Yesterday we saw an image of being chased by the Mob, pointing to the kind of fear associated – on an inner level of the dreamer – with opening up a certain aspect of herself that has been repressed. In the follow-up dream, the image has progressed, the crisis is over, but some healing is still required to bring things back to a better state. And we see this healing happening as an act from one part of the dreamer (therapist) reaching out to the wounded part of the dreamer. This is how we progress, in this back and forth process of becoming more conscious. (At the end of this post there are instructions and a link to download this recording to your computer.)
Jeane: So, in this next dream, it feels like there’s a woman who’s really upset; and she’s kind of an odd looking woman. I even feel like maybe she’s coming home from having been at an agency, or a hospital, or somewhere.
She’s very tall and a little heavyset. She almost looks like she doesn’t have any arms. She just has a little something odd about her, and I’ve been told I’m to help her and she’s been told that I am to help her.
And when she comes home it’s like I’m looking at her come up her driveway to her house. Her husband has already gone inside. She goes in, and then she comes out and she falls down on the driveway, on her knees, and just kind of prostates herself because she’s crying and she’s upset.
So I go over to her and kind of touch her back, and help her up, and it seems like I take her to my house and set her on my bed. And then I realize that although I’m to help her she doesn’t know anything about me, so I just start telling her about myself and maybe some of the things I don’t normally tell people. It might even be things like the dogs I used to have or, you know, that I used to do some work but a lot the work wasn’t just straight psychotherapy but I also did some alternative therapies. But also things like the dogs and other things about myself so she’ll know a little bit about me so that I can help her better.
John: So you’re continuing the previous image, from the standpoint that this time you’re pointing out that the basis upon which… It’s kind of like a Yin Yang happened in the first image, where something on the extreme on the other side, within, caused an opening up so that the opposite effect would be something that would come out that normally it would remain repressed, unconscious, that needs to be made conscious.
Now whenever something like that happens, your dream is telling you, that the parts of yourself that took a step like this – because it knew could take a step like that – also has the responsibility for what it unleashes, or causes, in terms of an impact.
And so, in the dream, you have the two aspects of yourself. You have an aspect of yourself that is coping fine, and then you have the aspect of yourself that’s become a wreck of things, that’s become a wreck based upon whatever it is that’s occurred.
Now the part of yourself that has a particular kind of depth is also connected vibrationally to something that can heal or, in other words, has a quality about its exuding energy that can sweep over the effect so that you can hold the effect of what has gone askew, or is pushed over an edge.
Another image of the way the principle is, it is said that you can only go as high as you can go low – meaning you have to go into the depths of yourself in order to actually grow consciously. And so what you’re doing is you’re creating just a plop image kind of thing where you’re seeing a part of yourself working with another part of yourself, and holding the two together. And you could say that one part’s on one extreme, one part’s on another extreme, and that’s just kind of how it works as you develop a depth, or a scope, a width, or whatever you want to call it of your being. An openness of your being.
And then now if you take this information back to what we’ve learned in prior dreams, the opening up like this is important for you to be able to have access to all of the variables inside of yourself, because all of the variables composited make up the soul. In other words, you’re created out of everything that exists. And so then when you have an openness that catches up and can take in and not have to annihilate, or reject, anything, and is able to take and recognize on a soul level, then that is when you’re able to have a directed focus that can effectuate things more in life.
Now to begin with you’re effectuating things in terms of yourself, using kind of like the together part of yourself, or the higher self, to heal the lower self that cracked or is crumbling. And it’s always going to be that way, in that in the process in that regard it is like that. And that process leads to the development of a recognition of knowingness that comes from the soul because you have this, and this, and you’ve got the perspective.
And that’s a natural knowingness, then. And then from that natural knowingness you’re able to feel inside of yourself what is meaningful in terms of the flow of the soul, in terms of in the outer. That’s why that’s significant. Most people go along and they take and they have their notions as to what they’re doing, and why they’re doing it, and their notions are just notions, you know, but they don’t have the big picture, so that’s why they’re just notions. But when you go into the depth of yourself, and when you deal with this like that, like you’re doing, you’re developing a spectrum so that what you know is more than just a notion. It has the scope, it has the breadth of all that there is.
Do you see how the two twined? It’s interesting.
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