Touched by Timing

gilbert-garcin-surrealism-in-black-and-white-5Perhaps you’ve noticed it, in these recent days, that things that once seemed so important now are showing us how shallow they actually are. The veils of things rise slowly in our consciousness, in a way that we never actually see them happen – and we don’t even know they are there. Yet when these veils fall away, even briefly, we have a chance to see them in proper perspective. And, when we do, we begin to remember what is really important in life. The question is, how quickly do we then forget? (At the end of this post there are instructions and a link to download this recording to your computer.)

Jeane: In my last dream, it felt like I had gone into the office of somebody. She had us actually sit on a thing that was halfway on the floor, and she was like redoing my fingernails and something else.

But right before that she’d been doing something that was really kind of sabotaging or, I was almost like trying to get away from her, but I needed her to redo the nails. But the fingernail polish wasn’t coming off right. And she’s kind of scattered and somebody else comes in because she’s running late, and then she has to run into the other room and let her boss out. And so I’m just trying to sit and actually get quiet because I seem to have to let it finish.

At another point I go over to a case in the room, I’m looking at things that are in that case, which have interesting designs on them. And I tell her about some glass jewelry people are making now that’s very hardened glass, but it’s kind of intricate. And then I just sit down and feel like maybe if I just sit down and be real quiet, she’ll be able to finish what she’s doing because I have to get the polish changed.

But before that it felt like she was aggressive in some way, before I had gone into that room, and I’d been trying to stay away from her.

John: So the theme of the dreaming last night had to do with being able to take and access other levels of oneself, but only by first coming to grips with the way that we create a cause-and-effect orientation that gets in the way.

And so, the thing that’s notable about the initial vibration of things, in other words, you have an intent where you have to change a certain demeanor in terms of yourself. And the atmosphere that you find yourself having to do it in is revved up, or it’s aggressive, as you call it. And there is something that’s out of sync, or too chaotic, for this to happen as it needs to happen. And so, you have no choice, as far as you can see, but to try to take that which is chaotic and bring it to a stillness.

Now the part of the breath where the chaotic, and the revved up, and all of that is at, is on the in-breath. And the problem that exists is that, at this particular point of orientation, what is lacking is timing. So you have this on the in-breath, as a spaciality. Like I said, the theme of the dreaming had to do with being able to access other levels of oneself. And these are levels that are outside of time and space.

So you’re starting in something which is dense from the standpoint that it’s located on an aspect of the in-breath that needs to let go in some way to become more still. You need to be more still in order for something that you know needs to happen, to happen.

So, the person that’s doing your nails represents time. And so you know that everything can be okay if the timing comes together with the spaciousness, but for the timing to come together with the spaciousness, when you’re in a spaciousness that’s revved up, or chaotic, or the scenario seems aggressive, and where it’s all abstractive distractive – and you know that you have to stop that. You have to let go of that demeanor, which means you have to put it into a stillness. So that from a stillness, then, it can be in a mode that is ready to be touched by timing.

So when the timing is right – and the timing can’t be right if you’re spinning out – when the timing is right, which means when you get into a stillness so that you can wait for the timing to hit, the time is the out-breath. The in-breath is the spaciality; that’s space. So when the timing is right, then they come together, you find yourself in an orientation, now, in which, first of all what you’ve done is you’ve broken the bonds of a certain aspected demeanor that’s limited because of a discombobulation in terms of the breath. When you break the demeanor that keeps you in manifestation, and the denseness in manifestation, and you’re in a time and space outside of time and space, because time and space exists as something in manifestation.

Your dream doesn’t go there, but that is what happens next is now you’re in the orientation, or you’re in the stillness inside of yourself. In other words, you’ve pulled everything into a greater stillness, and it’s said that at interval where the in-breath turns the out-breath, from that traveling in God you can come to know the other levels that exist.

So you go beyond that, and you go to a point where you are able to experience the overall essence of all that there is. And because of the timing coming together with things, you can experience this with a knowingness.

In your dream you just knew it somehow, naturally, and that was that in this chaos of a spaciousness, you had to stop, and you had to find the stillness, because until you did that, till you quit the doing, or the spiraling, or this revving up, or the identification of something being aggressive or whatever you want to call it, until you brought things into a stillness, something couldn’t happen. And that which needed to happen was the timing, to come into cohesion with an aspect of yourself, that you had let go of, that is in the in-breath, the spaciousness.

The importance of doing this was way more than just breaking the limitations of the journeying of the in-breath and out-breath that go back and forth. Not just to break that as a reflective means that can keep you going in a circle and never getting free, but to drop into, and be shifted into, the spaciality in a way so that what’s in that spaciality, which is the great emptiness, the great nothingness, the great, great stillness, the essence of everything that exists, so that that can come out. And the importance of timing is essential, because none of it can happen without the aspect of the timing coming together.

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