Everything has its timings and alignments: a lock won’t open until the tumblers are lined up. This is true energetically, in that any vibrational state has certain possibilities that it will allow, while making other vibrational states impossible. As we move through life, and as we develop, we are trying to bring together the inner alignments that make new things possible for us. This requires rebalancing and fine-tuning as we learn and grow. (At the end of this post there are instructions and a link to download this recording to your computer.)
Jeane: I was having a long involved dream right before I woke up, but all I remember is one last scene from the dream when it feels like I’m talking to you. And we look like we’re in our 20s or something.
But it’s like, as you’re standing there, there’s some kind of substance like we spray on. And you have like three bodies, and the three bodies step into one another. And you’re going out, and I’m talking about the effect of this substance on the bodies and how we want it to impact other people, or how it might impact other people, because then your three bodies kind of all become one. And we’re just having this discussion right before you go out.
But I can’t remember any of the rest of the dream, I just remember it was a long involved dream.
John: Well, the theme of the dreaming had to do with being able to sort things into a naturalness that was conducive, in terms of how it was that they came together, or could be gathered, and belong.
Not only was the theme that but it also was a type of pulling things together as if you’re trying to incarnate potentialities. Or maybe not just the present, in terms of going out, but also you could be sealing it in a way for the future, as well.
And you did this sort of thing by way of a feel, by way of a sense of how something composited in the most congenial and balanced way. And to be able to know that meant that you had to step aside from intolerance qualities, that you might carry in your nature, that could bias the recognition of what worked and what doesn’t work.
So that’s what the evening was like, it was like doing something like that. So what you were seemingly doing is you were taking an aspect of that, like taking three separate things and seeing them in terms of how they are one by using a substance like a spray or something that took and pulled the sight, or the clarity, of how that sort of thing works together and comes together as one.
It’s a form of designing. It’s part of the bigger schematic of being able to design, but you can’t design if you’ve got attitudes, or moods, or mannerisms that get in the way. In other words, intolerances.
Nor can you design or do anything if you’re trying to take things that aren’t meant to be grouped or put together. You can’t do that, nor can you seal something. In other words, you were both designing, or putting something together, and by using the spray you were sealing something, you know, setting something in place for longevity purposes – for the future, even.
Or why would you use the spray? In other words, the things came together and then you sealed it with the spray. It’s an awkward image to have to look at, but mine were a little easier in terms of doing the same thing.
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