We may have noticed that there is a timing to everything. Sometimes a chance meeting, or a casual comment, is exactly what we need at the time to trigger the next thing that needs to happen. Other times we want something now, but, in some mysterious way, we aren’t yet ready for it. And then when it eventually happens we can see why it took so long. This is all part of being in, and allowing for, the flow of life. When we force or fight it is when we set in motion things that may take us away from our original intention. (At the end of this post there are instructions and a link to download this recording to your computer.)
Jeane: All I really remember of the dreaming is that I was working on getting the sequencing right. In other words, I was trying to fix one thing that had three parts to it, and then fix the second thing. But I keep having to take a step back and redo it, because I would tend to get the order in which I had to heal things, or fix them, backwards a bit when you had to heal the thing with three components before you healed the next thing. And I would have it backwards, so I would keep going back and redoing it.
John: Well, that was actually an aspect of the theme of the dreaming and, for some reason, we had to go through and experience the vibration of what it’s like to be out of twang in some fashion. And, being out of twang in some fashion, this causes a result that doesn’t align what is necessary, or needs to align, in terms of an unfoldment of inner and outer.
Because in the dream it seemed like what was askew was a sense of timing, and timing is an aspect of masculine, kind of a masculine side of the consciousness. The feminine side is they know how to take and unfold something into life, but the timing has to be right.
So we dreamt this in what appears to be an interesting theme, in which introducing inner into outer is the subject matter, bringing something through, but the limitations of the feminine is portrayed in terms of the aspect of timing in which there’s something in which one is struggling to make up, or compensate for, because it’s off.
And in the masculine it’s an issue of bringing something through in an overall way, in a complete and overall way, which is a matter of grounding, which is a matter of hearing it correctly in a earthy way, that being the hearing of it correctly, being kind of a condition, a watery condition.
The loudness of something, in terms of when it’s loudly heard, needs to be sure that the timing is correct. The hearing of something needs to make sure that it coincides with the earthy in a way that flows, which is a watery effect.
So I’m finding myself pondering this because when I’m looking at trying to put this together in terms of the fact that you did something with the limitation of the feminine requiring a timing, you being in the physical, and the timing being something in the masculine. And I did something as a hearing, which is a quality of flow, which is more in an area of the feminine, which is more watery of a quality in nature. Interesting.
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