We can dig up all the human bones we want, and it won’t bring us any closer to what is most ancient about us: our purpose. But our dreams can and do help us dig down inside ourselves to uncover, or unveil, this most ancient understanding. In this imagery, what is awakening is still in the form of a script – it is yet to be played out in life. But that is exactly what the universe hopes to get from us – the enactment of the script (purpose) we have been given. (At the end of this post there are instructions and a link to download this recording to your computer.)
Jeane: Then I have two other short vignettes. One just seems to be that, again, I’m in a room with a group of people. And they’re asking about somebody, and it’s a man that I knew years ago who, in the outer reality, has since died. I think he had written a book. He gave some seminars. He worked with the breath a lot.
They don’t even know he’s died, and they never knew him, but they’re asking about something so I just make a few short sentences about how he worked with people, and maybe what he was like, but I realize they’ll never really know him. To them it was just a name they’d heard, so they’re asking about it. So I just mention a few things that I knew about him, and that seemed to be all of that little vignette. And then it went right into a dream.
John: What that’s about is, instead of it being present, and alive, and quickened, and a type of awareness that’s really tangible, that’s something that’s really taken in in an acuteness that’s alive in the here and now, you’re instead denoting its movement, and movement inside of yourself, as if that is something that’s imbedded, that sits way back, that’s once upon a time or something.
That’s kind of how we initially start to perceive something trying to awaken inside of ourselves, is that it has the sense of being an ancient, ancient memory. Eventually it becomes something that is just so ongoing that it’s impossible, it becomes very difficult, to see the distinctions. But when you’re still in the motif of seeing separate things in the environment around you, then the infusion that comes from the higher aspect of an all intertwined, connective, correlated way of being is kind of snuffed out a bit because, you know, that would interfere with the idea of separateness.
And yet, at the same time, because the idea of separateness is an illusion that one has taken on, maybe for defense purposes, for whatever reason anyway, and that there is a sense that when you drop that that there is something so much more that can unveil, to catch up with that intertwined wholeness and such you have not quite given yourself permission to do that, or to be that way, yet that’s what exists, and you know that somewhere.
So the sense that you have, then, is a sense in which that is an ancient memory somewhere. In other words, it hasn’t quite been pulled through in making it livably tangible.
Jeane: In the next dream it’s like there’s a group of us that are going to put on a play, or a performance, of some kind. And there’s a woman there and her son is coming because he has the script for the play.
And he arrives, and then I see that, because he lays the script down, it’s a soft covered script. There really isn’t a binder cover for the script. So I’m looking at it. He’s laid it down. I’m looking at the manuscript on which the play is based. And I realize that it goes way back in time, and that also there is a woman that helped him write it, I can see her name there, who’s not with us right now. And I see that there’s pictures, it looks like in ancient China, on the front page of the script, so I realize that it’s actually all based on something that goes way back.
John: Well, the dream is identical to the prior dream, with the exception that at some level inside of yourself you see this, when you look at it, to be a soft-covered script. Now something is soft-covered, meaning that it is laid out in a totally visible way, a totally knowable way, inside of yourself, and that when you stare at it to depict it, in terms of actuality, the mental actuality, it doesn’t come across like you think it should come across.
In other words, you can’t put your finger on it, necessarily. And yet at the same time you have the sense that this is old, this is ancient. Ultimately, again like I say it’s similar to the prior dream, because ultimately what happens is this falls away and there is just this flow that is so dynamic that it even has its own little dialogue and world, and that to try to come out of it, when you come back from that, or when you open your eyes and you try to depict whatever it is that was going on, it’s very, very hard to do because you’re not in that level of wholeness. You’re back to having at best to catch the whiff of it, to depict the whiff of it.
You can experience it on the inner in a way in which you are immersed to such a degree that you’re lost in that and so everything that happens appears to be happening – and yet nothing is happening because it is just an energetic that is permeating everything.
So it’s as if, if there is something going on, it is actually going on; but when you open your eyes you realize that it’s not because you’re just the vibration. But prior to that again, prior to it getting to that point of tangibility, there is the sense of it being something imbedded inside, that’s old, and is ancient, and it’s awakening, it’s coming out of its slumber.
When you used to have the experiences of dragons and such, that image, and experience of a dragon and such, was kind of a world that you had created that made it safe for this sort of thing to peek around.
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