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Dixon, Jeane - 'My cup runneth over'



Type of Spiritual Experience


Jeane's prophecies were always received in the form of visions, here she describes what it is like to have such a vision and also the difference between crystal ball gazing [which is a mechanism] and pure vision.  Crystal ball gazing uses suppression of learning.

A description of the experience

Ruth Montgomery – A Gift of Prophecy
This is a quote from Jeane herself

As a small child, seeing visions which were nor apparent to others, I described them to Mother Koosey, our German nursemaid. She would do her best to explain their meaning.

A Catholic priest added another dimension, saying that whenever I saw purple and gold in visions I was tapping a highly spiritual realm. Visions are as different from the pictures in my crystal ball as day and night. When a vision begins to form everything changes, including the air around me. I seem no longer to be in the same atmosphere. I feel a peacefulness and a love that are indescribable. I stand alone, and nothing worldly can touch me. I feel that I am looking down from a higher plane and wondering why others cannot see what I am seeing.

Unlike the pictures in the crystal ball, a vision is complete. The timing is right, for I have usually been prepared for it three days in advance. Occasionally I misinterpret the symbols in my crystal ball, but I rarely misinterpret a vision.

Studying the crystal ball in order to find the answers that I seek for others draws a great deal of strength from me.  Afterwards I often feel debilitated. It is never like this with a vision. A vision fills you! I can only describe it by saying, 'My cup runneth over.' During this experience I'm so filled with the glory of God that I want to give everything to everyone'

I feel that I will never be tired again, because I'm so full of strength. At such a time I feel that there is nothing in this world that I will ever want for myself.

Once you have had a vision like that nothing in this world can awe you. You feel that at last you understand the word 'love.' .... You yearn to develop the talent that He has assigned you; to do His work on this earth. This doesn't mean that you are necessarily to go out and preach, but rather that you are to develop the special talents that He gave you. When you do that simple thing, you are thereafter filled with love. You do it automatically, and you want everyone else to experience this love you have felt.

The source of the experience

Dixon, Jeane

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