Meditation, December 7, 2020

Last week, I think it was Wednesday night, my dog woke me up. He has this habit of smooshing his body up against the bed and rubbing alongside the mattress , then poking his nose in my face when he needs to wake me up so he can go out. When I awakened I was tingling head to toe. This has happened many times over the last few years but this was especially intense. It lasted quite awhile and during the moments I was appreciating this exquisite yumminess of their energy coursing through me, the dog went out to the living room and back to smoosh up against the bed at least three times.

You can imagine I was beginning to worry that he might not be able to wait any longer so I decided to get up, even though the energy was still coursing through my body very strongly. Funny thing…I couldn’t get up. It was several more minutes before they let me up and that was the end of it for that night.

I bother to share about it at all because something different from their usual happened last night. I sat down to meditate before bed but couldn’t calm my mind enough to reach them so I finally went on to bed. I was deliciously drowsy by this point and just as it seemed I was drifting off to sleep they came in that same wonderful, tingly way. The energy wasn’t quite as intense as that interesting event last Wednesday but what was interesting is that they have never come in while I was awake except for the first time back in 2005. Always when I feel this coursing energy it happens when I ‘catch’ them at it because I awakened unexpectedly.

I do wonder what they are up to.

Cheryl, December 7, 2020

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6 Responses to Meditation, December 7, 2020

  1. William Wolford says:

    I wonder, Cheryl, have you tried using the Meditation Vibrations music to get into meditation. Might help when you can’t calm yourself and might enhance the communication levels. Just a thought! Take care.

  2. janonlife says:

    So do I! It’s intriguing. Thanks so much for continuing to share your experiences.

    • When these things happen they are exhilarating. It’s kind of addictive. I wish they would happen every day. I’m so busy at work this month that I really haven’t had any time to spend with them.

      Before they first arrived, I had some unusual experiences. Lights flashed in my head and the lights would turn into letters that formed into words. These words formed messages that scrolled across my field of vision and I could read them like reading a letter.

      The eager anticipation I feel for whatever is next…it is excruciating! I feel like a child having a tantrum. I want it now!

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