If we consider our lower self as the physical being and animal nature of our experience, animal nature to mean the aspects of us that want to eat, sleep, procreate, and survive, then we can consider our higher self as the aspects that want our life to have meaning. And these two sides of us are always trying to merge into a singular life, a holistic process. And in that process there is the bleed-through from our outer experience that affects us on an inner level, and the inner, higher processes, that filter through and inform our outer life. As we become more consciously aware, these processes can all be working toward the same destination. (At the end of this post there are instructions and a link to download this recording to your computer.)
Jeane: So the main thing I remember about my dream last night is it felt like I was dealing more with symbols, like there was kind of an arcing symbol, like a line, that went in an arc above, and then another line that came down. Then there was a break in that line, and it felt like some kind of energy that represented me, or a person, was right where that break was.
And we were trying to negotiate something with somebody a bit distant, and I couldn’t get it resolved. That’s all I remember.
John: What you’re dreaming I dreamt, in terms of the higher octave, as being a little like how the senses work except I had it reduced to four senses, and each of them had a quality in them that made them complete.
And that, to begin with, I suspect you could say that they were like, instead of seeing symbols and whatnot, and instead of there being kind of an in-betweenness, that there was a knowingness and that the knowingness included the four senses all in one fell swoop. And then there was the higher octave of the four senses, in that they had to be lived in the outer, but you lived them in terms of their experientiality, as an inflective behind the reflective.
In other words almost like behind the curtain, or background, of which the only one I was able to denote in the outer, and bring forth in the outer, was a quality of a seeingness as a glimpse, although I knew that the other three senses, hearing, taste, and smell, were there, but I hadn’t caught up with how their divine essence in a higher octave way was experienceable, or livable, in the outer. In other words, I’m still caught in the literalness of the density of the outer.
And, in your particular case, it was like you have the knowingness, in kind of an unconscious or subconscious way, and you have the senses that are in the outer that cause one to perceive in a dense literal way, and the chemistry that you’re still working with is kind of not necessarily the outerness, and not necessarily the innerness. You’re kind of doing a blend, which means that you have a quality of a mental inflective reflective, because the quality of a true higher self is just an automatic knowingness, it just is in the light. And the quality of something in the outer is just a density with the senses adhered to that density.
In your dream you take the homogeneousness of all of that and you have energy lines, and you have all of this other that you’re able to kind of parlay with, which means that what is in the inner, as a nothingness, still has a quality of a somethingness that you’re trying to work with, and it has that quality of a kind of somethingness with energy lines or whatever, based upon the bleed through contamination or, you might say, of how it is to be in the physical body in an outerness, relating to the outerness, but having the knowingness in the background of yourself. That’s how I see your dream.
Well it’s interesting that’s how the effect of what took place yesterday got sorted out by a quality of your nature letting go. In other words, what you did was, in terms of kind of going through the motions of a what’s going on kind of quality, or note, you found yourself screening out the energy aspect lines.
I seem to have a slightly different experience of the same thing, based upon the fact that when something went haywire, in the outer, it jarred me in the inner. And I was writing it up of being jarred in the outer, and was looking at what I was about to perceive as an exception to the idea that the inner comes into the outer in that there could be an outer effect that could get the attention of something that would have to come back from the inner.
I was messing with that when you came in and announced that we had a water leak. I don’t know if I would’ve quite caught up with it, but I guess what I was doing was very much similar to how I can go to a place inside, into a stillness inside, I incorporate it as an aspect of my dreaming. In other words, I take everything that’s going on that is on some remote channel of an outerness, that is made real, real still, and to the degree to which it has a vibrational aliveness trying to come through, I utilize that in terms of how it is playing itself out in the pre-knowingness.
I guess you could say it’s a little bit like taking one’s thoughts and drowning them somewhere, only this time if the thoughts are correlated to vibrations and motions, the vibrations and motions then are still, and in the stilling comes a deeper inflectiveness, or a deeper knowingness, and then from that you come to realize kind of the senses, and how they work as a knowingness on the inner, and how the innerness as a stillness, with the four senses, can be then carried into the outer for livability purposes.
And if one can bring it through in such a way so that it has an effect and an impact in the outer, it doesn’t remain just outer senses; like with the aspect of sight, it can become something that is glimpsed. And that if the sight can be glimpsed, then the other senses have an octave to them, too, although I didn’t notice them in my sleep dream. So anyway, this is kind of a general overview.
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