Passed Out

Certain images in dreams seem quite reasonable. Other images make very little sense. Yet when we remember that we are all the characters in the drama, the background thread begins to come together. Here a man is passed out and the dreamer, a female, is offering protection and help for it to awaken. And the other aspects of the dreamer offer good advice: if you try to help this masculine trait directly, it won’t be as readily accepted. We see this dynamic in the real world often, and it has a similar nature as an inner unfoldment. (At the end of this post there are instructions and a link to download this recording to your computer.)

Jeane: It felt like I had just one kind of bizarre dream. In this dream, initially, it’s like I’ve gone to a party and there’s a man there that’s passed out. And in order that he doesn’t get taken advantage of it feels like I spend the night with him. It’s not really a sexual relationship, but just wherever he goes to pass out, I go and I stay with him so that he’s not taken advantage of. 

When he wakes up the next day, we kind of go our separate ways, but remain on friendly terms. Well, it turns out that maybe he was either one of the brothers or entourage of somebody like the Kardashian clan, or somebody where they all are kind of entwined in each other’s lives. And they’re concerned about him. 

So then it feels like other members of the family suddenly approach me, because they almost want me to covertly give him help again, when they know he won’t accept it from anyone in the family. 

And then one of the sisters approaches me and she starts talking to me about a problem that she had, like she had, at one point, signed up to become a stewardess and started making payments towards that. And then she stopped doing it, but she still owes the payments and she realized that she has maybe a 12-year commitment, and she realizes that it wasn’t something she was going to do. And she realizes she’s even forgotten recently to make a payment and that she needs to go do that. 

I tell her that everybody sometimes makes an obligation towards something that they have to pay off that they don’t stay with. But what I’m really curious about is why was it that she suddenly decided to do that? What was all that about? What did it mean to her? And I’m starting to have that conversation with her, while at the same time, I think I’m examining this issue of how the family suddenly wants me to start looking after the brother without him knowing about it, because he resists anything the family tries to do to help him. And that was when I woke up. 

John: So, the person that passes out was part of something so much more that you are trying to revive, or wake up, is a masculine-side quality that is lost, so to speak, or out of touch, in terms of how you are meant to be in a particular capacity. 

That’s the direct image of something. In other words, it’s an image of something that has a certain natural particular place, and yet isn’t aware of it, is unconscious to it, and that something needs to occur to revive that into the reality of itself. 

In other words, it’s kind of like awakening to a type of consciousness that lies dormant. But it’s in the bones, so to speak, because this thing is there and it’s amidst the party of life. It’s just unconscious. 

And then you add another bit of information, which is about another aspect of energy that is a bit misaligned. In other words, the part that originally you talked about is an out-breath presence. This part is an in-breath spaciousness, the ability to break free. In other words, a presence is isolated and is insignificant and can be unconscious if it can’t break free and break out into a quality of greater orientation, so that it can, so to speak, fly. And that in this particular case, there is something remiss in terms of that happening in terms of how the attention and the focus is placed. 

It’s meant to be intertwined in a type of related connectivity, but for some reason it’s not. It’s dropped the ball in terms of the catching up, the education, and the awakening of what needs to be in a greater spaciousness. 

So you have a presence aspect that is unconscious, as a masculine trait, that is able to be in the midst of something that carries a certain known quality in terms of the outer. And then you have a lack of a proper spaciousness recognition, which is the in-breath quality that needs to rhythmically be there properly in order for this to be able to exalt or come into its own.

It’s as if something got dropped, and it’s as if there were distractions so that the help that was needed for this to occur didn’t quite come into being. So this is the other half to the story in terms of a situation in which there are two seemingly, in terms of the dream, insignificant things that need to happen to pull the result of something through.

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Expanding In-Between

As humans we have been trained to be very goal oriented. We set our sights in the distance and do everything we can to get there. But a spiritual journey is not so straightforward: yes, we want to develop and evolve, yet that all happens in the process of doing something, anything, with a spiritual intention, or as a service to something greater than our selves. We are here to help things evolve, not leave them behind. Ultimately, we just want to be better and better at that process. (At the end of this post there are instructions and a link to download this recording to your computer.)

Jeane: I only remember one dream, which is one I had right before waking up. In that dream, it feels like I’ve discovered that it’s like I can help produce what’s called an app, you know one of those little applications you have on your smart phone or computer, that I can actually help produce that. And it’s produced like on the window of my smart phone, but that becomes a room. And then that app is like a baby and it produces something else; and everybody wants to see it happen.

So these men have me in one room and, because they’ve discovered there’s this process, they want me to help give birth to these apps that appear, then, in this other room, and can be used to create a result we all want. But then when I go to the room where they are, they tell me the apps didn’t really live, that they were like babies that just didn’t live, so that we can’t then use them to produce the result we want.

But I don’t believe them. I feel like they just used me to produce the apps, and then they hid them, because they don’t want me to know that they’re viable. So that’s the whole dream.

John: The question that seems to be getting asked is that we all can feel… Well, first of all we all can have a sense, or feel, that there is something important to be supported, a way of adhering to something that is meaningful, but the dilemma that is posed is that where that goes does not necessarily result in what we think, and believe, when we’re doing a process, does not necessarily go to something that is all meaningful.

Which is kind of a hard one to swallow, because the implication is that the flow, and the journey, the anticipation, all of that which invokes a growing process in which there is something that stretches in the middle – called the journey – and keeps opening up in greater and greater ways both as a kind of expansion, and yet also contraction, going on simultaneously, and that the end result of that is anticlimactic.

Anyway, that’s how I came to see it. The way you’re looking at it is, you’re pondering these apps, they cause something more to emerge, and more to emerge, and more to emerge, and you’ve got to be careful because what really emerges is generally delusional – if it isn’t something that is contained, because it goes nowhere.

Everyone thinks that it goes somewhere. Everyone thinks that there’s an end all be all about all of that, but there really isn’t. The process itself, the way one unfolds, and awakens the process itself, a quality within that awakening is what is really meaningful. But what we’re able to make out of this process of awakening, what a human being is able to make out of this process of awakening, at least where we seem to be at now is anticlimactic. It has certain properties to it, but they’re not what we expected to find. In other words, it can heal to a certain degree, but that’s a peculiar kind of soothing because there isn’t necessarily a flow associated with that.

Once something is resolved, it’s resolved. What’s next? And so it can be like stale, especially in relationship to the whole journeying in which there was always this heightened aliveness that seemed really significant. While the journeying was occurring they’re really exciting, and then all of a sudden whatever it was that one was imagining that they were journeying to, when that is reached, that’s what is reached, which is, I guess, some sort of latent definition of heaven or something that we carry; it‘s really anticlimactic. Everything comes to a halt again. There is no flow. It seems very stale. It seems so quickened and alive in the journeying.

But then what do you do with it? Or at least that’s the tone, or the mood, of the schematic that is thrown at us now. In other words, if there’s something to open up one needs to be sure that they understand what opens up. And that if you compile the facts, in terms of the process, and the way that mankind is approaching that process with his mind, this is what he is apt to find with this kind of mind way of creating things. So it’s kind of like the idea, be careful where you put your ladder in terms of the house, because it might be the wrong house that you need to climb, or something like that.

In other words, it raises a big question mark, or red flag, in terms of how it is, and where it is, and what it is,, in terms of the process in that I really, really, really don’t know where I am going and that I lack, in other words, what it takes to be able to grasp it or appreciate it in the way that I am at this point in time.

Maybe one could say this in terms of looking at outer space: if everything is alive, then how does one survive on something as stale and as bland as the moon? And if there is a consciousness in which stars are being created, how is that meaningful in terms of where we’re at now?

And so maybe the best we can hope for, to be realistic, is to support the process of unfoldment, and the latent traits, wherever they might go, helping concretize their unfoldment so that they don’t crack up, or break up, or fall apart in some capacity. Maybe that’s as good as it gets, and then whatever ends up happening, ends up happening. But if we look at it from the way that we are inclined to be unfolding or growing, and we’re to draw any conclusions from that, that kind of mindfulness will result in an anticlimactic staleness that will be a shock, and a surprise, because it isn’t quite about that either.

So this is kind of the theme. In other words, you were getting to a point where, whatever it was, was dead right? The products were dead. You don’t really necessarily believe it. We’re best, we experience something more vibrant and exciting, by just honoring the process, supporting the process, not having to reveal anything because we don’t know what is revealable.

If we were to take and look at what we see as able to be revealed, it will be blasé, or be like dead babies or something. It will be a stillness without a flow. So it’s like there is something that expands in-between. That journeying is both expanding and contracting, and it’s the journey that’s the end all be all. The flow is where the consciousness is invoked, where the aliveness of the consciousness is invoked. That’s interesting.

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Pointing to the One

awakening_38As we begin to let go of our egocentric view of life and surrender to a purpose greater than ourselves, inner aspects that had been dormant since our birth start to awaken in us. What awakens are our natural higher connections and sources of guidance. We can’t make the journey in one day, it needs to be gradual as we shift from matter to energy as our balance point. These dreams illustrate the transition as we let go to our higher selves. (At the end of this post there are instructions and a link to download this recording to your computer.)

John: And the next dream is that the theme of last night was how to get beyond what locks one out of a deeper meaning and aliveness awakening from within. There was also the reminder that igniting the fire can be hazardous. To awaken this sort of thing can throw things around because manifestation is fairly set.

And so I see this in a dream in which I have to stick my arm into what’s a big kind of chamber. It’s a highly combustible chamber. And I have to create a spark inside of that that then ignites a fuel there. And then once it ignites, I have to pull my arm out.

I’ve come to know by experience that I make the spark three times and then pull my arm out, and if I do that just boom, boom, boom and pull my arm out that it works and I don’t get my arm burned or something because this whole thing just goes “boom” when it lights.

So in the dream image last night, I lit the fire but didn’t get my hand out quick enough. A split second later and I would have lost it completely. As it is, as I pulled it out, you know, as soon as it comes out, I have this huge painful sensation because the heat had hit me inside and it’s almost unbearable as it was. It was that close to being incinerated. I burned the hair off of my arm and barely kept from destroying myself.

The meaning is, is awakening to what is real is like going out on a limb to travel beyond the limitations of the ego senses. What we ignite to make the journey is the essence within, that’s what we awaken or ignite. When that comes alive, there can be a collateral effect upon the reflective outer because manifestation is fairly set. It reflects, but it reflects in kind of a—it’s like a time difference or something.

Although it does appear fairly spontaneous, it’s still reflective. And so as things like this occur from within, it invokes a disturbing aspect upon the way we perceive life because we may have perceived it one way and then, all of a sudden, something changed and now all of a sudden there’s a blow-back effect that is different in terms of the way this is unfolding as a force of nature.

I am using the word nature, or force of nature, in the sense that the awareness flows from the inner whole and the individual nuances surrender to this essence. Because creation is a manifestation that points to the oneness, the inner changes directly impact this state of beingness.

And then, in the last dream, I have the image of a weigh station that is like an office in a town. This is a repeat dream. What I see is, is I need to go and make contact with something that’s like a big, big ranch, but I just can’t go up to the ranch because it has its security and this, that, and the other. But it maintains an office in town, or like a weigh station in town, so it’s too transcendent, or too much in terms of one fell swoop to just go directly to it.

So I have to start—and you know, it’s like having a teacher, you start with the teacher. This office is associated with the workings, you might say, in fact, it is part of the workings; it is the outreach of the workings of this ranch that you just can’t go directly up to. That’s how contact is initially made – and it’s that way in everything, in terms of trying to awaken, you have to go through the teacher.

Well, what’s interesting is to make sure the dream gets it, I go to the weigh station and I suddenly have to wake myself up when I see myself making the statement, at this weigh station, “I hear you identify yourself as the whole,” I’m right at the weigh station. You know, I’m starting straight away because I have to go to this weigh station, which is just kind of a spot there. It’s a necessary part that you have to start with in order to go out to the ranch.

The inner is, meaning the inner inside, is too much for us to directly access, so there’s a means to sort things out. For a human being, that is where the teacher comes in. The teacher points to the greater teacher, which is like this ranch, which is in the beyond of the beyond and unaccessible to us when we first start.

In this image there is a reference point, the teacher being the reference point, that is open, that is available, that also takes into account the condition I am in and brings me forward at a carefully designed pace.

And that’s kind of what you were doing. You had the teacher and then the greater teacher. Well, the only thing is you started this off in a way where you made the deep recognition of a certain depth of seeing things as associated with an aspect of a higher element of the teacher, in other words, the lineage, beyond-the-beyond. That’s how your first and second dream were correlated.

Each person awakens at their own pace and realizes the connection differently. For me, in the dream, I cut right to the chase when I say, “I hear you identify yourself as the whole.” What is interesting about this statement is this is a recognition to a oneness, or a wholeness, being inherent as a memory already imprinted in my being to which I am seeking access. That’s how you read between the lines.

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