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Ivan Terzic

We likely all know that moment when we are doing something really well, doing it naturally and with just-as-needed effort and timing, and then we become conscious of that state of our process and the whole moment is lost – along with our great skill. Well, this dream points out that we can do exactly that same thing in our spiritual journey: as we seek to be in the flow of energies, with our natural grace, it is that moment of the personal thought or idea that will completely disconnect us. But we can learn to separate ourselves less and less. (At the end of this post there are instructions and a link to download this recording to your computer.)

Jeane: So it feels like I work in some kind of a medical center, and you work there, too. But the problem I have is that everything in this medical center is always shifting, and people, and everything you have around you, is represented by these little dots, or little globs, round globs.

Well, the problem is, these globs keep shifting randomly and if three of them are lined up, then everything is fine, you can be working fine, but if a fourth one lines up it wipes out all the others and whatever you’re doing has to start over. It’s very hard to get any work done.

Well, I finally decide that one of the ways around this is I’ve gone and I’ve started studying some Qi Gong with a Qi Gong master who lives down the street. And then I figure out what’s going to help all this is if I can get you to come and take the Qi Gong classes, too. If you’re there, and you’re taking the classes, then for some reason this is going to help fix this alignment problem.

And I take you down to meet with him, but I know this is going to be a real challenge because, while you’re very athletic, learning Qi Gong, or any kind of martial art, is a lot like following dance moves and that’s not your strong suit. So I mention this to him because I don’t want you to get clobbered by any of his students that are over enthusiastic. So we kind of decide what time you can go down there and start learning, and it’s probably better to be in the back row while you’re learning. I think that was when the alarm went off.

John: The first three parts, were something aligned, or something is kind of coming into cohesion, that is the phase in which you are catching up with, instantaneously, as an in-the-moment part of the whole quality of your nature, what it is that is meant to come through you, or meant to be experienced, or you’re meant to feel as a flow in the whole. The fourth part…

Jeane: I just remembered it. In the middle was this dream where it’s like people are trying to capture, or shoot me, and I kind of run away from them by climbing up in these great big huge trees and flying around the tree, or trying to do something where I can stop them, or get them wrapped, or tied up.

John: What you’re doing in that dream, with that part that you call the middle, is what you do as the fourth step in the first dream, and that is you have your understanding, or idea, about what it’s about, and that idea, in terms of what it’s about, is taking what you’re experiencing in a overall way. It’s taking it into some sort of relative context.

In other words, the way that you’re having to go up a tree or whatever the heck it is to escape something, that’s your idea of what is going on, how to relate to that. That’s making it relative. The fourth thing that you come up with, in terms of something that is just hitting you in the present, it’s a kind of completion, but it’s a completion in a relative sense. You don’t want that kind of completion. Where it might have been important at one point in time to understand what was relative in the situation, now that gets in the way because you’re in the absolute of something that is in a moment flux, felt in the bones, that’s flowing through you. You’re not into what that is about.

The fourth is an indulgence. The three are a flow that comes in. The three things are a flow that’s coming in that’s like a guidance, or inner awakening. You’re receptive to those three coming in. The fourth is where you’re trying to pay attention, now, as if you have a right to know what’s going on – and you’re never going to get that to align. In other words, the three are a naturalness, that’s part of what’s meant to be, in terms of yourself, as part of the whole. And the fourth, the fourth is your conclusion about all of that.

Now, ordinarily, in one phase of dreaming, you have the one, two, and three and then the four, which is the completion. This is not a completion, anymore. This is something that has to be dropped as a completion. You just need to keep the in-the-moment stuff in a surrendered, accepting, empty way, not have to contend, not have to take and act like you have a responsibility to have to come to some sort of accord.

And the same thing is true in the other middle dream, where something is coming at you, something is being experienced as coming into your nature, or is affecting your nature, and you are seeing yourself yet in a separateness there and so you’re trying to elude, or escape, that from happening.

And, instead, what you’re to do is to go with what is unfolding there. It is not something that is harmful. It is part of your overall makeup. If you go with that, if you’re okay with that, if you can accept that, if you can surrender to that then you’re not trying to establish some sort of reflective, relative condition.

That reflective relative condition is your idea of how you cope with this other, as if you have to cope with this other. If you’re in the whole all of that’s going to be there. It’s going to be like that. It’s not for you to go deciphering it, and distinguishing it, in some sort of separate capacity because when you do that, then you shut yourself down. You’re not able to be part of the whole.

That’s a good dream. It’s also a dream showing you what you’re struggling with in order to just let something flow. The nature that a human being has to try to find an end result there, or conclusion, a completion or something, when you attempt to do that, that’s when you make it relative. They key is to leave it in the flux of the moment, unfolding and intangible.

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Unfolding Universe, B. Ragalyi

Unfolding Universe, B. Ragalyi

The culture, our careers, and our relationships all are constantly forcing us to respond to what is happening outside of ourselves. And personal religion and spirituality can only flourish when we begin to act and live from the inside out. So it’s a problem we each must make a conscious choice about. Yes, we can still do all those same things when acting from inner into outer, but our view of it must be very different. (At the end of this post there are instructions and a link to download this recording to your computer.)

John: How this looks, when this is perpetuated upon life is something more (see our previous post, A Change in the Flow). But the meaning is, any attempt to embrace what is currently unfolding, on any scale, and even in any kind of economic way, is important only to the way things look now.

But this is not going to have any meaning or importance in the future. In fact, it won’t matter at all. At this time, the message is clear and unambiguous at what this is about, you know, at this time. But to get it we must be free of any personal prerogative indulgences.

In other words, like the idea that we have to be a certain way. There’s a wedding or something. There’s something else triculating and you have to be able to pick it up. It’s not necessarily in the appearances of what’s going on in front of you. Which means that, because man operates with their senses and thinks that they are going to need to get by that way in terms of what makes sense, there’s no way to respond intellectually.

So when the moment arrives, we will find out, at this very last minute, that there was nothing that can be done or compel to do. The test is, can we stop and be receptive to something latent that’s meant to happen?

In other words, each little thing is moving a person towards something else. In other words, it’s never about the reflections. If you buy into the reflections, then you miss out on something that’s coming through because there’s always a flow coming from the inner.

You will lose by indulging, trying to identify to what is important, or miss out on the thread that recognizes that instead of paying attention to how things are right in the moment, as if that’s the only thing going on, that I need to know that the time now, instead, is to be receptive and adaptable to something else.

So, this isn’t about a love found or a love lost. It is about being able to be in the moment in every situation, and then enable life to unfold more dynamically in the universe. In other words, you can’t have a particular motif or quality that you buy into.

Because we are created in God’s image, this means that we are able to be more than we could ever possibly imagine. In other words, you don’t settle for some little trite mannerism. This is possible as I am able to just let things happen through me and around me.

An effect like this isn’t possible when some tone or mood predominates to keep a person from truly letting go of all identifications and stigmatizations. You just have to let it go. Just let everything go.

And so, this is very hard to do because it takes a person to have developed a certain kind of connection inside, to hearing something that is so loud that it goes beyond anything and everything else that could possibly be going on – in terms of their outer identity.

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