Posts Tagged ‘being part of the oneness’

Spiral ProfileIt can be difficult to grasp the concept that everything is a oneness, or to actually experience that feeling in everyday life. But what that concept is trying to bring into our consciousness is that, to make a spiritual journey, we must shift our allegiance from having a connection and responsibility to external events, to having that connection and responsibility to what is happening energetically, both within us and around us. When we are in such a location we can still live our lives, yet we are with the flow of energy rather than separate from it. (At the end of this post there are instructions and a link to download this recording to your computer.)

Jeane: I had three dreams. In the earliest dream, what I remember of it, is it felt like we were sitting in a large space – such as where we sat down before the fountain yesterday – except the space is empty of people. And there are these thin canals that run through that space.

And it feels like I’m focused on an area near the end of the canals where there’s just a slab or something across it, that’s blocking the flow right now, because I have to look at like when I remove these blocks where I want that flow to go. I don’t know whether it’s water, or it’s just energy, but I’m kind of studying it out about where to have the flow go when I remove the blocks – because they can kind of go right, or left, or we can kind of direct it.

So I’m just studying all of that out, and that dream has a kind of very expansive feel to it.

John: So what you’re doing in this dream is you’re taking the scenario of a letting go, which is where one can come and just disappear in the midst of the comings and goings that are all around us, absorbed in the sound of the universe, which is kind of like being able to just sit in the rushing water of things. In other words, let that just be as a quality that pulls all of your attention away from, and out of, everything around you.

You are taking that as a natural, overall inner effect. It’s like you’re weighing it, on the one hand, and then on the other hand you’re trying to denote, as if you’re trying to understand, as if you’re trying to explain, or work out, a means upon which this is something that can be readily always done. And you’re finding that whatever it is that you look at is differentiated, and when it’s differentiated there are issues, and obstacles, and blockages.

And that you’re comparing it like this, or you’re looking at this, it’s kind of like a scale thing, meaning a weighing of things, as if you can take and use an emptiness to weigh, or penetrate, a something that’s going on, instead of realizing that the emptiness, and the stillness, doesn’t exist when there is any kind of differentiation, or an attempt to catch up with what it’s about.

So what you’re doing is you’ve got a state of letting go, a state in which a stillness exists, a state in which everything around you has no effect upon you, a state where you just go somewhere. And then you have the question mark that still exists, in relationship to yourself in the outer, in terms of: how do you flow, and where the blockage is, and how is that to be understood?

And that part is always going to go around and around, and will never be able to figure anything out, because it is coming from a perception that is based upon there being things that are differentiated, or that you differentiate a finding of yourself within the differentiations. And as long as you are inclined to use this sort of mental linear way of scoping, you will never just completely fall into an overallness that is you.

In other words, the dilemma that one finds themselves in is that their senses take and want to be engaged, and need to be understood, and when they’re quiet for awhile, or still for awhile, as soon as they come out of their stillness they try to catch up with what took place – and it never can happen.

We let go because everything that was around us was and became us. We went into the stillness of that. When you go into a stillness in such a way, everything then that comes by is touched. It’s touched in some subtle, subtle way. When you are in a state of froohah in your nature, you are infusing and projecting that, that differentiation, as if it’s real. You’re projecting that into the whole.

But when you’re in a state of a stillness, where you let go of everything and everything goes into an emptiness, and a quietness, well, in that particular case it was like we were in a state that was like a meditation in which 45 minutes went by as if it was five minutes.

So what your dream is doing is, it’s kind of like doing a left hand in a right hand way on an inner level, and the reason for a dream like that is for you to recognize, vibrationally speaking, the importance of the innerness in relationship to the outerness being something that spirals back to its essence – and that essence is you.

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starsIt can seem very difficult to believe that we, as humans, are actually capable of connecting to the world around us – energetically. But it is true, and we do it every moment of our lives in small degrees: we know we can enter a room and immediately feel wonderful or fearful. That’s our reading of the space’s energies. And if we can connect to some things, we can connect to all things – if we can put ourselves on the right frequency. (At the end of this post there are instructions and a link to download this recording to your computer.)

John: I should probably tell that dream because that shows the potentiality, or possibility, of what happens when you become totally merged – as if you can’t separate yourself from the aliveness that is everything around you. That then takes the body, which you perceive as dense and real and whatnot caught in a denseness and realness that takes the body into being something that is more like a spirit energy in that, as you move, you move to and fro through the ages of things, and spatiality of things. You’re not limited by the condition of time, either.

So this second dream… well, first of all I’ll describe what I’m doing: I’m energetically visiting various places, and time is not relevant. The dream starts when I’m talking with some people, and I’m kind of like in an area away from an embankment, when suddenly, on what is a higher point, there’s a rush of people. In other words, I turn my attention from talking to these others and I see this rush of people.

And they are all racing along in reaction to the fact that some woman got killed. It appears that they’re racing to where that it happened or something, and from where I’m standing, or in the area where I’m standing, there is this large tree, and where they’re at is at a point that’s above, in front and above, and this tree rises up and a number of them are jumping into the tree. They’re even throwing some of their belongings into the tree.

This tree, of course, extends upward from where I’m standing with others. Well there’s been a lot of rain lately, so the ground is soggy, and a small breeze comes up and blows the tree over. And as I walk out along this tree to see what’s going on, because it’s a large, tall tree, the tree now extends out and is hanging over a large pinnacle. It’s like a little rectangular deal. There’s a huge edge, and the tree’s hanging out over the edge, and people need to crawl back on this tree to get back to safety.

I notice that the point is solid and firm, you know, of this embankment, but where I was at where the tree grew, you know, the soil was soft and so the tree blew over. So I find out why it is that everyone’s looking in one direction. It has to do with something dying, or having died, and they’re coming to take a look at it.

And so I indicate instead that the attention needs to be on the people who are being left hanging there. They need to come back while they still can, or before wind were to come up, because when a tree blows over there’s usually some roots that haven’t quite snapped and it’s still got some connection to the ground, but not a good one. And if a little breeze were to come up and the last roots were to give way this thing would topple over the cliff.

This dream kind of has a meaning because I’m dreaming inside and outside of time now, having learned how to become part of an aliveness that is in everything around me. And so when it’s like that, this is what facilitates the changes that can happen very quickly in life. This is what enables the energy of the will to come through.

And so instead of things dying in the outer, in a harsh way like they are now, where the ecology is going haywire, where something has been killed in terms of the feminine principle of life, there is a way of putting one’s attention, where the attention, instead of being on the ecology or the physicalness of things, the attention needs to be on the individual. Instead of them going and acting in a deranged way, the attention needs to be to try to get them to a sense of self. If they have a sense of self, then things can change. If they don’t have a sense of self, then nothing can change. That’s kind of the significance of this dream, but in order to dream like this you had to first merge with everything around you that exists.

And then the second aspect of the dream is that from this image I decide to check out a large tree on the corner of a piece of property, that’s the 40 acres that my dad owns. Well, I can see this tree how it was a long time ago, in my mind’s eye, and I’m now wondering how it would look, which would be like 45 years later now.

So as I walk in that direction I kind of break through a small thicket and I come to a nice grassy meadow surrounded by even heavier growth. And it’s kind of a protected meadow because on all sides it’s really dense thicket. It’s a dense thicket. It’s like grass that’s matted together and it’s gotten real high and you can hardly get through it. But it’s not even like grass. It stands up. It’s… well, I don’t know what to call it.

I never remembered this before, and this meadow is shielded by this heavy, mossy growth. So I walk across this meadow that I really like, you know, because it feels so nurtured. It seems so natural there in the face of everything around it that’s protected it, cradled it in.

And at the other end of it I push through this maze, and when I get through the maze I come out at a road at the back of the lot where I grew up as a kid. So now I’ve gone from 40 acres to something that’s just a couple of lots, a building site, and then what had been a real wooded lot when I was a kid. And, of course, today there’s no trees there anymore.

And so I break out of that. I step up on the road. I turn around and am surprised to see a pond behind me – so it’s as if I walked under the pond. Apparently going through the mossy area I was underneath the pond. You know, I couldn’t see anything. I just had to push through this mossy area. It’s as if the pond is above the maze I pushed through.

And so then as I go along the road to the corner I see a lot of storage area that had never been there before, never ever seen anything like that, and it’s kind of covered with a canvas to protect it, I guess. The only thing I can think of is it was apparently erected to serve the neighborhood or the houses on the other side of the road.

And then as I hit the corner and come down the corner, and down that road I’ll eventually come to the house which is on this property, immediately after the water storage facility in which there’s a guy and his friend that are visiting this and are proud of how it works. I see a narrow alley behind it and to the right of course is the water storage center, and to the left is this truck that’s like a trailer except for a lot of sophisticated pipes coming out of this place.

So what I have done here, what’s been going on here is what I’ve done is I started off as if I’m taking and following an energetic of nostalgia, going to the back of the 40 acres that is something that I remembered 45 years, 50 years ago. And it was like a special tree that sat right on the corner of the property where the two lines came together. And as I’m going back there I’m not sure what I’m going to find, but I’ve heard that the tree is still there, even though my dad had a lot of trees cut.

But I don’t notice that. It doesn’t strike me because I seem to see the big trees that used to kind of be there before, and then I hit this meadow and then I push through and I’m somewhere else. So what I’ve done is, when I follow an energetic vibration and am in cadence with everything around me as one, I’m not limited by time and space.

As the vibration I experience changes: the place changes, and the timeline I am in is also not set. It is my denseness of linear sight that keeps me bound to divergent and set conditions. When I am energetic alive with everything in manifestation, in other words when I am everything and everything is alive and I don’t see the separateness things the world around me changes spontaneously because I’m superfluous, I’m a vibration, I’m not limited.

We can move around with the physicality of the body, but everything moves around more energetically, and I am able to go back and forth in time, and distance, and I can even rearrange the outer to correspond to a vibration I carry within that touches everything transformatively. So that’s where that kind of dreaming goes that you have. It gets to where you can do that.

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