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tuThere are many levels to the images we dream. At their simplest, they can be a reflection of events or situations in our life. Yet even such images usually have a deeper meaning to them because our subconscious is using the “normal” images to show us something else. In this instance, the dreamer is trying to escape. Sometimes that can point to an inner resistance to making a connection, or to facing a reality. Yet it can also speak of the larger issue of seeking to escape from the limitations that being in a physical body places upon us. And, of course, that escape is made through higher, universal, processes. (At the end of this post there are instructions and a link to download this recording to your computer.)

Jeane: Well my dreams were somewhat jumbled up last night because it felt like I was dreaming so much, with so many people, they would just flow from one to the other. And it was confusing, like when you came to bed and you got stuck under the sheet or something, it’s like that flowed into something in my dream where you were my sister instead of you, whatever she was doing in the dream at the time.

The only dream I remember is the one right before I woke up, and in that dream it’s like I’m trying to get away. And it’s like I live somewhere where I can go from one room to the other, and there’s even a room where they have like some grass that’s growing about several feet high.

So there’s myself, there seems to be a child, and then there’s a third person that seems to change, and I’m trying to get them away by crawling in a path through this grass, where we can lay flat, and to try not to be noticed.

And it feels like when we get to an area where I can get them away from where we are, and we go outside, there’s some places where there are even some flatbed trucks and some people that are tying some things down on them, they’re going to leave. And they’re complete strangers, but I feel like I can go over and they’ll help us. You know, they’ll kind of let us ride with them until we can get away from where we are, and go on to where we want to go.

So it was one of those dreams where things would just keep shifting, and you think someone will come in the room and they were gong to see you, but they would be talking and maybe they’d miss seeing you, so you could continue on. It just was too jumbled to make anything coherent out of.

John: This is the condition that the feminine goes through when it has the sense in its chakra fiber nature of the spirit energy that is inside, that it cannot access. And, as a consequence, it’s kind of like being in a type of prison, that you need to try to somehow free yourself from, or escape from.

The going into it is the image of the masculine. The coming out of it is the image of the feminine. The masculine goes to something, as if it wants something, as if it needs something. That’s the image of the masculine trying to access the spirit energy that is imbedded in matter, access it in a way so that it becomes free in a condition that’s outside of gravity, that’s outside of a duality, that’s outside of a density.

Because if it doesn’t do that, if it doesn’t access that, if it doesn’t release that, if it doesn’t find that it doesn’t get grounded. In other words, grounding has a slightly different term, now, when you look at it from the standpoint of the cosmos, and the aspect of how spirit energy works. Grounding is a trait in which you come all the way down into the planes of loci in manifestation – without the constraints of gravity.

Because if you play with the rules of gravity, you then get caught in duality. You get caught in the images and reflections of things. And so the masculine has to come into matter to find the essence of something. Through the pure focus and concentration, they need to find that essence of things in matter, meaning the spirit energy in a state of emptiness, in a state of nothingness.

In a condition of gravity, in a situation of this kind of atmosphere that we live in, it’s like you are trapped, or prisoners, to your senses and what you perceive, in terms of all around you. And so, because the feminine carries that spirit energy, she is matter, and she carries then that in her beingness. It’s not off the ground, so to speak, or in this on high or other zone of lightness from which the masculine carries it.

For her it is a condition of being trapped, needing to break free, needing to escape, and that’s what she’s trying to break free of. In the higher-self domain she is trying to extricate herself from the condition of being caught in a poison, in which she can’t see herself in terms of her real image of who she is, because the magnetism, and the density, and all of that creates a density in which, as matter, she remains unconscious in terms of the spirit energy of her wholeness, of the oneness.

Isn’t that interesting you dreamt that?

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imag00303esIn the midst of the idea of letting go, we can get confronted by the question of what parts of one’s self are actually the true parts, the parts we want to keep? This dream looks at this question, and the answer would likely be slightly different for every one of us, but it touches upon the concept that there are basic natures that we should hold onto, that without which we would be straying from who we really are. As we delve deeper, these are the questions that give us pause. (At the end of this post there are instructions and a link to download this recording to your computer.)

Jeane: Last night I had a number of long dreams, but they were all kind of murky with a lot of people, so they were hard to pull out many details.

One of the earliest ones, it felt like I was going back and forth to some place in the mountains, a little town there. Once I got there I wanted to go back out and go hiking, and a friend joined me. And I remember I had a car parked in front of a house, and she’d come with a kitten so we were going to leave the kitten with my car while we went hiking.

And that was the strongest thing I remembered of that dream.

John: Well, the idea of being able to go back and forth in the mountains is an image that I wouldn’t be able to have, because I would always get twisted and lost, because I don’t have a proper schematic of whereabouts in terms of my spirit energy in manifestation – but you do. You do.

But what you don’t have is a certain sense of… well, the cat energy of a certain quality that you need from the kitten in order to be able to, you know, stretch out. In other words, you can’t go and solve any problems like going hiking up into the mountains. You can’t get very far away from the car because there is something about the energy that you need in relationship to the kitten.

So, what it is is an interesting dream that basically starts with what it is that is natural for you. It’s unnatural for me, but natural for you, that you know your north, south, east, and west, that you can go back and forth and back and forth.

But what you can’t do is probe out very well, which is the trait that the masculine does that’s able to try to shake things through, and understand something from on high or whatever, which on an energetic level for the feminine, is like it has to do more with a different aspect of the breath. It’s more the in-breath, where the masculine would have the sense of something coming down into manifestation and the spirit energy coming into matter.

For the feminine it would have to do with the fact that it can move around, meaning that the spirit energy could venture forth from its moving around and familiarity in manifestation. It could move around, and it could hike, or go through obstacles. But the dream is indicating that there is a dilemma in terms of leaving your car, or leaving that spatiality, and it has something to do with a relatability and an intertwining that is getting left behind.

When you do that, and that is symbolized by the kitten, I don’t want to venture to guess what that is, other than to say that there’s something about the kitten that is important in terms of the ability to reach out into, or to probe out. In other words, the ability to take and have something more than just being in matter and able to flow in manifestation knowing your bearings, but that where you go askew is when you try to probe away from that basic quality nature. Isn’t that interesting? 

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James Newell

We so often guide our decisions and actions according to outside, or external, pressures and events. But there is a way for us to remain natural within all of those situations, and it comes from operating in an inside-to-outside manner. It’s not a state we can switch on in a day, but we can begin to listen to the inner signals and, as we do, we will become more at ease in following our natural instincts. It is a type of consciousness, and it can become our ongoing process with some repetitive effort. (At the end of this post there are instructions and a link to download this recording to your computer.)

Jeane: My earliest dream is harder for me to remember, but it seems to take place in a really kind of elegant older apartment that has that dark wood and everything in a number of rooms. And it feels like I’m entertaining and Joseph and Karen are there as well as some other people that are familiar to me, whether they’re family, or friends.

This dream is harder for me to remember, but I have the impression at some point that Joseph and Karen or some of the people that they’re with are going to move on to another place, because it feels like I don’t want to really entertain at a level they do, or something like that.

Instead I’ve gone into another room and I’m making my sister some tea, so I’m trying to look for the teapot and everything, and I come out and it feels like Karen and Joseph and the others are ready to move on. And I realize I’ll probably stay there and serve tea to my sister. I know there are more nuances to that dream, but I just can’t quite remember them.

John: The theme of the dreaming last night had to do with holding a natural balance that is core and innate to who you are, in the face of an ever-changing outer environment.

And so you have a way of being that you know, that feels right to you, that can bring about a melding together and a connection – but you have to stay in what is natural to how it is that you are. In other words, the serving of the tea and all of that is part of a process of familiarity and takes away the seriousness of an environment in which things hold you back, or have you struggling, or trying to find your place.

A tea type setting is a casualness in which you are able to find your own ease in terms of what is. In other words, everything is meant to be connective, and so your situation of working with your sister and serving tea and coming together in that capacity is a bonding. But what is going on with Joseph has to do with an aspect in which there is qualities and characteristics that reach outside of your naturalness.

Now there’s an importance to that, but not necessarily for you, or not necessarily at that point in time. There may come a time when all of that can be swept in, and taken in, and be part of an unfoldment. But when you place yourself into a setting, or even try to entertain, or be fascinatively connective in that regard, before you’re accepted, or before you have found the naturalness in something like that, you tear yourself down. You tear away your focus, you tear away your key energy, and you will even lose the naturalness that you had, that worked with regards to your sister, and that part that worked very fluidly and commodiously. You throw yourself off on an edge as a consequence of that.

So what triggers a dream like that? What triggers a dream like this, of course it was the theme of last night, what one could say triggers this in terms of your process is you’re constantly confronted with having to make a decision in relationship to whether or not you want to do this, that, or the other or not, like just going over and having a buffet or something. You weigh that in terms of how that relates to a perception in which you see yourself.

And what gets you in trouble is the projection that occurs in relationship to an inner sense versus an outer image, and you have to be careful how you do that. In other words, the key is to figure out how to find the natural. Now the feminine finds the natural by knowing how to be a container space, but doesn’t find the natural when it tries to define the container space. In other words, it can feel it, it can uphold it, and it can see it, but if it takes and looks at itself and then tries to say what the container space is, that’s when it’s apt to take the container energy into a projection. And that’s when it can tear itself down.

How do you do that? It’s a very fine line. You’re having to figure this one out. You’re weighing this. You’re looking at this in your dream. In other words, the general schematic of our dreaming has to do with being in a cadence of inner and outer normality, and we’re intended to be able to be in any space that there is. But because we’re not looking at this anymore from the standpoint of psychological, we’re looking at it from the standpoint of the whole, and from the perspective of the whole what creates the dilemma, more than anything else, is deep, deep, deep within you have a relatability, a connectivity, and a belongingness to every space that there is. But the question is, are you there in a complete sense yet?

The inflections are one thing, the actual residing is another, and so what happens is you can have these inflections, and then you can take and have the outer, and in the outer is like a projection. And unless the inflection is clearly developed, in other words, if it’s just a spark and then falls away, you can easily act on the spark, almost out of a state of ignorance, because the spark is not consistent and then demoralize yourself, fall back and get really, really hurt, really, really wounded.

Thus, in your image, if you catered to Joseph and his wife in a setting and in a scenario in which there are things going on that you aren’t meant yet to catch up with and deal, but you could innately do that because you do have that depth inside of you, but not necessarily fully flushed out yet.

So if you take and you grab a flicker spark that quickly veils, and lurch out there, that can be dangerous. And that can get you in trouble to where you tear yourself down and demoralize yourself because you’re reaching beyond your station.

Yet if you go to tea and you work with your sister and whatnot, everything that unfolds there is very, very extremely expansive and takes into account all kinds of things that are important in the spatiality of that, and even expands you energetically into a point that brings you even closer to relating with Karen and Joseph. However, if you substitute or try to do the Karen and Joseph until you do what is natural inside of yourself, if you get the order wrong, you tear yourself down.

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