Journeying

We can view the image of going back and forth from different levels. We could see it as the concept of reincarnation. We could apply it to the idea that we connect with higher energies and bring them through into life, into the physical. But a key element of this type of journeying is the repetition of it, and we know that when we do things repetitively we learn more and more each time. We hone and we refine; we get better at everything we do repetitively. And this is the nature of our development. (At the end of this post there are instructions and a link to download this recording to your computer.)

Jeane: In my first dream, which I don’t remember that much detail of, but it lasted a lot of the night, just seem to be involved in watching, or discussing, or paying attention to some kind of a Qi Gong class. So I kind of remember some of the faces and the people in there who were all part of this class, but I don’t remember anything else. I don’t remember any theme, particularly, except I just knew it did have to do with the Qi Gong and something I was studying. 

The second dream, though, was kind of an odd little dream. It was like, in that dream, there are a number of us that I don’t know if we lived, or if we’re visiting somewhere, and we were having to go between three little villages, I guess they were, or towns, something like that. And you had these little, they’re almost like little putt-putts that went between each town – like you see in India.

I would give people rides. It’s like I didn’t really quite have a group or a home of my own, or a group that I went and did things with, it was just my group. So I would give other people rides to town and back. And I suddenly found, I was discussing it with someone that was someone that I’d known for years and years, I was telling them it was kind of interesting because you couldn’t take more than three people. 

The first time maybe I only took two people – and they were strangers. But then the next time when I’m coming back and forth, it’s like I pick up these people, I would drop maybe two of them off in one town, and the other in the third town. And then I’d let them know when I was coming back, and, more often than not, maybe some of the same people wanted a ride back, so you got to know them a little bit. 

And I did this several times, and I figured out this is actually kind of fun taking people back and forth because you kind of got to know them a little, you knew you were gonna have someone that came back with you. Or sometimes you picked up somebody else you didn’t know. And this was kind of an interesting thing that was going on, and I was enjoying it when I woke up.

John: The thing about what you were dreaming about is you were deducing what it was like, in terms of the vibration of the dojo, you were deducing what it is in the dojo that is magnetically fascinating to you. 

And what you were noticing is that you are capable of learning tools and techniques, or being around a vibration, that can transport things back and forth, that can affect people in a back and forth way. And you’re finding that this is very intriguing and interesting. And it’s in that fascination that you’re drawn to wanting to know more about it, and do more of this sort of thing. 

And it’s the same kind of fascination that they all have. There’s one word that describes what that is that it’s able to do that, it’s dispassionate. In other words, it used the magnetic energy almost in a reverse polarity. In other words, everyone goes around and they feel some sort of passionate energy. But what this is, it has accentuated, it uses focus, it has a certain courage, and what was the other word? Intensity, maybe. 

And what it does is it involves this energetic in a utilized, dispassionate way. You really do have to read the very first Don Juan book because this is what he’s doing. He is journeying, and taking people on the journey. And, in taking them on the journey, they are learning how to take others, how to affect others

It’s an interesting science when it’s done with a dispassionate nature, and it’s actually an accentuation of the third eye. And it’s not a heartfelt energy. When you have a heartfelt energy, you have to contend with the angelic quality of an in-breath. There’s a certain weakness in that. And maintaining the warrior quality of a vibration, and able to then be dispassionate, you develop a chi, you hold the chi that – I don’t believe you take this with you. I think this is an energy that circulates on the physical plane. 

One needs to really look at this in relationship to hungry ghost vibrations. What’s different about this is it has the dispassionate quality to it so that it isn’t as confused as the hungry ghost energy, per se. It functions on more levels. In other words, the human being might have his five senses, one of the things that really, really limits what a person can do is the quality of the in-breath, the angelic side of things. Very little is accomplished by those who dwell on bringing that through. 

And people who develop this side aren’t necessarily fighters. So that whatever your position is in life, nothing overcomes this position that you’re able to adopt and take because you have accentuated the dispassionate nature. And, therefore, de-magnetize the effect of gravity upon you so that you can travel, and that you can cause others – see this is what you were dreaming – you can cause others, you can affect others, in this very same way. Very shamanistically oriented.

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