In our dreams, we are always trying to find a balance between the masculine and feminine natures that we all have inside of us. The outplay of this dream shows three generations of female – child, young adult, and older woman – trying to bring the masculine into a “healthy” relationship. As we are all the characters in our dreams, this is an inner struggle that needs to be resolved, yet the female dreamer understands that the feminine aspects cannot become like the masculine aspects to appease them, or make them feel comfortable. The relationship needs to be built with respect to the inherent nature of each characteristic for it to be a healthy one. (At the end of this post there are instructions and a link to download this recording to your computer.)
Jeane: I just pulled out my last dream. In my last dream it’s like I’m maybe young, just around teenager somewhere. I’m living in a house with a young girl, a little girl, and an older woman, and then there’s a man that comes in, periodically.
And he seems to be trying to do something for all of us to help raise the little girl, but he doesn’t always know how to interact with her, yet, and he’s getting older. I can tell there’s something kind of off, or wrong, about him right now, so I want to do something for him, or we all do.
So we look around, and he does have kind of a strange vehicle that’s parked in one room of the house. I don’t even know how to describe it. So I realize it might help him if we could take him out for a ride in this, but we could never drive that. And then I feel like anything we could drive we couldn’t drive fast enough, anyway.
I wouldn’t know how to drive a motorcycle, which might perk him up. So I’m racking my brain trying to figure out what I can do, you know what kind of a ride I can take him on that will kind of perk up his energy. And I’m going over in my mind things like horse and buggy ride, a Ferris wheel ride, I think. Maybe a ride in a convertible is what I finally come up with. I’m just racking my brain trying to come up with something because we don’t know how to drive his vehicle and we wouldn’t drive that fast enough, anyway. And that’s when I wake up, as I’m just trying to figure this out.
John: So what you’re talking about is the feminine nature to be able to take something that is in a masculine outer context, that is overly spacious in its nature, and bring it into a cohesion so that it can see itself, and so that everything can come to a cohesion.
What you know is that you don’t try to keep up with that, because if you try to keep up with that. And so that might even be a big aspect of a correction here, is the idea that you have to try to keep up with that. No, it’s not your role to try to keep up with that. It’s your role to try to cause something to occur, so that the effect of what is overly spacious, and zooming out, is able to find a cohesion based upon the way you hold a presence about things, based upon the way you allow something to be able to be felt, or experienced, which means you have to pull it back to some degree.
But you cannot pull it back in a way that restricts that. You have to pull it back in a way that comports with that, without trying to race out that way yourself, because you’re not allowed to race out that way because that is not what is meant to be, in terms of who you are. And so you are seeing that, in terms of who you are, you are connected to a sight on this particular level in terms of a higher self part, the grandmother part or whatever, and your regular, natural nature. You have proper cohesion training, or understanding, in this motif to be able to take and make a difference in this kind of atmosphere.
That’s very interesting. Which is the same thing as saying that you are bothered by, for example, a certain aspect of something in the outer, and it probably relates to me, and it has to do with how something is out of twang, in some regard or another. And that you’re not going to do yourself any favors by trying to catch up with that which is out of twang, or going in some pace that it’s going in. Instead you have to hold a quality of a presence of nature and being that enables it to be able to let go of maybe the way that it is driving itself. You don’t try to drive that way yourself. You, instead, hold onto a cohesion, and in that holding onto that cohesion you are actually giving something to that aspect of unfoldment.
And what you’re evaluating to do is to figure out what it is that you have to give to it? Is it a convertible approach, or is it this, or is that? In other words, you’re still working within the context of the car, meaning something that drives itself in a pace, and at a point, that you’re not going to be trying to catch up, or keep up, with.
Now that’s interesting that this is pointed out to you to have to recognize that you need to be like that because, from my perspective, I keep trying to get you to speed up. And that is not right. I act as if that you are missing something if you don’t learn to go catatonic, and then let go of the catatonic. That’s me, in my dementia, trying to turn your world into a dementia or something.
You know the approach that upholds a state that is conducive to a greater beingness, and you function in a way that tries to hold that together, and not try to keep up with that. And this is an interesting inner lesson of a quality of depth of a feminine beingness, because you often see, in terms of feminine nature, you often see the opposite occurring where they attempt to race out. They attempt to join that kind of world in some capacity. You know, women take and are all concerned about this, and all concerned about that, all as an idea that it has to do with imagery or something. And so she is not able to let go and actually settle back into herself.
But at what price is that in terms of her catching up with a deeper depth of herself? Having to maintain an image, and a persona, that is in keeping with having to conduct, in this kind of environment a certain way of coming across – and you see a lot of that – and how you are is you’re being shown that the exact opposite, or contrast, is what is important.
There is a way of letting go having to go around like that because that is a debilitating state to have to sit in.
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