Major Event

It’s curious that we use phrases like “earth-shaking,” or earth-shattering,” to describe events that seem overwhelming. On our inner lives, depending on the state of our own well being, any event can seem cataclysmic. And, as described with earthquakes, it is the aftershocks that do the most damage. In other words, how quickly we can regain our equilibrium can determine the long-lasting effects of any emotional upheaval. (At the end of this post there are instructions and a link to download this recording to your computer.)

Jeane: The next dream was a little more vague to me because it was the dream I had in the morning. It’s almost like I’m in a city, and it feels like there’s been some kind of major event, you know, almost like on the planet. And I’m trying to get things back together. 

But it feels like when I’m with people, it’s almost like when I’m trying to get something to match up. But things are where halves don’t match up, in a way, like people might be wearing one color of clothes versus another color of clothes. And I’m trying to put something back together, but it’s hard because it almost feels like there was some kind of a split and getting things to flow back together again when there’s been a change is hard. 

I can’t remember that many of the details; I remember more of the feeling of it.

John: So whenever things do change, or shift and whatnot, you’re supposed to be in a position where you can handle whatever it is that occurs and not get caught in having to be so retentive that what it does is it kind of nullifies your ability to function, or to cause something to come together in the way that it needs to come together. 

And so, in your particular dream, you are using the container energy and the quality that you have, but you are not able to, from whatever it is that’s happening, you’re struggling in order to maintain the equilibrium of things. Normally you don’t struggle to maintain the equilibrium of things, but you are. You’re wondering how you can put this back together, or that back together again. It’s another disarray. Why all these disarrays?

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