posted on Jan, 6 2010 @ 03:10 PM
How can there be physical proof of a spiritual event? Can any of you, just 1 single person, give me physical evidence that we dream? Scientific
Of course, it's very easy to take the standpoint of "Well, it's not happening to me, therefore I don't believe it's happening to anyone". It's
also very understandable. To use the dream analogy again, if I had never had a dream and heard a few people discussing their dreams, I would in all
likelihood conclude that they were making stuff up to try to make themselves sound special.
We are talking about an experiential thing. It cannot be sliced, diced, analysed or put onto a slide, it has to be experienced. If you've
experienced it, you know it's real, if you haven't, you'll not be able to grasp it. It's like falling in love, to use the tired old cliche. Or,
it's like a drug. If you've never taken, for example, ecstacy/mdma, you'll have your own opinion about it, one way or another, but you'll really
not know what the fuss is about and you're probably not really sure why there's all the excitement about it. But take it once, just once, and
you'll know what the fuss is about and your opinion on it will suddenly move out of the realm of conjecture and into experience. At that point, for
the first time, you understand what it's about, how it feels, the good points, the bad points, all of it. But before you took that first pill,
there's not a person on the planet who could have explained to you or given you any idea what it's like to take ecstasy.
I believe we are seeing a spiritual event that crosses all social classes, geographical location, financial status, etc. I don't believe it matters
what your background is, what your skin colour is, what your gender is, what your sexuality is, this event is affecting people from all walks of life,
and it's doing it in a consistent manner. Why do I believe this? Because I experienced a series of events that I had never encountered before, I
had never heard anyone discuss before, and then, after I'd experienced them, I read other people's accounts, and discovered also that some of my
friends in the "real world" had experienced those same things, in the same way, and they were using the same kinds of words to describe their
If it had worked the other way around, if I'd read other people's experiences and then suddenly had the same experience, I'd be highly dubious
about it and would probably label it as a psychosomatic response - Monkey See, Monkey Do. But no, other people, some related to me but most
completely unrelated in every way, have been going through the same process I've been going through. And being able to get that information, having
access to other people's accounts of their own experience has pushed me on further, still keeping the same methodology - only search for what I've
already experienced, and never jump ahead to try to find out what's next.
I've not really shared this with many people, but I have hinted about it on other threads (if there's anyone who actually recognises me from other
threads!), but I believe that I have experienced the Akashic Record. I'm still very hit and miss about it, because it requires a high degree of
passivity, but slowly, I'm finding myself able to ask for instructions on how to perform a task I've never done before, and before I know it, and
without even really being terribly aware of why I'm doing something a particular way, the job's done. It's like in the Matrix, when Trinity asks
for a skill download to fly a helicopter. Ask, and ye shall recieve, knock and the door shall be opened unto you, seek and ye shall find.