What if we were to categorize energies the way we do drugs? We might say a particular relationship or type of experience is like ecstasy. And another set of people or experiences were more of a downer. Or, I’m not at my best when I take that medicine/act that way. But with any drug or medication, we understand that it will eventually wear off and we’ll be back to our everyday status quo. The point here is that all our emotional upheavals are just like this – but knowing that they will be naturally processed out of us can add to the speed, and efficiency, of the process itself. (At the end of this post there are instructions and a link to download this recording to your computer.)
Jeane: I only had a few images from dreams I had. I remember, in one image, going into my dad’s department store at night, and looking around and seeing people milling around in there and thinking that people had just come in, and were like shopping, but that nobody was running the store.
And then I finally spot some women that do appear to be manning the counters – so that makes me feel a little better. And I even find some people in the store I know, that I talk to, that are shopping. And that was one scene.
And then another scene, I remember, is I was observing this house, and in this house, which was fairly elaborate, there was a woman guest that had come to stay, a young woman. And she had a very nice bedroom. But there was almost like a saloon door that went into the wall of her bedroom, and up a half a flight. And that was where the teenage son of the household was staying. And I think I did something which locked the doors between the room, but since it’s like a saloon door, you couldn’t lock it all the way.
As I travel somewhere else in the house, I talk to a daughter in the family and explain to her that that particular room arrangement is kind of a recipe for disaster with this kind of wild woman next door, and this confused teenage boy – with not a good door between the two rooms. And then I know I just kept having more elaborate dreams like that, but I didn’t remember the details.
John: So what you’re doing is, you’re caught in the reverb of projection. If you could just let go of the projection, and let it all be absorbed, it would cause something different to occur.
Your dream just reports where you’re at in relationship to how it is that you’re able to take something in. For example, as it starts off with you being in your dad’s department store, and it’s night, and that there are things going on in this depth of the department store which has an unfathomable quality to it, in order for you to handle this, you have to make those things that are there recognizable in some fashion. And that then makes it palpable for your consciousness that needs to have identification – that makes it palpable.
In the other dream in which there is this wild-woman quality that has a connection to something so much more, that it is like a son. But the son is also in a kind of identifiable haywire mode, but the two seem to be even cut off from each other, so there’s no way of sorting that out. That, too, is an image in which there is a perception that is in play, and in place. And such perceptions always carry a delirium, because those are perceptions that have to do with a projective imagery.
So you’re having to take this sort of thing into account, as exaggerated almost kind of nightmarish images, as a continuation from a pattern that was first introduced the night before. And, in this pattern, there was a dilemma in figuring out how to work with intensity. Intensity in terms of a spaciality.
You’re having to understand how to scope with the spaciality. And you can’t scope with the spaciality because everything has to have a Kundalini vibratory loudness to it as part of how you seek to perceive things around you. In other words, this is the news that you find important yet, in terms of your way of functioning in a projective, projected, modality. You’re not able to let it all go, which means that you have to somehow hold on to an aspect for visibility purposes.
And this sort of doingness keeps you from just scoping into the depth of something that absorbs it all. You don’t have a proper access. You have to take all this deranged action, the woman in her way creates the son that you don’t even have proper access to, it’s on the other side of a door, causes it to have its deranged mode.
But if you can let go of all of that, it’ll just go and go and go and go, it’ll all just absorb and get sucked right up as if it was never really real. Not really there. But you aren’t letting go of it, so you’re sitting caught in the scoped-out projection, the telescoped projection of it all, in kind of a outer sense. And even your access to something that’s a little on the inner is still contaminated with a kind of outer demeanor.
This is a nightmare thing. This is the kind of way of dreaming of someone who does hallucinogenics or something that intoxicates them to the point where there is a deliriousness instead of a letting-go quality that goes into a stillness and a oneness.
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