Certain images in dreams seem quite reasonable. Other images make very little sense. Yet when we remember that we are all the characters in the drama, the background thread begins to come together. Here a man is passed out and the dreamer, a female, is offering protection and help for it to awaken. And the other aspects of the dreamer offer good advice: if you try to help this masculine trait directly, it won’t be as readily accepted. We see this dynamic in the real world often, and it has a similar nature as an inner unfoldment. (At the end of this post there are instructions and a link to download this recording to your computer.)
Jeane: It felt like I had just one kind of bizarre dream. In this dream, initially, it’s like I’ve gone to a party and there’s a man there that’s passed out. And in order that he doesn’t get taken advantage of it feels like I spend the night with him. It’s not really a sexual relationship, but just wherever he goes to pass out, I go and I stay with him so that he’s not taken advantage of.
When he wakes up the next day, we kind of go our separate ways, but remain on friendly terms. Well, it turns out that maybe he was either one of the brothers or entourage of somebody like the Kardashian clan, or somebody where they all are kind of entwined in each other’s lives. And they’re concerned about him.
So then it feels like other members of the family suddenly approach me, because they almost want me to covertly give him help again, when they know he won’t accept it from anyone in the family.
And then one of the sisters approaches me and she starts talking to me about a problem that she had, like she had, at one point, signed up to become a stewardess and started making payments towards that. And then she stopped doing it, but she still owes the payments and she realized that she has maybe a 12-year commitment, and she realizes that it wasn’t something she was going to do. And she realizes she’s even forgotten recently to make a payment and that she needs to go do that.
I tell her that everybody sometimes makes an obligation towards something that they have to pay off that they don’t stay with. But what I’m really curious about is why was it that she suddenly decided to do that? What was all that about? What did it mean to her? And I’m starting to have that conversation with her, while at the same time, I think I’m examining this issue of how the family suddenly wants me to start looking after the brother without him knowing about it, because he resists anything the family tries to do to help him. And that was when I woke up.
John: So, the person that passes out was part of something so much more that you are trying to revive, or wake up, is a masculine-side quality that is lost, so to speak, or out of touch, in terms of how you are meant to be in a particular capacity.
That’s the direct image of something. In other words, it’s an image of something that has a certain natural particular place, and yet isn’t aware of it, is unconscious to it, and that something needs to occur to revive that into the reality of itself.
In other words, it’s kind of like awakening to a type of consciousness that lies dormant. But it’s in the bones, so to speak, because this thing is there and it’s amidst the party of life. It’s just unconscious.
And then you add another bit of information, which is about another aspect of energy that is a bit misaligned. In other words, the part that originally you talked about is an out-breath presence. This part is an in-breath spaciousness, the ability to break free. In other words, a presence is isolated and is insignificant and can be unconscious if it can’t break free and break out into a quality of greater orientation, so that it can, so to speak, fly. And that in this particular case, there is something remiss in terms of that happening in terms of how the attention and the focus is placed.
It’s meant to be intertwined in a type of related connectivity, but for some reason it’s not. It’s dropped the ball in terms of the catching up, the education, and the awakening of what needs to be in a greater spaciousness.
So you have a presence aspect that is unconscious, as a masculine trait, that is able to be in the midst of something that carries a certain known quality in terms of the outer. And then you have a lack of a proper spaciousness recognition, which is the in-breath quality that needs to rhythmically be there properly in order for this to be able to exalt or come into its own.
It’s as if something got dropped, and it’s as if there were distractions so that the help that was needed for this to occur didn’t quite come into being. So this is the other half to the story in terms of a situation in which there are two seemingly, in terms of the dream, insignificant things that need to happen to pull the result of something through.
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