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jyotiranga-lingasIt is always a popular question, in trying to understand dreams, as to why we dream about certain people we know, whether family or friends, or even famous people. As a general rule, these people represent, for us, some aspect of ourselves or what we are going through. As we see in this dream, there is the sister as well as a great niece (who is pregnant), and that further distance removed of the great niece speaks of something new arising from a deeper place within; we see that a connection is trying to be made. (At the end of this post there are instructions and a link to download this recording to your computer.)

Jeane: There was a little dream maybe right before this, too, where I was going into a building that had a restaurant in the basement. I leave wherever I am to go down to that restaurant because I realize that my great niece, who’s pregnant, she’s going to meet me. And she has a young man with her, and she’s going to give birth any day, but she had come out. She wanted to get together with me.

And I think she went to the restaurant a little ahead of me and then she’s sitting at a table, and I go in and I’ve ordered something, but the restaurant’s not quite open. Somebody’s going to get something for me, but they must have forgotten or something because it doesn’t come, the food doesn’t come.

And I have to go find her, yet, so I go into the kitchen, but I know I’m not really supposed to be in that area. They’re all working; then I go back to where I think like I was before when they took an order and there’s a line up now. And then I go to another room and there’s more of a line up, so I decide I have to forget about the food and just try to find her.

But by now I can’t find her, and I go outside and I do run into some people from my sister’s high school class, and they’re talking about somebody in that class. I don’t know what’s happened. Something’s happened to them. And that was just a little dream that I had that I think came before the first dream.

John: So it looks like a bit of a yo-yo process in that you use something even deeper, or further removed, which is your great niece, who is bringing forth something into life. In other words, there’s an aliveness trying to wake up.

And then you use your sister, and her aspect of you, as something that is more in the outer now, because your great niece is further removed. It’s a deeper depth quality. You know, it’s a great niece, as opposed to a sister, and so the things that are you, that are what you have to recognize, and realize, and open up to at a deeper depth, or further removed, in a great niece, and yet at the same time they can be blurred by things that are more in the present which is the events that surround your sister.

Isn’t that interesting how you would do that? But you’ve got to also realize you’ve got to keep this into context with the other dream that you had, which is the dream in which you could take this image and flip it a little bit, and so then the value of what is brought into life, as exemplified symbolically by your great niece being pregnant, has a similitude to the things that you are packaging around the campfire to hand out.

And the aspect is something that is cluttering that, or clouding that, or blurring that, which is what’s going on with your sister, is similar to the reaction of that which is haunting you, and chasing after you, in an attempt to obliterate what you have connected to, or to stop that.

And the lines that you see on this pathway that you’re on, the yellow line could represent the Naqshbandi. And the reason why I said that there’s probably an orange line there is it would represent a little of the Chisti involvement. And they both work with an aspect of the breath in terms of trying to open something up, with the breaths being accentuated in opposite capacities between the Naqshbandi and the Chisti. And so that’s just kind of how that is.

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parablesA young life in a dream, whether at any age of childhood or still in the womb, can be a representation of an emerging energetic in the dreamer’s life. And like any form of life that is too young to fend for itself, it needs the attention and care of an elder to help it grow bigger and stronger – until it can manage by itself. That is very much the nature, too, of spiritual connections we make as we proceed: we need to be protective when they are new and fragile so they can become a part of our life. (At the end of this post there are instructions and a link to download this recording to your computer.)

Jeane: So, in the second dream, it’s like I’m a woman who seems to help care for some teenagers, but I’m also kind of an observer. And I notice that one of the teenage boys has gotten a girl pregnant, and it feels like it was a very casual contact and she’s really too young when she’s had the baby.

So I’m observing them to see what’s going to happen, and then I realize that she realizes she really is not ready to take care of the baby. And so then I’m curious about whether he, because he’s a little more mature, and maybe now he’s met another girl that’s more mature, if they’ll take in the baby or if they’ve given the up for adoption. And the question really isn’t answered for me. It’s just the question that I have.

John: So the nature of the dreaming, the nature of the theme last night, was first one direction and then 180-degrees in the opposite direction.

So the first direction you’re in is, you find yourself kind of oppressed in a way because of you not being able to fully accept yourself as being in a completeness and essence in which there is nothing going on, that there isn’t something held off to one side for the benefit of another, or some sort of peculiar dance like that. It is all one and the same.

In the second dream, what happens is it’s all provided, but it’s provided in such abundance, and before some sort of fullness is possible in terms of knowing how to care for what is provided; when it is like that, you can’t deal with it, either.

So it’s as if, you know, your dream is actually using a context in which there is a gap, or a distance, that’s having to aspire and reach to something that is like a longing, and if longing was all there was to the issue, in other words, if longing was all there was that could carry you to a particular point, that being in the out-breath, the interval of the out-breath, then home and where you would need to go would be to the interval of the in-breath.

But at the level of the in-breath, everything is provided to you. And it is in this direction, when everything is provided to you, is something that you can’t accept either. First it’s something you can’t reach, and then it’s something that you can’t accept. What a horrible condition.

In the physical you’re inclined to think that there is something that has to be attained, whether you like it or not, you have to attain it. And, of course, attaining of that is one particular thing that’s at the essence of all that there is, and that you get to that and it is who you are. You are that oneness.

But what if, instead of you having to struggle to get to the oneness, what if it was all provided? What if everything that there is, as the lap of luxury of what life is about, in other words, creation has this means of life and that you are at the epicenter to which everything is at your disposal? You can’t accept it either, because that isn’t how it works either.

In other words, there’s nothing there that can make this… there’s no Rubik’s Cube combination that works. That’s why you have the idea in Christian mysticism that a person doesn’t want the joy of love because they don’t know how to handle that, because that’s a realization that all the treasures of the world get you nowhere as well, even if they’re there at your ready disposal.

And neither does the illusion of the pain of love gets you there either. These are modalities. So, indirectly, the theme of the dreaming is to be able to flip it one way, and flip it the other way, and realize that you have to let go of both.

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What does it mean to get pregnant or to give birth in a dream? If we remember that we are all the characters in our dreams, we can see in this example how the dynamic works. Our main character meets a woman who is not ready to give birth, which means that an energy in the dreamer is not ready to emerge. But that creates a chase scene because that energy wants to emerge, and the feeling of being haunted represents the inner fears or resistance to the energetic shift. (At the end of this post there are instructions and a link to download this recording to your computer.)

Jeane: In the first dream, it’s like I’ve driven somewhere and parked my car a distance away, in a building actually, and I’ve gone to this other building. And this building seems very complex. It’s kind of on one level, and there are little areas where there are people, but it almost feels more industrial or something.

And Rab’s there and he’s taken me down to this one kind of area where a woman is occupying it, and it’s almost like a little open cubical in an industrial area. I mean, I don’t know quite how to describe it. It’s not like there are actually rooms like office rooms like you’re used to. It’s more a building that has kind of little open structures. Maybe that structure’s just supported by some beams in a floor and then an area that you sit. I mean it’s open in a way.

He’s taken me over to this woman because this woman apparently is the ideal woman to have babies with. She’s very bright, and she’s kind of different, and if she ever decides to she can really have brilliant babies. But we go over there and she doesn’t want to have a baby right now, but I do make some kind of a connection with her.

And then I’m kind of going about and looking in the building again, and then I realize I need to leave and I also realize that now I’m being hunted. And I have my purse and my money, everything’s in my car, and I know that the area that my car is in, if I go back to my car, I’ll be captured. So I have to figure out how not to get captured at this point.

So I go back and I find the woman, and she and another woman have a little van they’re going to be driving away in. And I still feel like maybe at some point in the future she could be convinced to change her mind and have a baby, so I want to stay with them, even though it’s kind of hard to just let go of everything. But I also still have to get past whoever might be looking for me.

So when I get in the van with them, like first I go to one area and then I realize it just has kind of like this little green scarf across it. I’m not sure it would really hide me if we have to drive by whosever’s looking out for me, who’s maybe watching my car. I have to find maybe another area where I can slide down even further in the vehicle so that I won’t be seen. I’m still not quite sure it will work, but that’s kind of how I’ve decided to try it. Anyway, that was that whole dream.

John: What you’re doing is, to begin with you’re kind of shown how it is that life is kind of somewhat put together as an experience. In other words, you’re going behind the scene, so to speak, as if you’re able to read the energy lines and the structure of a setting, the setting being creation.

And then you’re shown that once you have recognized the fabric behind it all, that this then as an alignment having come into place enables you to be at a point where you can bring forth, you can birth, what is necessary and needed to effectuate meaningful transformation, and change, and variability in creation.

Well, you’re amazed by that, but you aren’t quite fully there yet. You still seem to have to go through the school of hard knocks about things, in that you still have to contend with things that bug you, or bother you, and thus you still are haunted by something as if it can actually catch up with you, or in some way effect you.

Even though you’re getting closer to recognizing the importance of that quality that can have an effect in life, in which the newness, and the freshness, and the realness, and the aliveness can be birthed, and that it can be brought forth through you. And it comes across perfectly, wonderfully.

You see this more as a symbolic in your dream contrast and don’t acknowledge it because, at the same time, you are still feeling the vibratory peculiarities that can throw you around, and get you into this way, or that way, in terms of how you’re feeling about yourself and about the way you identify with the outer. And thus you still then have to contend with, and this is a type of awkwardness, a type of suffering, a type of lack of freedom in that that then becomes imaged as if something is trying to always haunt you. Isn’t that an interesting dream?

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