The Scramble

When we see athletes preparing for the hike of the ball, or the pitch, or the serve, or the starter’s gun, we often see them bouncing on the balls of their feet, or somehow keeping themselves in motion. This helps them flow into a reaction, rather than having to start from a dead stop. The energy and inertia is less if we stay in motion, and the same is true for our inner agility: we want to refine our foundational principles throughout our lives, yet we want to stay free enough within that framework to respond to any need accordingly. (At the end of this post there are instructions and a link to download this recording to your computer.)

Jeane: And the last one’s almost a little bit more like a long image. It’s like I’ve gone up to this, it’s almost like a little cliffside because it feels like black rock that’s been carved out. And if you go up a way there’s a little cave that’s curved back into the mountain. It all looks like very black rock, in a way. 

And up there are three, I think they’re young men. And I’ve come up there to help them with something. But I’m explaining to them that it can’t be like it was before, because before it felt like they were all healthy. And now they’ve been somewhat broken, or something’s gone wrong. 

And so I’m there to work with them, but I’m just explaining to them that it won’t be like it was before; it’s almost like we have to work with how they are right now to get better. So it makes it a little different.

John: So what you’ve done is, in the last dream, you’ve established the scenario: the one, twos, and threes. And then for the four, as part of four, it’s all been skewered. 

And you’re having to scramble with what it is that you abide in, and can hold on to. You’re having to scramble with that. In other words, you’re having to be ambidextrous. It’s kind of like what has to happen when you are able to shift into, and experience, something within, versus how it is in the outer in terms of your senses and perceptions. 

From what you’re able to pick up within, you have to be able to scramble in terms of the outer. In other words, how it is that you find yourself being in the outer still is going to have to – in order for you to properly connect to the oneness – in other words, it’s important that something comes in as a clarity, with a letting go, and then a tuning in, and then an unfoldment is possible. But there always is going to have to be the scramble in terms of how that situates, or effectuates, in the outer. 

So it’s kind of like this step four that you’re talking about, that is normally spoken of as a step of completeness, the completeness has a slightly different definition. The completeness has to do with you including into the definition of the word completeness the ability to be able to mutably scramble when the conditions are thrown up in the air. 

That’s interesting, because most people, once they get into a schematic, they then lose their flexibility again. And, this time, it’s a completeness based upon one’s ability to be mutably adjustable to scramble. So you did kind of a 1, 2, 3, 4.

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