We know what it’s like to be in a flow: there doesn’t seem to be any traffic, the lights are all green, the elevator door opens as we approach. So, when we have a dream where we struggle to make a connection, whether we miss the train, or the plane, or the road ahead is out, and the detour is treacherous – these are all images that show how we are disconnected from our own inner flow – and that will sometimes manifest in the outer as an increase in hassles during the day. (At the end of this post there are instructions and a link to download this recording to your computer.)
Jeane: My dreams last night were all difficult. The first dream feels like I’m going to be traveling to London and I have to leave where I am, which felt more like New York or somewhere. And I know there’s a certain way with the people in with to catch a train to a bus that takes you right to the airport.
But it feels like we missed the regular train. The people with me think there’s another way to get there. And so then when I do grab the train, it’s not going where it usually went. So I’m going through a little bit of confusion about this, just even trying to get to the airport. And that was the very first dream.
John: It’s like you’re doing building blocks to point out a dilemma. You could say that the scenario for the dilemma is that, even with the dream group, everything is askew and that something has shifted. And that what is meant to be known, or caught up with, hasn’t been figured out.
It appears that it’s always like that. It’s as if a human being comes into life and wanders around this way and that way. And that when the teacher arrives on the scene, the teacher is not allowed to tell the human being what it is that they should do in a black-and-white way. That would be an interference.
If a teacher does do an interference, it’s to spin the thing so that it goes around and around more instead of getting stuck in a particular modality. And thus, again, try to set off a recognition to what is a possible outcome, or potentiality, in terms of something anew.
In your dream, you’re acknowledging that a shift is necessary, but that the way to get there is up in the air – and perhaps not even possible in terms of catching up with the potentiality.
So what you’re portraying is something that’s actually fairly miserable. It’s the condition where you know that there’s something more, but you don’t have at your disposal a means that is clear cut in terms of accessing it, or opening it up.
So it sits kind of in a percolating state inside, kind of harbored inside, almost a little more than harbored inside, almost as if it is a meant-to-be type thing, but something about how to proceed to get there remains unknown.
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