A Rooted Point

Our brain is merely one of our processing tools. We also use our intuition, our subconscious, and our unconscious to process everything that we experience. And each one has its own speed and timings, as pertinent information is gathered together and brought into a cohesive alignment, where it can then rise to the surface of our conscious thoughts and inform us of what is going on. Consciously understanding our inner processes also supports them, which, over time, will allow them to work even more efficiently for us. (At the end of this post there are instructions and a link to download this recording to your computer.)

John: Your dream corresponds to my last dream that I wrote up. I probably had two or three others, I just refused to wake up to write them down. But this last one was so crisp, and so alive, that it was almost as if it happened. It’s almost as if I’m reviewing this as something that had happened once upon a time. But it’s not, it’s a dream. So I describe it a little bit as if it’s an outer event that has symbolism to it.

I’m going through county records, and I have envelopes for all of the property that’s in the county. They’ve been handed to me, all these envelopes have been handed to me because I have a right to see everything. 

I don’t have to open all the envelopes because I’ve already identified the five or six parcels in which there’s something significant going on, where something is returned in regards to that. Three of the six parcels are delinquent just one year, and for something that is returned to me, usually there’s more than one year delinquent, so something doesn’t make sense. Plus, they are all at what is considered by anyone who was to take the time to study this county, they’re the most pristine part of the county, it’s the very southern point of the county, and it narrows at the southern point.

At the southern point, when you look at a map, there’s something colorful about this area, it’s very, very scenic. This whole area has been cut into really, really small recreational parcels to accentuate the quality. And, because it’s so far away, it’s easy to ignore, but somehow or another I can’t ignore it because of the fact that it’s rather interesting that, in this isolated spot, three of the six fall.

In this sleep dream I’m in a room and I’m with a person who is kind of like watching, but doesn’t necessarily understand how this process works. So he’s helping me, and so he might open an envelope or something, but doesn’t really know what he’s doing. I can tell that I’m onto something, but I also realize he hasn’t quite caught up with it. I don’t know for sure what all it is that I know, so I need to sit with it a bit, which means that I have to get out of this area for now and let what I can feel tune itself in so that I can better identify, rather than try to probe any further at this time. 

In this way I will come to know what is going on better, which is kind of how it is, anyway. If I’m affected by something it works in my psyche. It’s like I spin around it, it works in my psyche and it goes into my dream world and stuff like that. And that’s how I come to know. When I’m asked to respond on cue, it’s better to let it sit a bit. If I respond on cue, sometimes I just dissipate what is meant to be understood, or blow the Chi of something that’s meant to rise up from any rooted way. 

So the meaning is, the outer is like a dream. I would imagine you jump into this as a type of dream that is like in the outer. The outer is like a dream in that, to get a better grasp on things, I need to step back and let my intertwined connection get clearer. I do that in the outer, I do that in the inner. 

I’m not treating this dream as just a dream, I’m treating it as having kind of an inner and an outer context to it because it was so vivid. This dream is so vivid that I’m looking at it as if it actually happened and it is pointing something out – if I am able to sort it out in terms of alignment. 

The main point is that what I need to know will result in more of an aliveliness about life, if the furthest point, which is the most rooted point, is taken in, is grasped, which is also the point that’s easiest to ignore because it’s like the densest way down there. But it is the most colorful and scenic point, and holds the means to getting a better handle on things. 

So the deeper meaning is this dream is indicating that I need to sit with what is coming through in a grounded frame of reference, as this is where what is happening is most directly making itself known. So it’s indicating the ability just to sit with it, too. First of all, to bring it up, to be able to catch it, too.

From life in its most rooted way comes the basis to understanding what is going on more succinctly, so that, on a deeper level, I’m able to sort out and align when I process to more directly assimilate my being. This takes time when there’s a lot going on around me. I catch up with the Chi of the earth that connects with the soul when I allow it all to come together, which means sometimes you have to step aside in order to allow it to come together.

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