Energetic in Motion

Environments are always seeking balance and equilibrium – energetically. If someone new enters a room, or a conversation, it takes a little while for the “space” to readjust. In this dream, which has a huge spider running around, the spider has set something in motion that the dreamer is trying to manage and get back into a state of equilibrium. The repercussions could extend to many places – not all obvious. Still, as a dream, it allows the dreamer to see the task at hand and the underlying decision that looms. (At the end of this post there are instructions and a link to download this recording to your computer.)

Jeane: I just remember the end of my last dream. And in that dream, it feels like I’m living somewhere where when I’ve come out of a building, which might even be a movie theater, when I come out a large spider goes in, and it’s, I think, a black-and-white spider. 

I have a sword. And it’s almost like the rules are such that, at some point, if I want to go back in the building I’m going to have to fight this spider. But, meanwhile, you don’t know if the spider has multiplied, or it’s set up traps, or what it’s done. It’s a pretty big spider – it’s about half the size I am. 

And, at one point, I even send in a scout. But, as far as I know, the spider could have hidden what it does, or how many other spiders are there now. And then even if you go in and maybe you get that spider, did you get all the spiders, you don’t know. But maybe part of what you have to do is go in and try anyway. 

So I’m contemplating about how one does this: does one go in as a whole group? How does one ever get the spiders? Or do you let the spiders take over the building? That doesn’t seem like a solution, either.

John: So what you’re doing is you’re starting with the building which is a stillness. And then you’re leaving the stillness. And, when you leave the stillness, you immediately set in motion, in terms of identification, having left the stillness and having gotten caught into the greater spaciousness of having to figure your way out – in terms of both the timing and the spaciousness. 

The thing that I was trying to figure out was, what does this spider represent, in terms of going into the building that you’ve vacated? It involves having to sort things out again. Once you’ve taken and contended, or gotten involved, or gotten yourself sucked into something, meaning you’ve left the stillness, then you have to somehow sort things out, like black-and-white or something.

It’s kind of like you can be going along, I mean, an example of this as an outer effect that does this to you, that portrays Kundalini energy, it has both an inner and outer quality to it; it’s in a state of disarray. It has kind of an outerness that is coming down with its timing sequence of something, it’s seeking to act out in the outer. And then the inner quality that is trying to take on a spaciousness, that can be considered a spider, too.

The way, though, to look at it is instead of saying it like that is to give one more precise example. So when you’re feeling good, let’s say you’re just feeling great, you know, you have no reason or qualms whatsoever, you can say that you’re kind of in a wholeness, or in a oneness. You can feel still, in that way. It’s not that you actually have to do anything. 

Then, all of a sudden, you make a decision to do something, or are affected by something, that stirs you from this condition of stillness. And so when you’re stirred from this condition of stillness, you then have to step out; I mean, that’s where an energetic is set in motion. That’s timing, or a thought, or however you want to put it. 

When you get in the timing you don’t know the timing because the timing is complete, in and of itself, when it’s in a stillness. But when you’ve moved away from it, then there’s like, oh, a kind of disorientation – there can be moods and everything else that you can’t shake, that’s in the spaciousness now. 

And so that can be like that. As soon as you step out, then you’ve got this whole thing in a flux, in a disarray. And how in the dickens do you put the Humpty Dumpty back together again into a stillness?

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