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:): What a curious sequence of events that unfolded prior to this post arising into my #uniqueview
experience here in Bali in 2019. I listened to some Krishna Das while I took a shower, then grounded by a quick mini+mart visit and chat + tip. There’s some challenging energy flying around locally, as usual for me on Friday nights as a pattern, so I just did my best to ground through that, going with the flow and reminding myself that not all energy that arises, such as thoughts, feelings, ideas, areas of focus, etcetera, are created by me directly; sometimes they’re linked with what’s going on energy+wise around me more than me directly, I’ve found. And I’m not “channeling” now; I’m typing and reminding myself I’m surrounded by a lot of traveling millennials aiming for fun on a Friday night, with all of the development elements of being in that place in life, generally, contributing to a mix of collective consciousness locally. It’s like, “I wouldn’t normally be thinking this as an adult woman” to myself as an energy sensitive, and then I’m like, “well, think of what you’re surrounded by and what patterns of energy in+time have looked like.” Anyway, a 69 (reminding me of the summer of 1969) arose on a license plate on my way home from the mini+mart. I started to feel like I had cobwebs on me. Immediately, I considered allegories and potential meanings. Also I had brought bleach out from a cobwebby area of a closet space, with humor added. Earlier at a cafe, a light house arose as a computer background, reminding me of Ancient Egypt’s version intuitively (maybe the Cleo as in Cleopatra branded water nearby had something to do with that). I came across this Eye of Horus linked post from Ram Dass just after I had retrieved Reiki workshop manuals in advance of a Master’s training next week (Reiki is an “ancient” practice popularized in the 1980s, way back when before iPhones and the materials were also in a cobwebby area, with laughter added). The Eye of Horus may resemble regions of the human brain; mysteriously I’ve been focused on Ajna Light.