Many times we have had that feeling of being in a flow with life, feeling good and moving with confidence, yet also with consciousness, and then our brain kicked in and we lost it. What does that tell us? It tells us that our analytical capability is not the same as our connective ability. To be with something, and to be in something, is to be centered more in the feeling and experiencing aspect of our system – which is also the seat of our most natural self. (At the end of this post there are instructions and a link to download this recording to your computer.)
John: Now the rest of this is interesting. So the first image: I was reading the first stanza of a poem that portrayed the state of letting go, except this was a poem that contrasted with the above dream, in that there were no qualms or struggle. The poem was touching. When I woke up, I immediately forgot what I was reading. All I remember is it touched the heart.
Meaning: for the letting go to be genuine in an earthly, groundedness way, the heart must be simultaneously moved. Otherwise strange things like self-consciousness, aloofness and righteousness get in the way. When that occurs, there is isolation and separation. That’s the first one.
And then the next one. I hear a statement: he has created miracles in the taking of a picture. You know that statement stood all by itself; I just heard it. And then this statement is separated by an image that had preceded it, in which an orchestra conductor is explaining what it is that he is doing to facilitate a flow. He is speaking in German, and I’m listening to this as it is translated into English.
And then there is the image of a small flying creature, like a bird or an insect, I’m not sure just what. And what this creature does, that I’m watching it do, is it extracts the sweetness like a hummingbird does the nectar, except in this image, that which is extracted as a sweetness is taken into itself in over abundance that exceeds what the bird or creature needs for itself.
And then in the next image, there is a walking corridor that extends over a body of water. This walkway is under the administration of the army. The question has come up: do they put up any placards or guideposts along the walkway? And then the consideration is, maybe they can get away with one without changing the naturalness of the walkway.
In other words, the trade-off that is under consideration is to not cause a stigma which might get in the way of the past natural free flow.
And then in the final image, there’s an image of something coming to where it is that I am. In other words, it’s like I’m in a different place, and another part of myself is in another place, and then there’s something coming towards me.
So this is noticed, whatever it is that’s coming towards me, by another part of myself, but there is no time. A text is being quickly prepared, as if texting from one part of myself to the other. It’s started, just started, but then it’s immediately deleted as that part of myself says, oh shit.
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