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Little Nightmares_20170707234528Okay, we can admit it: it is absolutely a battleground going on in us as we seek to let go of the personal and embrace the universal. It is the known trying to let go into the unknown. This is fundamental to our journey, and the resistance comes because we learned the truth later in life (as a rule), because if we were taught properly as children this process would be much more natural – because it is natural to our design. That’s why it has to be a conscious journey; we won’t get anywhere by luck, or accident. (At the end of this post there are instructions and a link to download this recording to your computer.)

Jeane: In this next dream I seem to be in a building. There’s a man in Middle Eastern robes to one side in the room that we’re in, and he has a daughter about 7 or 8. And I’m in another part of the room and I’m interacting with her sometimes, and I can tell that he disapproves of this, and it’s like I want to get her to come and play, or interact, with us, but I can feel his disapproval because it’s like he doesn’t particularly want her mixing with what’s modern.

And it feels like I’ve also been playing with magic – in this dream, and with the girl. As I go out from the room, however, I discover that we’re under attack by other people and we have to fight them off sometimes using magic and martial arts.

When I go back to the room, because we’re now under assault, it’s like this Middle Eastern man wants to show that he’s resolved with me so it’s like he suddenly drops his robe and he starts dancing with me doing a little Irish jig to show his daughter, I think, that we’re all together now. But, meanwhile, we have to flee a bit because we are being assaulted by all these people from elsewhere.

At first I try to hide myself. I even like run across a rooftop, and I run into a building that’s hidden by a skylight on the rooftop, but one of these invaders who look kind of Mongol-like, you know, sees me and comes up and busts into that room. So all of us eventually end up in a ground-room floor.

And when the invaders come in and surround us, initially we start moving around the room as though we’re harmless. You know, I have a fan and I might use that fan to just fan myself, or dance, or twirl, but in a way, on another level, we’re kind of consolidating ourselves all together, and we’re drawing all the invaders into one room, and giving them a chance to see if they will just back off.

But, you know, they just think they’ve kind of got an easy slaughter here now. So when we see that they haven’t changed their minds we lock the doors of the room, and then we kind of bring out our magic, like what was my fan becomes like a fan with swords on it. And then we proceed to really fight where we had just been dancing around before, you know, to use our magic, then, as well as our fighting ability.

John: So what you’re describing is kind of a whiplash scenario. How you develop a whiplash scenario is if you’re contending with energetics, in terms of inner and outer, and outer and inner, in which there’s kind of a battle between those forces, in which there has been the contractive forces that seem to dominate in the big picture of things.

It seems, however, that you have been observing how to go and contend with this in kind of a simpler way inside of yourself. That’s what I mean by a whiplash scenario, in that you go up to a particular point, then you fall back. And so, initially, it’s like you can expand, and then contract back, then expand even more and then contract even more, things like that, until you can finally break the bubble of the effect.

So, in the first aspect of the dream, you have the part, the little girl, that is something that can open up in a particular way. And that opening up is contradictory to the environmental influence that is upon her, that’s placed upon her. And so you’re working more naturally because you’re working with the feminine principle and with a daughter. You’re working with something that runs almost counter then, to a misguided, or misaligned masculine aspect of the father of this girl, as the dream portrays, that has other ideas in how it is that she’s to be brought up.

So, as that opens up, what that opens up to is that then causes you to confront something even bigger in the collective. When you confront that even bigger in the collective, those domineering forces come out at you in a way that are inclined to try to crush you back even further.

In other words, the initial scenario you kind of energetically zip through, so now you’re hit with a bigger kahuna to kind of try to push you back again. And this time when you’re pushed back into the room, or the inside of yourself, something has taken place in which because there’s a connectivity of things something has taken place in which the guy, the father, has seen something, has got something, has recognized something. Apparently he’s come to appreciate something in terms of how he has observed the daughter, or however you’d say that, because he is no longer opposing you.

And so that gives you an infusion of energy, as a base, that was needed. You know, in other words, you can’t operate in a vacuum or otherwise you’re just whiplashing back and forth. So then when the intruders come into the building, the hope is that they will see, or recognize, or get it in terms of the quality of the energetic being in a state of submissive innocence. Total innocence is total power.

Total innocence creates the mirroring by which something that is out of balance in a denseness is able to see it. It actually absorbs that which is out of balance. It won’t absorb it if it’s all reactive, but it will absorb it if one goes into a certain depth, or heart, of themselves, and is able to hold a quietness, or an innocence. And so that’s what you do, and then that enables you, then, as that other gets weakened, then to rise up and effectuate a change.

So, the schematic of the dreaming, is inner into outer, except what you did is you made a little bit of a battleground out of it all. In other words, first of all you had a part of yourself make a transitioning. In other words, it was the part of yourself in the first dream in which you were looking to expect to see something that would be sitting in a reflective zone, and it was no longer in the reflective zone. It had recognized something and had moved on, and had reached a deeper state – in terms of having realized something more than just the outer. It also had married, or found the inner.

And that is repeated, in the second dream, with regards to the daughter and the father. The father then makes the transition to where he is no longer an obstacle, or a force, that counters something. He becomes somehow, where he had been devil advocating what was happening and questioning and challenging it and being resistant, he becomes something that supports it.

Now, in both dreams, it’s not apparent that he supports it overtly, but he supports it energetically. And in the first dream this is a matter of opening something up as a portrayal of inner into the outer. In the second dream the opening up is by way of the letting go again; and what are you letting go? You’re letting go of the sense identification that is normally associated with reacting to things as they happen in the outer.

And when you react to things that happen in the outer, you empower the outer and you weaken yourself. And when you do that, you get personal, and you shrink. But what you did in the second dream is you didn’t empower the outer, you went innocent, subjective in your nature, so that you didn’t portend any barriers for that which is a misaligned and overly-directed force of outer mannerism. You pulled the plug so that you weren’t conducive to that outer mannerism. In other words, you weren’t letting that outer mannerism dominate, and throw you around, and cause you to react and, as a consequence, you disempowered that as that kind of illusion from working.

So the magic that you did was actually the real use of energy, and not the wrongful use of energy that occurs when what is purported is reflection. In other words, the personal, the degree to which one reacts in a personal way, is a reaction that involves the use of the outer senses in a personal way. And you have to transcend the outer senses, or the noodling around in the outer, which leads to those defense mechanisms, and adhere to something of an inner depth. When you adhere to something as an inner depth that’s the natural transformation, that’s the way that things actually naturally always work.

And I suppose, to the outer, that is used to gauging everything based upon reflection, that would appear to be magic. But the idea of magic would be the goofy concocted notion that you can actually take a reflection of something and make it dance into something that is real. It never has. It’s not an outer speaking to the inner. It’s an inner coming through and flowing through the outer, and the outer always responds reflectively.

And that a human being gets lost in the outer because they relate to the outer through their five senses – as opposed to a type of depth inside of themselves that can come to know the inner flow – because it’s that inner flow that is what is real. And because you identify with that inner, which is real, and are able to absorb, or absolve, or diminish the effect of the outer projection as it comes to try to usurp the inner.

If the outer comes and it dominates in terms of its appearance, and its ways, and its mannerisms, it will dominate only because you give it credence by acting reflectively, and defensively, and in a personal motif; that is what perpetuates the illusion. But when you are subjective and know how to hold the space of an overallness, in terms of a vibration that is coming through life in a destined, or preordained, way, and that it’s not of a reflective collective conditioning of the senses, when you relate to that, that, then supplants or shifts you outside of the realm of a limited, personal, physical existence.

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DreationExperiencing the feeling of being chased by the Mob in a dream is definitely an image that is a huge relief to wake up from. And sometimes, facing what is repressed in us, or letting go of defense mechanisms that we have relied on for our whole lives, can seem to us to be just that dire a situation – a kind of death, actually – and such inner processes can feel that intense to us. But the pain we feel is our resistance. The freedom we gain if we succeed in letting go will feel even better. (At the end of this post there are instructions and a link to download this recording to your computer.)

Jeane: I just remember two short vignettes in terms of my dreams last night. In the first vignette I’m a man, young man, and it’s like I’ve found out that I’ve done something that’s offended a mob boss – who’s after me. So in that dream I’m kind of on the run from the mob boss. That’s all I remember of that.

John: A little bit of the theme of the dreaming had to do with an energetic that involves an opening up to it in order to catch up with something that’s a little amnesic to one’s usual senses in terms of seeing things.

In other words, you’re used to seeing things in terms of an outer motif, and one of the themes of the dream, an aspect or theme of the dream, was to be able to denote, from some way inside of yourself, something that is opening up, that can be seen on the inner but not necessarily the outer.

And so how do you say what it looks like in the outer when you can only see it on the inner? That is the twist that I was thrown. You were thrown the twist of something hitting you on the inner that you weren’t quite ready for on the inner.

Something hit you on the inner. You haven’t described what it is. Something hit you on the inner. It was a bit more than what you’re used to assimilating, or in other words taking in naturally, and so it set in motion, it released pent up energy that needed to proceed or to flow from within.

In other words, there’s such a thing as a quality of an openness that if it reaches a particular stage, or a point, it sets in motion something behind it that then comes rushing out. Now great care is taken that whatever it is that comes rushing out is not something that’s too difficult for a person to assimilate – or at least that’s supposed to be the care that a teacher exudes over a student.

Because if you naturally, or over-the-toppish, stir the Kundalini energy in a way so that it cannot be assimilated, or it creates too much havoc in the person, what happens is it can set them back. You know, there’s instances where it can knock them off their rocker, it can make them insane, maybe more than temporary.

Well, in your particular case, your image, the fact that you’ve upset something, caused a mob boss to come after you, or a sense of that, what you’re describing is that you have unleashed what is normally a pent up quality that you normally don’t face or address because, for whatever reasons, you have your defense mechanisms that have caused it to stay repressed. But you’ve done something and, because the theme of the dreaming had to do with looking and seeing something, I’m inferring that you did something even though you don’t recall what it is that you looked and you saw.

You did something to open up in a particular way, and by opening up in that particular way you created a kind of collateral damage in that this, which is normally something that you keep repressed, and suppressed, and hidden has come out. And so that energetic is something that you have to contend with. And so, because it is something that is a bit unfamiliar to you because you’ve kept it repressed for so long, then it creates this kind of convoluted inflection. Do you see how that is?

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CriWe have seen chase dreams with narrow escapes, and images where everything is coming together just as needed. So, if we are all the characters in our dreams, what do those two opposite experiences say about us? That we’re complicated, and that we have many pieces that really just want to be part of one thing. Yet to get there, we sometimes have to chase and catch, we sometimes have to woo, we sometimes have to invite in politely. In other words, some parts of us are more wounded or wary than others, and bringing them in from their separate or alienated state is something our dreams are trying to help us do. (At the end of this post there are instructions and a link to download this recording to your computer.)

Jeane: So, as the dream continues, I go to a counseling office where I’m starting work and the clients I have scheduled, at a certain time, don’t show up – and I’m somewhat concerned. One of them does phone, I think it’s a very brief phone call, or maybe there was just a message left, because I can tell that it’s not just one man but it’s two, that they’ve been traumatized maybe by war, and they drink, or do something. And I do want to get them into the office to be seen, but they’re very suspicious of coming into any agency, or working with anyone. I can’t even get the one to talk to me.

And I’m kind of pondering all that because I was working in the office and doing paperwork, but it feels like I don’t really see any clients that day and I’d had them scheduled, but they didn’t show up.

So I leave there and I go somewhere else, and when I’m at this other building one of the two of them shows up. The other one I feel like is out in the hallway somewhere, and I’m able to have a bit of a dialogue with him and set it up so they will come in. And I want him to bring his friend in for regular counseling, but I’m also explaining that if they come to counseling they have to come to counseling sober, you know at least for that time, because otherwise it’s like if you’re drinking you just retain what you learned when you’re drinking. You’d forget it when you got sober.

I’m trying to explain a little bit to them. and I’m trying to get him to get his friend through his paranoia about coming in to any room, or any agency, and getting it set up for them to come in. And I know that in some ways when they do come in they’d want to overwhelm you with how long they’d want to be there, and so I’m also trying to set some limits that there’s only so much you can take in at one time, you know, that we would have to have time limited appointments. It just feels like I’m trying to explain to them how that works.

John: So you’re describing the process in which you come to understand that there is a means of moving around, this moving around – which is really inside of yourself, but you see it as over a distance and such – upon which you can come to catch up with a deeper aspect, or essence, of what is real, or what the realness is.

And you tend to be inclined to viewing it as something that you access, or aspire to accessing, as opposed to it just being naturally there inside of yourself to be reached, or discovered, or unveiled, or unfrozen, or whatever the capacity is that one does, to justify sitting in an amnesia.

You then progress this to the point where you’re looking at parts of yourself that you need to somehow cater to, that you need to somehow or another assist or to help, that you need to somehow or another embrace. That it’s not sufficient that you take and have a depth that you can reach, or find, inside of yourself – it is meaningless unless it is something that can go and touch, and reach, all parts of yourself that are still astray.

And, of course, these are parts of yourself that you see need to take a step forward: that they need to show up for guidance, for counseling, for help. But then you come to realize that these parts of yourself that don’t show up, to the degree to which you’re not taking and closing the gap, that it’s not that easy, that you have to proceed to that, you have to go out of your way to touch that, to find that, and that when you do you’re bringing something together at the same time. That’s why it’s said that a teacher finds the student and, of course, this applies on a lot of levels.

Well, in your dream, that is kind of what you’re doing when you take and realize that you can get off of a certain pedestal and go and find, seek out, reach out to the parts of yourself that aren’t showing up. In other words, yes, you can take a position where you can expect it to come, but that doesn’t always work in that there are times when you have to reach out in order to touch something. And that’s why it is said that, it may look different, but the teacher being a proper teacher is actually selecting or going to the student. You know, it’s not that the student is clamoring to the teacher. That’s an illusion. It’s the teacher that’s making the accommodations always for the student.

That principle, if you were to sum it up in a word, for it to be effective it has to be invisible, or otherwise the student might get to thinking that there is something going on that’s important in terms of themselves, or something, and go off into a head trip or something on a spiral. So the teacher is most effective if they follow the principle; in other words, having the means and the ability to love without leaving traces. And that’s half of it. The other half, of course, which applies in a different way, is to fly without leaving a shadow.

So your dream, when you put that whole thing together, shows that you’re meant to have a means to connect to something deep, deep, deep inside and you just need to come to know that that is a wholeness that comes from you, you don’t go seeking it out somewhere. And when you catch up with that, recognized that way, then you exude it into the environment. You don’t expect the environment to change to your predilection. You exude it into however and wherever you put your attention.

It’s kind of like your pleasure to do that because you found it in the whole. You realize that it’s all the whole, and you realize that there isn’t two things going on, so you touch in that fashion, naturally, which is the principle of loving without leaving traces, flying without leaving a shadow, a shadow of some separation or something being kind of the motif behind it all. It’s not that behind it all. There are no shadows. It is just one thing, and one thing only, having a relationship with itself.

And so you took and you went from a kind of overtness, a kind of separation, or distinction, where something is expected to come just because you are still somewhat linked to the idea that you have to go somewhere in order to learn something. Therefore if you’re counseling that something has to come to you – instead of realizing that you are able to do this constantly, as opposed to conditionally.

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