[Update: December 13, 2012.]
[2nd Update: December 13, 2012.]
On 12-12-12, today, at 9:30 PM JST there was and at 9:30 PM EST there is a synchronized global meditation. It is called “The Master Shift.”
This morning I joined up with the 9:30 PM JST meditation which was at 7:30 AM EST.
Quite an awesome guided meditation, if I might say so myself.
Here’s what was waiting for me outside (inside!?) just after the meditation ended:
To start, like anyone who’s cleared out a lot of the “the old and heavy,” I’ve been able to get a better sense for the more subtle sensations of life. However, until only about a week ago, I’ve felt very little beyond the subtle during my meditations (usually it’s a muscle twitch while listening to the Solfeggio frequencies]).
Even when I’ve done deliberate clearing, like “Tapping” as described in “7 Levels of Wealth Manifestation,” I’ve felt little if any change afterward. In the last 3 days, I’d even run through the process with an extensive list of limiting beliefs and new, uplifting statements that I’d created, one list for each of the lower five chakras (I’ll do the top two chakras today). Nothing seems to shift. The only exception is occasionally when I’m writing and figure out a major life issue I’ll laugh ecstatically. Otherwise—I consciously perceive nothing.
And it’s kind of bumming in a way because I read and hear of so many people saying: “Oh, wow, the energies of such-and-such were so amazing!” And I’m like, “Yeah…whatever.” But I’ve kept plugging away, nonetheless. It is as it is.
So, anyway, several times per week I take part in Oneness Meditations. Just recently, the Oneness meditators began offering online Deeksha as well. I will say that of the two or three Deekshas I’ve taken I’d felt slightly more uplifted than normal during them; a bit more happy, a bit more subtly alive.
Well, yesterday, as I’d said originally, I joined “The Master Shift” in the morning. Then at 12:00 PM EST, I joined a combination Deeksha & OM event. I felt happy throughout. I’d also caught the rainbow, as I’d mentioned. (I saw another rainbow later on when I went to the park.)
At 9:30 PM EST, I sat down to join in with the second “Master Shift” meditation. Same guided meditation as before. The lights were off, my laptop was mostly closed, and inside I went with my stereo headphones leading the way.
I set my intent to join with all other meditators, offered gratitude for all who are helping to make the shift possible, etc. I’d also requested that the meditation be even better than the one in the morning…
…I got my wish!
Maybe about halfway through, I began smiling and laughing gently. That smile soon turned into, gosh, I don’t know what it turned into. My face formed itself in a way I’m not sure it ever has; it felt somewhere between laughing and crying with joy. I didn’t cry, but I felt quite close at times.
When the narrator said to visualize the purple light filling me with love and wisdom, I just about lost it. By then my hands were sweating and it felt like there was an electrical charge running through them continuously. I was also exhaling through my mouth because my breathing pattern was becoming so voluminous that I couldn’t get air through my nose fast enough.
When the meditation ended, oh, man, was I feeling charged up. I took the headphones off, closed the laptop, and laid down on the floor in Savasana.
And what joy flooded through me! What joy! Totally—totally—unexpected in every way. With every inhale I felt both the subtle and the powerful vibrations and shudders that we’re now consuming my body. With every exhale, I trembled intensely; my arms hopped, my legs jerked and turned inward, and my abdomen and back tensed up. My hands still felt like there was lightning inside of them, and my teeth chattered like mad.
I would estimate I was about seven to 10 minutes into the experience when I began laughing. And I didn’t know why. I had no clue! It just seemed to me that whatever was happening was the most hysterical thing in the world. I laughed for another ten minutes, shaking uncontrollably all the while.
All I could think was:
This is so funny!
Oh, God, I don’t even know, it’s just hysterical!
Oh, God, thank you so much!
Over and over again. And I laughed and shook and shook and laughed. Like I couldn’t have cared less if the world ends on the 21st or not. I’ve never been so joyful in my life—and for no apparent reason, at that! Just pure joy.
Wow! Thank you, Life!
In closing, even though 12/12/12 has passed, I would highly recommend doing “The Master Shift” meditation. Regardless of what may or may not be experienced during it, plain and simple, it is a truly beautiful guided meditation.
Emitte lucem et veritatem
Update 12/13/12 - #2
Around 3:30 today I went out for a walk. As I neared an intersection, because cars we’re there, I turned right rather than going straight as I’d originally meant to.
For some quick background… In almost every instance where I’m walking down the street and an “inconvenience” appears in the path I’d planned to walk (someone using a leaf-blower, for instance) I’ll take a different way. It seems that life often does this to get me to see things I wouldn’t otherwise have seen.
That said, after taking a right turn, I walked a short bit, let the few cars pass, and crossed the street. Because I still wanted to go my initially intended direction, I turned up the alleyway behind the houses I’d have been in front of were it not for traffic.
Looking around as I walked, I saw a bird take flight from one of the trees just ahead of me. As I neared the tree, my peripheral vision picked up on an object falling gently to the ground.
Have you done the meditation yet? Can you guess what it was?
A white feather.