We know the phrase “crunching data” from the world of technology, but we humans have a similar process. Our systems are constantly processing enormous amounts of data to give us ideas, or strategies, or responses to what we are experiencing. The more available data, the better chance we have to make the best next step. But, when we rely only on our brain to sort out all of this information, we’re using our slower faculties. Our instincts and higher faculties process much faster, and we will often get a nearly instant feeling response to help guide us – when we listen to it, and trust it. (At the end of this post there are instructions and a link to download this recording to your computer.)
Jeane: Well, it’s interesting, I just kind of remember my dream that went on a long time. But it felt like I was living in an apartment building, and the center of the apartment building was circular, like even right up through the unit I lived in.
And I had someone that must have worked for me, like a maintenance man or a guard, both, and his assistant. And they were going out and they were going to try to map the influence of the night watchman or other people on this circular area. And, if they could do it, and figure it out, and catch how other people are influencing this within a certain time frame, then it felt like I could regain control of it.
That’s the best way I can put it into words. So I was trying to do that, but I didn’t know if I could do it in the time frame specified. In other words, for some reason, they’ve given me this short time frame. If he, or they, couldn’t go out in this 15 minute time frame and map all this influence that was occurring, then maybe many other people still stayed in control of it.
John: That’s a dream about integrating, but it involves letting go and seeing so that you can integrate it. It’s like having the data, or a whole bunch of things, available, having gathered that in, and knowing, then, how to read it, how to integrate that into the whole, into the situation.
And, if you can’t do it, you go just in circles.
Jeane: And, plus, I’m trying to regain control of it, in some way.
John: What you’re doing is you’re gaining a type of confidence in self. In other words, there’s a negative way of looking at it where what you’re doing is trying to manipulate, or hold, something for your own personal edification.
It’s in the center of the house, it’s in the core aspect of what you’re trying to catch up with. You’re trying to do this so that you have a handle on it, so that you understand it. It’s important, for some reason. It’s circular, meaning you can go around and around, and if you can catch up with it, you gain not just control of it, that’s the negative way of looking at it, you gain a certain power or sense, for functional purposes, in terms of a greater spatial array.
You have to know something that’s key, or central, to the whole shebang. And, when you do, yes, the negative way of looking at it is that you’re doing this for purposes of control, but the positive way of looking at that is you’re doing it to properly self-empower yourself. In other words, so that you can hold your spaciality as you need to hold it. It’s an interesting dream.
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