posted on May, 15 2005 @ 01:52 AM
I have a rather short, question reguarding a occurance which happens every time I meditate for longer than 15 minutes. It really creeps me out because
the feeling is so real. I'll include a brief description of the usual first 15 minutes, in case that might have any effect.
To start, I can do this best while lying down in bed. I focus on just staying still, resisting the urge to scratch and move while my mind wanders
where ever it pleases. At some point, my body goes from having to be forced not to move, to not wanting to move, then to not being able to feel any
part of my body. I suppose this all takes place within 10 minutes. Once at this state, then I begin to focus my mind, thus beginning my meditation.
After five minutes of doing this, I get this incredably palpable feeling of regression. This is the best way I can describe it: Picture yourself lying
on your back in a black void. Suddenly, the floor your back is on gives away and you softly drop a foot, then come to a rather abrupt, soft stop, then
drop another foot and stop again. This seems to happen about twice a second. I also get the feeling that as i'm progressing backwards, i'm leaving
trails of faint blue in my wake. This goes on
I am certain that this is not caused by falling asleep. So what is this then? I've been too creeped out to try and see what happens once I reach the
bottom (if there is a bottom).
Whatever news anyone could furish would be of great help. If anyone has any questions or wants some clarification (if I wasn't clear), then ask away.