reply to post by CitizenAlpha
Yeah I wake up at about 3am and lay there going in and out of mystical states of consciousness. It started around the time of the lunar eclipse on the
solstice. I had a very profound mystical experience. May I share it with you?
For the past few years or so, I have been experiencing spikes of mystical activity around this time of year and around midsummer. This year is no
exception, and this latest mystical experience has me baffled and qu8ickened. I've never heard of anything quite like it.
OK here goes. On December 22nd 2010, I was sleeping a dreamless sleep. The weirdest thing started happening. I began to gain full conscious awareness
within the dreamless sleep without waking up. I woke up without actually waking up, if that makes any sense. I was an aware, disembodied, lucid
perspective within the blackness of deep sleep. The fabric of the blackness seemed to crackle with electrical energy around the rough edges of my
awareness. It was beautiful and exhilarating. The depth was palpable and the silence was deafening.
As I gained lucidity, two bright glowing pulsating strobing blue round Mandalas, or "UFOs", to use modern mythological terms, began to materialize in
the blackness. They were comprised of concentric rings of small glowing living blue spheres which flashed or strobed in unison to form different
patterns. I was amazed! It was so beautiful and sublime...
I don't know how long I watched in fascination. Eventually, I raised my dream-arm, or phantom arm, or whatever to point to where the Mandalas or UFOs
or whatever they were would be, in my field of vision, if I had been awake with my eyes open. I seemed to sense that was what they wanted me to do. I
pointed and sent them the thought, "that point in space is where you two would be hovering, from my perspective, if I was awake and standing up. Right
there and right there. See? I'm pointing right at you. I am aware."
I also remember a third form, which appeared along with the two Mandalas. It seemed to slowly emerge from the center of the blackness. It was glowing
blue and was very hard to make out. I got the impression it was intelligent and powerful and maybe even Holy. I think it was a God or a Goddess or an
archetype or something like that. But I couldn't bring the form into focus well enough to make out definite features. It was outlined in the same
color as the blue spheres, as a sort of solidified energy. It was like a cloak of space and light in a space-less and light-less dimension of depth
and silence. I guess I'll have to play the "ineffable" card. It was aware of me, that much I was sure of.
Then, I'm not sure exactly what happened. They all disappeared and I think I drifted back to a normal dreamless sleep for a while. I don't know how
much time passed, but later I had yet another strange dream.
Only this time, it was as if I was dreaming of my bedroom in real-time. I could look around the bedroom with my dream-eyes instead of my real eyes. It
was so cool! I was dreaming of it exactly as it was in the waking world, except there was a shadow form in the room. A presence made out of shadow
that played a cat-and-mouse game with my awareness. There came a point when the shadow entity was right next to my bed, near my head. Right in my
face. I thought, "ah-ha! I have you now!" and I playfully shot my arm out to seize the shadow. There was only air...it disappeared. After that, I
drifted back to normal dreamless sleep. I don't remember any further dreams that night.
It was a massive Kundalini awakening. In Hindu terms it was the 4th state of consciousness, "turiya", that I went to. That makes me a "Jivanmukta" or
a "Buddha", but a baby one! It took me days to get used to being back in my body...to get "grounded" in other words. During that time I was in a
constant altered state of consciousness. I didn't sleep or eat. I was bombarded by visions, epiphanies, synchronicities. It took me days to work the
painful kinks out of the Kundalini blockages, and I could only do it by letting my body-wisdom do what it needed to do. The result was spontaneous
kriya movements and yoga postures that I didn't know I knew how to do.
The mystical state faded gradually and is now almost gone. But my soul was liberated and elevated. Since then all sorts of odd things have been
happening and my sleep pattern is off. I wake at 3am and I meditate on Divine Wisdom.
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