Our first spiritual surgery together – How romantic! Well, mainly… just stretch your mind to imagine how sharing the healing energies for twenty four hours, in a small room — mainly in a trance-like state without talking — can promote that feeling of Oneness 😛
As spiritual surgeries go, this was a gentle experience. John of God is a medium for several entities, and the quality of the experience often reflects the unique qualities of each healing entity. At a certain point, I saw/felt a pulsing, radiating sphere of light move toward and through me. Otherwise, it was a quiet, soft experience of floating. Almost as soon as the surgery ended, though, I began to feel physical effects. I felt as though my body was vibrating…too small a movement to be called shaking…but “shimmering” nonetheless. This stayed with me throughout the seclusion period and into the afternoon of the following day (That would be today.) Alan said he felt a burning all along his spine (Welcome to my world. How romantic, right?) He thought that perhaps his dragon wings were getting ready to break through and unfold.
Dreams aplenty. Some about writing a book — what to include and from what frame of mind to write. Some about people who were important to me at different times in my life but no longer present. They evoked a range of emotion. Through all of them, I seemed to be “awake” while sleeping, reminding myself that behind all other emotions, love resides…follow the thread to love.
I abstained from all pain medication until into the night when lying on the fracture sites in my ribs became too painful to maintain the trance state. No pain medication today, either (yet :P)
As usual, I scheduled a crystal bed for after the seclusion period. It was an intense and powerful experience this time. It was like re-living the accident where I had to consciously will myself to breathe (There were so many fractures in the rib area that I developed a syndrome called “flail chest” where my lungs wouldn’t expand without conscious reminders for the first several days afterward.) So, I lay under the crystals and breathed — dramatically and with a certain amount of agitated feelings that I “needed” air…not so much a relaxing experience. However, when I got up from the crystal bed, one of the ribs that had fractured slipped into place (yes, another dislocation), and I felt immense relief. Still do.
We’ve moved into Frutti’s now for the afternoon and evening with computers and my portable “Weaving Worlds” project. We have our Passion Fruit iced teas and are looking forward to a Frutti’s dinner for a change of pace from our Pousada (Frutti’s has gluten-free bread that rocks the house!)
Tomorrow, Sunday, will be very quiet in Abadiania. Perhaps, we’ll get a video clip up. Stay tuned…
Thank you. Loving you.