Underlying Heart

Man-brIt has been said that it is always darkest before the dawn. And we know from experience that things are always the most difficult before a breakthrough, or in the last seconds of a race, or that the end of a battle requires the most effort. So, when we find ourselves in such darkness, whether personally, or as a country, or as a species, we can take heart that the shift is near at hand – so it’s time to add our burst of energy to guarantee a successful outcome. (At the end of this post there are instructions and a link to download this recording to your computer.)

John: So my meditation dream and everything really drilled down on how bad it is. In the dream, what I am being shown is an energetic vibrational level that I am having to contend with, or adhere to, in a controlled waiting frame of reference.

In other words, this is the current energetic flow that I’m having to take in, in an outer context way. So in this dream, some part of me takes it on as being determined that there’s going to soon be a shift from this. So accordingly, to that type of faith, or however you want to call it, I maintain or do not waver from a particular kind of focus that I have.

And, to describe this focus, it’s a state in which I hold an anticipation that, in the outer, an exposing, in other words, it’s so obvious to me that an exposing is imminent. And with that there will be an abrupt change and shift of flow – although it doesn’t exist yet. And I’m in a kind of controlled waiting, knowing that it has to be. And so, as a consequence, I’m kind of like a naked element, waiting attentively, in support of a shift that just isn’t even apparent.

Well, the dream is reporting this state of beingness to be a way that I am carrying myself, it is a way that is refusing to acknowledge that what is at hand is unacceptable. So I anticipate a shift in the flow to be the need at hand, and the destructiveness of a delusionality to be running its course. I am refusing to believe that what is being currently perpetrated in the world is a sustainable effect.

The reason why I say that is because I know that this effect is designed to tear down the fabric of society and render the outer consciousness to an everlasting despair. So I hold to the focus and attention that such a future design – a future design that is designed to accentuate the despair – is not where life is at. So I am refusing to believe such an unconsciousness, which currently seems to predominate wherever you look, to be a long term, all-pervasive delirium on an inner into outer way.

I don’t know how the shift will come, but I feel it has to come because I refuse to believe that despair is an intended long-term consciousness for mankind. I refuse to believe that hope is not possible, and that a greater ignorance, that appears to be on the horizon only, is being supported for the future.

And so there’s a deeper meaningfulness, in terms of all of this, as an inner echo: that life as we know it has swung the pedestal about as far as it dare go before a letting go into an emergence, and a falling away from the prevailing power and control antics, is over, or is able to occur.

In other words, we can go along, and go along, and go along up to a particular point, but eventually you are so imprisoned that it’s not even worth being alive. So I seek to change the fabric to the underlying heart that has a flicker to insightfulness and hope. To do so, then, is to know that the current conditions do not dictate the future of the heart as being that of a hopelessness and despair. They don’t dictate that in terms of where things are going.

I mean, it can swing to an extreme of break down, but kind of like putting something into position where hope springs eternal again, like a Phoenix rising from the ashes. So I am of the opinion that there will be a rising up from the ashes to a meaningfulness that will uplift the inner heartfulness to its rightful beingness. That’s the meditation dream; isn’t that interesting?

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