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Octavia Brooks

Through the arc of a night of dreaming, all the dreams are connected. Sometimes we can even see the progression that has been made, and the evolution that results. Here we have images that utilize the imagery of things, or people, in threes. Yet in a later image, we have the number four, which signals that a completion has been made – just like four seasons make a full cycle, and Earth, Air, Fire, and Water are the four elements of everything. This points out, again, that everything is connected: the universe, the planet, the human, and our dreams – all work under the same unfolding principles. (At the end of this post there are instructions and a link to download this recording to your computer.)

John: So, in the next dream, this time I’m in a hall near the front. And the president, that’s upfront, that I’m able to observe, is a woman president.

And so then there are two people directly to her left, or my right. And I notice that I’m looking at the furthest one, not the one in-between, but the furthest one, who’s fascinating to me in some way because I know that she is more than what she projects. In other words, she’s sitting there, but there is something about her that is held back, or dynamic. In other words, that’s in a quiet repose.

At some point, the president looks over at her, and starts to talk to her, and in talking to her she shifts her position and comes closer to her. And I am able to see that this woman just keeps opening up like I always knew she was able to do, or had in her. I can’t seem to take my eyes off of what I am seeing, as if I can’t get enough of the coming-out connectivity.

And then, at some point, in what is now a kind of glee, she and the woman president hug. And when this happens, the image changes and I see bare feet juggling about up in the air, in place of the woman president and the woman.

Now, incorporating the prior dream, the inner/outer perception encompasses all there is: inner into a one beingness from which there is a rejoicing with glee. Everything is included when there is no time, space, or inner/outer vibratory mannerisms, characteristics, or impressions. Just joy in separation, and bliss in union.

So the sweet pain is a type of joy coming in to life. And the going back union – that’s the bliss. The thing about this dream, now, that you have to denote, is that there were three seats in the back row, in the first one, and there was like three sections I had to walk through to get to the back area.

And in the second dream there was a woman president, and then two others, so that was three. And so then, here comes this dream.

I’m riding in the backseat of a car. And, in this backseat, there are four of us. And, in this case, as the situation and circumstances change, I have to accept wherever I find myself. To begin with, I start next to a window; a window on the right side. When another person is more comfortable being, and is in need of being, next to that window, I sit in the middle. In other words, I don’t think of it one way or another, it’s just what seems to naturally gravitate.

In another image, there’s three of us, and I’m on the far left. But I’m moving to the middle as we pick up our fourth person who gets in next to the window, because, again, that’s what makes sense, and that’s what’s easier to do.

What is important in the dream is I am surrendered to whatever is in flow, or, you might say anywhere on the bus, as the statement goes, or in this dream anywhere in the backseat of a car in terms of how all of it flows.

Now the significance is that this dream is rounding out the letting-go images, as kind of denoted in a certain way in the first and second dream, in that the result is completeness of the letting go into a natural overall stillness. In the first two dreams there was still the observing of the process. So three needed to become four; in the first dream there were three seats in the back row, and three sections in the hall. In the second dream, with the president, there were three in the front, two to the left of her.

Now there are four, the symbol of completeness, as I am okay with being where I am placed, and have reached a point where I have no qualms whatsoever in terms of any way in particular.

And so, in the final dream, in this dream the sensation is that things are going on in life, and I notice the unfoldment. When asked about my opinion, I say I wouldn’t think of imposing my ideas or mannerisms upon the situation.

So the meaning scenario is, I noticed a person yesterday, that I know, making actually interesting observations regarding the outer reflections of things that have a whole lot to do with the way things are in terms of how the collective consciousness of man has evolved, and I noticed that the person was seeking to make choices to contend with the way this is unfolding.

Everything may have made sense when observed in that way, in other words, in terms of the fact that things are falling apart, and that certain inevitabilities seem to be in the offing when looked at in an outer way. But because it is an outer perspective, you can have no letting go, you just have the self-imposed grief.

To be able to be in whatever there is, and be at ease, is what it means to, one, put everything into the heart. And two, be the one beingness.

So what is this really? Well, actually, it’s the higher octave of forgiveness that is not understood or practiced. The reason is because of reacting outwardly, in terms of the collective consciousness, instead of placing everything into the heart to be absorbed. Nobody seems to understand that because they find themselves in this outward sorting out, that just leads to peculiarities in terms of how you are. It does no good quibbling, introducing things in an outer context that have nothing to do with an overall harmony.

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M.C. Escher

It seems that when we become good at certain things in our life, there is a process where we learn, and grow, and practice, and hone. Yet, at the point of mastery, we are still letting go of all that work and just being in the moment of what we are doing. We switch from doing, to being. And in whatever process we can achieve that switch, we will have found a certain mastery of the flow of it. And never is that more true than in our spiritual pursuit, where we won’t find our way through understanding the journey only with our brain, but when we begin to live the process with the whole of ourselves. (At the end of this post there are instructions and a link to download this recording to your computer.)

Jeane: Okay, one dream that I had, that I seem to keep coming back to, it was like I was studying these dots that were in-between two lines, or sometimes they were just out there. But somewhere you knew there were some lines that were boundaries for them.

And what these dots were, and they usually came in pairs, but I’d see at least four of them at a time, is that they would be where you would hook up like a sewer line, or some type of a water line, and they were supposed to be hooked up two at a time.

Well, everybody had their ideas about this, and sometimes people would just hook up to one of them, and they didn’t hook up two at a time. They just didn’t quite hook them up right, and then they’d wait to see how it worked. And I would just keep studying this to see, well, did it work if they tried it that way? Or do you hook up two or more at a time? Or, okay, if we do just go and hook it up the way somebody wants to try, is that going to work, or isn’t it going to work?

And it felt like I would go back and forth studying this and see. Wait, okay, we tried it with just one, is that going to work? As far as I know you’re supposed to do it this other way, the way they’ve already been laid, and I spent a lot of time doing that.

John: The step that one’s being asked to take, at this conference, is to let go of how things work and just go ahead and plug in to a natural flow. That is the way the human condition is able to function in an overallness that’s impossible to sort out. That is so much that it leaves one, by comparison, the condition that one’s in, remains always trying to sort something out, always fumbling about.

And so what you’re doing is you’re taking the principle of an overallness, where you have the energy lines and everything, and you have an ability to catch up with that which is a little more profound than the average person is capable of doing, and you’re able to recognize that there is a way of delving into a flow, or into the depths of that; there is a naturalness there.

And you see the naturalness in composites of four. When in a composite of four, that’s in an ordering in which there is a naturalness, in which you’re able to surrender and flow. But you also note all that’s there, and you can try this way, and that way, the variables, and when you do that you find yourself having to struggle, and contemplate how this can be, and how that can be – which means that you’re making things overly complicated. Because it’s meant to just be a natural flow. When it’s just a natural flow it doesn’t matter what right or wrong is, or anything like that. It’s just a natural flow.

The isolation of things happens when one tries to comprehend how something should be. And you can develop an amazing kind of understanding about it, but that doesn’t necessarily go anywhere, when you can just have the natural flow, if you just surrender to that.

That’s why Lewin is saying that there’s only three things going on: there’s prayer, there’s meditation, and then there is the dhikr, the attention to the name of God, an energized charged condition. And it’s charged by something that’s sourcing from the absolute, or sourcing from the innerness of innerness. In other words, it’s not just a human being anymore.

In other words it’s like, it’s a common misconception, and was kind of thrown out there initially by Lewin, that a teacher is a person just one step further on the path. The path is endless. You just have to flow. You have to let go.

And Lewin is no longer looking at himself as just a mere teacher. He’s actually referring to himself as the guru, and a guru is a very significant term. To be a guru you can’t have the personal intertwinements that could throw something haywire, or off. You have to bring in the full transmission.

And so I’m looking and realizing that, yes, it can be kind of interesting to try to understand why it is that things get pulled and tugged this way, and that way, and there are people here who are overwhelmed by kundalini energy and such, but that’s part of the process, that’s part of the tugging, that’s part of the download that’s happening, and they will sort that out.

There is a greater design towards sorting it out. One can take and look at trying to understand that, just like you can try to look to understand all of the energetic points that lie in between two parallel lines, two Ley lines of life. You can look to try to understand that, but the understanding of that, by going from this, to this, to that, to that, as opposed to holding one’s self in a wholeness, taking each one on as a wholeness, as a greater overallness – and you can do that with the dhikr. You can hold that overallness by a certain quality that you can touch that with, with the dhikr.

But if you lose that vibration, then you can still try to needle along, but you’re going one at a time, two at a time, and you’re messing around in which you are actually tearing yourself up if you attempt to do that – and you’re making this whole thing complicated.

Because what that image is also about is a means of being able to delve in. You have this in-between, and this vacuous space in-between is something you could delve into like water. You can go to the depths of something there, but you’re not going to go to the depths trying to figure it out.

Like the gal I was talking to the other day, wonderful, wonderful person, but is trying to understand the meaning of what it is that she senses in order to find a sense of peacefulness for herself – and you never can find that peacefulness. That kundalini energy that you have will sort itself out, if you surrender. You have to surrender to a naturalness; a naturalness that flows within.

Your human condition works when it works in that capacity. It doesn’t work when it is constantly having to follow a path, or to try to be in a particular way, or to have a grasp of something in a particular light of understanding. Those lights of understanding get in the way of the heart.

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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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