(Concluded from Part 1, yesterday.)
Suddenly, for an instant, I came upon a space that was like the clickpoint in a padlock. Because I went past it so quickly, it was no more than a bump in my sensory awareness. But I noticed it, found it strange, and went back.
I’d never thought that “centerpoint” referred to something tangible, knowable, “concrete,” a phenomenon. That amazed me. Oh my gosh, there really IS a centerpoint.
I had to work to locate and isolate it. The space was ordinary and normal. But, when I was in it, it was anything but normal. All my cares dropped away and I felt strong.
I’d say that the space was “located” at the exact center of my being. It didn’t have a road sign. I’d have to search for a word that fits it.
It certainly is a middle point. It’s both a center point and a balance point. Whether it’s a still point remains to be seen, although my meditations are deeper lately, before noticing this place.
I always thought the centerpoint was a portal and now I’m sure of it. I haven’t tried going through it; instead, I raced to record what I’d found.
Why am I not calling it “the heart”? Because I don’t know if it’s that for sure. The clouds didn’t part and a voice tell me, “This is the heart.” Things don’t work that way, unfortunately.
It could be a chakra opening, a change in vibrational levels, I have no idea. You’re getting it “in the moment.”
What’s my point? Well, as a lightworker who’s tasked with going ahead on some occasions and reporting back, this is my key point:
That centerpoint, balance point, whatever it is, is important for reasons I don’t fully know yet. And that centerpoint is very hard to find or notice. It is where it is and not a millimeter to the right or a millimeter to the left. It’s detectable only by the very slightest “bump” in one’s awareness when its attention passes over the inner space. And, once we do locate it, we find that it “occupies” a very narrow band of our understanding/experience/realization spectrum as well.
I’m reminded of Jesus’s saying, strait is the gate and narrow is the way that leadeth unto Salvation (that is, Ascension). Here I am looking at the minute and the subtle.
What are the benefits of experiencing it and standing squarely in it? Well, s0 far what I’ve noticed is that I feel incredibly grounded, mature, and adult when I’m standing squarely in the center – and now I’m speaking of emotions, speech, actions, etc. , the so-called “real” world.
Very little bothers me while I’m there. It really is safe harbor.
I imagine that, if I swung out onto the extremes, I’d suffer. Not only in the moment but in the remembrance – as I’m suffering now.
So, OK, remove “having nothing to put in their place” from my Ascension To Do List. Remind me to make this a first-priority project, to master remaining in the center.