A Letting-Go Way

let-it-go48So, we have realized that it is not our responsibility to save the world, or to save anyone else. But saving ourselves is another matter, because, as we let go, we come to understand that what we can control is the energetic ecology within our aura, and it is that ecology which is invitational to higher things, if our intentions, and actions, have a purposeful alignment. And, when higher energies connect to our aura, then good things can happen to the people and things around us. (At the end of this post there are instructions and a link to download this recording to your computer.)

Jeane: I only remember one dream. In this dream I seem to go over to a house, and it’s kind of a quiet, tree-lined street in a town, and I see in the house, but then I go down into a basement, like a daylight basement type, and they have a politician there, and I think his secretary. And we’re all going to be going to a meeting later, and they have given me some papers and some forms that somebody else has to sign, that’s an authority, that will be discussed at this meeting we’re all going to later.

And then I leave, and I go to the man who’s supposed to sign the papers, who looks just like Harry Reid, and he lives in another house. And it feels to me like I’m kind of the new person among this whole group, but when I’m just with him I tell him that there’s something about this whole deal that’s going to be signed that there’s something wrong with it, and I kind of point out to him what’s wrong with it and why I think he shouldn’t sign it, or he ought to get certain things changed before he would sign it, because there’s something not all kosher about it.

And then I go to the meeting with them and I leave the papers there. And then the meeting’s over, or I leave before the meeting’s over because it feels like the Harry Reid character, and the other man and the woman that’s with him, that’s kind of like a secretary, they all know about all these political things, but I’m kind of just new.

Well, the next day, then, I think the Harry Reid character, and maybe the gal that was listening, like the secretary, they come over and they give me some papers that I’m supposed to take to the man who’s house I visited in the first place. And they’re the papers that had gone to the meeting the other day – and then I see that Harry had signed them, even though I kind of said that once you signed them they weren’t really what everyone said they were. I’m not sure what’s going on now, because he acted like he knew there was something wrong with the deal, and yet he went ahead and signed it anyway.

So I want to go over to the house and find out more what’s happening, but I walk outside the house and I see some people upstairs that are the first man’s relatives. I don’t quite want to go barging in. I go looking for the basement, but then I just seem to wander away, because I’m just confused by the whole situation because it’s like people kind of ask for advice, or they look to see what’s going on, and yet they don’t listen.

John: What you’re describing is a process, and the process has multiple steps to it. Like in a process you can have something that’s all out-breath oriented, which means it’s a certain loudness that comes down with thoughts and whatnot, and it conjugates into being condensed as an outer effect. And that it can predominate its influence.

And then you can have an inner that takes and lets go of everything, and that’s important from the standpoint that it creates the contrast that shows that something can turn from something dense into something that’s more translucent, or like light.

And then you can have the various levels on the way that have to do with taking and facilitating the unfoldment. And the levels along the way are levels that come into being as a consequence of consciousness unfolding. It’s like steps you take.

And so, in terms of describing steps that are taken, you jump right into the way you are looking at things in a particular step way, and you start off with the master approach of trying to come to grips with something in the outer, in keeping with how it needs to be changed, or altered, or affected in a way that’s most copasetic to an unfoldment process. And you have an effect in this way, in terms of the design, in terms of how something can be more or less shaped. But it’s also based upon you having a sense of whether something is right or wrong, in terms of your level of looking at things, or your way of looking at things on this level, which is in accordance with your best understanding – given the circumstances.

In other words, you are working with a conduct that reaches out from yourself, and yet then brings it back into yourself for inflection purposes. So this is an energetic that’s proactive in terms of the consciousness, and whenever you’re proactive in any kind of way about anything that is going on there is still trepidation, there’s still up and downness, in terms of one’s nature. It’s because you’re still kind of playing with a cohesiveness that has to do with both the inner and the outer. You play with this cohesiveness as you come to grips with learning more and more of the intricacies of the refined breath, because all of this was played out on the level of the breath.

Somehow the up and downs or the back and forthisms of things, that just aren’t quite right and whatnot, somehow you’re trying and able to kind of shift a bit and look at it in terms of a whole other kind of cohesion, and that is that it just doesn’t seem to go anywhere to try to fix this. It just seems to be a prevailing situation.

And so a greater sense of you is catching up with the fact that perhaps it is like that, it has the appearance of that, it has the momentum of that, it actually hurts the heart to struggle to try to cause it to come across differently. So you come to recognize that this is something that is meant to be.

And so in the very end you find yourself stepping aside. Now that’s a shift into a recognition that what is taking place is greater than any kind of conceptualization that you, with physical senses,  limited to how those senses are best able to cope in the physical, you’re very limited in that capacity.

Yes, you have this other depth that’s deeper and deeper within, but to access that you have to let go to the will, and to the flow, of something that, when it flows through you, you’re able to let it be. But if it hits on any level of greater density, like the very first thing that I described, or a quality of your conceptualizations on an angelic way, which is the second, you could get caught either in the first as coming down too linearly – like a masculine use of energy is inclined to be, with its ideas and such – or you can be too effusive, in terms of the way you are willing to hold things in some sort of capacity of purity, which is more the angelic and the in-breath.

And yet you, in your dream, are portraying this on another level yet, that has already taken into account those two components, and is now trying to figure out how to work with those two components. And the working with the in-breath and the out-breath, to begin with, requires a lot of catching up with the really, really, really subtle vibrations behind the breath, which happens the more you go up and down, and up and down, and up and down with the breath.

And so as you become more of a, so to speak, old soul, in which you recognize that there is a plan, and design, that is far beyond what you could possibly grasp, and that your reactions this way, and that way, only after a course of time you come to know that they are fairly futile, or don’t necessarily change anything, you come to realize that there is a way of feeling something inside of yourself, in a letting go way, that actually can put you in touch with a will, and unfoldment, as it is designed and meant to be – and that’s where you’re shifting to, at the very end.

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