Here John has an image of the soul leaving the body, and what he realizes is that the soul doesn’t hold the karma of physical life in itself, but that we are instead only limited by the veils of our personal experience. What this seems to say is, that whatever we think is us, as an identity, is an illusion of the physical plane. The burdens we carry here can be let go of, and the lessons of karma will go with them. (At the end of this post there are instructions and a link to download this recording to your computer.)
John: When I sat down to meditate, it was like I was feeling pretty good. I mean, most of yesterday felt pretty good by and large in terms of things. However, when you’re kind of floating like that, there can be the sensation that maybe that’s hard to meditate, or at least that’s not the time when you tend to meditate because I guess I still incorporate other things conceptually in the meditation, like a way of trying to feel the heart or something.
Anyway, when I sat down it didn’t seem like I sat there that long, and all of a sudden it felt like I needed to lay down on my side for a bit, almost to catch up with something. And, as I did that, this whole thing came over me, immediately.
And what came over me is, I was suddenly able to observe what happens when the soul leaves the body – because all of a sudden the soul left the body. And I seem to notice it. The first thing is, I notice that there’s this huge sense of relief. And the soul just suddenly leaves the density of the body and it’s kind of like it’s just like that, and it’s just suddenly relieved.
The second, the physical pressure that I had been carrying is just left behind, and this surprised me because I guess I must have carried another conceptual belief about it. I expected that somehow or another when something like this happens that there’s your condition in the outer, and then there’s some condition when the soul leaves, and that somehow or another they have to split this condition up in some fashion.
By that I mean that some sense of the heaviness that I carry here doesn’t just all get left here, and that some portion of that has to be taken into the inner world because it’s like I guess that’s just somehow a belief I have, but that is not how it works.
In the dream, where I am of the opinion that in the plane of physical manifestation, I have as a weight the fact that I’m $28 million in debt, so when the soul leaves the body I simply leave this whole vibratory sensation of that problem behind completely.
So then there’s a side image that puts it in this way. Even if I was a super heavyweight fighter, all of that means nothing when the soul leaves the body. By that I mean, there is no malingering presence that carries on with the soul, in terms of this level, when it leaves the body.
And of course the object where you can get kind of confused and draw conceptions, is you know the way the breath works is the in-breath the soul technically is going home, and in the out-breath it’s coming back in the body, and it’s going back and forth and back and forth like that. So I guess I’m recognizing the completeness of the in-breath in this thing, and maybe this is like a dream of the in-breath.
Then when the soul does return, it comes back as if everything is anew. The mental conditioning, which has the heaviness of how things are in manifestation, well, it takes a split second or so for it to suck all of that back in, to take that on. Or to say this another way, with the second aspect I had expected that the soul would return and know straightaway in manifestation it had to contend with this untenable bet, in other words the mood, the vibration, whatever it is of that energy – and money is power.
I was surprised to denote that the vibration of this had been left behind. In other words, it’s like when the soul comes back, it comes back anew. Yet when the soul came back there was a split second… it did come back anew and there was that split second when none of that other existed, and then the conditioning kicked in as a consequences of the senses and the mind reemerging, and that’s when you are veiled all over again in creation.
So the importance of this experience is I can now see how it is possible for a person to have a conscious moment, or conscious moments, of a dream experience which, so to speak, takes away years of karma in manifestation. If a person is able to truly delve to the inner depths of themselves, they can die before they die.
By that I mean the person can take the essence of the soul, and the place it swims in, and work over the burdens of physical manifestation, and work through or, in other words, just let go of the burdens of physical manifestation. You’re left in that vibe. You don’t necessarily have to pick up that vibe and go back into that world. It’s like a forgiveness or emptiness or something, a complete letting go, anyway.
Or to say it in the usual way that it is expressed, a point is reached where the mind gets hammered into the heart, in other words you don’t continue to hold on and stay in a particular vibration and reverb with it, and reverb with it, in the outer because somehow you know better.
So in summation, my experience of the freedom of the soul took me by surprise. I didn’t realize that the nightmare we know in manifestation totally goes, or is totally left behind, when the soul goes home.
Or to say this another way, the soul on the other side is not privy to the concerns of this world, and when the soul is having to contend with the plane of manifestation, this shocks it, it’s a shock. But the shock, or delirium, that is created when the denser mind/senses grab center stage – when that happens the veils between inner and outer are put into place, or prevail.
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