Time to Think

It is said that “he who hesitates is lost.” One way to understand this statement is to realize that when we have to work out a solution to something it means we are lost, in a way, because we don’t know how to proceed – so we hesitate – and, at a minimum, the moment has moved on and perhaps something has been missed. On our journey of always deepening our connections, we will begin to get more and more instantaneous knowings on how to proceed. Then it is a matter of trusting this guidance from within. (At the end of this post there are instructions and a link to download this recording to your computer.)

John: So, in the meditation dream, I’m taking a test and I take this test after being subjected to things that lack insightfulness. So I’m taking a test to measure my receptivity and awareness to things that lack insightfulness.

In other words, how far am I going? In other words, that lack the insightfulness from within; I’m trying to get a gauge on that. So I am being shown that, first of all, I’m able to be in both the inner and the outer. With that in mind, what is meant to happen, and my role therein, has something to do with the inner connection. 

I have the Kundalini energy to make the connection to bring the flow through, but can I maintain the insight? That’s the question.

So the meaning is, I do not have time to work everything out in the outer. I must access a knowingness from within to keep up. In the dream, I’m being shown that I am between two-thirds and three-quarters of the way to this overall connection. 

So what is going on that shows me this is, from time to time I’m tested to see where I’m at. Each time I reach a point where I remain stuck – in other words, where I have to guess at the answers instead of them being automatic. It is the point where I lose the knowingness needed to go beyond the dense outer limitations. 

I have like a 12-question type exam to take after having gone through a process. And I get through somewhere between eight to nine of them and then time runs out. The test is over. And this is a repeat dream. I never have enough time to take these tests; time runs out. 

And so, knowing that the time runs out, the others I’m able to get through, but now all of a sudden I have to ponder these. And, in pondering these, I may have had to ponder one or two prior to that that chewed up all the time, then. And so then to have to think and ponder these to figure out what the best multiple choice answer is, instead of it coming to me readily, I eat up all the time. And I have to get to the point where I have to somehow take quick guesses, which means I don’t have the knowingness that’s there automatically.

And I’m about two-thirds to three-quarters of the way in what is like a 12-question process. It’s a repeat dream, which reviews how far I’ve come to catching up with what is going on with this quality of an inner knowingness. 

Just like you’re recognizing that you have to catch up with the sense of an energetic Kundalini instead of all of this outward Kundalini that involves what everybody else does, that has a defined setness to it that everybody embraces as being the way that it is. And it’s not; it’s meant to be so much more.

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