Rising Beyond

i908sWe all know that when we have a young baby, or child, in our home, we must take certain measures to keep the young ones from hurting themselves. We do this to provide a safe environment, a safe ecology, for a vulnerable life. And when we see a baby, or a young child, in a dream, we can also understand that that is a newly emerging aspect of us, and it also needs our help, protection, and a safe ecology to grow in – which is us, in our life, in our decisions, in our intentions, and in our choices. (At the end of this post there are instructions and a link to download this recording to your computer.)

Jeane: In the last dream, which is a little less clear to me, there’s a friend of mine that I really regard highly, in the outer, very smart, very together family. And, in this case, even though she’s been living with her husband and at least one child, the child is suddenly very young, like an infant. And there’s some problem.

And she can’t seem to heal it by staying in the family, so she’s come to the house, where I am, with the baby. And it feels like I really recognize this dilemma that she has to leave. The only way she’s really going to heal what’s going on with a baby, it seems like, is to leave the marriage and be with the baby, somewhere, for a period of time.

And so she’s come to my house because it feels like I understand this. And I’m trying to do something about it, I think, when the alarm went off.

John: So that dream was very much like the one that I told at the very, very beginning, in that it starts with a collective situation, like in my case there were three of us as an atmosphere. And in that atmosphere something is insipid, or isn’t possible, because of the effect of that atmosphere.

And, in this particular case, the atmosphere that you’re in was such that how you’re able to be with regards to a little baby isn’t possible, in terms of the needs of that baby. So you have to rise beyond that atmosphere.

It’s all within this theme of letting go, because you don’t get beyond an atmosphere, and the effect of the way it throws you around, and causes you to be infected, or diseased. You don’t get beyond that without a deeper stillness inside of yourself.

And so, you’re being shown how you go to a greater depth. But, in that greater depth, when you leave that atmosphere in order to take care of that baby, what you’re doing, that isn’t noticeable to those in the atmosphere that they are in. Those that are in that atmosphere, that you moved away from to a greater stillness, are still impacted by the collective consciousness conditioning, and have the ideas that arise from that sort of thing, which would be unhealthy towards what it is that you have to reach, or find, inside of yourself, which is depicted as having to take care of this something.

So when you go into a greater stillness, you go into a greater invisibility. And so what I projected, when I was doing that in my dream, is I just took it to the next step, and the next step, and the next step. You just keep letting go, and keep letting go, and keep letting go. And you just kind of disappear yourself, so to speak, in terms of how you are actually able to be perceived by others – who don’t know these other levels of possibility because they are caught in the modality the presides, at a given point of denseness, in which there is a time and space orientation.

They don’t know how to let go of that. And, when you let go of that, you have actually brought a stillness into the aspect of something that is action. And that stillness calms it enough so that you have a timing, then, that can touch that, because you’ve broken the time and space.

And so, how you’re able to be, and where you’re able to be, is not really reportable. It mirrors to the degree to which someone else can catch the hint of it. But that’s about as good as it gets. It keeps getting deeper and deeper and deeper, to where, how can the hint even begin to be caught?

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