A Matter of Awareness

  

Is it so bad, then, to be misunderstood? Pythagoras was misunderstood, and Socrates, and Jesus, and Luther, and Copernicus, and Galileo, and Newton, and every pure and wise spirit that ever took flesh. To be great is to be misunderstood.Emerson

Interactive nightlights were just one of many encounters that rocked my world in 1997-8. They continue and have triggered subsequent events including a complete realignment with spirit and a phenomenal new awareness of self and reality.

Anything I say seems to pale or diminish this event but I have tried to share it because it is a wonderous awareness. The words I have used are to say that it was a feeling of being merged into oneness.

The best description I could offer beyond that was to say I felt my self melting (like butter) into all that is. I was all with One, or one with All… Spirit Guides who instigated and directed that encounter told me that it is “home” and one day I will return.

If I had not been given the code and directive to come back (while under hypnosis), I am not sure I could have on my own. And I did not want to. I felt complete peace and ease. Bliss is an understatement.

*The presence of another person was required during this exercise because the mind believes these states of awarness to be real. If there is no one to recall you to your physical body home…you limit your options.

What really blew me away was that the actual time of the event was for a count of two. It felt like much longer!! And I had been highly skeptical that anything at all could happen in a two count. I was wrong. We have no idea what we – and or Spirit – are capable of.

I finally have a visual and a demonstration for the state I was allowed to experience. It is very much like the 5th state of matter – when atoms lose their identity and think they are everywhere. It is an awesome state to be in … and to remember.

Video Explanation of a Bose Einstein Condensate…

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