Happy is he who has overcome his ego — Siddhartha Guatama (c.563–483 BCE)
Recently I began studying guided meditations from an experiential perspective with Dr. Joe Dispenza, and enjoy sharing my meditative experiences with you.
On Tuesday morning’s guided meditation I released my physical body. I dissolved the physical structure like a gradual Alka Seltzer fizz in a glass of water. Once I reached a condition of consciousness, awareness of being without a body, I witnessed my particle/wave, energy/frequencies drift off into outer (actually inner) space. As my energy moved away from my awareness, each particle/wave spread out leaving space between each individual unit. I didn’t get distracted, and I didn’t turn back (give up) early. I waited for the instruction to “slowly come back to this space and time.” As I reentered 3D, with eyes shut, I reconstructed each part of my body until all pieces were back in place — but of course not exactly the same place, because time had passed in 3d reality. A season had passed and the crops were returning in Spring under different agricultural conditions.
Without leaving home during the meditation, I was a time traveler. Like the yogis who are in several places simultaneously. I came back to live the future I had/will experience. My Lego building blocks of body parts felt as if I was re-creating a new structure, not in the same order God had when forming me in the womb. Instead, as sections that my awareness noticed one-by-one from bones to fingernails to a beautiful head of hair. A new physical body.
Ephemeral, highly ephemeral is the world of formations; ephemeral, highly ephemeral are our clothes and hairstyles, and our hair and our bodies themselves.Hermann Hesse, Siddhartha
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