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Nothing-beIt’s not uncommon to find oneself going to a certain place, or event, for the first time, and feeling that the clothes we have are all wrong or inappropriate. In the dream world, that feeling is expanded to show a lack of preparation, or a type of unreadiness, for what we are dealing with. In a sense, we are unable to “wear” what we are processing, or unable to own the energies at play, as we may be able to do after dealing with something dozens of times. Yet this is how we grow in our capabilities, even if there is an awkward phase. (At the end of this post there are instructions and a link to download this recording to your computer.)

Jeane: So, in one dream, it’s like I’m at a party, and there’s a group performing. They’re like a band or something, singers. And then they seem to be pulling people towards the front of the room, and one of them pulls me up to the front.

It feels like two of us have been selected to go with them, on a picnic, maybe even pulled on stage. And I kind of feel like a fish out of water because I’m not sure why I was chosen. I feel like other people there know the songs, or they’re more clued in with what’s going on with the whole scene, whereas I’m not. So it’s feeling kind of awkward for me.

But it feels like there’s two of us they’ve selected that will go. I think the other person they selected too is wearing a kind of rose-colored outfit. Then, because we’re going to be going before long, we’re in an apartment-type setting where all of this was taking place, and before we go to the party like I have a feeling I need to get some more clothes or something.

I go into the room next door. It’s actually the room of this woman who has a little boy, and she’s gone into the bathroom and left me with a little boy who’s kind of climbing all over everything, including everything in the closet, and pulling out clothes. And I’m looking at things in the closet and trying to see if I brought any clothes with me; I maybe need a pair of jeans or something to wear to the concert, or wherever we’re going next with the band, and I can’t seem to find the right clothes. Plus the boy is like climbing all over everything and kind of disrupting it, so I’m looking to her when she comes out, because I’m trying to figure out if I’m going to have time to go somewhere and get the clothes, or if there are some clothes here I don’t know about.

And then it feels like there’s just a slight shift in the dream, and I’m standing around watching everyone. And I look down at our feet, and at her feet, and at the feet of the other people in the room are these snakes. And I think they’re holding the snakes by the tail, but the snakes are crawling on the ground. But they’re not paying enough attention to their snakes. I’m kind of just trying to stay out of the way of the snakes. Some of them are very flat looking and some are a little more round.

All the people around me, everyone but me. And they’re just barely holding them. They’re supposed to be watching them, but it’s like they’re talking and milling around, and so they’re not noticing enough what their snakes are doing. And so I see one snake go over and swallow the head of this other snake of the person next to me, and pretty soon three snakes seem to have gotten themselves in some kind of a configuration like that.

And when the owners finally start paying attention to them and pull them apart, one snake maybe even lost its head, you know, and so I’m kind of appalled by that that all these people weren’t watching what their snakes were doing, you know.

John: What we’re going through is hard to keep one’s sanity, and the reason is because there’s kind of like a shift that’s occurring, and it’s a shift that one’s got to be careful because you have to be inclusive. You have to be able to take into account everything that’s happening on all levels.

And the shift that is having you being pulled up on stage is something that is kind of like distancing you from everyone else that’s, you know, just in society. And it’s like when that sort of thing happens you tend to struggle to have the clothes and the things that you need with you. You tend to develop that balance from having been grounded down into the outer of life.

And yet you’re shifting, and what this shifting looks like when you were describing it, is it’s like the Kundalini energy of the snake is a spiral going up, but that’s not the energy in this particular case. It’s an energy going around and around on a particular level.

And so when you were being pulled up into the band, it looked a little bit like the spiral binding of a notebook that’s flat, that goes straight across. And so then when you’re dealing with the energetic of that, you’re dealing with the energetic of something that is, from a relatability standpoint, the consciousness is expanded.

You didn’t bring the clothes that you needed to bring with you to be able to contend with that. In other words, you’re perceiving yourself as having taken a step, outside of the way things are in the environment that you had been in, and it’s almost as if maybe deep down you have a sense that going to Vegas puts you in another plane, or another world. I haven’t looked at it like that, but it kind of does because this is contractive and that is expansive. Is that going to be too expansive? Did you have another dream?

Jeane: Yes.

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