Do our dreams reflect our life, or does our life reflect our dreams. You could say the scenarios of both types of stories unfold in ways that help us grow, and provide opportunities for us to get what we need to learn or understand. And in that process, what we generate from within ourselves is usually a form of creating a release of something that we already have in us as a capability, but it just needs the circumstance and effort to release it. (At the end of this post there are instructions and a link to download this recording to your computer.)
Jeane: I just remember the one dream. In this dream I’m with a man, I’ve like traveled with him to somewhere in the south where his family lives where we’re staying at a house where his brother is.
I don’t remember as much about that, except sometimes going into a room that we stayed in and at some point it dawns on me that while I’m thinking about, you know, when we’re going to leave and come back where I live and everything, that he really wants us to stay and live down there. And, although I don’t particularly want to do that, and he hasn’t really talked about any of the details of it yet, I’m trying to figure out what to do about that because it’s like if he’s staying there I have to figure out, even if I wanted to leave, you know, how to get back, which means I probably need to go get a job or something, or maybe I need to go get a job anyway, if I’m going to stay there.
I have a feeling I don’t really want to live there a long time, and maybe his thought is we’d be living with his brother or his family, too, and I’m not awfully happy with that thought. But I decide, you know, maybe I need to go look around and see about a job.
It feels like I go down to this resort and I look around, and I see it’s a resort that has a couple levels to it. And this town has one main street where everything happens and maybe it’s along a river or something and it’s southern, and when I go into this motel I go downstairs in the motel where people stay, and then upstairs there’s lots of activity and I notice that they serve them cookies in some of the areas at night, too, although some of the cookies are burnt because I go and look at them.
And I run into somebody that I used to know and, as part of her work there at the motel, she sometimes gives massages to people that are staying there. And I’m thinking, well, I could do that. You know, I have some experience with massage, but not a lot. But it doesn’t really require a professional, and I seem to be kind of heavyset in this dream, and I’m looking around at what I’m wearing, and I’m wondering what other things I could do, and I think about maybe some of the agencies in town, and what experience do I have that would translate? Because I don’t necessarily have any of my credentials and stuff with me, but I do have experience.
And I look at some of the people that are staying at the hotel, I finally go and find the people that are running it, and we start having a dialogue about what I might be able to do. And I realize that they like that I’d grown up in a family business because that means that maybe I’d be trustworthy around handling the money, or at least know what’s involved, that you have to do a lot of multitasking. That’s about all I remember. It wasn’t a very exciting dream.
John: Well, two-thirds of the dream was the endeavor to try to figure out how to take something that needed to awaken, and bring it through.
And the first part of the dream had to do with it being imbedded in kind of needing to somehow or another find a means of being able to release. And so when you have that sense, the feminine has that sense, it needs to reach a point whereby something processes, or comes out, or flows as a type of coming out.
In other words, the feminine nature seeks something all the time as kind of a latent quality knowing that it has to connect, or be connected, in life by way of something that comes up from the depths of itself and flows. In other words, it’s meant to be a container energy that is in flow, or in harmony, with the outer.
If that nature is required to sit in an unfulfilled capacity, deep down inside it is always looking for a means to find a release whereby something then is able to go back, or plug in. The sensation is an in-breath sensation, an in-breath sensation that is held in check by basically a dullness or something, that exists in the nature of living in an illusionary state. The Kundalini energy of something at a depth with inside, that goes through that dilemma, involves the energy having to rise up, having to be released, so to speak, from its imbedded state in manifestation.
That’s the nature, and that’s the means of the feminine flow – and that’s an in-breath. And prior to hitting that, you were hitting a state in which there was a type of frustration at the beginning of the dream because something more needed to happen, and then you spent the rest of the dream figuring out how to create that release.
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