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From: "Kyriakos" Date: Tue Jul 30, 2002 2:24 pm Subject: Trusting that knowing n0mind Offline Offline Send Email Send Email Invite to Yahoo! 360 Invite to Yahoo! 360 In the last few months, I have noticed a change in my awareness. I have started to predict events. Not big global events - only small events, regarding people and things in my local environment. whether it is just 'common' sense or logical figuring out or clairvoyance. Maybe they are all linked together and they feed of each other. I don't know. I have also, like probably most of us, have been able to 'see' the next sentence coming out of someone mouth. It doesn't happen all the time, but when it does, as soon as I get the impression, I make a very conscious effort to mentally acknowledge the event. I wait for it to happen, rather than jump in with the thought as I get it, I want to see my mental feedback. And most of the time, People say exactly what appeared in my head only moments before. I then thank my Subconscious and ask for more impressions. Or I might want something to happen, Instead of saying it out loud, I say it internally - sometimes it happens and sometimes not - oh well. As if that wasn't enough, practicing the Ambiance exercise has probably saved me from serious injury. With that I will share a small anecdote: I went with a friend to view his clients site, he is an architect. The site is on a plateau surrounded by mountains located in Southern California, it was very green when I visited and it had been raining quite heavily the night before. The client picked us up at the bottom of the property and took us up in his van to the plateau. We had not gone more than 500 yards, when the traction started to fail. We were at this point sliding into the natural mud wall to our right. We could not go any further. My architect friend, who doesn't seem to be all there at times, told the client to just 'put it in neutral, and 'slide' back down the hill. My 'Spider-Sense' was tingling at this point. We did, in all respects slide down the hill, he was right. The problem was we were sliding down the hill at an angle towards the drop on the other side of the road !!! As we kept sliding down the hill-side my 'Spider-Sense' was of the Richter scale. I was thinking of opening the door and jumping out. Then my good behavior monitor was telling me, 'no, don't do that, you would appear rude, nothing is going to go wrong'. But, what if this is going over the edge? I kept thinking. There was this dialogue going on inside. My body was all electrified and my rational mind was trying to give me all these reasons not to listen to it. I made my decision to open the door and jump from the van, I guess I figured it was better to become the captain of my own destiny than let someone else drive me to my end, even if I was over-reacting it was better to be alive and look foolish than be polite and dead! I opened the door and jumped! Mind you the van wasn't going fast, so I wasn't doing anything precarious. It was sliding back at about 3 mph. I quickly ran to the other side of the van to get my feedback. ( I am all into getting feedback-doesn't matter what), I screamed "STOP!!!" to the driver who was, I admit as gormless as my friend - how did he ever get his money I just don't know! He stopped the van literally 1 inch from the edge of the drop. Had he gone back another inch the van would have gone over and everyone would have been seriously injured, it was probably a 30 foot sloping drop. The horrible thought did occur to me to not say anything and see what would happen (again, for feedback), but my conscience, being the altruist that it is didn't need that kind of feedback, it was enough to know what could have happened. I thanked my Subconscious many, many times and asked it, and still do, to keep giving me those impressions. Was it common sense, Intuition or logical thinking. Which made me become very aware of the situation. I think it was a mixture of all these. But what I can be sure about was my body going into a high state of sensitivity, and possibly agreeing with my logical thoughts. Kyriakos _________________________________________________- Ask within and when that presence directs you, whatever you do will be right, even though externally it may seem wrong. Don't curse the oyster for having an ugly, encrusted shell. Inside, it's all pearl. There's no way to ever say how we are with phenomena. Rumi pjrv : Messages : 308-308 of 4038


From: Rfjuice... Date: Wed Jul 31, 2002 5:28 pm Subject: Re: Trusting that knowing rfjuice2000 Offline Offline Send Email Send Email Invite to Yahoo! 360 Invite to Yahoo! 360 Hi Kyriakos, That was a great story. Some people even with events such as that, will still shrug it off as luck. I am glad you listened. I had a similar situation while driving my kids to go ice skating. As I was driving along, this thought just popped in my head, very clearly and adamantly, "Don't Go!". I knew it wasn't my thought,because I wanted to go skating, it sort of came out of nowhere. I argued silently in my head, saying, but we have our skates, the kids are looking forward to this. This is silly. And to be honest with you, I would have been embarassed to tell them, "oh we can't go now, I heard this voice......" So later that afternoon, I ended up in the hospital getting stitches in my head when I fell on the ice. Could it have been my own subconscious warning me of a future event? Or something else? I just don't know either. Linda

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