is one and the same with the nothing but nothingness.

The closest the mind can come to portraying the principle is in making a rather abstract and confusing statement that the future needs to be brought into the present, so 1,000 years from now those living then will be experiencing the dream through them. As for our consciousness now, we are the notions of an inner omniscience in manifestation. The inner omniscience has been carefully designed into flesh as a creative essence, and when we don’t like it what we’re trying to do here is affect the outer with the same inner mind that created it – instead of taking the next step upon a deeper inner stillness level requiring formulation.

As I am writing this up, the dogs outside are barking even though it is nearly 2 a.m. in the morning, the fleas in my bed are biting, this is a scenario that is befitting. If you get angry or upset then you’ll miss something because behind all of that there’s a game going on. You have to dance outside of your set modality, which raises the question: for the caravan to move, for the future to evolve, where is the dream?

In the present, the dogs are barking and the fleas are biting. To say the same thing all over using other words, what is needed is a stillness outside of a predesigned manifestation. At this time, we are the dreamed. The dreamed and the dreamer must find each other again. The dreamed is a vibration made flesh. The dreamer’s home is in the emptiness stillness before time began, or begins.

So then that raises the sequence of questions: who is the dreamer? And what is a dream? Is the dreamer conscious in a physical here and now? Is the dream in the here and now? What would happen if the dreamer woke up the dream? For this to be so, can there be a dreamer and a dreamed within time as we know it? If so, would that be a phase before we were vibrationally born as manifestation?

In other words, we’re talking about a different aspect of time. The old dream has its moments but is unable to shift collective vibrating conditions. Those constructs are preordained and designed to die now – so why mess and try to futter with it? And, of course, you could take this to questions about all ideas about trying to establish peace or to try to do anything. Instead we’re here to dream the dream, so to speak, as a stillness, because if you catch up with something on a vibratory level it’s always going to have its hiccup, it’s always going to break down in some capacity. And you can get clearer and clearer with it maybe, to a certain level of refinement, but it is always going to break down because it’s designed to break down now – so why do we beat ourself up then?

We’re here for the next step, and that’s kind of outside of time. It’s hard to describe because how do you describe something in which you’re so used to having to look at everything as time? How do you describe a nothingness, or a stillness, in which there is no vibration? How do you get beyond the principle of dharma that the Buddhists have? You know, where each person takes and is what they are based upon something that has come alive or awakened in terms of their soul expression? We have to go beyond that because then that still is caught in the design of things. We have to go beyond that in order to create the new dream.

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107df_bThese dreams offer some iconic imagery, in the form of people endowed with magical powers and people flying. Yet they also cut to the heart of the matter of human purpose, and that has to do with a human correcting things in the environment – energetically first and foremost. It has been portrayed that God is perfect and that the universe is completely natural, but everything is relative, and the human can help improve everything it touches in life by using its intentions and energetic connections to make things better. When we do that, it is a connection to the true magic of life. (At the end of this post there are instructions and a link to download this recording to your computer.)

Jeane: So in my first dream… actually, I lost my first dream or two. I think they involved some kind of chase, but I don’t remember them.

In this next dream it’s like there’s this older man and this younger man that have gotten together that are magicians, or they have magic, and they seem to be after myself and a man that I’m with, an older man also.

So they seem to be after us, and it’s like when they catch up with us, especially the young man, he’s kind of fighting me, and the older man’s maybe confronting the other older man. It’s like they want to destroy us with their magic, but I suddenly remember that their magic actually came from the older man – who was also me.

It happened years ago when they both maybe had been drinking and they’d fallen down in this subway or something. They were sleeping next to each other and me as this older man had given the other man this magic because it was too much, didn’t want to deal with it or something. Of course now they don’t know that, but now I’ve realized that so when the younger man comes to try to imprison or use magic against me, at first I kind of gently try to dissuade him, but then once I know that he only has the magic because I gave it to him I can take it away. I can have it again, or I can take it away.

John: The dream is portraying an effect that’s being compelled for you to catch up with, or to bring out, from your first dream that you lost that involved the chase scene. It involves having to be shaken, or there’s a catching up with that. And of course the challenge is to catch up with that, or it to catch you, or come through. And when it comes through you’re able to endow or bestow, through the way you are, certain things, and it happens to the environment that you’re in.

The question you should have is, you have a sense of that, do you feel a heightened closeness to it as a result of the dream?

Jeane: I should note that these are the first dreams we’ve had on our first night in the Himalayan Mountains, which is a pretty powerful area.

So in this next dream I’ve been somewhere with you. We went out for the evening. At first when I start to drive back, it’s like I’m in a convertible or something, and I want to get across the railroad tracks before the train comes, but I see that I’ve waited a minute too long and the crossbars have come down – plus I realize my car is maybe on the tracks a bit, that I’m oriented wrong as far as the way I’m facing, so I back up and change position.

Then I realize I still want to get somewhere sooner, so I must abandon the car and I decide I want to fly home. I haven’t been flying lately. I’m with you and you’re not always certain you can fly, and then in the process of going up to a building, or to get a little more height or something, there’s somebody that you totally annoy, another guy, who decides he needs to chase you or hit you or something.

And so now I really need to get you to fly, so I kind of get you to fly but this guy kept getting close to us, like maybe we climb out on a ladder and he wants to try to grab us, but I make us jump and so that gives us that little bit of height that encourages and makes it a little easier to fly.

So we’re flying. You’re still kind of new to flying, so he can kind of see us and try to chase us, and even at one point tries to catch your wrist and bind it to something because he’s really annoyed at whatever you did. But I keep flying and getting us closer to home. And suddenly as I am closer to home there’s a young girl there, and she’s looking at me, and I’ve kind of picked her up and it’s like I want to show her how to fly, too.

And she asks if it’s magic. At first I joke about it being magical, but then I say, “You know, it’s really not magic to know how to fly, but it’s true that there’s magic in the world and this relates to that.”

John: So the thing that you have to flush through is, you carry a sense, in terms of what you have to hold onto inside yourself. The way you presented it, the way that it unfolds, is opposite. The idea of flying is something that comes up from a depth inside of yourself, and it comes up as a depth inside of yourself. It awakens as a depth inside of yourself, it effectuates things from a depth inside of yourself – as a consequence of you being able to accept and pull something into a tranquility or harmony to pull it down.

It’s like the dream is saying, in a scenario way, that you have a way, or have the means, or you have what is necessarily needed to be able to take energetics – using me as an example – that are not appropriate for the situation, or off in some regard, and bring it into a calm. And that bringing that into a calm, or into a cadence, into an alignment, causes the release of magic into the world, causes the sensation of a flying, which is the masculine element releasing.

So you’re describing something that’s almost really difficult to put into words because we’re not used to talking about, or looking at something like this, or speaking of something like this. We’re used to the idea that theres something about the feminine nature that, in order for her to be who she is meant to be, in order to catch up with her own inner magic, that she has to somehow or another accommodate, be excited by, hold a continuity towards, and to, things that are in her environment.

If she reacts, she isn’t doing that, and is instead putting herself in harm’s way – just like the vehicle on the railroad tracks. The energy is coming, the train is flowing. When she is able to accommodate and bring something down and through, meaning giving something so that that can happen, letting go so that that can happen, then she keeps things from getting beat up.

If she looks at something that’s not right and doesn’t, in her own way, figure out how to handle that, then she doesn’t break free, she doesn’t fly either.

The idea of flying is kind of a masculine thing from the standpoint that you’re used to looking at flying as something which is off the ground, that is a quality of misaligned perception. But you’re using the word flying in the opposite direction. You’re using the word flying as something that arises out of having taken and accommodated the different energetics in the environment, accommodated those in such a way, absorbed those, accepted those, were okay with all of that, in such a way without reaction, so that the pent up energetic of something more, that can happen in manifestation, the flying now, which is magical, can happen.

And that, as you do this, this is actually being done into life. In other words, life is effectuated by this. This is kind of like, if the theme of being alive has something to do with changing of the dream, this is what changes the dream. What gets absorbed, what gets brought into a cadence, and a balance, it doesn’t feel like it’s haunted, or chased, or trying to shake something out, or figure out anything anymore. And then something totally unexpected, and magical, then something just changes.

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Jordanis Keramidas

Being held captive, a rescue on horseback, and an escape – these are the elements that we find in fairy tales and action movies. Yet when the images come from a dream, and we understand that all the elements are a part of the dreamer’s inner life, we can gain an insight into what is being wrestled with. To free oneself of something a person needs to summon an inner power greater that what holds the person back. Yet letting go is never easy, so the image shows the characters trying to grab supplies as they break free – but, of course, it can’t work that way. (At the end of this post there are instructions and a link to download this recording to your computer.)

Jeane: In this dream, I’m like a little girl but I’ve been bound and kept captive somewhere. My hands are kind of loosely in some kind of a soft handcuff and I’m kept somewhere. And I’m kept in this building that’s almost like a school; there’s other kids there.

Well, I’m trying to figure out how to get free, and I do get out of the room one day, and then there’s a horse outside and the horse turns into my uncle, so I get away with my uncle.

And then there’s me as the little girl, there seems to be me as an older version, and my uncle, and we are all trying to get out of town and escape. But we have to figure out how to get some supplies.

Now, I start looking around for supplies. My uncle, sometimes he’s like a man, my uncle, and sometimes he’s the horse again, and then there’s the little girl me also. Now when we go looking for supplies, she goes back to the school and she gets seen. And I don’t know why she went there looking for something – the school where she’d been kind of imprisoned. Some people see her, so I have to kind of get her out of there again.

And then we’re going through the town very fast. We can’t go back to the house, a house where we’re known. We’re trying to find some supplies. We go into a building, and it’s a building where there’s weavers and things. We think we may actually take some things from there, just like, you know, to stay warm or whatever. But I realize that whatever we take, they may put a tracker in it.

So I have a thought that we’ll take this tracker and we’ll give it to the kid on the street, we’ll find out where they’ve hid the tracker in whatever we take, and we’ll give it to a kid on the street. And that might solve the problem, except they might have a hidden tracker as well that I’d have to find. I think that’s the point in the dream when the glass fell over and so I woke up.

John: So the energetic of feeling like bound, or tied up, is the contractive condition of where one is still caught in some sort of allure or identification. So a power is needed, an inner power, that breaks through the trance that exists when one is enraptured with the condition of seeking to maintain a certain mannerism. 

And so the inner power comes, because it recognizes it can let go of that condition that keeps one bound. And so then you’re swept away.

So when you gain the inner power, you also access certain traits and qualities that you’re able to function with, that kind of come with the inner power. However the little girl experiences the power just as an energetic, in and of itself, and doesn’t need any of the accoutrements that help facilitate a sense of balance in terms of you and your way of relating to the outer. In other words, that can all fall away.

Well the reason why there’s the sense of people trying to capture you again is because one didn’t totally let go. The little girl suggests something that could have let go by wandering on off, but the concept is that doing so endangers her because she could be hurt.

That’s a type of worrying, and a type of imposed stress, as a way of being in place of the total letting go. In other words, there’s always the tendency, the human nature always has the tendency of having to utilize something, instead of being able to shift in such a way so that there’s nothing that has to be leaned on. And you can shift in such a way so you don’t ever even lean on the back of a wall, or another place, or tool or whatever. That would involve not sitting in a way that gives one some sort of sense of driftiness. These are all examples of holding on to something, when in reality you really don’t need to hold onto anything. It’s a deep dream.

So the glass broke and shattered the whole flow of the dream, but you pulled and held onto the dream even with the glass having shattered because the dream carried a resonance that pointed to something as a letting go towards an emptiness.

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