Every so often we experience a moment where we haven’t done something yet, but we can still see the outcome – as if it is a foregone conclusion. This is the sense of being in the flow. When it happens to us we may not know why, or how, it happened, but it feels like something else was in charge and we were just following along. On our spiritual journey, this is the type of flow that we can experience and align ourselves with, so that we are not fighting the unfolding of events, but rather riding along with them as they unfold. When we become conscious of this, we can begin to be with this flow more and more often. (At the end of this post there are instructions and a link to download this recording to your computer.)
John: In the meditation dream I am looking, from within, at an awareness that does not exist from the perspective of the outer. The reason it is like this is because, as I become more conscious, the barrier between inner and outer becomes less and less. It becomes less and less. I’m aware of it, but I haven’t pulled it into the outer. Yet I’m aware that it is affecting the outer, which is a big step. It’s more than just saying the inner and the outer come together. It’s a big step; I’m actually having a sense of the effect.
So, in my dream, I’m looking at a time when I will catch up with the deeper inner knowingness that exists in my deep sleep. The sense I have, of something to come, is from this inner plane that is outside of a kind of time and space orientation that is what you deal with in the outer.
So what is interesting, in my dream, is I found that I know about what is going on now, that somehow deep inside I know what is going on now, but when I see it from deep inside I’m not appalled. But when I see it in the outer, I might be. So I am able to accept what I see, and be okay when I open my eyes, because the inner and outer make sense in terms of what I perceive as unfolding.
What I’m saying is, I had a dream in which I took in an inner unfoldment awareness that, to some greater and greater degree, makes sense for me when I open my eyes. In other words, the degree to which I’m catching up with this innerness. I saw myself at a point, from an inner awareness coming into the outer, that I could work with the innerness.
I’m able to do this because I know what is to be, on a vibrational level, and thus go into such a vibration with a greater and greater inner into outer ease. Or, in other words, I should say bring the vibration from the inner into the outer. Basically they’re one and the same because everything is vibration, even though it appears dense as a time and space kind of appearance or mannerism.
So this is becoming a knowingness that is attuned to a play within, as if I am in a football game and am able to design the last play to accommodate the vibration. In other words, that image was, it’s like the end of the game. Everything is kind of hopeless. You have one play, just like if you’re watching a football game and the ball’s kicked off, and there’s six seconds left, and the game’s basically over; what can you do in six seconds when you catch the ball? And what you can do is you don’t try to run it back, you save the six seconds, and you have one play. And so you have one play and you’ve got to go the length of the field.
How do you go the length of the field? You have to have a certain vibration, that you can get into, that can will it to be – that can just make that happen. And so I’m looking and seeing how that vibration can be.
I’m designing and sensing the vibration that can make all of that Hail-Maryism possible. Isn’t that interesting? That’s what actually separates a good player from… you have two good players, but that’s the intangible. They can be equally good, but some can just will something in.
So anyway that’s what this image is: how you do this. Or, to put it another way, from a vibrational knowingness of the within, I am able to accommodate how I am in the outer from there to here, or however you’d say that.
So I’m not sure if the meaning makes much sense because I was in such a groggy space with this meditation dream. The inner and the outer are vibrationally intertwined, and I am able to see how this is, and let the unfoldment flow. When I am reactive, and distraught, it’s because I am not in conjunction with the unfoldment.
What I am finding to be interesting is the flow may be better accommodated, timing wise, if I access the inner into outer, and adjust accordingly. I may sense it, but can I do it?Or am I always to some degree on the fritz? If a violation of the process exists, my heart will suffer because I am not functioning in conjunction to the unfoldment process of the whole.
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