From our first moments we have had teachers, and elders, guiding us in our journey. But who is our true teacher? Well, if we consider that, as a human life, we are born with everything we need to make a purposeful journey, we can say that we are our teacher, “we” being our higher self, the aspect that may not be in charge all the time, yet seeks always to guide us as we grow and evolve through our life. And, in our dreams, teachers, and elders, are often popping up to show us this, and those teachers and elders are the voice of our higher self in action. (At the end of this post there are instructions and a link to download this recording to your computer.)
Jeane: I think I lost a dream right here, and then the last dream it’s like I’m with you, but you’re my brother, and a woman that’s probably my sister. She’s kind of a little more vague. It’s like we’re in a city, and we visited family. And then we’re going to be staying in the city for the night, but not with the family, because I remember we’re driving.
And you’ve dropped me off somewhere for the night, and then you’ve left. And now I want to get in touch with you, but of course you never carry a cell phone. And I don’t know where, if you two went back to the family, which I doubt, I could call the house. But, if not, and you’ve just gone on to a motel or something, I won’t be able to reach you till the morning – unless you left a number with the family. The most I can think of is that maybe I can call the family.
But I’m frustrated because I’m the only one that seems to have a phone. I want to be in touch, but I don’t really know where you’ve gone. And it’s just a frustrating feeling. So I wake up.
John: So what you’re talking about there is you have a responsibility over the accoutrements, but you don’t have a responsibility over a quality of sight – that’s the masculine principle. So in your overallness that’s spread out, in terms of how it is that you have to encompass things in manifestation, there is the need to know what is going on, or what is meant to be – kind of like a will of things. A greater sense, in other words, than just the atmosphere of the overall.
And that is an aspect of your masculine nature. It’s an aspect of sight. So it’s almost as if this dream is making clear delineations: wherever you put your attention in terms of manifestation, like you have the accoutrements of things, the cell phone, the this, the that, the other, that is something that you have done. And once you have done it, it’s been invoked, and once it’s invoked there is a quality of something missing that is implied.
In other words, in your previous dreams, you were working with an aspect that has, at its essence, a quality of completeness about it, that you are meant to embrace, assist, guide, direct and fulfill. In this dream, as you’re going about this particular process, there is something more that helps you in this process, that helps you zoom in better, that helps you take on a greater, all-encompassing overallness in manifestation, and that is the principle of sight, which is a masculine quality principle.
And so, sight, in a highest, purest way of talking about it, is the responsibility of the teacher. In other words, if you take you go and you do something that causes you to fall into a huge pool of despair, or collapse in some awkward, strange, malingered, out-of-it way, when the teacher has taken you on, the teacher has the responsibility of doing the heavy lifting.
And so you’re meant to be able to keep stretching, and meeting challenges, and whatnot, but when you goof up, is it your fault? Deep down, no, it’s the teachers fault. The teacher needs to figure out, okay, I didn’t thread the needle correctly, and figure out how to thread the needle. Because you have, as the principle, as your essence, you have this completeness about yourself, but in the aspect of bringing something through, which the idea of bringing something of the sun, or from the Godhead, or something down through into life that touches, and shifts, and changes life, that aspect of bringing something through, from inner into outer, that awakening process that breaks one out of a type of density, that’s the responsibility and role of the teacher.
And if you continue to fumble and go off on this tangent, and that tangent, the teacher suffers because he has taken on that responsibility. So it’s an awkward thing, because the teacher chooses those that he’s willing to work with. And then, once he’s done that, he can’t just throw them away. He has to work with guiding them forward. And he has to suffer the price of them when they fumble and stumble, because, somehow or another, he has an adamant quality about himself that is transmitted across into everyone that he works with, in terms of a way in which they are to unfold, they being him and him being them.
And that is a very, very amazing and peculiar chemistry. Now, that happens whenever you get the teacher’s attention, The way the teacher puts it, it’s like something then gets transmitted to God with that look. And once that has happened, I’m the only one that can change that. Unless I do something really radical and wrong, that doesn’t change. The teacher is required to continue.
Now what we’re talking about is basically the masculine principle working with something that is a completeness in manifestation. Because this works slightly differently between the masculine and the feminine in creation. The principle of sight is worked with directly, in terms of the feminine, to awaken a completeness. The principle of a knowingness, or a wisdom, is worked in terms of getting the masculine to catch up with the wisdom of themselves – as they are in creation.
But it all is the working of a higher order of oneself, which is considered the teacher, or the principles that work with us from that higher self, or other side, that has to break itself out of its trance and nausea.
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