Into Everything

_ag_DreamingOur dreams can be so full of drama that it sometimes seems as if we could wake up and write a screenplay from them. Why are they so dramatic and over-the-top? Well, on a certain level they are showing the struggle for you, the struggle for your life, that goes on between you and the world around you, and you and your true purpose. And that is just about the most dramatic and important thing we can think of. (At the end of this post there are instructions and a link to download this recording to your computer.)

Jeane: So, in this next dream, I seem to have this boyfriend and we’re walking along a mountain trail, and he has a little black dog that’s really bright; a little fluffy black dog. And we run into another man who has a dog that looks exactly like that.

And maybe because this other man is interested in me, and he has a dog exactly like my boyfriend’s dog, they feel like they have to go fight a duel. They’re going to go down to the forest below to fight a duel, and they leave me holding both of the dogs.

And I think this is the stupidest thing I’ve ever heard of, so I take off with the dogs. I’m not going to have anything to do with them fighting a duel. And I think the dogs are actually implanted with a little artificial intelligence, and when I take off we get into an area where we’re settling and trying to climb.

I end up going through a canal, and I have to try to climb up onto a ledge and go over, and I see some people coming from the left that are trying to escape from something and go the same way we’re going. And they’re being pursued, and when the dogs and I manage to kind of get up over what seemed like a barrier and proceed, and then I eventually go into a building, I find that there’s actually some men there that are developing an artificial intelligence. And it’s like they want to keep it for themselves.

And they realize my dogs have been implanted with it, so it’s like they want to kill me, or capture the dogs, and know where that came from because they thought they were the only ones that had it. So I’m trying to stay ahead of them, or keep the dogs out of their grasp, or not get us shot, maybe even try to get back to the guys if one of them hasn’t hurt the other.

But there’s a lot of overpowering force in this, they’re almost like either criminal or government types that have a lot of power behind them that are trying to implant and control this artificial intelligence.

John: So, what you’re describing is you’re describing an unconscious condition that exists, in terms of life, in which people go out and get caught up in things and, in their deviation, in their separation, they go off into trances that are away from the essence of their own true being – thus they’re away from the oneness that pervades through all of life.

And yet that doesn’t mean that life itself is devoid of that oneness. It just means that they have lost the sight of that, and that this oneness extends into everything, and it includes the animals for example, the dogs that they have, which are their friends, of which there’s a closeness that the dogs have, and that the dogs reflect. And it’s not just the dogs, it’s everything.

And so, similar to the previous dreams, you’re being challenged to take and contend with something that’s at a deeper depth inside of yourself, and bring that deeper depth out. And in the face of the collective, or the ordinary, out there, that isn’t recognized – yet it is in the overall atmosphere, but who can see it, and who can know it? And thus it sits kind of in an amnesic denial.

And you are recognizing that there is this quality in life, even though there is this other dance that is all very, very strange and peculiar, that underneath everything that is going, on including these guys that are off into this strange dance, that have done things to help train the dogs and stuff like that, too, that carry an embeddedness that goes far beyond the delusionality that they’ve gone off into in their trance, is this whole quality, that is so close, and yet so far that they don’t get it.

And that’s not much different than your campfire thing, in which you access something and then comes the delusional to kind of haunt that, and then that sends you off into having to sort or figure all that out because the collective influence has such an overriding effect in its illusion upon you, that there you are going down a road that’s bounded by lines that are yellow and probably orange. And the reason why the line has probable orange in it because yellow only represents one part of the breath. Orange represents the other part of the breath.

There is a way of looking at life in which, wherever you see the word God you substitute breath and you’re not that far off. And then, of course, this whole thing has its repeat cycle that’s very similar, which is your great niece, and the fact that she is considered a deeper essence because she’s a great niece than something that’s louder, which is the vibration of your sister. And so that aspect that is more to the outer, the sister energy can smother out the meaningfulness of the deeper depth of the great niece vibration.

What you’ve done there is you’ve kind of done a bit of a role reversal, in that you’ve gone down the tree of life as opposed to within the tree of life. The typical way of looking at it would be in the order of looking at your grandparents, and your great grandparents, and all of that as kind of a deeper inner lineage. And in this particular case you’re working with the other aspect or part of the breath that penetrates into an insightfulness that is in the outer, in a deeper way, and the reason why you’re doing this on a psychological level inside of yourself, is the underlying theme is one of oneness that is pervasive in everything.

It’s easier, for example, to recognize a closeness to a relationship level that is really close to you, like say your sister which would be closer than your niece. And yet you’re meant to be able to start taking this from your sister, to your niece, to the strangers, to the objects. I mean the oneness keeps going out. And initially you’re closer to it, in terms of the bloodlines, and usually because of the way human beings have been so caught in the collective of things with the senses, and then the mind orientation going off of the sense orientation, thus there being a kind of heretical ego that we have to contend with, the closest means in which to sort that sort of thing out has been for humanity, for the longest time, through bloodlines. That there’s been a certain level of awareness that’s been able to come across through bloodlines, as we are able to hold a better closeness that way than we can amongst strangers.

But eventually it has to get, as it says in The Bible, to the point where you love thy neighbor as thyself, where it has to extend as a oneness that goes into everything, and all things.

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A Deeper Quality

jyotiranga-lingasIt is always a popular question, in trying to understand dreams, as to why we dream about certain people we know, whether family or friends, or even famous people. As a general rule, these people represent, for us, some aspect of ourselves or what we are going through. As we see in this dream, there is the sister as well as a great niece (who is pregnant), and that further distance removed of the great niece speaks of something new arising from a deeper place within; we see that a connection is trying to be made. (At the end of this post there are instructions and a link to download this recording to your computer.)

Jeane: There was a little dream maybe right before this, too, where I was going into a building that had a restaurant in the basement. I leave wherever I am to go down to that restaurant because I realize that my great niece, who’s pregnant, she’s going to meet me. And she has a young man with her, and she’s going to give birth any day, but she had come out. She wanted to get together with me.

And I think she went to the restaurant a little ahead of me and then she’s sitting at a table, and I go in and I’ve ordered something, but the restaurant’s not quite open. Somebody’s going to get something for me, but they must have forgotten or something because it doesn’t come, the food doesn’t come.

And I have to go find her, yet, so I go into the kitchen, but I know I’m not really supposed to be in that area. They’re all working; then I go back to where I think like I was before when they took an order and there’s a line up now. And then I go to another room and there’s more of a line up, so I decide I have to forget about the food and just try to find her.

But by now I can’t find her, and I go outside and I do run into some people from my sister’s high school class, and they’re talking about somebody in that class. I don’t know what’s happened. Something’s happened to them. And that was just a little dream that I had that I think came before the first dream.

John: So it looks like a bit of a yo-yo process in that you use something even deeper, or further removed, which is your great niece, who is bringing forth something into life. In other words, there’s an aliveness trying to wake up.

And then you use your sister, and her aspect of you, as something that is more in the outer now, because your great niece is further removed. It’s a deeper depth quality. You know, it’s a great niece, as opposed to a sister, and so the things that are you, that are what you have to recognize, and realize, and open up to at a deeper depth, or further removed, in a great niece, and yet at the same time they can be blurred by things that are more in the present which is the events that surround your sister.

Isn’t that interesting how you would do that? But you’ve got to also realize you’ve got to keep this into context with the other dream that you had, which is the dream in which you could take this image and flip it a little bit, and so then the value of what is brought into life, as exemplified symbolically by your great niece being pregnant, has a similitude to the things that you are packaging around the campfire to hand out.

And the aspect is something that is cluttering that, or clouding that, or blurring that, which is what’s going on with your sister, is similar to the reaction of that which is haunting you, and chasing after you, in an attempt to obliterate what you have connected to, or to stop that.

And the lines that you see on this pathway that you’re on, the yellow line could represent the Naqshbandi. And the reason why I said that there’s probably an orange line there is it would represent a little of the Chisti involvement. And they both work with an aspect of the breath in terms of trying to open something up, with the breaths being accentuated in opposite capacities between the Naqshbandi and the Chisti. And so that’s just kind of how that is.

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A Solid Tree

GeneralIf we look at a tree, we can see that it has, generally, a singular trunk from which it branches out in many directions. And that is a great image for us because, on a spiritual journey, we have to be just as solidly decided, and allow that certainty to guide all our branching out. Because, for the most part, we may think we have decided something, but another part of us may not agree – and can even sabotage our better intentions. So we must let our systems know that we are on this path together, as a oneness, all of us growing toward the same light. (At the end of this post there are instructions and a link to download this recording to your computer.)

Jeane: I have to say that, in last night’s dreaming, I know that somewhere that I don’t quite remember, there was a tree that was really strong, and that was the nice part of the dreaming very, very early in the evening. There was some tree that gave me a lot of strength, I think, but the rest of the dreaming was exhausting, and I remember it more in little pieces.

And, in one dream, it’s like I go into a house, and in this house they’re putting things together, almost like they’re selling campfire candy, and I’ve gone in to buy some boxes of it. But I get in there, and I start to put some boxes together, and there’s one young guy that takes me aside for a minute or so and we share that we’ve both done Qigong or martial arts, Qigong I think.

And then I’ve gone back, and I’m getting everything wrapped up in two packets, and I realize that the other people there are planning on killing those of us who are taking the candy. But I’m lucky because this guy that’s done martial arts has identified with me, in some way, so he grabs me aside and kind of pushes me out the door with my bundles.

But I feel like I’m on the run a bit, and I go over to a street and now I seem to have someone else with me, but I don’t see who that is real clearly, and I’m trying to get away on this street. But the problem is it’s a city street, and it has a big curve in it that goes up and around a corner and to a stoplight, and the street lines are painted such that you feel like you’re supposed to… I seem to be on a bike of some kind now, like motor scooter or something, I’m supposed to be over to the left. In other words, like I’m supposed to be way over to the left where traffic is.

But there’s a yellow line right against the wall on the right. I don’t trust the people behind me enough to go drive where it feels like you’re supposed to drive traffic, so I’m staying way over on the right because I feel like there’s something behind me that would come up. So I’m staying on the right where it feels like you’re really not supposed to drive, but I don’t feel like it’s safe to drive over in the middle because of big things that might come up behind you because I’m already being chased. And then there’s a little shift in the dream.

John: So the tree that you see is like a seed precursor to show you that the process of accessing that which is hidden within is where your strength is at, but you just see this tree out of context as a firm, solid tree that reflects something balanced and more complete.

And then you have to untwine that to see what is the essence that makes such a tree the tree that it is. And so you find yourself going close to the flame of things, or the campfire, you know putting together these treats that you find, or these qualities, contending with these qualities that you find inside of yourself.

You’ve developed a certain balance, or a key, to be able to do that, because most people their neurosis keeps them from doing that. But, all around you, that is not considered a collective accepted way to approach life, and so those forces around you in the outer, that do not do that for themselves, seek to beat that out of you, or to keep you from proceeding in this particular way.

And so you proceed into life as if you’re pursued, or affected, by the outer aspects – which is yourself, too, but in a more unconscious state – and that creates the image of a thread, or a road, that you have to follow. And you have the caution lines, or the yellow lines, and if you look more closely there are probably orange lines, too.

In other words, both of those denote ways in which you are guided, so to speak, in terms of this process of waking up, which is a step and a path that you have gotten yourself to a certain degree intertwined with, to have gotten to a point where you could sit near the campfire and access this sort of thing, which is alarming to the collective.

But you have to bring all of that ultimately into a oneness, and the oneness includes the other parts of yourself that do not necessarily support such a process. And, as a consequence, that haunts, and chases, and affects you. It’s all part of you getting to be a whole oneness there, the wholeness, or whatever, which is that solid tree.

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