posted on Jul, 17 2010 @ 12:31 AM
I'm gonna suggest that you read up on Carlos Castaneda. Sounds a lot like the symptoms that he suffered when don Juan (the brujo) shifted his
Don't worry, I'll try to explain.
According to the Yaqui sorcerer don Juan Matus, every human being has a certain point at which they physically assemble this reality.
According to the brujo, there are many possible realities, but we as energy beings "assemble" this particular reality and hold it in place
— the spot on our bodies where we physically assemble this world is sort of down around your midsection, a few inches away from your
When the assemblage point shifts, for whatever reason, you get this gut-wrenching sensation, your "stomach sinks," which is a sudden hollow
Whenever this assemblage point is disturbed — whether by fright or a physical trauma — it drifts all over the place for a while, during which time
you can "assemble" other worlds and see otherwise invisible or interdimensional entities and weird stuff.
Unfortunately, when the assemblage point starts drifting, it also leaves you feeling disoriented for a time, aimless, pointless, even hopeless.
That's because you're in-between worlds, so to speak.
Sounds to me like your injury may have shifted your assemblage point, and it's drifting.
The sorcerer would say that this is an excellent opportunity for you to see into other worlds, even though you feel strange. He was always
lecturing Carlos on this, and Carlos was always asking stupid questions like, can't you make it stop?
Don Juan was amazed with Carlos' seeming inability to understand how significant an event this was. I mean, sorcerers practice for years to
voluntarily move their assemblage points and assemble other worlds. But here was Carlos complaining because he felt unfocused and distracted and
Fortunately, I think I remember don Juan's remedies. One remedy was a sharp blow to the back, between the shoulder blades, which kind of abruptly
restored the assemblage point to its proper place on your energy body, right; however, it doesn't sound like you're in any shape for sharp blows.
Another, more sedate remedy was — now listen to this — to take off your shoes, lay down on a firm mattress, face-down, with your feet
hanging off the end of the bed. Place a goosedown pillow on your back, so that it rests on both your shoulder blades. Sleep like that, with your
head turned to the left.
No other bed covers, just the pillow on your back. It will keep your whole body warm.
And keep doing that until you feel more solid and focused. Shouldn't take very long.
— Doc Velocity
[edit on 7/17/2010 by Doc Velocity]