Light and sound—
These are critical to Spiritual development.
Gazing and gazing disciplines such as trataka came early and naturally to me, arising effortlessly in my life and formal practice. I was instantly, from the beginning drawn to gazing into light sources- streetlamps, moonbeams, anything and everything that gave off even the slightest emission.
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Looking in on it from where I am now in time, the process of entering into this makes more sense. The picture is more complete. Years prior to a more total shift in consciousness I began bringing through the idea.. Speaking of it (somewhat ephemerally), penciling (somewhat remedially) images and graphs, teaching it in class while not even truly knowing -or knowing why.
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In OBEs I know visually and tangibly it often looks and feels like I am going “out” of body, but from somewhere within I know what I am fundamentally doing is letting something new come into it. When this something new enters there is feelable, tangible, multi-layered vibration which opens me out into whole new realms of possibility -whole new realms of experience.
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Prior to being able to enter other reality systems, my vision here in this one began to alter.. It was as if I began seeing something prior to the current physical appearance of people and things. I was not immediately aware of what this was, only that indeed it was being perceived, and that it set me to a molten sort of glow, an inwardly rising wonderful golden warmth. Intense, yet beautifully calm and visible to onlookers, who comment on the change through my eyes.
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When I look out into the room I am in – for example – it is as easy for me to see the space, which to me is clearly composed of elemental particles, as it is to see anything else. I can see the particles -of the air, water, solid objects, there are gazillions of them but it has always been simplest for me to rest my principal attention with the space. In comparison, solid objects are much harder to keep focused on, without some degree of head pain setting in as well as a body response similar to claustrophobia. This has been true for as long as I can remember.
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