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November 30, 2017 at 9:13 am #2401
Was great to meet you all on the Monday session (wasn’t at the weekend meetings). Excited to see all of our goals come to fruition as we share ideas and work together more! Good idea Cayt regarding accounts, my FB is https://www.facebook.com/jeremy.garner11
Twitter is https://twitter.com/Erulehto and Instagram https://www.instagram.com/jeremy_garner/August 26, 2017 at 6:47 pm #2378
We will very likely create conscious kid tunes at some point in the future for Unikids projects! A little further down the track but I do foresee this happening for sure! I use FL Studio for electronic music and it’s been really easy to figure out over the years and use to express all kinds of experimentation and ideas. There is some great music by Gary Stadler about Faeries that children would probably like.August 26, 2017 at 6:42 pm #2377
Sorry this was never responded to earlier, I only just saw it now for some reason. Thank you so much for informing us about this magical place, it does sound very inspirationalJuly 28, 2017 at 2:35 pm #2374
If your “openness to the possibility of magic” is considered to be “ignorant” due to magic just being “what science hasn’t discovered yet” – then every good scientist would be considered ignorant by that definition. Any good scientist should be “open to the possibility” of anything. What she is effectively saying is that you should believe a rigid structure that things are only one way because science says so. In reality to dismiss the possibility of something potentially existing is very unscientific. There is of course much science to back up the supernatural also.
But in reality, you don’t have to defend your beliefs or debate consistently over two different perspectives of anything. We can always see the wisdom in both sides because there is something to learn from both – and there is also a place in the middle where all of these things can very easily co-exist with one another when we tap into that.
I am convinced that one perspective on its own is incomplete and that it requires the understanding of both opposites to become complete in knowledge.
May 1, 2017 at 8:38 am #2301April 29, 2017 at 6:02 pm #2298
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I can contribute significant Out of Body Experiences if these are somehow incorporated into the theme of your book but if it is purely NDE’s I wouldn’t be able to. I’d be real interested to read your book once it’s done!December 29, 2016 at 3:39 pm #2058
I know you’re referring to vegetarianism but on a related note, when I became vegan my favorite food was (and still is) ice cream, and I would also drink a lot of milk and eat a lot of cheese back then. Each night I began to hear these crying sounds as I was trying to sleep from a distant farm. It felt like they were crying for my help. Eventually I decided to research it and soon discovered that they were mother cows crying for their stolen babies. Then I read that those mother cows had been artificially inseminated to have those calves by having a large rod stuck inside of them against their will and injected with semen – then when their baby is only a few days old (if that) it’s stolen from them (which causes both of them a lot of separation suffering) and then the milk designed for the baby cow is taken from them to give to us. Once I realized this was going on, which I didn’t even know until I was like 24 I became horrified to the point where I gave up milk, ice cream and cheese right that very moment and never chose to ate them again. Of course I would still have cravings for these foods and I have found vegan equivalents which are just as good, but mostly it was an ethical thing that helped me the most to stick with my decision. A strong love for animals seems to be all that was needed in that case because I couldn’t stand the thought of contributing to something like that. A year or so after, your entire taste and body changes. I have since tried milk after 2 years of having no dairy products – I tried it in a dairy ice block that I wasn’t aware of as being dairy. I almost vomited at the taste of cows milk – even though I used to easily be able to drink large quantities of it – the smallest amount now made me feel so physically sick and the aftertaste stayed in my mouth for hours no matter what I ate or drank to get it out of my mouth. That sounds extreme, but that’s how much our bodies do change when we allow them to go back to the state that they were in before. The same goes for meat – it might have once been appealing, but the thought of eating animal flesh becomes so repulsive after a short while of not eating it that even the thought of it can make you feel sick. There are of course meat substitutes for people that do crave strongly certain types of food – and I would still eat a substitute meat without feeling sick – but the idea of eating animal flesh becomes very repulsive the more you return to the natural state. There’s so much information out there about how our bodies are not at all designed to be consuming that type of food – when compared to carnivorous animals, etc. I’m not sure how long you have gone before returning to meat but perhaps it just takes a little more time to adjust if it has been a huge part of your life. Of course it is really important to research proper substitutes and everything. I’m not sure if this helps or not but for me it was basically a moral thing and was made easy through my love of animals. If you think of something that hasn’t been conditioned by society in your mind to be normal (like for example, if you found out you were eating human children, or a cat, dog, or horse when you eat meat) do you think it would be as hard to change what you were eating before once you knew that you were eating human children or dogs/cats/horses? I think it has just become so normalized in our society that we forget the sentience of each of these beings that we are eating, and just remembering that can help immensely with the decision to become vegetarian.November 10, 2016 at 11:09 am #1962May 17, 2016 at 1:42 am #1548
Hey Shannon, this response really made me so happy to see the results! Your whole experience is absolutely fascinating and I went through many of these same things in 2014 so I understand the slightly unsettling nature of it all and how strange it can be, but it’s also so rewarding and amazing to be able to have a close connection with a spirit being. Now that you’ve been able to gather new details about her then it all makes so much more sense and you can see what an important part you have to play in her being! It brings me such joy when people are able to communicate with spirits and hear what they have to share, because I feel as though based on the way she died, her story is very tragic and she must be very sad and lonely and afraid, and she has been able to find so much help and support in your love now. Really appreciate all of your words and for trying these ideas with an open mind – I’m also so glad to know you’re enjoying the fairyland course and liked the song too, thank you so much! You’re very connected to the Other-Realms, that is so clear! I would love to hear more about Amber as it continues to unfold.May 16, 2016 at 2:37 pm #1537May 12, 2016 at 1:27 am #1512
It sounds a lot like a spirit, you could try to communicate with it by listening and paying attention to the signs that it leaves. It’s difficult when the spirit isn’t contacting you in real time though but is just leaving items moved around. It definitely is trying to get your attention but perhaps it knows that if it were to try in real time, such as by moving something in front of your eyes, or knocking on the walls next to your bed, that it might be too daunting. When there is less fear energy and more of an acceptance or willingness to hear them then spirits can come closer and make their presence known in much more easily communicable ways. If it were me I would be trying to speak with it, and also trusting that it can hear you when you direct conversation at it, so you can speak aloud and request what you would like to happen. I don’t think there’s anything to worry about – it’s probably just needing to be noticed and acknowledged – but it depends if you want that or not – because once you acknowledge their presence they’re unlikely to just go away – they will just start to get clearer. If you really don’t want their presence there you just have to explain it to them and unless they have a really good reason to be there, they will usually listen to you if you’re sincere in your approach. Hope this helps!May 12, 2016 at 1:13 am #1511
You are so psychically gifted Shannon. Your description of Fairyland gave me all kinds of visions – “the trees and plants seemed to be sparkling” is so accurate. And also being taken to a gnome who is said to have extensive knowledge but ends up laughing and dancing is also very reminiscent of many of the experiences I have had with them too – that is so magical, and not just a dream by any means! wow!
The Arcturian experience was just as amazing, I love reading these! It seems like he took on the form of a scary clown to show you that you don’t have to fear either him, or the demon. That you’re safe. He sounds very loving and caring, so that is likely just his method to help you fear the experience less. That’s so interesting he is called September. There’s a young girl called Joni Schofield who was diagnosed with schizophrenia for hallucinations but who was actually able to see into other magical realms – a place she calls Calalini, and some of the many beings she has met from that land take on names like “Wednesday”, “24 hours”, and things of this nature. This just really reminded me when you said he likes to be called “September”.
Amber is one of the most fascinating, and I am just blown away at your abilities – like this is a serious gift you have to see and feel their presence in this way. I have experienced the cold air being blown in my face, spirits lying next to me in bed, and them pulling the sheets off while I’m still lying in bed – so I can really relate to what you’re talking about. I actually find that cold air they blow on your face to be really calming and it’s made me cry a few times when it has happened. It sounds like she really likes you and you are bringing comfort to her and helping her – and I would be honored to be you in this situation actually. Do you really want to get rid of her? What if you weren’t afraid, do you think that it could ever be an enjoyable thing to know that she is with you? I don’t think it would be such a negative experience for you without the fear. It’s like the Arcturian was trying to show you with the frightening form that you don’t have to be afraid of him, or the demons, or the spirit child. Just to know your own power and your own gifts and blessings, and use them to help her and communicate. She could probably channel things through writing if you asked her to, and you would be able to increase the connection to where you would be able to get more information from her about who she is and what her story is. A lot of the time they really just want someone to love them. I wrote a song called “Blue Garden” about a similar experience once in 2011 which says:
A little girl crying,
She couldn’t face dying,
I helped her cross over in the end…
Sometimes they get lonely,
Sometimes they get lost,
Sometimes they might just need a friend…
In exhaustion I sleep,
Try to lose every voice in my head…
When she takes me in her arms
And leads me to a blue garden instead…
She takes all my nightmares
And sends me good dreams
Now the evil’s beginning to fade
Her smile is all I remember
In these beautiful dreams
From the moment I wake
And I start to see angels
So I find her again
To ask how she knew what to do,
And she looks into my soul,
“I know, because I used to be you…”
All I would say is if you listen to her you might be surprised at some of the things she can reveal to you! It won’t be so bothersome without the fear aspect. Spirits are like keys into other dimensions and you can help each other in a mutual exchange by appreciation.May 12, 2016 at 12:26 am #1507
This story is really amazing! that is such a cool memory to have! I was woken in 2014 by the sound of something being cast off my bedside table and onto the floor – I reached out to get my cellphone from the bedside table to use for a light to see what it was, but it turns out that it was my phone which had been thrown face down to the floor. I felt around on the floor and got my phone, pressed the light button and it was precisely 3AM.
May 12, 2016 at 12:24 am #1506
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love it! magicalMay 10, 2016 at 10:07 pm #1498
amazing artwork!!! incredible talents, thank you for sharing!