I and We Relationships

I woke up about 3am this morning in a lucid type of dream in which I was being shown, or taught, the difference between “I” and “We” relationships.

“I” relationships tend to be competitive, with. each person dedicated to their own journey.

“We” relationships are inclusive, both parties wanting the interaction of the other.

If an “I” person is in a relationship with a “We” person, the “We” person will expect a relationship, will feel responsible for all aspects because the “I” person sees it differently, they need more separation.

If I say I am a democrat, I separate myself from republicans. If I say I am an American I am more inclusive.

My journey in this dream was about my relationship with Earth/Gaia. How do I as a human let go of that “I” to become a “We” with Earth/Gaia? I saw an imprinted superiority of “I” as human (or maybe as a white person) that would have to be shed.

I have in the last couple years begun asking questions and listening to trees.  They tell me what they want to be called. It has been up to me to ask questions, but they do answer them. So far they have not asked me anything or I haven’t chosen to hear.

I’ve been noticing how much my little Chihuahua,  Sammy tries to converse with me but I speak English and he speaks dog. His tail is part of his communicating process. He gets so excited when I finally get what he’s been trying to tell me!

I walked Sammy, this morning and stopped to talk to a favorite tree, who wants to be called Rosa. I asked Rosa what it was like to have me ask questions and listen to her answers. She said it was the difference between being observed and being SEEN.

I sense my next step is being willing and open to be seen by Earth/Gaia. I can feel   “I”  needs to be let go of to experience a new “We”.

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