reply to post by pellian
Thank you very much for taking the time to share with me your experience and background. Rest assured you did not sound arrogant at all; in fact, it
was clear you were answering my specific question about the selection of this technique and the results you have experienced.
I am now going to ask you for the same understanding. As I mentioned in my first post, I would like to share some comments with you. However, I
don’t believe that doing so without giving you some of my background would be necessarily helpful. It is my hope that in sharing a small portion of
my background and comments that you as well as others reading your thread might have an additional perspective to consider.
So about my journey to this point. I have focused the vast majority of my energy on spiritual study and practice for about the last dozen years.
During this time, I have researched and studied many different foundational subjects, ranging from religious and ancient texts, philosophy, science,
sacred geometry, mind/body and alternative medicine, energy “work” and healing, and the list goes on.
My meditation practice has always been at the center of my journey. I have researched and tried many different techniques over the years. As a
result, I have been fortunate to discover practices and techniques that have worked well for me, allowing me to grow and develop my meditation
practice. More importantly, in conjunction with my other studies, contemplations and self-reflection, this practice has facilitated my growth and
expansion spiritually, mentally, emotionally and physically. The meditative practices and results I currently enjoy would be considered very advanced
by the standards which you describe. Specifically, I am experienced with the 3rd eye light structures you mention, as well as other energetic
pathways and systems which you allude to.
So now that you know a bit about me, on to the comments I would like to share with you about your experience. First of all, congratulations on your
progress so far. Breakthroughs are well worthy of celebration. However, obstacles, challenges, and less desirable circumstances offer tremendous
learning opportunities for growth. This is how it often works, with leaps forward tempered with lessons to be learned, reinforced, or reapplied to
new circumstances. If we do not learn the needed lessons when presented, they are often repeated with increasing strength and regularity until we
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