Back on Land

spiritual-iIn dreams, as in life, the situations we face are not always resolved in the first try. This dream follows the submarine adventure from the last post (see Submariner), but the scene has changed and the situation has become more intimate. Still, as we see, the efforts of seduction, of one feminine aspect and one masculine aspect in the dreamer, are unsuccessful. But to bring something from the inner depths, then into the house of life, and then into bed, is great progress. Perhaps the next dream will see the connection made. (At the end of this post there are instructions and a link to download this recording to your computer.)

Jeane: So then I seem to be with the same people, this man and this younger woman, on land, but they’re no longer Soviet, and now they’re Israeli. And I’m still trying to steal secrets, but I might do that inside and outside the house, now.

And so when I’m outside there’s even a sleeping area there. And I know they’re going to leave the next day, I think to go back to Israel, and so I sleep in the bed with the young man. I think the woman is still in the house. And, although I can get quite close to him, I can’t really seduce him. Maybe there’s still just this difference between his being Israeli, and my not being Israeli, although the woman first thinks that I’ve seduced him when she comes in the morning, and I’m helping them pack to get ready, and even hooking her up with a leash for a little dog that showed up.

I kind of let her know that, no, he wasn’t quite seducible, but I’m trying to make sure they have what they need for their journey. And, again, I seem to be studying. I feel like I had been able to spy and get some secrets, but not all of them. I had just gotten as many as I could before they were going to leave that day, and now I’m helping her pack, and hook up with a little dog to take with them, before sending them on their way.

John: So what’s different is, you’re still working the same schematic in terms of how something can break down, in terms of there being an intertwined connectiveness, but the slight difference is you are toying with a different kind of note to the approach.

In other words, the first approach still had to do with something that went up and down as a flow. In other words, there was a flow connected to it. And, in this instance, you’re dealing with something in which there is a greater setness.

In other words, when something’s floating on the ocean in water, and goes up and down, there is kind of a sound flow that’s involved. It’s able to use a type of sound to sort things out, because a submarine uses sonar and stuff like that in order to move about –  it’s part of its secrecy.

When you are on land you don’t have that, and yet, at the same time, you have to be able to function in that kind of shifted modality, as well, in the same sort of way. In other words, things may be more set. Everything may have its ordered format. At least, in the initial dream, you did have a quality of a flow to try to sort things out with, now you don’t have necessarily the quality of flow as readily visible.

You still have the foreign element aspect that tries to create barriers, and a gap, and a veil, but what you now have, that’s slightly different, is without this kind of flow, and use of sound, you have a certain setness in a loud way. Now, can you break that into a clarity, and into a type of awareness? Can you shift that?

So, I can’t really describe how this is working with the elements very well, but it is a shift in the working with the elements. I don’t understand quite how to intertwine with all the elements. I’m more familiar with how the intertwining works in regards to something that has kind of a fire element, which is an in-the-blood quality that rises up from somewhere as a deep rooted cognition of wholeness. I’m a little familiar with that, and I’m familiar with how there is a way of working with sound as an aspect of flow, in terms of an intertwining.

But you’re now talking about an element use that I haven’t had to look at that much, which has to do with taking something in its basic nature, basic dense nature, and figuring out how to get it to intertwine, how to get it to drop its distinct, separate nature. That’s another note, and whether you actually describe that as an elemental kind of note, or just how, I don’t know. But it’s another note.

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U77To unearth something from the depths of our unconscious is to learn of hidden secrets and unknown territories. And it also can make us feel vulnerable. When things are newly exposed to light, or to the light of the attention we put on them, they don’t yet have a layer to protect them. Still, this is a process that helps us grow, and helps us come to know more intimately the inner aspects that may, at first, seem foreign to us, but really are just newly discovered facets awaiting our attention. (At the end of this post there are instructions and a link to download this recording to your computer.)

Jeane: In my first dream I seem to be on a submarine, although it’s maybe on top the water right now, because sometimes we’re above decks, and sometimes we go below decks. And it’s a Soviet submarine.

There’s a man and a woman, and I seem to be trying to get them to give me the secrets of how the submarine runs. So sometimes I’m going below deck to get that, and sometimes I’m going above deck. And sometimes it feels like they’ll cooperate, and sometimes I feel like they won’t do it.

And so I’m trying to figure out how it is I can get it unlocked, so they’ll give me the secrets, and what works, and what won’t work. And I’m going back and forth with that, between down below in the submarine, and up above. And then the dream shifts.

John: It’s a great image to portray this is as a kind of submarine. See, the theme of the dreaming and the looking at things still involves trying to figure out how to close the gap, or bring into an intertwining, the inner and the outer.

And so you take something that has a distinctness, in terms of its separation, with almost a kind of hidden innerness, like the submarine, and then you put it on the surface in which it’s vulnerable because it functions better at a depth. You know, it’s more secure, more protected, at a depth, but the workings of this thing is still the mystery.

In other words, the understanding that you seek is how it is that this works, how it is that this comes together. Actually, you don’t seek it. That’s like a more masculine way of looking at it, but that’s what it’s like, in terms of trying to be in sync, or in an intertwined flow with it.

Well, actually you are kind of searching it. That’s the masculine quality of trying to figure out what it is that enables it to function in the way that it functions. In other words, you’re not just seeing the image, you’re trying to probe out the understanding of it – and therein might lie the problem of trying to probe out the understanding of it, because maybe it’s possible to just be it and do it, and conduct one’s self in a naturalness with it.

But the conditions of things, in terms of where society is at and everything, is still of a nature of not understanding how that sort of thing is in life, and how it works, and where one is at in relationship to it.

Most people, they don’t seek to know, but you’re recognizing that the path you’re on requires you to close this gap, to grasp all of this, to make this sort of transition. The underlying schematic of something like this is that there are setnesses, that are black-and-white, and to grasp the understanding of how something that is supposedly foreign to you, but not really because you know nothing is meant to be foreign to you, to understand how all of that works in an above and below capacity, in an inner and an outer, is what life is all about.

And that the setness of things in this image, the tendency is for there to be a secrecy and a setness of things, that pretty much has to fall away. An outer scenario of things that is like this is, there’s a protocol. And that’s what your dream is like. In other words, breaking the standard protocol of something so that there’s a certain stiffness that doesn’t predominate, and that something can just naturally intertwine. And you don’t have this whole foreignness that is distinct and separate. Your dream is along that motif.

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On the Vibration

Inner-BesWe speak often, in spirituality, of letting go and of surrender. And we seek to become conscious of our automated defense mechanisms as they prevent our connection to flow. As this struggle reaches finer, and finer, and more subtle, levels within, we begin to see that in each moment we are either siding with our old self, and its ways, or we are choosing to be with the energetics of now, with whatever that might entail. It is a great battle, but one we do softly with ourselves, because every part of us has our best interest at heart. (At the end of this post there are instructions and a link to download this recording to your computer.)

John: An earlier dream involves accessing a closeness, and something happens which is too much. In other words, let’s say you get somebody’s attention who is normally distracted, and they’re heebie-jeebie because normally they don’t want to listen, they’re just way too busy, and you get their attention, you can easily overwhelm. And, when you do overwhelm and impose it through like that, the statement is a funny statement that comes up is: why did you let it get away? It’s because none of that was in flow, then.

There was no proper inner into outer. Whenever there’s a tension, or a frustration, or a factor that’s in the way, that’s when the ability to take in gets lost because you’re taking in something in a non-outer capacity, lower-self sense way. You’re taking it in in terms of a higher-self sense that uses the substance of light, instead of the substance of a sound-oriented manifestation that is very, very slow and can’t keep up with this other flow that is also meant to be there. You’ve got the two halves.

So the dream I’m having… It’s hard to say how this is a dream, but it has a latent frustration which compromises an unfoldment from coming through. The frustration that touches a latent anger, for example, harkens back to a condition I carry that is keeping an inner from affectively flowing.

A scenario: As I look deep within, I detect the condition on the heart soul when I look. In other words, what we’re talking about is, this is a pattern. You dreamt the pattern to keep the inner from coming into the outer for you.

So, as a consequence, every aspect of a reaction, that you do, has this pattern. If something gets to be too much, in terms of trying to do something, or to buy something, then you will do an exhaustion kind of fear, kind of stepping back, kind of reaction. If the driving is too much, that pattern will come out again, too.

So what my dream is talking about is this pattern, and now I’m trying to understand my own pattern. And so I am talking about a heart level that, in its ideal state, is able to embrace the inner and the outer. But, in terms of trying to read it, or get there, there is something that keeps happening because it causes a looking instead of a feeling.

Now this time we’re talking about a looking that is a reducing of something into a dense way of reception, as opposed to a perception that works on the level of a flow, that is able to know how things really are in a different way, on a light level. To touch inner to outer one must stay on the vibration as a form of substance level that is seen by an all-pervasive feeling.

To try to grasp this in an understanding way is a problem, in that this slows down the streaming and there is a frustration that ensues in this way. When carried into the outer from the inner without restriction, the image in nature, when you look at a forest, is it is as green as green can be, as far as the eye can see, not a blighted tree to symbolically portray a frustration of the flow.

It’s interesting. It even had an image, now, of what that can look like. What this is called is, it’s called a type of purity. And the level, of one’s inner self, that this is on, that is a type of purity, corresponds most directly to a fire element that goes back to Zoroastrian religion. We carry all these things inside of us. This is a Zoroastrian trait. It is a type of purity. It’s a rare religion, that no one understands, that was nearly wiped out by Alexander the Great – and yet there it is. There’s just a little of that left, just a little of that left. That’s its input into the fabric of the psyche of humanity.

So anyway, that’s how you isolate that now, because each thing represented something. Every prophet, everything, represented something.

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