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Almost everyone who has embarked, seriously, on a spiritual path has felt the energetic uplift of that decision. Why would that be? Because the universe supports, energetically, everything that is trying to contribute to the overall purpose. To have such energetic support doesn’t mean the work is done, yet if we continue to try in that same direction, the support can grow and build. By the same token, if we abandon our spiritual pursuit, after some time, we may experience the grief of losing that energetic support; we’ll feel more alone, and empty. Which is, actually, further proof that the universe will be there for us, if we are here for It. (At the end of this post there are instructions and a link to download this recording to your computer.)

Jeane: I just remember part of one dream, and, in this dream, I know at some point I was feeling chased when I was outside, like there was a river, and I was trying to stay ahead of somebody.

But then it feels like I’m observing this couple, it’s a married couple, that have gone to… it’s kind of like a… it’s not a brothel, but it’s a house that people can visit and have sex anonymously with other people, some kind of a sex club or something. And I’ve kind of observed that they’ve gone there.

And then when I observe this couple, I don’t really see them hook up with other partners there, but I do see that they’re there and they’re wandering around this club. And then it feels like they’ve left, and I’m outside, but then I go to the club, but I go there to see this woman that’s actually like a physician that runs a club.

And I wander through, and then I go outside the club. I notice there’s a river nearby and there seems to be snow on the ground. Again, I have this feeling that there’s people I’m trying to stay ahead of, or not get caught.

And then I’m next to the physician and she’s carrying me, because she’s told me that I have this cancer, and I have to have a hysterectomy, but she feels like it’s good, in a sense, that I seem to be living in a town where they have a really good doctor that does some kind of special procedure. But I’m still upset by that, and she’s carrying me back in the direction of the club. And I’ve gotten up, and I’m walking by some people on the steps to go inside, because I guess that’s where she has her office. And that’s when I wake up.

John: What happened, in terms of the energetic, is that a kind of inner bootstrap grace, or a connection to a greater magnetized quality from within, slowly ebbed out and lost a lot of its effect – whereby one holds onto the recognition of a quality of their beingness on the inner, like the inner breath that is magnetized, and that quality touches the heart.

And when one loses that, the result is trying to make due, or to figure things out, in relationship to where one is at. And, when you’re like that, you do that with thought-upon-thought ideas. And the dilemma that you’re having, in the dream, is that this isn’t working out for you.

And that when you have caught up with a certain kind of inner sense of how things should be, in terms of connecting to a quality of a higher-self beingness that takes you outside of the thought-upon-thought plane of manifestation, whereby you can be in manifestation but you’re not caught in the thought-upon-thought of it that keeps the collective of that going, and going, and going.

What is revealing is that this is not able to work out for you, is the fact that you are having to be carried back somewhere, as if you haven’t quite done this, yet, but you’re in this state of distress. And to be able to be allowed to be carried back, to let go, to have the idea of a hysterectomy and have to be carried back, and to have an image of letting go of having to accept the consequences – because you can’t really identify like you used to be able to, to the thoughts-upon-thoughts of a manifestation, is a hint to yourself that you still have a recognition of something more, at some deep inner level, but you aren’t able to access it as you would like.

Maybe another way of saying it is that, it is said that when a person has a certain level of realization inside, and then they take and they go back to the thought-upon-thought aspects of the outer world, it just doesn’t work out for them. And some part of you knows better, and so you created an image in which you proceed into life, and things are topsy-turvy, and the best you can do to let go is to be carried back – as if you have a hysterectomy, or some other disastrous aspect there – and yet you don’t really have the letting go. You don’t really have any relief. You’re kind of caught in-between.

It is often said that a person shouldn’t begin on a spiritual path if they’re going to, at some point, wander off of it. And, of course, you’re always wandering off of it. And, as you do, you get hit with these images; you get hit with an energetic kind of amnesia, which is not a complete amnesia, but enough of an amnesia to realize that everything is askew.

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image89To develop spiritually, or to develop as a human being is designed to develop, becomes a matter of the kind of energy we connect to – because everything we think and do connects to energy of some kind. But whatever we connect to generates an energetic power that we radiate throughout our own systems and into the world. Part of becoming conscious is to take greater responsibility for the energies we draw into ourselves and amplify into life. (At the end of this post there are instructions and a link to download this recording to your computer.)

Jeane: So this dream went right in to a dream where I’m at a doctor’s office, and it’s a new doctor, a woman doctor, but I haven’t met with her before. So when I get there, it feels like she’s going to do something to test whether the cancer has spread to my elbow.

And at some point I look at her and I’m wondering why we do this test. She realizes that I’m wondering, too, because it may be kind of a painful test, like a bone marrow test or something, and so she decides that we should go aside and talk about why we’re doing this. And I explain to her I’d had a cancer and they wondered if it could reoccur, and I’ve apparently hurt my elbow and it wasn’t healing very fast.

But, by the time I got in to see her, not only is the elbow healed, I can’t remember which elbow it was that hurt. So the whole point of having the test now seems kind of absurd to me, and so it’s beginning to seem absurd to her, too. We’d have to even go back in the records to figure out which arm we’re talking about now, so she says that if I really have concerns she might be able to just do some kind of a blood test, or maybe she has a friend that can do certain kind of scans that are kind of new or experimental, but relatively painless.

But it’s like we’re talking about it and I’m realizing that really I no longer have any reason to be looking at this; but, like, there we are, or something.

John: Now what you did is you did the exact opposite of the first dream. In other words, the first dream you were connected with a wonderful flow that just ensued, and so what continued to follow from that process in terms of following that thread out, was just part of the overall vibration. In other words, it was within that vibratory way of being.

And so now you do the exact opposite. So now you take and you have a concern over the fact that maybe something isn’t quite right, and so you dwell upon it, and you dwell upon it, and you dwell upon it. And you do a psychosomatic even where, okay, now it could be in the elbow because the elbow is hurting and isn’t healing right.

The problem with a dream like that is that whenever you take on any kind of note, tone, mannerism that dwells upon something you can actually bring it about just like as described in the prior example, in the other dream, when you take and you have an uptightness or mannerism or attitude or something, you close something down. You’re always creating, whether you’re creating more flow, or less flow.

And if you choose to develop a demeanor that picks at yourself in some regard, you can actually create a reason to support why it is that you need to pick at yourself. You can actually create a problem, in other words, to go along with that thought, or that feeling, or that attitude.

The teacher tells the story of a woman who actually was married to a general or something in World War II, and it was almost like she had reached beyond her station to be married to this general. And people, in trying to understand it, started saying she was some sort of whore or something. And for some strange reason this concept got hooked into the collective, and everyone started to believe that she was something like that.

Well, for some peculiar reason, because everyone was saying this, she even started to believe this a little bit about herself too because that was the prevailing opinion – and the next thing you know she had adopted that mannerism.

So when you take and dwell on something you can actually bring… that’s why it is said that there comes a point in spiritual development where you have to be careful about what it is that you think about. And of course that extends to how you feel things, what kind of attitude you have, because this is an energetic statement that has to do with how you carry your energy, because the way you carry your energy creates self-fulfilling prophecy.

But the important thing is to recognize that you did a contango, you did the first and then you did the second, and the first was exactly opposite the second in order to make sure that you got the point in terms of the importance about how it is that you recognize how things flow.

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0This dream of Jeane’s is a beautiful example of how worries in waking life can become images in a dream – and bring a much greater depth of insight and clarity  than might be usually possible. And when it comes to physical illness, our lack of inner alignment can lead to any number of health issues. As John points out, this scenario discusses both levels, inner and outer, yet is focused on the connection of the inner as the alignment needed to bring greater well being. (At the end of this post there are instructions and a link to download this recording to your computer.)

Jeane: Then I had a dream early last evening, and I had sat down in the chair and I had gone into a state where I had this dream with a lot of energy. Part of it I think is triggered by the fact if I get overtired right now, then it always brings back a little concern: does that mean the cancer is returning? And so the dream was about that, at least on the obvious. 

So in the dream, it’s like I’ve invited the doctor over that did my surgery. I had at some point loaned her a couple of CDs to listen to, and when she comes over I know in the back of my mind are these questions of, should I have pursued chemo or radiation? 

But I don’t quite bring them out. And I’m thinking about whether I should loan her some more music, but I realize from some comments that she makes that she didn’t like the music I had lent her. So I don’t offer anymore because she didn’t like the ones before. 

And then when it’s time for her to leave I walk out, and there are apparently two ways that you can leave. One is what I consider kind of an interesting way, which is there’s this large craggy boulder and you can climb up the boulder and then there’s a door that opens out.

And I think that’s interesting, but then when I realize she didn’t like the music and things, I just walk her around the boulder up a little grassy slope and out the regular way, rather than the way that I would consider a little more interesting.

And all during this time sometimes I go into these states where I know I’m in the chair dreaming, but I have this energy that doesn’t allow me to completely wake up because it just is vibrating through my body.

And then it feels like I still want to discuss whether I should have done more treatment or not, and so I’ve gone into what looks like a boardroom and a woman comes in and sits down to talk to me. And she’s a woman that I knew in New York that had moved to Seattle, a physical therapist, kind of a brunette woman, and so she sits down at the table and it feels like I just want to talk with her. 

That’s when I wake up.

John: That last part is a mental part that has to do with the neurosis that goes around and around – and it changes the vibe of the whole dream. 

In the first part of the dream, what you’re dealing with is a music of yourself. You’re not making a proper correspondence with this music. It’s not linking the way it needs to link. You’re not hearing it the way you need to hear it. You’re not grounding it, or you’re not doing something in the way that it needs to be.

As a consequence of you not doing that, you’re not able to scale some height. You have to keep taking the easy way out. You keep skirting. You’re skirting. When you go into the outer, you skirt what is in front of you because you haven’t pulled together the points that are required to have the energetic to scale this rock. You’re able to go straight up and over that route.

So instead, because there isn’t a balance or a cadence with catching up with something that is meant to be caught up with, in terms of how you are appreciating something that is evolving inside. In other words, it’s there but you’re not able to properly hear it for how it is and, therefore, you don’t like it.

And because of that, there is a lack of connectivity. And then that connectivity is necessary for you to have the energetic quality that is able to go up and over, or scale the rock, or however you’d say it that has a way of going so much deeper. 

You need both. You don’t have both. You don’t have the parts pulled together because, somehow or another, the music is not being appreciated – in other words, the dance, the joy. 

Music also symbolizes an element that addresses and deals with moods and mannerisms. And one can put spells on themselves with attitudes, beliefs, concepts, moods. And the easiest thing, the thing that works the best to soothe all of that, is music. But you’re not allowing yourself to be soothed, and you’re staying on a spin. 

And the last part, that I don’t really remember because you changed the energy of the first part, is a part that one best responds to by saying that you just need to knock it off in terms of those notions. They don’t help, or add, or do anything at all to your well being. 

It’s like a mental stirring. Rarely does one have a dream in which these mental cogitations and stirrings aren’t meaningful, but in this particular case you really drop the energy. When we start doing that it’s… I almost, as you were saying it, was going, oh boy, neurosis, neurosis.

Jeane: I told you.

John: And yet however, the dream in the chair was not a bad dream because it has you focusing in on how to hear what you need to hear, and knowing that you’re not quite taking it in in a way that you need to take it in. 

But then the neurosis steps in and defeats your purpose, defeats that focus and attention in which you’re looking at this right, and from being able to pull it together. That’s a deep dream, too. And you can see, from a dream like that, how you can make yourself sick.

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