A Heavy Feeling

Considering how long ago it’s been since Higgins first came to me, it is a tad difficult to decide exactly where to start chronicling our history. If I wait to find the exact right place to start I may never start, so I’m choosing to start with this entry from November 7, 2004, because I remember how dramatic the feeling was.

“A couple of days ago I was sitting at the dining room table. I was thinking that I felt very comfortable with myself. As I sat there I began to notice feeling heavy. And heavier and heavier until I felt the need to lie down on the floor to avoid the weight. I didn’t, because I felt too foolish.

Anyway, I was feeling quite comfortable with myself and feeling very grounded when I began to feel so heavy! I felt heavy as though gravity would pull me right through my chair, through the floor.”

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4 Responses to A Heavy Feeling

  1. janonlife says:

    I’m going to enjoy this. So fascinating to discover how it all began.

    • It was a strange time but each thing was so small…. People behaved strangely, too. I was accosted numerous times in threatening ways. Once, something took me over during a meeting at church and spoke for me… and what they said!!! I would like to have crawled under the table. It was completely out of context. The whole room turned to look at me…. horrible. Anyway, glad to hear from you and assume you are finding a way to thrive during coronavirus.

  2. simulismblog says:

    So impatient to discover what happened next! Thank you for sharing.

    • It fascinates me that people are actually interested. I can tell you that when it was happening, and I tried to tell people what was happening…it was an entirely different story. Ouch.

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