Bloodlines

imcaveIn the overview of history, and the endless battles between different tribes of humans, what is lost is the essential reality that we humans are part of an evolutionary process. The very idea of evolution implies that we are headed somewhere, as a species – but not in a random way because of our own “great” efforts. We are evolving toward the fulfillment of our human capability that was latent, and possible, from the very beginning. But because we have disconnected from this understanding, we have detoured off the path and look to genetic modification to bridge the gap, rather than our spiritual development – which is all we’ve ever needed. (At the end of this post there are instructions and a link to download this recording to your computer.)

Jeane: Well, I just had one dream. In this dream. I’m a young woman, and I have a great uncle, or someone, who’s died that was close to my family, that was much older. And I know that there’s material or things that he left that nobody’s discovered yet. And I’m searching for it.

And, in order to prove this point to somebody, I go into a closet in my backroom where I live, and in the closet on the wall I have three like foot-square paintings hanging, that everybody assumes are copies or something, but they’re actually original paintings. They’re like paintings of faces, like a person, or more than one person. They’re very old, and they’re actually painted by some masters, almost like those old Flemish faces or something – very nice.

So I bring them out to show them to someone, to show that this is part of what the uncle left me, and that they’re real. They’re not copies. And that I know there’s more. And this seems to be a catalyst for me to go to the insurance agent’s office, because I feel like she’s been searching for whatever else he left, too, but she wants to hide it from me.

When I get there, she seems to want to put people through a contest in order for us to get the information we want. And there’s a young woman with me, that I didn’t seem to know, but she has to be part of the contest, and some other young person. So she has the three of us go up and we’re having to answer quiz questions and things like that. I’m going along, but with a little bit of an attitude.

But then the young girl with me, she had like a partial plate on her front mouth, and she makes her take it out to answer questions and doesn’t seem to realize this is humiliating to the young girl. And that makes me so mad I stopped the whole game, because I don’t understand how she could do something that humiliates this young girl and not even be sensitive to it.

In my anger I seem to suddenly spot some closet, and shelf, and I’m pretty sure that’s where my uncle’s stuff is. And the insurance agent tries to race me for it, but I get there first and I pull down something like a duffel bag, or something that has things in it that he left. And even the insurance agent’s boss at this point comes in and makes her kind of step back because obviously this belonged to my family. That was part of what he left.

And I have a friend that seems to be close by that’s looking at it with me. And first I lift out two kind of thick books that are covered like with a white and gold leather cover. They’re even peeling back a little like they were real leather and they’re real old. And I open them up, and maybe they’re some kind of a classic book, but I know I’ll enjoy reading them because I remember that my uncle really did like to read books like that.

And then I find a packet with some photographs in it. And I can look at these photographs and see, there might be some of me in my childhood, but then there’s photographs of family going way back, that will tell a story. And I’m exploring that. And I feel like there’s even more now that I can discover that my uncle had left me. That’s the whole dream.

John: So, it’s said that the connection that a person has, I mean, this is just kind of a fact of life or something, saying that traits and qualities and characteristics follow bloodlines. And that if you were talking about this in terms of a journey of the soul, it’s like the soul will wait for the right conditions in which the circumstances are such to come through, in which the closeness, and the similitude in terms of things is such so that it can follow through and have a way, or a means, that’s there.

And, in the outer, this can appear, and comes across, as something that runs in the family like a bloodline. And then you can take that and say, using that as a motif that is recognized or accepted as something that has a pattern of unfoldment to it – of course a lot of other things come through families, in terms of all kinds of habits and traits and issues that are like a karma that particular families seem to incarnate or are born with. But that’s another story.

In this particular case, we’re talking about an awakening process, instead, that is a flashback that is based upon you, so to speak, awakening to something in which you have a connection that’s like a bloodline connection, that goes back. You’re using a bloodline kind of linkage because, in terms of describing it in a mundane after-the-fact sense, oftentimes it is done that way.

So it’s kind of an accepted kind of fact that there is something to that, well, you’re using this as an image to begin with, that you have this great uncle who has something there that you’re able to find, or are a meant to find, or is something that belongs to you, or is part of who you are. And the dilemma you have is, there is a certain degree of noticeability that exists in the outer, and so the collective outer, or the circumstances that you find yourself in, intercede then, get in the way.

You’re contending with something like that, energetically, in which whatever faint understanding there is, in terms of this quality, you have these interceding outer forces that are usurping the equation.

What’s interesting is what you do to break free in order to lay claim to that, as opposed to being pushed and shoveled off to one side. You react. You take a very strong, poignant side of yourself and you direct it in kind of an outrageous, adamant way. You aren’t to be denied.

Now what’s interesting is when you do that, or storm the gates, so to speak, in that fashion, not only do you find it, but you find a whole lot more than just that. You find connections that go way, way, way back. And not only do you learn about yourself at a point in time, in other words, there are pictures of you in there that you’d never seen, and weren’t aware of a kind of quality of energy that may have gotten lost, that is there when you were growing up or very young, and not attentive. Not only do you notice that, but that’s almost beside the point, because you now have a linkage to takes you way, way, way back.

And the significant thing, in terms of this dream, is that to accomplish this, you had to pull up the full force and fury of yourself, not just be pushed around and go along with the flow of things, because the flow of things kept you demeaned, and kept you from taking a strong enough adamant approach that would shake this inner into outer, or recognition of the inner, so that it could possibly be in an outer, as something livable.

What’s interesting is, in the dream, you came to the recognition of having to do something quite direct, forceful. In one way, maybe even considered against the easygoingness of human nature. You had to storm the gates, and essentially got mad. And that brought a clarity to the forefront in which to slice right through.

So that’s an interesting dream describing an aspect of a process, in which it’s laying out a recognition. And then, as well, a directness to that recognition that will lead to the opening up of, and access to, the way you’re meant to be, along with access to so much more of yourself, fairly straight away.

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