The Commotion

Our dreams do not judge us, but they do show us a mirror reflection of our nature, often taken to an extreme so that we can learn from it, and then we can take a position in ourselves about it. We all know the feeling of anger at an injustice, but to over react is a loss of control – a loss of consciousness, we could say. And on our journey we always seek to become more conscious. (At the end of this post there are instructions and a link to download this recording to your computer.)

John: So, in my dream, it’s like a story. I stayed at a place, I spent the night in other words, this is like a motel or something, in which the atmosphere is unbalanced. It’s kind of a shaky place. 

I came here as part of an event in town that has ended. So it is now time for me to leave. Apparently, it was a one day event and then I have to go somewhere else the next night, or the next night, or whatever. 

So I’m down there at the front desk to pay the bill. It’s a very cheap place. You know, the bill is less than $20. It’s a dive is what it really was. And therefore it has a vibrational imbalance right from the get go because it has this heavy atmosphere. So to pay the bill I give the gal at the checkout counter $50. And she hands me back a pile of change. 

And I say, I gave you $50. She refuses to acknowledge that. I drag her from behind the counter and proceed to torture and torment her to come clean. I haul her off into another part of the room, even. I break her arm and still she acts as if it’s not so. 

And then there’s a commotion over by the front desk, which is on the other side of the room again, and, as I turn my attention a little bit to it, or drift to it, she ducks out a side door to get away. But she leaves her purse behind. It’s kind of like a handbag type purse. 

And that’s when I recall, or flash, that I saw her make a motion towards her handbag purse. And it occurred around the time I gave her the $50. And I remember where she did that. So I go over to that area immediately, or stick my hand in that area, and there’s the $50. It’s all folded up. I take it out and put it in my pocket. 

Meanwhile, I hear a discussion, which is what had distracted me enough for her to slip out but she couldn’t take her handbag with her. My attention is drawn back to the discussion that’s taking place over by the check-in and checkout counter. And management in this discussion is siding with me about what took place. In other words, customer’s always right, something like that. 

And another patron is saying, hold on, what she did could have turned into $200,000. In other words, maybe she could hold it against me, or false arrest, or whatever could have happened there. In other words, you have to settle back and see what’s really going on there, maybe there was something more there. It could have worked out for her, or something. 

And I’m sitting there thinking to myself, I don’t know how that could possibly be unless she sued me for pain and suffering or something. And, of course, now I have the evidence in terms of what was done, so I do not see how that could possibly go anywhere. So that’s a very strange hypothetical. 

The meaning of the dream is, this dream accentuates a reactionary-ness I carry to a parallel extreme that is further lived out within. In other words, from the outer I was like this and now I recreated this dream to go through this vibration. 

So the hope for me is for this to take me into this energetic vibration again so I can see it is a waywardness with consequences that I need to drop. In other words, I manufactured this whole dream to repeat the pattern, but I did it in another world. I created another world. I created a dream that repeated the pattern. And there’s still more about this pattern that I have, that I need to know – and that’s the next dream.

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