thought I’d share
an experience I had while doing track 2 of the Akashic Construct
(my nature scene). I wrote a while ago about my frustration
at my lack of progress, and not being sure of whether to
keep doing track 2 or move onto track 3. Well, anyway, I
had not done any mediation for over a week. I just felt a
kind of block, and I knew I’d just fall asleep if I
tried, but I knew I’d go back to it soon.
It felt right to try again
yesterday, but my instinct was to start slowly, so to concentrate
on track 2, and practice
getting back to alpha. Because of my ‘break,’ I
was probably less expectant, and not ‘trying’ to
feel or see anything, and for the first time something occurred
that I know I was not actively imagining.
Well, anyway, as I said I
had just entered my pleasant nature scene, and underneath
oak tree, under which I sit,
there was a small black child of about 3 years old, lying
face down. She had on a white dress, and a red sort of gathered ‘dolly’ hat.
She didn’t look to be in a good way, and my instinct
was to hurry over, and to sweep her up in my arms.
My next instinct was that
maybe she needed milk. A bottle appeared beside me, and
I gave her
some to drink. I then
felt what she needed was some love; kinda like it was too
late for food. So all I could do was hug her, and hug her.
I felt such love for her, and wanted to comfort her like
she was my own. Then a shining male figure appeared beside
me and said, “It’s okay. We’ll take her
now. All she needed was to experience some human kindness.”
I looked down at the girl
in my arms and she opened her eyes, and they were brilliant
blue, and she gave me
a huge smile. Then He took her away. I’m not sure if
this meant she had died. It felt like she had.
It felt so real! Not something
I could have made up. It was funny because I remember George
important, and before I’d gone into my nature scene,
I had affirmed that I would love to heal. I just wasn’t
expecting anyone to be there in my nature scene, considering
I’d had no luck in my library seeing Celestials. I
guess, it’s like you’ve all said, “When
you least expect it .”