Feeds:
Posts
Comments

Archive for the ‘Horses’ Category

Pierre-Marie-Brisson

Pierre Marie Brisson

A battlefield, or a war zone, is a strong image to have in a dream. Whether we are speaking of waking life and the wars that are always happening, or the war we personally wage in our life “against” the struggles of the world, or the internal war that is at the heart of our spiritual journey – the war between the ego temptation and gratification of the personal, and the expansive connectivity of the universal. Only one of these options is worth fighting for, and only one of these options makes the other two inconsequential by comparison. (At the end of this post there are instructions and a link to download this recording to your computer.)

Jeane: So, in this third dream, it seems to take place in a foreign area that reminds me of maybe medieval Japan or, you know, it feels like a time long ago in a country that almost has a fairytale quality of China or Japan.

There’s been a war or something going on in that land, and I’m with people that have been surviving during that. It’s time to get out, and I think there’s three of us or maybe there’s… Well, there’s a little dog, there’s a man, there might be a boy, I’m not even sure which one I am in a way, and it feels as though it’s a time maybe when they think about the war as having ended and they’re getting out of the country, or the countryside, and we’re looking at how to venture out.

And I find a horse, and put the dog up on the horse, and then it feels like one other person can ride on the horse and one person can walk alongside the horse. It’s a big horse, but everyone is a little worn out.

But as we go across the landscape, I suddenly see some water trickling in and I realize that what we think is solid ground, the person who maybe had contracted with the government to build that section hadn’t really done what they were supposed to, and I can see that it’s going to wash away.

And then it feels like I kind of fly out over an ocean, or water area, and I see bodies in the water. And I see the crocodiles, actually, like I skim the water right above them. And it’s as though I’m looking to see what’s in the landscape, or where we can go, but there’s really not a sense I’m not sure we’re going to make it, actually. It’s not like I’m worried about that. It’s more like I’m going out, and scouting, and looking around, and seeing what kind of chaos the entire land is in. The way it’s been devastated by the war, and by people not really doing things the way they were supposed to have done them, like the contractor.

But we’ve done the best we can. We found the horse, and I’m looking for a route out.

John: So the horse is a power, and the horse is a presence. And that presence is all-effusive. And it’s meant to be of a quality, meaning all-effusive, it sweeps through everything. It’s meant to have a quality that, in doing this, it pulls everything within. And, if it’s not capable of pulling everything within, then you’re going to have crackup, or you’re going to have a breakup, you’re going to have a situation in which things are going to fall apart.

And so this is like a big jump dream. You jumped over something. How is this possible? This is how things get changed and shifted in a very, very fast way in the outer. The shift is from the inner. The shift is from the essence. The shift is from the stillness. The shift is from a quality of a presence that is so all-effusive in its wholeness, and in its stillness, and in its quietness, and in its emptiness, and as a light that it takes into account everything – or can take into account everything.

But you’re seeing that it hasn’t yet. And you’re seeing that there are things that are falling off by the way boards, and getting swept away, and things like that. That chaos still reins, that the breakdown is continuing to happen.

Now, you have to put this in conjunction with, let’s say, the first dream, because the second dream was kind of like a blowback thing where you’re dealing with the dynamic of something, and you’re going back and forth within the dynamic of something, back and forth in terms of yourself, to see if you got the spiritual muscle or something – as if there is something like that. That’s still reflective a bit.

That’s the middle. So it’s kind of like you did a one, two, three in which the third is the new information of how something can just be shifted and transformed by a quality of wholeness.

The second has to do with the price that’s paid in terms of how this goes back and forth in relationship to inner and outer, and it’s very straining. And we come with an outer physical conditioned body to have to try to do this, and can only do it up to a point because the name of the game is you are placed in the reflections and then trying to work out of that.

To the degree that you don’t, I mean the body pays this price little by little. And in the first dream you were dealing with something that was a zone. In other words, for whatever reason that was both inside and outside of time simultaneously, and something that’s inside and outside of time has the characteristic and the quality to be able to hold the wholeness of the environment that it is surrounded in. And if it doesn’t, like in the example of someone tipping over in their chair because they couldn’t handle something going to a greater level of stillness acuity, and they still had their outer defense mechanism that required a certain degree of commotion, or chatter, of the density of things.

So what you’re seeing is that you have to have a quality of the heart. Is it the quality of the heart? Yes, it kind of is because the heart cannot be affected by reflections. The heart has to be in a state that’s able to hold whatever comes as reflections at it, because if the heart still has to vie with something then it will get caught not being able to fall into the emptiness, into the spatiality, that has the power and the presence like a horse, that it can affect all of the land, meaning the land in this case everything that there is.

Because if it can’t, if it doesn’t, and you do know with the horses like you say in that dream, you found the horse, but if there’s the flickering, and then it isn’t sustainable enough, then there’s going to be breakdowns or, in this case, continuing collateral damage.

You know if you think about it, it’s what grieves a teacher, because he realizes that things are continuing to breakdown. You know, people try to throwback: “Well, there’s always grace,” and stuff like that, which, okay, sure, yes, there’s always grace, but haven’t you noticed we’re still breaking down, we’re still destroying ourselves, we’re still not able to shift in some capacity, we’re still not able to fully take a responsibility of a wholeness on an energetic level within, so that the effect of all of that permeates as an emptiness, as a nothingness, and replaces the dance of all of the reflections.

To download this file, Right Click (for PCs) or Control Click (for Macs) and Save: Replacing the Dance

Read Full Post »

tyywA gas station in a desert is an awesome image for the human story, because here we see a dream character trying to economically develop this deserted area, putting lots of energy into it. And here we are, humans born on planet Earth, using all our adult lives in creating things that can’t possibly last because they’re made of matter, and matter always decays or changes form. The only thing that can be built for eternity is our energetic self, and our lives should be spent developing that. (At the end of this post there are instructions and a link to download this recording to your computer.)

Jeane: As soon as I open my eyes I seem to lose my first dream, but I hold onto the second one.

I think at the beginning of the second dream I’m going out into a desert area where we have a ranch, or land. And, initially, when I go out into the land mostly I go to visit a horse that’s in a corral, but it’s like a large corral like on a buff, or a butte, or something.

And then I go from there down to an area on the desert floor where the family has something like a little gas station, you know grocery store hookup, that’s out there in the desert. And then I go to like the main house the family has, and while the rest of us are away that’s being run by a cousin of mine.

But when I go to see what he’s doing, I’m kind of observing at this point, and it feels like it must be a man, I don’t know whether it’s my brother or my husband, whoever is really in charge of everything, but who’s also always away so the cousin’s the one who’s in charge of this particular area. He’s come to kind of see what the cousin’s doing.

What my cousin’s been doing is he’s been really kind of going around a little manically trying to really develop this land in the desert and grow the buildings and buildup the structures where the gas station and other things are, and has a garage going, and this and that, and plans for more. And it’s like we’re actually trying to talk to him to back down or mellow out because I realize that the family member that actually owns all the property doesn’t want to see it developed, wants it kind of left as it is.

And so I’m kind of observing my cousin’s motivation, and it feels like maybe he’s being pushed by his wife’s family or somebody else to develop something and put his mark on it, but he’s just working all these hours in an area that’s not really that supportive of the efforts, and is not even really what we want done with the property but he can’t seem to hear it. You almost feel like he’d fight you, or knock you over the head to go do it.

And I’m trying to wonder what I need to do to get him to where he can actually hear, because I can see that in the long run he’s going to wear himself down and, you know, I’m trying to do something to even make him a little unconscious for a few minutes so that maybe he can actually hear or see what he’s doing where he’s just kind of going at this manic pace creating things. And that he needs to just stop and see what he’s doing to himself with all that.

John: In this particular case, you’re working with two zones of your being. And the one zone enables you to catch up more with the other zone, has to do with inner power – and that’s where you deal with the horse.You visited it in the overall, and so you had some insight then as to what that was all about, in terms of the power behind everything that exists.

And then when you take and you go with that kind of as part of your being, which gives you a certain kind of clarity, and that’s a clarity that comes, because when you pick up speed, when you pick up power, when you pick up proper inner power, you also pick up insight or light, a knowingness that’s within the light.

And so when you then come back into the basics of the energetics that we’re inclined to deal with, in terms of the way the world functions with gravity, so you have expansion and contraction, and so then that power gets transformed. A person takes a component, or portion, of that and spins it in the outer. And the connection, or the means, or the basis for being able to do that is the subrogation of the true power into, in the image of the dream, the gas station, which is an energetic form that has a viability to it.

You know, it can feel things, it can sustain things, but only so far. And when it is doing that, in an outer capacity, it is actually an abuse of the energy. And so from the inner side of yourself you’re able to talk to this outer motif of one’s self, and say that this can’t continue, because this is on a tangent, and this is taking the viable energy and power that you need, that is you, from deep within, and that opens up for you to some degree in the outer – instead of bringing even more of it through, by taking and expending it in terms of stretching out in the environment of manifestation.

From the perspective that you have on the inner, I mean this is just a wide open plane, and there’s the wonderful horse in the overall, and then in manifestation it’s like a little enclave in a desert area. You know, it’s basically empty, and the only value that exists, which is a fleeting value, is the value that this person is making out of this place with the gas station as his basic means and connection to something that is able to feel the viability, but only up to a point, because it’s a misuse, and misappropriation, on this side, of that energy that is available in a more overall way on the soul level.

So that’s what’s kind of going on.

To download this file, Right Click (for PCs) or Control Click (for Macs) and Save: A Fleeting Value

Read Full Post »

contraste-colores_It is often pointed out that we live in a world of duality: up and down, hot and cold, high and low, male and female, and on and on. And mostly we get caught on one side or the other of this duality. Yet as we develop, and elevate our viewpoint, the duality begins to be less important that the connections between things. And if we keep elevating higher, we’ll eventually merge into a oneness. Until then, as this dream shows, being caught in the duality of things is a state of delirium. (At the end of this post there are instructions and a link to download this recording to your computer.)

Jeane: So my dreams were rather chaotic last night. The first dream I had seemed like there was a civil war taking place of some kind, and it stretched all the way from Alaska to wherever I was. And sometimes you saw families torn apart, because maybe the man had a wife that was black and she had to go live somewhere distant. Other times people were able to be together.

I remember some of the fighting was going on in Alaska and I remember that your brother-in-law was in the dream, but mostly it just felt chaotic.

John: That seemed to be what was going on continuously in the dreaming last night, was that there was always a corollary. In other words, if something came through in one way, there would be yet another way, an opposite, a contrast.

And thus it was hard for the dreams to flow because there was always the contrast. The contrast is just the contrast, and I can’t help but think that that seems to be the case in terms of the way the consciousness evolves, or one of the threads in which consciousness evolves, in which if you push yourself to an extreme contrast, something takes place, an awareness, an understanding takes place, or occurs.

But then the question is, what about the opposite of that? So it’s kind of like expansive and contractive, expansive and contractive. And this has to do with being able to flush out the future, to be able to work with the principles of expansive and contractive to get to a point where you actually have a sense of what is meant to be – or otherwise you just sit in kind of a delirium, where one part of yourself that has the 180-degree contrast goes up and contends with another part – and there is no vibratory flow in that.

The emptiness somehow or another exists, but it’s like a level or something that takes one outside of the contrast.

Jeane: In the second dream, I’m driving down a city street. Traffic’s been difficult, like maybe even was going the wrong direction at one point, but the road has opened up. I seem to be with someone I was in a relationship with in the past in the car, and suddenly this man and woman that are together, he comes riding a horse down the hill, but this hill is like all shell and he shouldn’t even be out riding a horse on it.

Plus then he rides the horse right into the pavement and the horse skids, because the pavement is slick, and falls down. And it feels like he gets off the horse, and the horse gets up and runs away and just looks like a big dog when it runs away. And I’m kind of furious at him because he shouldn’t have ridden a horse down this shell or on the pavement. Like what was he doing riding a horse when he didn’t know what to do with it, or what was good for it?

So it’s almost like I go looking for him to tell him what he did wrong. He seems to own an auto body shop or something that’s down the way, so I finally find the place where he and the woman are and I go right into their home to tell him about the horse.

They’re having a group of people in the home, so I spend a little time there, and when I’m ready to leave I even pick up and bag up some popcorn that they had served, without even asking permission, although I show them what I’ve done. And then the woman takes me aside into another room because she suddenly realizes that I’m leaving and she’s wondering what I was doing in her home, so she wants to know what my phone number is. It’s like she wants to verify who I am. But I’m trying my darnedest to remember my phone number. It takes me forever. I have to look through my purse and find this and find that. I don’t have my phone on me. I finally come up with the number and she checks it out, and then she asks for something else that’s supposed to go along with it that proves it’s the right number, and I’d never heard of that before and then she just kind of laughs because that was just kind of a test. There isn’t any such number or nobody knows it if there is.

So then I’m pretty sure I’m leaving and going home, but I blank out, and I wake up and I’m in bed with the guy. And I’m shocked that I’ve obviously spent the night there with him. And she comes in and she’s all upset the relationship is going to end, but she’s willing to keep him on as a client. She does some kind of very strange and different therapy. That doesn’t make any sense to me anymore than a lot of the things in the dream have made sense, and all I want to do is get out of there. I think my father even showed up at the house at one point, and I just want to get out of there because I can’t even remember. I thought I’d left and then I wake up in bed.

While they’re fighting or whatever they’re doing, I go over to a window. I think I open up the window, I find a rope, I’m going to throw it across a little space to where a dock is where someone can fasten it, and I think I can crawl down the rope. But I can’t throw the rope all the way over without someone having to grab it out of the water. Somehow I get out of the house, and then I see my dad who had come to the party, but he’d come with a bunch of other relatives.

I walk over to the cars they’re taking home and he’s crowded in a car with my sister and a bunch of other people, and there’s both a black and a white car and they’re driving off. And I also remember right before I left the house I glanced over and I saw my friend, who’s died, and his chest is all open and I see that there’s all this white lard looking stuff around part of his heart, so maybe that’s why he died. But it’s a big expansive open area and there was different stuff in there including this white hard looking stuff.

And I know I finally leave. The whole dream was just, you know, upsetting to me.

John: Again, it’s one combobulation after another, that seems to be the situation in a setting that exists here. And even though there can be a kind of clarity or consciousness in this, it’s real easy to look at it and just see the flip sides, everything has a flip side.

In other words, you start off with the flip side of power, and that results in something crashing and then there’s the friend, the horse goes from power to friend. It’s as if there’s a huge amnesia that exists in between those flip sides. What is there that’s visible? What is there in that because the polarities, the one or the other, each image has its own kind of delirium – and it’s like a type of cracking up, is what it’s like. I’m sure there’s something good in terms of this cracking up, but if one doesn’t figure out what that is, or come up with a continuity to what that is, you just sit, you just stay in limbo. You’re kind of in a frozen space, because you do one thing you end up with something else. So there’s a linkage that’s missing. Well, the dreams were all like this. They were one contrast after another.

Jeane: All I could remember of the last thing in the morning, there may have been other dreams but again because I was trying to always pull something together, or come back to a dhikr, it felt like I finally came to something which were these round disks that were dark, and maybe had copper symbols on them, that were uniform that went around the circle or the disk. There was something about those images that was beginning to calm a little bit.

John: This sort of stuff defeats every kind of transitional flow. In other words, what all these other images and whatnot is that you’re having, the last thing you saw, though, has to do with how things get created, or how you manifest, how you build something.

Because copper comes after gold and silver, in terms of the sequence of things. It has a very significant symbolic meaning, just like gold represents the masculine, silver represents the feminine, copper is another representation in terms of a vibratoriness, iron is the dense construct of things, and all of these are alchemical symbolic images.

To download this file, Right Click (for PCs) or Control Click (for Macs) and Save: In the Contrast

Read Full Post »

Older Posts »