Re: More on the Energy (update)
Jul 13, 1996 08:04 AM
by m.k. ramadoss
It is very interesting. When the energy is near you, have you tried to
see if you told it to go away it went away. The reason I am inquiring
about this specific aspect is that from what I have read, it is very
important that you are in total control and at will can ask the energy to
On Sat, 13 Jul 1996, Shaman wrote:
> Hi All...
> Since the list is kind of slow, I thought I'd give an update on the
> "energy" and what's been happening.
> Last night, I decided to deliberately contact it again. It came around
> and one of the signs of it being around was an intense warmness -- like
> a mass of energy that was on my right side.... almost as though it
> was sitting next to me or something. It has never been that concentrated
> before. I was able to put my hand "into" it and my hand and arm up to
> the elbow got *very* warm -- nearly uncomfortable but bearable. It
> was sort of tingly when I put my arm back in its usual position.
> I asked it what it wanted from me -- and this time it was very clear.
> It was almost a thought transferrance type thing which I could tell
> I wasn't creating because the use of "language" was so different
> than my own.
> The general impression I got is that it has come around because it
> "feels" like I am open to it, that I will be receptive to it.
> I went on a bit further with it...and got even more information. It
> used the term "genius loci" which is something I was not familiar
> with before. I looked it up in the dictionary and discovered that it
> means "a spirit that watches over a place." I find it significant
> that I didn't know the term before.
> I am still not *really* clear on what I can do to help this "thing" --
> this "energy" -- but I am open to finding out and possibly even
> "doing" "it" -- whatever "it" is. The energy isn't desperate or
> clingy...just trying to communicate.
> Does this sound familiar to anyone -- or is it just more evidence
> that I should be staying off the aspertame?
> -- --
> Baltimore Chessman-Sweeney "I strive to be the person
> my dog thinks I am."
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