reply to post by Hunab Ku
It sounds like you had some amazing experiences that have me aching to have been there.
One word of note however is that you mention powerful meditation and I would not be doing you any favours if I did not mention that such powerful and
successful meditations can leave you with a deeper insight into things. No doubt you know this so I am just saying so as to get that out of the way
and not to be annoyingly arrogant.
From your account and others it could be easy to suppose that everything in the here and now has changed or is changing. The only thing that is
changing I would think would be the way you are thinking about things as adding more to something changes something and the great thing about powerful
meditations as you say is that such practices have the capacity to change everything – from the perspective of the meditator.
However flipping the coin I have to say that I have also noticed a change in the air but I have put this down to me and not the environment around me
that is changing. I think that my own period of meditations have allowed me to realise that there is much more then just what we think is around us
and what we cannot see is just as integral to our lives as what we can see.
The change if it is true (I personally think that it might be), is it positive or negative in the overall and are the UFO’s you saw machines or
something more esoteric? I am not religious at all but I have, to my utter confusion experienced some things that have lead me to believe that what
people were burned for hundreds of years ago was a tragedy. I believe that a mistake was made in regarding many mysteries in the word as plain
negative occult practices and thus many lives were needlessly wasted.
It is also very interesting that you mention “putting out the call” as something I have felt is similar to this and found me thinking long and
hard about some of what I have noticed when meditating.
“Heed a/the call?”
“You/I am the herald?”
Have you felt a longing for something so powerful that you feel like you could wither, die and you would not mind just as long as you could keep on
feeling this ache and reach its source?
It is a deep yearning for something that has one twisting and turning trying to understand what and where it is coming from, a dull ache that lives
deep within the chest. It is rare but very familiar, nostalgic and comforting like a really nice feeling so powerful and pervasive that it stops you
in your tracks. In a way it is like stepping off a rollercoaster for a moment, has you staring into space as you try vainly to decipher it but for all
that it is in vain as there are no familiar points of reference, just something so outside the norm and certainly not explainable with this clunky
In my whole life I could count on one hand how many times I have experienced this awesomely nice feeling of nostalgia, a feeling of great times that
are long since gone. Since the latest UFO encounter I had on the 7th of last month (with three other witnesses) I have felt the very same sense of
longing three times in about as many days after the sighting. My eldest moved out soon afterwards as she has never wanted to believe in this stuff,
she is a typical party girl in love with love and the gadget world, you know - typical things 20 year olds are into.
Strange then that a few nights ago she sent me a text telling me very excitedly that she and her boyfriend had seen “it” again and as I reassured
her to calm down she asked me quite pointedly if I knew what it all meant (I don’t). I had gone a little weird you see on the 7th as we watched the
UFO pass over us and stop.
She says I gibbered strangely and asked if they could feel the love as I smiled and waved - so yeah to say she is freaked out and well outside her
comfort zone is a huge understatement. I even felt guilty in a way afterwards to see the confusion on her face and I indicated that perhaps it had
been a plane we had seen?
Her response was an insulted, “Dad that thing was not human!”
Anyway, Thanks for posting, I must now go and cancel the room in the mental hospital because it looks like I am not the only one to be feeling
something is up and that perhaps something unexpected/amazing is going to happen?
Before anyone says I should go and see a Doctor - My doctor admitted to me that he has seen UFO's when up in the far north of Scotland and he
pretends he never saw them, heh.
*Edit to add*
A friend of mine a Psychologist who also happens to be a member of the Astronomical Society of Edinburgh calls these things "celestial events" (?).
I thought that strange at first until I remembered that she has a faith so no it is not just wackos like me who have seen oddities up there.
[edit on 4-6-2010 by SmokeJaguar67]