posted on Sep, 3 2010 @ 06:29 PM
reply to post by OptimusPrimate
You say that you are laying down while in meditation. This is not true meditation. The bodies spine must be aligned perpendicular with the earth
in order for a connection to take place. This is not just my opinion, all great master's, yogi's and guru's through out the ages are in agreement
with this. The experience will laying down (however profound to you) is merely a placebo effect of the true experience of meditation. Separation
from one's body and the distractions of the mind are your goal. So give yourself the benefit of siting up while you meditate, all though not as
comfortable, it is the proper way. Try supporting your back against some thing,(couch, wall, ect) and propping up each leg with a small pillow. This
works for me. Remember to get as comfortable as possible.
I have been meditating for just over seventeen months. My experience in the beginning (and even now at times) could become rather strange. Flying
through the air can occurred, astral projection, auras in front of your eyes and yes arousal can happen as well. These are mere distractions of the
true goal, oneness within your heart and all the universe.
Your expressed feelings of energy build up is good, however the cold sores are a concern. My take on it is a imbalance of the emotional and physical
My intuition is telling me that you listen to your music rather loud with a lot of bass. If this is the case you must review this habit, for it is
not conducive to your spiritual well being. It destroys the informational transference within the DNA of your body. It is the spiritual equivalent
to setting yourself on fire. If this is not the case please disregard.
For more information on the subject of meditation I suggest these sites.
I you are drawn to do so, read the book, it is very enlightening.
All though expensive, this is well worth the investment in yourself.
I pray that you continue on your journey with your heart.
In love and Light and Wisdom