I don't feel a real need to talk about it especially, but I noted some correlation in my experiences.
If it can be interesting or helpful to others with similar experiences, I will share mine.
The one in which a UFO (of the typical metalic disc type) was hovering above me, and then made manouvers impossible for any known aircraft we have
today had an element of that sort.
As I watched it (for my car and all the cars on that road had stalled, we could do nothing else but stare at this),
I first thought it was some sort of military aircraft, that I was seing from a particular angle just giving this false impression of it's shape. So I
had no sense of it being "otherworldy" at all.
So I was confused when I suddenly felt I was recieving some sort of communication from or connected with it, which included the voice or energy of my
mother! For she had passed away a few years earlier.
Then it started to make it's strange manouvers and I lost any sense of this thing being a normal experience associated with an abnormal one- it was
just ALL abnormal.
But for quite a while I couldn't make sense of why I felt one phenomenon associated with another.
Later, durign experiences that developed of more complex and interactive communication with other consciousness, I recieved an explanation.
I once thought it was a very individual and original view point, but since have come to find it is echoed in many "channelled" messages that are
popular- that we are non-physical beings in essence, that change containers, and experiences in time and space, including different planets,
We have been in different vehicles, from different planets, we shall be, we are right now. Our access to our memory and our various other levels of
self is effected by the DNA of the vehicle we inhabit.
I won't make any effort to make anyone believe that- I cannot claim I believe it myself! I think it is perfectly possible that my experiences were
some sort of psychotic break, and the many other people involved, (like the other drivers on that road, and later the rest of my family-) suffered the
effects of collective hallucinations.
I went through extensive testing with a psychiatrist, and he could not find any other signs of schizoid or psychotic tendancies, but as I was sure
that must be it anyway, I went to a psychoanalyst to fidn some way to fit these events into such an explanation.
It was rather difficult, but eventually we came up with a theory somewhat along Jungian lines, that in a sort of phase of growth in self awareness, in
between having my personality that was formed early in life destroyed and my conscious construction of a new one, a period without boundries of ego
I went through a trip in the collective consciousness.
The thing which would explain the other people involved in my experiences would have to involve a concept that the collective consciousness and the
elements within it have a sort of level of reality all their own, that can move from one individual to the next , regardless of space and without
LIke an underground river, through which the entities, the avatars, the archetypes, can flow from to the other, on deep levels, despite what ever
thougths and beliefs the person has consciously, as an individual.
That still opens a can of worms just as hard to believe for some people, as the physical entity from outer space hypothesis, but it was the best we
could come up with considering all elements of the events.
But it also means to me that the messages and concepts I felt were "communicated" to me might still be valid, even if they just came up from such a
deep source of knowledge and memory.
So I don't worry about the messenger and deciding what or who it was, I just remain attentive to the messenges!
edit on 17-9-2012 by Bluesma
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