In the Unfoldment

GRIYThis dream image can give a sense of what it is like to be in the flow of things because, as things unfold, there are surprises and strange events, yet there are also opportunities for new information and knowings. And this is as it should be: we will never control what other things are doing in life, but we can be conscious of ourselves and the way we stay focused to the human purpose to which we are joined. (At the end of this post there are instructions and a link to download this recording to your computer.)

Jeane: The next dream, that I kind of just remember scenes in, takes place in a desert city. And there’s one wall as you kind of walk in where there are soldiers that stand guard, like with different kinds of rifles or machine guns. There are three or four of them, kind of lounging against that wall.

There’s also a place where I know people are singing, and there’s one place where I know somebody, I guy I think first, kind of just his car comes to a halt in front of where we are. And then we walk up wanting to go to the place where everyone’s singing, there’s a woman who comes and she kind of runs her car into the wall next to us, or bumps it into it.

And we looked in and she’s kind of passed out in the car. And it almost feels like the car is kind of sealed with some kind of plastic, or a window you can see through, but it’s like a convertible that is covered. There’s something over her that’s kind of covering her, and she looks like she’s passed out in the car.

We’re moving around this village a lot. At one point we’re next to the soldiers at the gate; you and I are making out so that they’ll just ignore us, but we’re also kind of spying a little on what they’re doing. And then I’m taking you into one of the shops, and it felt like we have knowledge of an older woman, almost from another time during the war or something, that people even sing a song about her, but it’s like they thing that, you know, just something happened then everything with her came to an end. But I know the shopkeeper knows the rest of the story.

And we go into the shop, and I think he will sing us the rest of the story. And what I think the rest of the story will be is I think where everybody just thought that she came to a stop, or was captured at some point during the war, I think she was actually one of those who went into the factory that was in the movie Schindler’s List and became one of those people that helped people escape. And I think that’s the song he’ll sing us. Anyway, that’s when I woke up.

John: So, what you did that’s a little different, is what Ellen describes. Well, first of all, he says that in terms of what needs to be done in life, that most of us haven’t made the journey. And it’s the journey through what is called the Ring of Fire.

And what the Ring of Fire is, is that you have to lose all of the personal aspect of yourself in order to actually be able to do something in a knowingness way in life, because otherwise what you will be doing will involve some aspect of ego. In other words, personal identification. And then you have that aspect of ego and personal identification, then you do not honor the energetic that is behind the flow of things, that is from the standpoint of a knowingness. You do not honor it. You instead get caught in some aspect of identity, or self glorification or something.

So you have to have gone through and then annihilated, or burned, in terms of what is called this Ring of Fire. And so what Ellen was pointing out there are only a handful in that room that have done this. None of the others have done it. And so he was also pointing out, why is he even describing something which is about something that no one is able to see, either? And he said, “Well, the reason is because a Sufi is meant to be able to see what isn’t seen. And that there has been a shortcut that has been designed for this period of time, and that is that as long as your focus and attention is correct you can participate in the process.”

See that’s what your dream is like. It has a certain focus and attention to it that ends up being able to be involved and, to your surprise, finding out that you’re always kind of in the right place at the right time in terms of what takes place. What I recall, vibrationally, about what you’re saying is that first there’s kind of a sound, you know, that you hear, right?

Jeane: Um-huh.

John: And that draws your attention. And then there is something that attempts to get there, to pay attention to it, but crashes and gets sealed in a car, right?

Jeane: Right.

John: And then what happens after that?

Jeane: Then it’s like you and I are kissing over near the gates, I think where the soldiers are, kind of spying on them.

John: Yeah, there’s the diversion. There’s the diversion, but at the same time there is the focus and attention. That focus and attention draws you in terms of a holding a capacity so that you then can come closer to what needs to unfold and, in that way, you can intuit, or invoke, or invibe what needs to follow. That’s the principle of the feminine.

The feminine is just plopped into life, actually is able to do the entire process because as long as it pays close attention and adheres to that, then its vibration, and the way that it’s able to touch life, unfolds, extends, reaches, probes out, and moves into what is meant to be as an unfoldment.

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