An interrupted spiritual experience has an aftermath. It has consequences.
The knock at the front door saw the experience of Stillpoint evaporate, which cannot reasonably be avoided. But it’s the resulting snap-back that I wanted to focus on.
Coming back so quickly to everyday consciousness was painful because I resisted it. It left frayed ends, grumbles, etc.
Therefore I resisted it. Now add to this the fact that I have a vasana (or core issue) in the area, to do with interrupted spiritual experiences and this latest experience was destined to become one more new layer on that old vasana.
But I resolved to feel into it – to feel to heal, as Kathleen says – and, as I did, Michael signalled his approval a few times.
I had to feel – or “be with” – my resistance, my complaints, my resentments. I had to bypass my mind and just experience the feelings. And finally they lifted without me creating a new layer of the vasana.
But there was more to snapback. It’s hard enough returning to everyday consciousness from being on a higher level. It’s geometrically worse if the return is immediate. Probably every medium knows that.
So there was the “physical” disorientation of finding myself in a denser space too quickly.
Well, I have to tell you, my curiosity is piqued by the events past June 6. And not just events with me but with others as well. And we’re only a small part of an English-speaking world. There are any number of other language groups having equally en-lighten-ed conversations and experiences.
The pie is in the oven. Fit for a Queen.