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5cdWhen we think about everything around us, we can see that all is in process; things are constantly evolving. That idea implies that things begin at a certain point, and seek to evolve to some point in the future where something has changed, something has evolved, or something has been accomplished. And that is the way of life, and certainly is true for a human, who is meant to make such a journey of evolution. And we can see it even in our dreams, where being in the East implies a new arising, and being in the West implies a type of completion. We have said it before, our dreams seek to guide us as we are in the process, pointing us toward a level of completion. Only in this light can the universe really make sense. (At the end of this post there are instructions and a link to download this recording to your computer.)

Jeane: Then, in the next dream, which seemed very brief, it feels like a friend is talking with me and it feels like we’re in the East, but more like the East United States or something, but there is gambling there. And they’re saying that there’s a system that we can beat the roulette table at. It has to do with whether you bet on black or red, or it maybe something that we can do that actually rigs it somewhat, and we can make some money.

And, I can hear what they’re saying, and it may even be true, maybe particularly if I were a little gutsier, but I don’t have confidence in the system, but if we go to the casino, and we start messing with the roulette table, that it’s actually going to be okay. Maybe we could win, but you know they seem to feel it would work fine, and I seem to be having my doubts.

John: So hopefully you can make this a four-part dream, because this is like the second part. And you’re causing me to realize that often the four parts come together as a one can actually come together, or maybe in your dreaming can come together, as the pulling together of the four primary archetypes.

Now the first archetype was that in which there’s kind of a Prostitute energy gone awry, where you’re caught in a complexity that’s just a weight, and a burden, and can’t break yourself out of that amnesia – knowing that there is more, though.

And, in the second part, you’re putting it into action in that you’re now going to have to do something in life, you’re here, before you were complaining, in terms of how it needed to be, according to your conceptualization that’s like a Prostitute energy. Now you’re putting it into a motion, and you’re employing kind of a Gambler energy. You know, you’re going to see how this, that, or the other can be affected, in terms of changing the overall effect of things. But even in this dream you’re burning that off because you’re kind of realizing that that’s a little doofus, too, right? So what’s next?

Jeane: Well, at this point, I seem to have hooked up with you and, because of that, we’re looking for a place to live. And, at first, we’re on the East Coast and maybe that’s where we were living at the time. And there are some homes there that I even know the people that own them, but we seem to be wanting to just use that for storage and, you know, we’re looking for a place where we can live together.

And suddenly we seem to be out on the West Coast. We’re visiting a house where actually Lewin is living with his family, although his kids are kind of getting ready to go out on their own, or have. But we all go out house hunting, but as we go out house hunting it feels like the homes that we’re looking at are either all sold out in that particular subdivision; we just can’t quite find the right house.

So when we come back… you and I, I think Lewin’s in another room. His kids are out. One of his kids is kind of excited because they actually maybe have sold all of the homes in a subdivision but, you know, there’s just not quite a house for us.

So you and I are talking and maybe we’re going to have to come back to the East Coast for another couple years before we can move. And are we going to get a temporary place, or are we going to come out? But it feels like we have to go back to the East Coast for a period of time before we can come back.

John: And so it’s like the thief archetype in which you’re now seeing what it is that you have to have, what house or whatever it is that you have to have. But the interesting thing is that the fourth archetype… Do you have a fourth archetype? That was it?

The reason why I was wondering why it was it is you are associating this as something that needs to be figured out, in terms of going to the East in which something arises, and so the excitement of something new coming in is like the Drunkard archetype. It’s overwhelming to begin with.

That’s, again, an aspect that has to be carried and dealt with in terms of bringing out a wholeness. So how does the Drunkard archetype? That’s interesting, the Drunkard archetype. You go one, two, three, four and, after four things, you’re supposedly able to hit a quality of a kind of completeness inside of yourself – or at least you take a step in the journey.

And so you’re finding what it is, in this third dream, in terms of a house in which you can lay claim to, like a thief, and of course it has a lot of wonderful things. There’s the teacher around in that area, too. But it’s in the East where something is rising or coming into life.

You’re going to have to go back to the East and deal with the Drunken energy of something coming in before something can set in the West. West is an ending and a completion.

Oh, that’s an interesting dream. You’re playing with the archetypes, makes one ponder your archetypes and what they mean to you now, again, but that’s information for you to ponder.

I think what it does, as I would see the dream, is that it causes you to look at how when you get speeded up and, you know, what all of that is that does that. You let go of this, you let go of that, you let go of that, and then you get speeded up. It’s causing me to look at that. And then that has to set, and then something more is known.

I never thought of you having the drunken quality, but I can see how you do that. And I never thought of it being kind of like something that stirs around like this at a point where, in terms of the teacher, in terms of the setting of things into the West, that there is this Eastern thing, the rising of something from the East coming up, that that has to come out as well, that that comes up before it, then, settles.

And a settling to the West would be going into a stillness, and the East is action, action, vibrancy, drunken vibrancy. It sweeps it all, sweeps over it all. The sun sweeps over all of things, and then finally eventually sets in the West as a stillness, as a letting go. Interesting way of doing it.

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