The Greater Imperative

flat10We see the power of synergy and connection everywhere: in large corporations, in rail networks, in flight or shipping lanes, each of these structures bring different pieces together to create a greater dynamic whole. We probably think we’re geniuses for coming up with these synergies, but perhaps it is just the way, and the urge, of the universe that these models are emulating? In other words, these are reflections of the greater desire of the whole to be brought together. (At the end of this post there are instructions and a link to download this recording to your computer.)

John: And then I come to bed. I don’t go to sleep. I just suddenly have this huge visualization and I turn and write it up. Now the visions aren’t predictive visions. The visions are just part of the read process of reading something inside.

In this visualization, I visualize that I am in an area, kind of a food service area, and there is this swami or something that doesn’t say anything, and he’s actually blind, and he’s there. And as I’m looking at this I really don’t know what food I need, and the swami is there to help me with the food I need – but he’s blind. How’s he going to do that?

So, as a type of Prashad, swami energetically feels and puts the food on my plate that I need. In other words, you can’t even see it, but yet he’s putting it on my plate, which is something I would not know how to administer to myself because I would have a personal cognitive outer mannerism that would get in the way.

The meaning is, the theme of the evening dealt with an inner vibratory flow possible when I let go of outer conditions that define, and shape, in a personal context way. Life is so much richer and more revealing if I let go of denser abstractions, and experience the vibrational flow of an inner unfoldment process, of an overall divine intelligence from the only being, the I am, the essence of essences. How do you get out of the way for that to just happen?

And so then I have this dream in which I have a building concept. Well, actually I have this building, and this is a building that is to be moved. And this building has four aspects that operate in this building. Now, where it’s at, two of the aspects have fallen away, and the one that I’m most familiar with isn’t working out anymore. And then there’s another aspect that I can relocate that is blasé.

However, the location is ideal. Where this building is at is in a town, lots of traffic, lots of people. You couldn’t expect a better environment of circumstances in terms of conceptualization, because you’ve got a great location there, you’re in a big town, there’s a lot of street traffic. Now all of a sudden I’m going to move this building. I’ve lost two of the businesses that are there, that had been there, are going to have to be replaced by two brand new things.

And the second thing is coming with me as I move this building to a much smaller town, and a much more isolated area, in which things are much quieter, and from a conceptual standpoint that seems to be a little bit ridiculous because when I look at the main business that I’m looking at operating, there’s no way that that can function very well. I mean, if it struggled where it had good street traffic, and was in a bigger city, and had a prime location, it’s certainly going to be hopeless where I’ve shifted the whole building to now.

But then the second part, that was part of this, reminds me that it can function here with very little inventory, almost invisibly. And that it has a dynamic that is brand new – and I get it. I look, I hear it, I get it. Yes, it will.

Now the nature of these components is they function in a way that most businesses don’t function. In other words, most businesses function in kind of an arm’s length capacity. In other words, you have a shoe shop, and it’s next to a hairdresser, it’s next to this, next to that. All of those are ubiquitous, distinct expressions. But the way these businesses function is they function a little bit like the voice, where they shuck and jive, and joke, and jab, and yet they’re still doing the same thing, but they’re doing it in a very intertwined, common, oneness kind of focus.

So the two new businesses that are going to be there, I am pondering how’s this going to work because they’re brand new, they’re young, they’re new, and in the shucking and jiving I have to take a step back because I don’t want to overwhelm them. I want them to establish their full footing in the shuck and jiving, so, in a sense, they have to have a certain advantage in order to do that, in order to find how they intertwine, and in that intertwining, make so much more.

Now the trigger to this whole thing is this unlimited capacity that can carry the day for all of this, which is when I make the move the part of myself that had been functioning and not working out in the other place, may not be working out as well in this place, but another part opens up – and that’s what makes something much more dynamic, and increases the potential umpteen fold. And so these other two things that intertwine, then, can ride naturally and gracefully in this.

And as they intertwine, of course, like I say, it’s an interesting kind of intertwining of a business model in that, to a person who isn’t observant, they appear to shuck and jive and carry on in a way that doesn’t make sense because, it’s kind of like where you see two married people and they’re quibbling back and forth, and then if you look closely you realize that that’s part of their dynamic. They’re not really quibbling. Don’t go thinking that you can mix yourself into something like that because they’ll both eat you alive. And yet this kind of dynamic is what, as an intertwining, as an unfoldment process, leads to a lot of magic. And that’s what this dream was like.

So the meaning is, I am intertwining in a more expansive inner way. The reason why I say it’s more expansive is because I’m including more, and I’m doing so with less outer contanglement. Contanglement means, you know, when you generally have a shop set up you have, okay, how’s this going to work? How are these things going to work together? And yet there’s no contanglement because they all jive together. They all kind of complement each other in an intertwining way – which is the greater imperative.

The inner approach has a more complete way about it that will be revealed in the fullness of time. In other words, this is what I have to see, too, because I’m really questioning the shift, and then I’m seeing that in the fullness of time I can feel it in my bones that this is better. So it’s going to take a while for me to catch up with this.

And in settling back is able to concentrate the inner over the outer, to a greater realization. I am given a gift in that in making the shift, even though I carry a lot of baggage that has been a steady problem in terms of my basic outer nature, a part that hadn’t been given a proper chance will now thrive in a more unlimited way with the shift. In other words, where one part is in the way, or a hindrance yet, another part is being accentuated within. Plus I can take on two new inner unfoldment approaches inside myself, and do so in a way that intertwines even more deeply.

What is going to surprise is that the competitive rivalry actually is an intertwined, underlying graciousness that touches people infectiously. Prior to this businesses operated in a more separate capacity. In other words, everything was in a more separate capacity, and the flow back and forth of a natural synergy wasn’t there because of the stifling sensation of things.

This approach has a vibrational magnetism that is infectious for all to experience, because when you experience it you get it, it touches you. I mean you have to laugh. It’s not what it appears. As I drop my conceptualization, and outer qualms, what rises up within is an incredible excitement.

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