It may seem a contradiction: to let go, yet also to become responsible in our development journeys. It’s not, however, because we do need to become conscious of our energetic affect on people and things – in terms of what we think, how we act, and what we do. Yet we also need to let go of our personal viewpoint, and also the idea that we know better than the universe how things should unfold. For the universe to make use of us, we have to be able to listen and respond to what It wants. (At the end of this post there are instructions and a link to download this recording to your computer.)
Jeane: So in the next dream I’ve gotten into a pickup with you, and you’re in the front seat with another guy, and at some point there’s another woman who joins us – but I don’t know if she’s in the back seat with me or not, but it’s one of those bigger pickups that has that kind of half passenger seat in the back.
So, you seem to have almost driven it right up and into a building that reminds me a bit of a hospital, and we’re going to do something there. I don’t remember what it is, but I’ve gone away from you for a few minutes.
I come back to where you guys are to see if you’ve done what we’d come there to do and it hasn’t happened. It seems like what I get focused on is I have this large shawl that’s more like the size of the tablecloth and I’m trying to get it folded right – and that seems important. It has embroidery on it and certain bright colors in some areas.
And the other woman even tries to help me, but I have to kind of wave her off because there’s something wrong that I just can’t get it where it will fold in the right places. And I finally figure out that maybe somewhere it’s been stitched together, but I have a feeling like if I can get this folded right and wear it right it seems like it would help us with the process.
But I’m frustrated. There’re even some doctors that are having a meeting that come and wander through at one point in this whole process, but I just note them in the background. And then it feels like the dream just shifts.
John: So what this dream is doing is it’s indicating that a lot of your problem in terms of being succinctly aware of what needs to be, has to do with the acceptance of letting yourself be directed in terms of how it is things unfold. It has a sense of almost an easygoing relaxation to kind of go with the flow like that.
However, this isn’t appropriate, or getting the job done, in terms of how it is that you need to be in terms of your role with yourself – with who you are, and how you are able and meant to be. In other words, something can bring you to a point but, nevertheless, after being brought to that point you have a responsibility to take and step forward and see how something is folded, and put together, and packaged and such. Or otherwise, if you stay in the malaise, you stay in a mood or in a tone in which something just isn’t quite right in terms of what it is that you’re meant to access, and experience, and touch, and know in terms of yourself.
In other words, you can’t live a life that is based upon a submission or bifurcation that goes through the eyes of someone else. You can do that up to a degree. You can catch the ride like that up to a degree, but you have to fill in the blanks, and bring about a balance and an order, and proper packaged unfoldment. You have to do that – as being true to yourself. You can’t just let that sort of thing hang out on its own – as if it will figure itself out that way.
Jeane: Then you and I seem to have gone back in time. We seem to be almost in a foreign land in kind of a little village square area, or more like an old time city area I would guess because there are shops and everything around us but it seems kind of foreign.
There’s still another woman with us and we go into an area where we’re going to eat. We sit down around a round table; there seems to be a Chinese man serving the food. The woman disappears for a moment into more of an inner area, so I get up. I think I’ve taken just a bite or something out of some fish, and I get up to go get her, or bring her back to eat, but when I step through the doorway I can’t see where she’s gone.
So I wander there a little bit to look, but since I can’t find her I come back to the table. It feels like you’ve eaten, and I look around to see where my plate is and I do see that there’s a cooked fish still there, and I’m going to look to put a certain sauce on it. And then the Chinese man who served us kind of indicates to me that, no, I need to taste the sauce that’s already on the fish, that it’s going to be the right one.
John: So, you’re taking and you’re describing, in the first part of the dream, what it is and how it is that you’re meant to be in order to bring something forward through yourself as a knowingness – and that you won’t catch up with that knowingness if you just sit back in a submissive way.
And then when you shift and seem to go somewhere, what you’re actually doing is this is not a traveling per se, in a physical sense that is. It is instead a reverting to a way of perceiving, inside of yourself. In other words, this other process brought you to a point where it causes you to shake yourself out into perceiving more directly, internally. And that’s important for you to be able to recognize the unseen, a language that works in that capacity.
You don’t quite pull it off. I mean there’s a walking through a doorway and all of this stuff that occurs, but you don’t have the instantaneous visualization of what that is like. But you’re getting closer. You’re still cluttering something up in terms of its real subtle quality that speaks in this nonverbal instantaneous knowing way. You’re still apt, when left to your own devices, to mess up the naturalness of it, but at least you’re starting to try to settle back and give it a chance; in other words, realize that the sauce is unfolding for a reason, or it has a reason to taste it, to recognize that first. In other words, note the difference between what is provided in a natural language inner unfoldment way, versus what it is that you are still inclined to do.
What you’re talking about is something that in my dreams I go into quite a bit of depth about, especially the initial dream. I too do not handle this, naturally, very well. However, I shake closer to it because it’s more of a masculine kind of energy way.
And you come closer to it by seeing how you are situated naturally already, and have to honor the naturalness that already exists in the environment that you’re in, and that this is your way that may look a little more indirect, but it is your way in which you catch up with that language.
I catch up with the language by way of overtly dealing with it in kind of a way that connects. In other words, I move the force or something around, and it kind of then comes and finds itself via inflections that spring out from kind of going through a heart center. And because the heart is connected to everything that exists, I find that intertwining, I recognize that intertwining, and am able to speak vibrationally to that – and in that way am able to find a nonverbal language that, when properly and completely and readily done in this way, causes things to shift, change, and unfold because we’re all on the same page. There’s no diversion.
That’s kind of how I do it, and you can come to know it by how whatever it is that’s unfolding is unbalanced and that there is a more natural way that it needs to be twined and folded for it to more succinctly link. You come to know that through allowing yourself to recognize that which you are able to naturally feel when you are yourself, in other words, not affected by influences around you.
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