Discussion in 'General Experiences' started by Bee, Feb 3, 2016.
What's a memory wipe?
So very true. Might sound a bit weird to some, but I'm glad I've had the rough experiences too. As I've heard so many times from others one of our purposes is to experience contrasts.
Can't agree more. You'd have thought of there'd be some kind of provision for those who'd like to remember more, without having to fight for every memory?
I think that every time I can't find my glasses
I always say the reason we came here to this realm was to experience. The good, bad and ugly are all experiences. It's just most of our profound teachings and learnings come through the "bad and ugly". We mostly take advantage and many times overlook the good!
I have had weeks on end of living in a parallel dimension there during my LDs. It got so bad at times that when I awoke here, I had to test where I was. Something like that could be catastrophic to someone that is completely "physically" focused on this realm alone. It would definitely be a great "wake up" call to them though!
Never encountered it...
Just some subjective stuff the last few days.
Helping a friend, from a long time ago move house. I didn't think a lot of her neighbors . But the views from her house were beautifully pastoral.
Last night had me taking my inlaws on a visit to a big city. No surprise that my lucidity was low and I got all uppity about not finding my wheels again.
What is it with hospitals and me at the moment?
Back again last night, this time I saw a specialist. The odd thing was I had an almost 3rd person view of what was my body. It had been "opened" up, there was a metal rod running down the length of my left leg. While I was looking inside I could see some large lumps of what looked like lard, so I scooped them out.
(I mean! I'm not fat for goodness sake!).
Consultation over I headed upstairs as I was going to have surgery. As I Got to the top of the stairs I could hear my name called out. I dashed around the corner to find a nurse in uniform, with a clipboard. I apologised to her as I was having a conversation with the consultant. I had to join a que of people waiting, the nurse put me third in the line, whereas the overhead had me in second place?? Curiously, as far as I could make out almost all the people waiting were women.
Sounds like some self healing going on to me Bee. You don't have to be fat to have fatty deposits or calcium deposits built up in your body. Funny to think about, but if you did self heal a health issue you were not even aware of how will you ever know? Then again if you ever have any issues with your leg you just might be able to tell the doctor what the issue is.
It may have been a bit of prelude to having an MRI scan yesterday, that was a curious experience...But the waiting in the que was the part that piqued my interest.
Interestingly there was very little fat to be seen in the slice I saw on the screen. I wasn't allowed to see any more than that, for some reason?
Your post is at 5:55
Sorry to bother you with my games of numbers, it’s important to acknowledge them if you want it to flow
I think it’s a nice one the 5:55 related to major changes and increasing abilities. That sure sounds Good IMHO.
Had an interesting session, could have been the longest period of lucidity to date. I got kicked back to the physical after falling down a trap door, inside a house.
I'd been visiting a hospital again, had left my phone at a reception desk, had walked downstairs to a plaza like entrance. As I was walking away from the building i remembered forgetting the phone, that'd irked me enough to enable mental faculties which made me realise where I was. So after some frantic hand clapping...there I was, fully awake in this new environment. I'm not sure as to whether it was a simulation, or the wider np, but I was aware that I had a task to do. Burglary might have been an overall description, but it wasn't for anything you might consider valuable. The last 'task', if you like' was to remove a coat hanger from a woman's house. But unfortunately she was in the room, so tried to make a stealthy exit. I wasn't really watching my footing as I passed through a doorway and almost immediately started to fall...and made an immediate return to the physical. Most of the details are pretty vague now as it was 4am, didn't write any of the keywords down. But I was lucid for what must have been a good couple of hours.
Oh...and I got given another bunch of key.
I have had some very cool, very long LDs as well lately. One of note had me as a student in some program where we were chosen to go to space as a reward. We launched and travelled to a Space port. We then picked up a Astronaut there and left back to Earth again. The thing that really made this scenario so interesting was that we were going to have plummet, in a free fall, for the first part of our descent. Myself and the other students were trying to prepare for that. We were talking about how it would be like the sensation of plummeting like a Rollercoaster ride. The feeling you get in your stomach. Except for this one, there was no quick zip and your down. We were told that we would be plummeting for a good 15 minutes straight. So, I was trying to prepare for that. But when the actual descent occurred, I felt nothing, but I could definitely see we were falling quickly.
I bet that was great fun What you says reminds me something I remember reading...I'm just trying to recall who it was, who wrote it. Kurt Leyland maybe?
He was describing zooming down to earth from high up, he was being given missions to help people, at the end of each attempt he'd zoom back again. It sounded very cool.
It also reminds me a bit of the session I had earlier in the thread, where I had to prep with a bunch of special ops guys. Ah...happy days
It was. Falling at high speed while knowing I was in a Dream was thrilling. I had braced for the actual physical sensation though. I never cared for that "stomach in your throat" kind of feeling.
It sounds like something Kurt would say.
Oh my God. How many times I find myself in some kind of "mission" with Special Ops! I have questioned often why. I have no Military background or training, that I know of. ...and yet I always find myself in these "Mission Impossible" scenarios.
No, I've not been in the military either. But I have met a few in the past, the np guys were very similar. I recognise the energy. They are a curious thing, eh? I just wish we were privy to more of the background info, it'd give a better sense of purpose, eh? Especially what our roll is in what we're doing.
They definitely are. They are mission oriented for sure. Very no-nonsense kind of "beings".
...just add that to the other mountain of questions that we have on NP and reality itself.
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