Thursday, August 7, 2008

Spirit Tries to Escape Body

I almost left my body last night while sleeping.

I don't know what time it was, I just remember darkness and the feeling that my spirit was trying to escape from my body. My head, torso, arms totally separated from their physical counterparts, but I was still stuck at the hips. I pulled with all my might to get out, but I began to shake with the exertion and the experience ended as I was lost in sleep once more.

I wonder where I would have gone had I managed to escape.


Anonymous said...

Wherever you go, there you are.

Woody Allen said that, i think.

mex said...

hi there,

i noticed you haven't been posting to your other blog, from reading a few entries in this blog, it seems like times have been busy and interesting for you as well, i sent an email from mycelial.docomo to fractal rock last week and have just sent it to light of sophia as well as you seem to be more active here.

i was quite enthusiastic/(sleep deprived!) that morning but hey, who knows what the next bowl of fruit's going to be? ;-)

i'm quite busy just now so please forgive the intermittent bursts of communication, my situation will have calmed by mid september and it would be great to return to regular discussions, i've been keeping note of some points of interest i think you'll appreciate.

cheers for now,


Sophia said...


I can see two meanings in this statement.

The deeper meaning would be related to saying, "Whoever you meet, there you are."

I could go into a long story about my first experience with this theory in college.

Sophia said...


So glad you found me here. I have been away from my other blog for almost two months. When the creative energy flows through me again I'll return, but for right now the current is keeping me here in spiritual la-la land.

I read your email and will respond when I can grasp your concept more than I do at present moment. You have quite a mind if you don't mind my saying so. I would have to say it is quite a bit more advanced than mine.

I understand about the coming and going of communication. I do that a lot myself. It seems you've remembered me after all this time so I have no fear that you'll forget about me. Just take your time and do what you have to do; I know you have a lot of things to get done before you can settle down and have back-and-forths with me.

I would love to hear about your points of interest when you have the time.