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Posted 5/28/2008 11:40 AM (#6044)
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Hi everyone- I thought I would start a separate post for our group effort on Sunday- Tracy- hope that's ok- I just can't seem to find where we started in the threads ( der)

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Posted 5/28/2008 11:52 AM (#6047 - in reply to #6044)
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Macchu Picchu, PERU Astral Travel Adventure!!

Astral adventure, meditation adventure. Let's meet at this sacred site.

Sunday, June 1st. 10:00 AM Pacific Time

It will be 6:00 PM in the U.K., Midnight in Japan, and 6 Am in New Zealand

It will be 1:00 AM Eastern, 12:00 Central, 11:00 Mountain in the U.S

If you cannot make the exact time, no worries, the astral planes are not limited by our conceptions of time and space. The Winter Solstice just passed in Macchu Picchu, the time of the Light is returning!

Machu Picchu

Thanks! Let us know if you are planning to be there!

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Posted 5/28/2008 3:15 PM (#6049 - in reply to #6044)
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Oh, so excited!!!!! I'm there with bells on...What an awesome opportunity, Ms. Tracy..yay!
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Posted 5/28/2008 4:31 PM (#6050 - in reply to #6044)
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I hope I can make it! =)
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Posted 5/28/2008 5:20 PM (#6051 - in reply to #6044)
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hi all,looking forward tremendously to sunday,like a child,i,m so exited,got it in my diary,and am reading up and preparing,ha!ha!,sound like a scholkid don,t i,i am putting my all into this,heart and soul,so looking forward to see how it goes,feeling very positive about it,okay,i,ll keep popping in,see how many join in,thanks instictual,tracy,molly b,love to you all xxx
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Tracy Martin
Posted 5/28/2008 5:54 PM (#6052 - in reply to #6044)
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It is exciting! I think the photos are already helping to orient me to the place. I can feel the sharpness and clarity of the intention.

Molly, don't worry about the exact time. You could actually do a meditation tonight and we will hopefully be aware of you on Sunday!

There was a student report on Astral Projection who said that he actually moved himself into multiple (3) astral bodies and met himself in the astral planes! We are already there!

I am also preparing and studying. I plan to clear my space with sage, find a few crystals to assist, and meditate beforehand. Any other suggestions?

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Posted 5/28/2008 6:20 PM (#6053 - in reply to #6044)
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The reading you are doing, Iris to learn about it is awesome, you have such pure intention...sometimes I want to reach into my computer and just hug and hold you!
Tracy, you too! And sage is an awesome idea!!!! As well as the meditation and crystals. I to am going to use sage, I do have a nice crystal of choice, and I will probably take a cleansing bath with epsom salt, cayenne pepper, just a pinch ( careful you have no open cuts if you choose to do this..OW but using that was recommended to me when I got my first Reiki attunement to remove toxins and promote purity of thought )- and maybe some lemon verbena oil....laughing here- salt, pepper, lemon- sounds like a nice salad dressing to me.
I cannot wait to "talk" afterwards with everyone about our experiences.

Love to All!
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Posted 5/28/2008 6:25 PM (#6054 - in reply to #6044)
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Oh Sorry, it actually sent fast today...Molly...Hope to see and feel you there! PS: Where are you relative to Olympia? I may be heading out there next month..would love to meet up and say hi if you desired and or had the time..xo
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Posted 5/28/2008 7:01 PM (#6056 - in reply to #6053)
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hi,all,instinctual,i echo your thoughts,i,ll send you a thought of a pink rose,a petal for your pillow,when you wake,to smell the sweetness,one for the heart,to love,and bring peace and love.Yes,i,m going crossed eyed, with the reading,ha!ha!,i get so lost in it,and can,t put it down.I have quite a few crystals around my home,love them,i,ve chosen 2,and will sprinkle lavender,and jasmine,around where i lay,i,ll also have a shower,to wash any negative energies i may pick up,whilst out during day,a thing i always do,and imagine the golden spirit light,flow over me.ha!ha!,you do sound like it a salad dressing,but a special one,made with love,luv and hugs,irisxxx
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Posted 5/28/2008 7:18 PM (#6057 - in reply to #6053)
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hi,all,its 12-15am here,so im off to get my beauty sleep,been trying for years,hasn,t worked yet,still same old face in mirror,ha!ha!,so good,night all,look forward greatly,till the next time,love and hugs iris xxx
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Paul Joseph
Posted 5/29/2008 4:14 AM (#6065 - in reply to #6044)
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Think it started on the DiY chatroom. I have only just put on my picture, well, recently, and see Lori, gthat you have moved off photos ? Should I do that too then? Oh dear ... technology & doing the 'right thing' !! ...
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Posted 5/29/2008 4:38 AM (#6067 - in reply to #6065)
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I'm sure an astral trip might be better for M .. P ... than an actual one even, since I read that the governement were worried about over-visiting wearing it away, like our English Peak and Lake Districts ... when we were in MP there was a huge group of business folk doing some kind of mass bonding and chanting and running all over the ruins disrepsectfully, I felt .. but my old fogeyness is showing .. I did a poem there, but will only send it if folk one as I do not want to contaminate the freshness of your spiritual journeys... though may I just say, look out for the temple of the Condor (that I magically discopvered alone and by accident) and the grave of the tiny princess ...

And I feel Tracy is absolutely right, the precision of timing is unimportant, as the Eternal Self will take care of that ...

Love
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Posted 5/29/2008 9:20 AM (#6090 - in reply to #6067)
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hello all,i,m getting confused here,i,m posting,looking through posts,no replies,and nobodys posting,make any sense,?anyway,luv and hugs to all,irisxx
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Paul Joseph
Posted 5/29/2008 9:21 AM (#6091 - in reply to #6090)
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Are you sure Sunflower ? I have two posts before yours, and other posts before that too ? Loads and loads of posts actually ... ?!
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Posted 5/29/2008 9:43 AM (#6095 - in reply to #6091)
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yeh,your post say 4-14am,4-30 am,last was to mine now,which was 9-21am,oh ok i,ll just get unconfused then,xx
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Posted 5/29/2008 9:46 AM (#6097 - in reply to #6044)
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waving to Iris....helloooooooo Iris! How's the reading coming along? I did some research last night myself...never knew half those things about this amazing place-getting more and more excited every minute!
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Posted 5/29/2008 9:49 AM (#6098 - in reply to #6097)
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There is an interesting website, something like, http://livinginperu.com if you can find it. More about current news & current affairs.
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Posted 5/29/2008 9:51 AM (#6099 - in reply to #6097)
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ah instinctual,at last,yeah,i,ve been still reading up,and prepared for sunday,do you know how many are doing it,luv and hugs irisxx
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Posted 5/29/2008 9:53 AM (#6100 - in reply to #6098)
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Also this book,

Parisi Wilcox, Joan 2001
Keepers of the Ancient Knowledge. Vega Books, London.

(there is a more up to date version, but she has a web-site, does Joan, and very nice she is too, but I cannot remember the site - if you type in the book her or name, to Google and it will come up). All about Andean Shamanism - the Q'ero peoples
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Posted 5/29/2008 10:43 AM (#6120 - in reply to #6044)
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Thx for the site and the book info Paul- appreciated-

Iris, no, at this point I do not-the only ones committed so far I think are Tracy, you and myself...and Molly maybe..
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Paul Joseph
Posted 5/29/2008 10:48 AM (#6121 - in reply to #6120)
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I am minded not to deliberately set out with the intention; mainly because it all brings back too many painful, if lovely, memories, really: but do enjoy. I keep drifting back to the sea of plastic debris in the Pacific ... !
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Tracy Martin
Posted 5/29/2008 12:06 PM (#6132 - in reply to #6044)
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Paul, I was hoping you would be a guide, but it's okay. Actually, it is possible that anyone following this post may have a bit of a 'trippy' experience Sunday at 10 (CA time) whether intentionally or not. There is a connection here with the words, the story, the energy, the people, that draw us all together at some level. Of course, the rabbit hole goes even deeper than that.

I would like permission on that day to open a circle, calling on the directions, and the loving intentions of the sustaining energy in all its manifestation, and call your names individually (those who agree).

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Posted 5/29/2008 12:59 PM (#6137 - in reply to #6044)
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Agreed by me, lovely and the thought makes me bubble with joy.
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Posted 5/29/2008 1:03 PM (#6138 - in reply to #6132)
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OK Tracy, then I'll reconsider - how could I refuse? But I've already mentioned some things ...Thanks for the awesome thought anyway
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Posted 5/29/2008 1:05 PM (#6139 - in reply to #6044)
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PJ, I share your sentiments about painful and lovely- bittersweet, really.

How those 2 words can be used in the same sentence in my opinion is the crux of what love is. You offer much light onto this thread both in a geographical and divine sense, and your love for this place and the memories of it in your heart are palpable.
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Tracy Martin
Posted 5/29/2008 1:23 PM (#6142 - in reply to #6044)
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Paul, I feel  ~happy~ that you will reconsider! I hope more will join in, as there is a feeling of enfoldment, safety, adventure, and joy in the intention.

None of our mental knowledge will matter when it comes to our meditational/astral state. We can trust ourSelf. It is not a mental exercise. So we study a bit, look at pictures, hear about others adventures, it's a comfort.

No fear, no worrying about getting it done "right." Just entering into the meditational state with intention and letting it unfold, whatever it is will be good. No frustration, no struggling, just relaxed bodies and minds and open hearts. We are allowing our own intuitional imagination to rise up welcomed, as if in a movie that we are creating. No harm will come, even if some of the imagery and emotion seem stormy. At any time, one can gently awaken, choosing whatever is best for them in the moment.

There are a lot of students that report on the the Future Reincarnation state as being one in which telepathic communication will be normal. By creating this adventure together we are contributing to that future. Even if it is nothing but a fantasy, we are reaching into the depths of the unconscious and pulling up wisdom that will have meaning for each one.

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Posted 5/29/2008 1:27 PM (#6143 - in reply to #6139)
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Hi Tracy - I think this will be an amazing experience for everyone but on this occasion I have to ask not to be invited, I am practicing being present in this dimension, trying to keep my earth feet on solid earth as much as I can, if you know what I mean....

really looking hearing all about it though

love and feeling excited for all of you

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Posted 5/29/2008 1:49 PM (#6145 - in reply to #6143)
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Stillness, I absolutely understand where you are coming from! I am so glad that you are listening to your inner wisdom about groundedness! Many of our students are being called to focus their attention on the present moment, to center and ground themselves, it is a healing and strengthening place. This is what the nurturing wisdom within is empowering and directing you to honor. I honor your devotion to the Good in you!
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Posted 5/29/2008 2:03 PM (#6146 - in reply to #6145)
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Fascinating dialogue; responding in kind - tight and high stuff this ... perhaps it should be on a private area ... Tracy - I have given some guidance indicators on posts ... even my "new" photo .. I am content to be with those who choose to remain, too.

How to be secret in the open !!

And then again, where is, any place ?

the only one single place, is in the Heart ...

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Posted 5/29/2008 6:40 PM (#6159 - in reply to #6132)
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hi tracey,yes definately agreed by me,can,t wait,this is such a good idea,and its so full of love surrounding it,thankyou,love and hugs,irisxx
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Posted 5/29/2008 8:00 PM (#6160 - in reply to #6044)
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Hello - count me in!!! It will be 5am for me but in some way I'll be there - the time doesn't matter I'm sure. I think I'll prepare the night before. I'll like to find some sage to cleanse - when I moved from the UK I had to leave all of my dried herbs behind because of immigration rules.

The funny thing is two weekends ago, as I was driving to the shops I had a thought about how I'd like to do some writing about Peru and maybe visit there someday. When I got to the shops there was a musical group of people from Ecuador (near enough) in full dress playing the most beautiful music so I bought one of their CD's called Ricchary so I'd really love to be there and thank the universe (in you and around you) for all of the signposts.... you can look at their photos so you can visualise my experience at http://www.ricchary.com/Newspapers.htm

It is such a wonderful blessing to be with you all.

Be meeting you...
Louise
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Posted 5/29/2008 11:56 PM (#6162 - in reply to #6044)
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There are no mistakes in life as you know, Lovely Louise- and yes-your recent nudges and signposts are so strong and real... and yes...see you there....looking forward to sharing afterwards too...all part of the Plan.....obviously very meaningful and important for you to be there, for us to share this together....
Sending love and smile to you and yours

Noted also is what Tracy said earlier about how even if you are not with us that morning intentionally, just the reading and absorbing of these posts will make us feel "trippy" ( Love that word ) Oh, that is the word she used, isn't it!? Totally vibrational in essence. We are All one.

I love this.
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Tracy Martin
Posted 5/30/2008 11:02 AM (#6174 - in reply to #6044)
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Glad you will participate Louise!
I am thinking of an intention of holding a space of light and love for others, for the world. It is such a powerful place!
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Posted 5/30/2008 10:28 PM (#6219 - in reply to #6044)
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I have been doing much conscious energy work lately, partly in preparation for my astral projection, mostly because it is what wisdom tells me to do now. This morning I swirled in the water of the pool watching the ripples move out from me. I found myself doing opening heart movements. I cleared my mental and emotional bodies of negative energy with light energized wave upon wave. Criticism,discontent, withholding, thoughts of pain, all dispersed. I dove intothe Now.

My consciousness filled the pool and enveloped the dozen or sowomen in the aerobics class. I felt their energy, individually and collectively pulsate in the water and in consciousness. It was good for me to practice connecting with a group. I joined them for most of the aerobic class. I am intuitively focused on the movements of my body in the water, Aware of the pleasure of dancing in the water, in gratitude to the water and the Universe for this moment, thankful for the grace,beauty, and needs of my body. Intentions of health moved through the water.

I have been having a few screenshot images of the emerald green of Macchu Picchu, or the astral travel experience throughout this day. They are quite vivid and meaningful. This is unusual for me, or perhaps I am just becoming more aware of the flights of my mind.

First I fly down to the Macchu Picchu site orienting on the red flower. There is anative man there dressed in a white cotton loincloth, armband, cloth headband. Black-blue hair, and piercing black eyes. He seems to beaware of me hovering right above, he can see me! And I sense hostility.

In between I was doing slow and pleasant things for this day. I made abeautiful bouquet of flowers for Mille. A pink rose, some red fuschiaangels, a ferm, a white carnation, and some gentle purple flowers inthe background. I am thinking, I am in a cleansing period here, aletting go. My heart is opening, my mind is clear and light. I burnedsage throughout my rooms.

Another flash, I swirl around him as if surrounding him with a vortex of sparkling colored light and his fear and anger is gone. He looksvery innocent, very trusting and happy.

Another flash, I zoom in like a golden arrow. I am a strong, confidentwarrior woman. Nothing can harm me, there are no harmful intentions present. I throw light like the old farmers scattered seed in a wide sweeping arc all around themountain. There is a great hum of joy and agreement.

Another flash, I go to a green plaza and ask permission to come andlearn. Silence. Then I see the flashing light-bodies of women allaround in a circle, and I can see that there are many beings as if made of shimmering lights filling the place. There is welcome. There is Heart wide open. Why are we here? Why was this the place?

I read the Astral Projection course and I detect no fear in me. We are gathering in love, and it is more than just us. We are gathered in a sacred convocation. The course says that the astral plane is filled with need, and that we can help, especially to direct people further on, to their true Self, to the Light. We are going to a sacred mountain.

Now I am going to do a stillness meditation, and later tonight some small focused astral experiments.
This is already trippy!
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Posted 5/31/2008 1:36 AM (#6221 - in reply to #6044)
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Hi all.....
     HOLY CRAP!
     I read private messages first before I went to the forums, and now I UNDERSTAND!
     This is no joke......I am reading/listening to the audio version of Isabella Allende's "Ines of My Soul" and we have just left Peru bound for Chile. Pizarro had just conquered the Incas and sanctioned the incursion into Chile. Pizarro is plundering Quechua, as you guys say Machu (Macchu) Picchu.
      Now, get this (and please don't laugh)...I dreamed that I was there, for some reason, and I dreamed that several "name like" people from this website were there....but dreams are hazy and I won't say who you are. I dreamed that I had a blue coat, and rode a white horse, and that I had (an anachronism) my trademark mirrored sunglasses; which I dropped. I dreamed that I wanted to go back and get them, as I do not like people to look me in the eyes, as my eyes always speak the truth, and I can tell from others eyes when they are false (which I can in real life).
     So, when you guys arrive, as you will, look for bits of blue fabric (from my jacket), platinum white hair (from my horse), and shards of mirror (from my glasses). If you find any or all, please DON'T tell me.....I don't want to think about the meaning of that....it is too much for me!

It is 1:18 am on May 31st, year of our lord 2008.
I don't know if I can go back to Quechua, as what was done there is too vivid in my mind. The Incas were not nice people, BUT the Spainards brought cruelty to new heights of contemplation. HOWEVER, it is a "religious, i.e. mystical " place in that there is an energetic power there (IMHO)....my only question is "can one sense a good or an evil?"
I hope there is much followup on this post...when you go there and come back!

Safe Journey to you all,
Marty and Conquistadorian Gatos, Suertely, Poppy and Hijassss
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Posted 5/31/2008 1:47 AM (#6222 - in reply to #6221)
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hi mr muppet,i have missed you,truthfully,i love your humour and honesty,and gentleness of heart,i would love to meet you on michu pichu,but you must do as your soul desires,listening to your heart,intuition.I will keep this short,as i have lots of prer to do today,but wanted to send my loving thoughts to you,shine your light mr m,take car,lots of love,hugs irisxxx
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Posted 5/31/2008 10:28 AM (#6226 - in reply to #6044)
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Wow Marty! Synchronicities! We are astonishingly connected!
All of our intentions are for a peaceful and love radiating adventure.
Any bad energy will be transmuted by our joy!

Hello Sunflower! Glad you are back and hope that all has gone well for you with your family.
Last night I ended up writing a lot and considering the healing journey.
I ended up doing stillness and silence meditations. It took awhile to quiet the energy.
All of my chakras have been brightened and expanded.
Today I will focus on being grounded and loved by the Universe!

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Posted 5/31/2008 11:52 AM (#6231 - in reply to #6143)
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Thanks for your honesty. It is clear to me that you heard the Saturnian message to be grounded in the body. Karmic Saturn in transiting health conscious and down-to-earth Virgo. Some of us felt the message to bring the spiritual mystical Piscean energy into the physical body, in the here and now. I've been practicing that.
Even Eckhart Tolle mentions that if we can experience the light in our physical bodies, if we keep our consciousness in the present moment, we could even age at a slower rate. So, enjoy your own personal journey, shed your body with lots of light, and don't forget to share your insights with the rest of us.
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Posted 5/31/2008 1:14 PM (#6233 - in reply to #6044)
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Ahaha Marty-

Holy Crap says it as perfect as you can! I am tingling at the thought.. ( not at the thought of holy feces in any way, though, that's just gross ) but at our travel tomorrow. Total connection is where it's at!

So real that you had this dream... such validation! I was also "surveying" land last night, I however did not have a clear sense as to where I was..just geographically south, with many crags and physical challenges around and drastic changes in temperature in the air as well as being misted on by pink-red rain.

Tracy, something about you lately, lady. You were always radiant however you feel so amazingly colorful and vibrant - a different hue shall we say, ...Just the thought of reading your experiences Friday have me feeling so happy and grateful to be alive.

Today I start my preparation by drinking even more water than usual, distilled water actually. Meditation, mindful walking, I will swim also, and roll around on my floor and play with my 4 legged babies (In reference to Rose's post about the healing effects of soft warm fuzzy babies and human contact), and stare into Jordyn's blue green eyes for some ancient wisdom that she may want to share.

Then will come the laundry, dishes, floors ,shopping and cooking. I mean, it is all about priority.

Love to all
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Posted 5/31/2008 5:06 PM (#6238 - in reply to #6044)
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After saying I only logged on for one message I remembered I said I would reflect about the Macchu Picchu experience tomorrow.

I am too travailled by the purposes of my heart, past and very much past, to take part. But please do enjoy the togetherness. In the spirit of Tracy's lovely thoughts the other day, I have been preparing pathways, so wish you wonder.

Say hello to the Hitching Post of the Sun for me. Though I am there already, much of the time.

Namaste
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Posted 5/31/2008 5:29 PM (#6240 - in reply to #6044)
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Paul, your view is respected and understood...I am sure we will see you there, even without your intention of joining us.

Consider yourself warmly hugged~

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Posted 6/1/2008 12:56 AM (#6245 - in reply to #6047)
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hi all,peace be with you,i look forward to meeting you all in the astral,love and light to all,big hugs,iris xxx
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Posted 6/1/2008 11:06 AM (#6247 - in reply to #6044)
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Posted 6/1/2008 11:07 AM (#6248 - in reply to #6044)
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I wish I could join you all, but Im bound to the mundane at the moment, Ill be here when you all return.
Enjoy yourselves!!
I implore for your protection and quality of experience.
I beseech upon you all, all of my will, for your workings of light and love.

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Posted 6/1/2008 11:08 AM (#6249 - in reply to #6044)
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Good morning everyone!

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Posted 6/1/2008 11:26 AM (#6251 - in reply to #6044)
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Hi Lori! I had more experiences last night in meditation. I found myself in the bodies of two warriors on white donkeys. Very sober. There was no intention towards violence. Did you read Marty's post? The 'implications' are that we indeed share in a common consciousness. 
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Posted 6/1/2008 11:27 AM (#6252 - in reply to #6249)
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Good morning to all of you, courageous light-workers.
I am enveloping all of you with caring and loving thoughts. Have the most uplifting experience. Wow. I see beautiful rainbows on the way.
Just breathe in and don't worry about altitude sickness. ;-)
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Posted 6/1/2008 11:30 AM (#6253 - in reply to #6044)
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Oh! The most interesting thing was the experience with my astral body in my room. I found that I could be conscious or have the perspective of both the astral body and myself in the bed at the same time. I found that my astral body can change appearance, be somewhere instantaneously, and seemed to have a real 'knowing' of what to do. I played around with the various techniques but it was as if my astral body was humoring me! 
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Posted 6/1/2008 11:40 AM (#6254 - in reply to #6044)
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Good morning again all..and yes Tracy, I understand the implications and yes indeed, we all do share that, which is what makes this so sacred and special!
Donkeys for you..white donkeys, pure white donkeys...you have tapped into their pureness...me..coyotes singing canyon song in tongues...gypsy like and wild in nature...
Waving also hi to Maru and Iris and NE-thank you for your kind thoughts.....
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Posted 6/1/2008 11:42 AM (#6255 - in reply to #6044)
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Okay, I am going to start making some preparations. In about an hour (9:30 AM Pacific)  I will open a circle and call on the names of those who have committed, and leave it open for the many others who may like to join in. In the meantime there have been many helpful suggestions on the thread. I will be back on the Board later on, maybe after 11. See you in some form or another on Macchu Picchu!! 
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Posted 6/1/2008 11:46 AM (#6256 - in reply to #6044)
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Signing off now too...I will attempt to catch this wave in my inexperience-but with prayer I know my intention will make up for that.

Love to you all..and fasten your seatbelts

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Posted 6/1/2008 11:47 AM (#6257 - in reply to #6044)
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A song has entered me, the sound of glass windchimes and crystal armonica, and the verse, "come to the light at machu picchu.." when I went outside.

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Well, I can certainly take a few minutes to participate how lovely is this...I will need to set my alarm so I will be on time.

Love and peace to all of you this wonderful AM on a Sunday and such a beautiful Sunday...
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Posted 6/1/2008 2:54 PM (#6259 - in reply to #6044)
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Macchu Picchu Sunday ~~Tracy

A softly scented violet incense burned and a spray of lavender filled the room. The ring of a brass tibetan singing bowl toned a high and resonant welcome to each of the directions. The qualities addressed in the directions were clear and loving, appreciation pierced my heart and stretched it open. How beautifully the seasons go round the circle, birth and growth, decay and death. All of it supporting our experience of being in this world. In the North I asked for the blessing and wisdom of the elders and Masters to teach us and guide us. I called the names of those who agreed to be named in the circle. I opened the circle to guests and invisible users whose intentions are high, and the beings of nature's kingdom seen and unseen to assist us.

I see Maru's face all golden with light first, smiling at me. I sense Lori as a rich, deep purple light. Iris is shining a joyful yellow andgentle pink. Louise is brightly nourishingly green with sparks of yellow. Molly is orange in many shades, with comforting down to earth tones as well. We form a circle and begin rising up from theEarth..spiraling up.

Far above the planet, I see a ribbon like stream of light following us. More beings of light! More friends are moving along with us! I find myself thinking of several others on the Board but let it go and hope they are blessed. We all swirl and dance, so delighted and content to be there in space.

Do you remember a time, or a vision, when we danced holding hands in the deep dark of the Void? We, a shimmering congl0meration of multicolored light radiating our essence of joyful harmony and creative delight. We are soooo beautiful swirling together, whirling together, one Being more beautiful than the aurora beaurealis! Flickers of light in the all encompassing darkness, created in the image of God. I find I want to stay here. There is a struggle in my heart. But, we turn and begin our beautiful dance down to Earth,

The snow covered mountains of Peru are below us. Macchu Picchu comes into view, its green terraces glowing. Where is Sunflower, I think, seeking to orient on her. She has found the flower. She is caressing it without touching it. Beams of pink light radiate outwards from her,orange glows from her and fills the air and our own beings with energy. I look around and all the beings around, thousands of them are radiating colors. The colors seem to build up in the air around us forming an inverted pyramid. Some beings are sending out mainly one color, but most are sending many different colors.

I start to drift upwards in this multicolored are of light. The light covers Macchu Picchu and reaches up thousands more feet. I float to the top and sit. All my feelings of 'having to do something" of being responsible, or fears of failing this or that fled. I am enjoying hanging out there by myself, but I sense that I am being called back, so I start spiraling down.

I am thinking of my friend "M." I am thinking I want your healing as much as I want mine, freedom from the mental suffering we inflict onourselves. Suddenly "M" is there and I say "Oh! I'm sorry, you didn't want to be here! But look, we can heal ourselves here, in the light."M" says "Yeah, I know" and there is a feeling of great joy. We both continue to spiral down to our friends on the Macchu Picchu steps.

At the bottom I rest. All that I need to do is radiate my light. Nothing more. I played with sending different colors out and had an interesting time with white. (My brain was clicking as if things were opening and energy being released.) I stayed this way, playing with light, feeling the light of others around me until I became more and more alert in my body, til around 10:30.

There was more that happened, perhaps it will flash in. I'm happy with my experience, I can't wait to hear what you experienced. Thank you for your energy and presence!!!
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Posted 6/1/2008 3:03 PM (#6260 - in reply to #6044)
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**edited portion- James I read your post on your reflections. I wonder if we tuned into the same frequency? I think it is so pure and amazing. Tracy, again, your experience was so joyous and lovely. I really enjoyed it so much and feel so touched!

I awoke at 1030 from my travels, and immediately typed into Notepad everything that was fresh in my mind: I will just cut and paste it here- Thank you all for being present here.

Arrived..alone at first, then felt everyone's arrival. Joined in a circle. All dressed in our native garb. All beckoned by our Ancestral Goddess. Mine of Hungarian descent- gypsy. Gorgeous colors. Deep knowingness in her eyes. She performed an energetic rewiring on us for our journey. My Great great maternal grandmother. All of our hair was braided together. We embraced the sadness and devastation here. The rocks and mounts cry and weep at night. Small fires erupt where the lost spirits lie. My ancestor tells us that we were brought here in this special group in an envelope to be an example of love and peace and forgiveness. A beautiful young girl called Amina is born out of a flowering bush. She thanks us for hearing her call. She has been waiting. She is from the ancient Bilabo? Belibu ? Pilapu? Tribe. We are all her ancestors and belonged to this tribe. Some of us, however were originally of opposing tribes. The birth af a sacred baby inter-tribally caused the re-union of Us as the Tellers of Truth and Forgiveness. We are to lead by example. Amina beckons us to sit in a sacred circle that has been cold for all of time. She asks why such sadness here, she feels confused. We tell her it stemmed from unholy greed. She is all knowing now. A vibrating sacred gong begins. There we sit and the golden white purity of the Creator arrives in the center, smoking a pipe-exhaling lavender fumes. We breathe this into our lungs. We all separate and are guided to distinct areas of the terrain. There the mountains begin to weep streams of sadness and much water. We breathe our purple breath out of our lungs creating an impermeable mist over, around and under this whole massive place..each molecule magnified with pure Love. We offer our gratitude to those who guided and beckoned us here. We offer to linger. We will forever be there.

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Posted 6/1/2008 3:24 PM (#6261 - in reply to #6044)
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My personal and strong feeling is that Tracy who brought this Astral travel adventure to light IS the Sacred baby I refer to. I shared this with Tracy personally and I wanted to share it with all of you.

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Posted 6/1/2008 3:45 PM (#6262 - in reply to #6044)
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Please arrange another, I missed out on being there, but felt the sunrise on the other side.
The song in my mind has since faded away and has only strengthened my resolve to be fully present in the next.
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Posted 6/1/2008 3:50 PM (#6263 - in reply to #6044)
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James and Rose, through your desire, you were present. Thank you!

Lori ~ we are all the sacred child, every person who draws closer and closer to their essential Being, has an inner shining like the newness of a newborn baby. "I AM you and you are me and we are all together!"

I wondered about the 'unholy greed' which was the cause of suffering. It is said that our mental suffering is our inner struggle with wanting things to be different than they are.

I caught the similarities too...joining in a circle, our unique and colorful appearances, our desire for peace/unity/harmony, lavender, purple, Macchu Picchu being covered with light.
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Posted 6/1/2008 4:16 PM (#6264 - in reply to #6044)
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James, if you set a half hour apart to do this you can enter into the same 'time' that we were there.  The circle was/is open for you. Your clair-audience set a 'part' of you there with us for sure! It is only necessary to focus a meditation on this to uncover the experience.

I am sure we will do something similar again, but you have not missed it!

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Posted 6/1/2008 5:41 PM (#6265 - in reply to #6044)
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Let me share my experience. I visualized the mountains and saw, felt the stones, the remnants and other presence. I had sounds of dolphins in the background and sandalwood burning filling the air. I believe it's instinctual that mentioned a baby. Now I didn't know who the baby was, but I saw a baby, and I saw soft, almost like translucent balls of light, different colors including purple, but I didn't know who they were or what they were.

I confess I'm not as good at receiving information, thought or experience as I am at projecting it to others. I saw a bear...I don't know why but I did. And it was exactly 1/2 of hour of meditation. I was completely lost in the experience. I did not set the time but the phone rang exactly 1/2 hour into the experience. And that awakened me.

When I awakened I felt warmth and just a strong feeling of love. I felt so refreshed! In a word this was AWESOME! Absolutely awesome!

Lacking advanced skills but still willing to try and would love to do this again.

love and peace to you all.

Tracy what a wonderful and beautiful idea, lets do this again.

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Posted 6/1/2008 7:04 PM (#6266 - in reply to #6044)
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Hi Rose, sounds like you had an amazing experience also! Validating that you saw a baby..and the bear- "the bear was thought to possess diplomacy equal to its great strength and it is the emblem of ferocity in the protection of kindred. A bear is also a symbol of healing and personal health, strength and bravery".

How appropriate. This is the first astral travel I have every done that was intended. Usually I wake to find that I was indeed traveling, but this one had intent. Much stronger, much more vivid and forthright. Yes, Let's do this again!

Tracy, I appreciate your feelings on us all being children...I just feel strongly that you were the "baby" rejoining our tribes. !!

Love to all..what a day..I slept after that, and of course was parched..guzzling water here!!

PS: Nice to see you on, Jill..how was the bash?

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Posted 6/1/2008 7:22 PM (#6268 - in reply to #6044)
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Thanks instinctual for the insight. I felt really good about the bear being there. Tall and watching over everything, just didn't really understand if it was someone's manifestation or what. Yes I've had unexpected experiences of astral travel but never anything like this were it was intended and meeting with so many others at the same time.

The Baby was happy, appeared to be floating. At one point I found myself resting on the ruins and I could see cloud formations moving. I could hear and feel the wind. More would have probably become vivid given more time. I guess I should have unplugged all the phones. Next time I'll do that.

I really needed that today. Seems to have settled the core of me. I feel peaceful and grounded. Connected.
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Posted 6/1/2008 9:11 PM (#6270 - in reply to #6268)
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Hi Rose! I am happy to hear that you had strong feelings of peace and contentment. That is your true nature. It sounds like our meditations were a half hour. And you saw a baby too! Bear is a very powerful being!

I've been feeling kind of contentedly floaty since this morning, not quite present, not concerned about it.

There are continuing births throughout our lives. We are always being born. Wisdom is born when we stretch open our hearts, accepting the good and the bad, loving ourselves enough to soothe our thoughts and let them subside.

I hope Sunflower and Molly return soon!

Oh, Maru said she had flashes. One was walking up those steep rockstairs and it was hot. And also calling me to come down. I did feellike someone was calling me to come back at one point. She held an openheart space full of light and love for us.
  

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Posted 6/2/2008 1:31 AM (#6274 - in reply to #6044)
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Hey all - I cast a circle of crystals with the intention of a sacred and safe place in which to join, I lit a candle and as I stared into the flame, I could see our collective light and felt instantly that we were together and we were one. I consciously allowed myself to leave my body, checking in with myself, sitting on the floor cross-legged before looking up and leaving to the heavens. As I did so, we were one in the neverending space and as we held hads, completing our circle my first emotion was a kind of sadness, I felt tearful but happy at the same time - I heard the words - "back together..again". We then went down to Machu Picchu, I arrived first and then my next vision was of us sitting together in a circle like the crystal circle I had cast - it was dark and flames were flickering in the middle. We weren't introducing or anything like that - we were the joining of one - I felt that we were the universe - there was no-one absent - we were regathering - we were life - we were at peace. We were agreeing of our mission - the scene actually reminded me of something out of Dances with Wolves! Tracey - you are the lightbearer - a trusted wayshower - Lori - a medicine man (yes male in this visitation) - sunflower - I saw a manifestation of love - a gentle sensitivity - I didn't see you but you were a radiating circle of light - I felt your innocence. Paul - I had to keep coming back to you, you were holding something back - I saw wisdom - a man with a cloak across his chest but I couldn't feel you. I returned to you, and after about the third time you opened your cloak and there was the symbol of the Ankh (I didn't know what it was I'm afraid but I remembered it off Lori's website and looked it up since - the symbol of life I think) - oh yes - you were here on unfinished business - I just couldn't feel what it was - and then white doves flew from your chest going up into the night sky (like lots of them!). We were aware of life as it had been created - were aware of the dark and light - yet there was only peace and companionship. I wanted to complete my observation of the circle but couldn't get beyond Paul and what he had to say but wasn't - it's like the mystery of the universe - and perhaps now reflection of that part of my inquisitive nature - anyway the Ankh kicked my brain in gear and I came out..

On reflection the circle confirmed out intention and relationship - of being one - of remembering the simplicity in our true nature's - no drama - no struggles - all equal - all with the mission of manifesting life in all of its glory.
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Posted 6/2/2008 2:10 AM (#6275 - in reply to #6270)
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i am so full of love.I have nver done this before,but was not concerned,or afraid.I lit 3 candles,3 incence sticks,scattered drops of lavender essence all around,and rang my small brass bell in very corner of my room,this was at 5.30pm,my time was 6pm,i had showered,and asked forgolden rays to flow through me,and cleanse.I lay down,did breathing,and was filled with love for all,so much love,sent out love to each individual,and prayed for their protection and peace,and mentaly sent a pink rose petal to each individualy,to be seen on michu pichu when you arrived.I lay there,a great heat covered my whole body,i called in rainbow colours,and sealed them with gold.I was not aware i was sleeping,as my mind was picturing machu puchu.I concentrated on the pink flower,the one in the second picture,as that is where i was wanting to be,i felt great love for the flower,a mist started to arrive,but a gentle mist,i heard a voice beside me,a male voice,i didn,t hear what he said,it was so quick,but very powerful and loving.I looked down,and saw,in the green clearing,a circle of people holding hands,with something yellow in the centre,a white bird,dove like,flashed before me,i wanted to join the circle,and sent out love,i saw a mans lower half,his legs and feet,walking up a dusty,shingled slope,a flash also,then i heard a plane,i felt i was awake,and had not started,so waited,feeling deeply contented,sending out loving thoughts to all.I was just mesmerised by the flower,i don,t know if that is why i wasn,t able to join the circle below me.Then suddenly,and this is what worried,but not frightened me,was a thought in my mind,"its dangerous",i tried to rid the thought,but it wouldn,t go,i was calm with the thought,and felt as one with the pink flower.The last i remember was looking down on the circle,but couldn,t get there,i was at peace,and not forcing anything,but that thought still in mind,the next thing i knew,i woke at 8pm,felt calm,peacful and lovingso,said my thankyous,sent love to the universe,and love to all who had,or had not gone with us.So,i don,t know if i was actualy there,or if it was in my mind,thoughts,as i say,i have never done this before,so i will await any replies that can shed light on this for me please.I still have that warmth of love feling radiating from me,and a closeness to you all.I would love to try again,but i think i need more direction,and knowledge,i don,t know,but i did all i had taken in from the days of reading before hand,Anyway,sorry this is long,i get lost in the moment,love and light to you all,and thankyou Tracey,for making this possible,you are a pure loving soul,my love to all,and a big hug,iris xxx
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Love to you too Sunflower!
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Posted 6/2/2008 10:58 AM (#6282 - in reply to #6044)
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Iris~! Wow Lady, what a ride you took...xoxoxox Sounds like it was incredible, even though it was scary...the answer why will come to you honeypie have a great day ! xox
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Posted 6/2/2008 11:29 AM (#6284 - in reply to #6044)
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Louise, I felt the familiarity of all of us re-joining one another as well - and dancing together in space. Your vision of Paul and his unfinished business and the white doves flying from his heart! Oh my, how wondrous!
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Posted 6/2/2008 11:36 AM (#6285 - in reply to #6275)
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Sunflower...you and the flower you were loving were the first things I saw at Macchu Picchu. And I definitely got the pink petals of love! In my vision, you were the first one to realize that we were there to shine our own lights and your glowed so beautifully! Interesting that you too saw 'white dove' as Louise did. The circle included all of Macchu Picchu. Your peace at feeling both the love and the potential for danger is noted. I felt your energy was very strong sharing so much love.

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Posted 6/2/2008 11:47 AM (#6288 - in reply to #6044)
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Oh Louise, my eyes skimmed right over your post and I really do not know how! What a vivid and lovely experience....again, at the risk of overusing a word, so validating! We were so connected out there...I felt like we were the Metaphysical Charlies Angels (laughing out loud!) hahahahaaa!

This event has caused me to reflect on some things- my own vulnerabilities, shall we say....
Love to you and all
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Lori ! It has caused me to reflect on my own strengths! 
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Posted 6/2/2008 7:42 PM (#6293 - in reply to #6044)
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So right, Tracy..After much thought, I realize that there is not a huge difference between strength and vulnerability, you need one for the other...so I guess it's all how you look at it.
Yesterday wiped me out. I don't know if I did not fully leave M.P, or didn't ground myself or what happened, but I feel hurt, floaty, scared, tired, thirsty, sad....
anyone else hungover? Any suggestions?

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Hi all:
     QUITE REMARKABLE! Several of you used words, imagery, (and one even used a variation of a name) that Isabella Allende used in her historical novel.
      Ms. Allende was actually there. I must conclude that you all were also there.
      Could the "Hungarian" garb been a reflection of the Quechuan ceremonial garb??????? Hmmmmm.......I think yes, as it would have been strikingly similar.

Safe journeys to you all,
Marty and Ketch-as-kats-Kan, Luckyquotl, Poppyquzicoatl, and Sissyzuma.
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hi lori,i,m so glad you mentioned feeling wiped out,i also felt the next day,hurting,aching,very tired,and a mixture of emotions,even tears,and hurt.I didn,t like to say,as i felt i was the only one,and had done something wrong.I still ponder as to why it was beutiful and euphoric,yet,scary,and the thoughts of danger.As i have said,i have never done this before,but had read up all the info,days before,and leading up to.Could it be that i had done it wrong,and not grounded,or had i not managed to reach there at all,because was new to me,and i still can,t understand how i couldn,t reach the circle i saw below me,the one were all had joined hands,and a yellow thing in the middle.Maybe i think and analyse too much,i will leave it there,still loving,still warm,still content,love to all,big hugs,iris xxx
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Posted 6/3/2008 10:46 AM (#6311 - in reply to #6044)
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I have a dear friend from back east- Eve Kerwin..she is an amazing channel for White Buffalo Woman- anyway, when she felt too attached to her results which is what I think may be happening with us Iris, she would eat chocolate and that would ground her.

I feel love and connection to you too, Miss pretty Iris-
Enjoy your day...mine is such a busy one- YIKES!!

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Has anyone had any unusual developments in their lives after Machu Picchu Sunday? Just curious, because something strange happened that's never happened to me before. And it could be simply coincendental but you know me; I love to explore the possibilities, thoughts and see if there's been any shared experiences out there.

I came away feelings very peaceful and thinking to myself, "how wonderful it would be if people would just rest for a couple of days and put the day to day business aside.

Monday morning, I picked up my phone and it was dead. So I did the hour wait on the phone spoke with the phone company to which I was informed that the lines would be down for two days. TWO DAYS! I said you're kidding. What's going on? Seems someone cut a service line. I had phoned them on my cell and then had a quiet moment or two to calm down, come to the realization that I was reduced to cell communication only, and remember I had wanted this disconnection and quiet for two days. That lasted a very short time and I realized just how much I would miss the connection. So I thought, I wanted it but not right now. About ten minutes later I look at the phone and the display is back on. And I thought, no way, is it back already? Yes the lines were working just that fast.

Must keep reminding myself to be careful what I wish for....it could be mere coincendence. What really stood out to me were the events before this happened, and the fact that after years with this same phone company I've never had an incident where they were going to be down two days. They were so sure of the two days they told everyone that there would be service credit given as well.

Is it possible for a thought to vibrate that strongly and manifest itself through others actions bringing about a desired affect?

Curious for feedback from some of my more learned fellow students and graduates.

Love and Peace to you all....
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Posted 6/3/2008 11:37 AM (#6317 - in reply to #6044)
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I didnt fully participate in the MP event, but I was very mindfull of it, and felt the occurances.
I had a pretty wierd kind of vision occur to me while I was doing physical training with my division.
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Posted 6/3/2008 11:46 AM (#6318 - in reply to #6044)
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I was told that it is a frequent symptom to feel tired, wiped out, achey after an astral projection, so please do not feel too concerned about it. Chocolate sounds like a great idea! I found myself doing very grounding activities on Monday. I felt kind of floaty afterward, as if I were vaguely drifting through my day.

I was trying to make some travel plans and the amount of hours (at least 10) that I would be driving made me feel so impatient and tired just thinking about it! It is so much easier to show up somewhere instantaneoulsy. (LOL!)

Lori, yes, there is great strength in our vulnerability...the heart is wide open! Iris, whatever we may need to process may also happen quicker and be easier to understand. Rose, you are a powerful manifester!

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Posted 6/3/2008 2:34 PM (#6333 - in reply to #6044)
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Thanks Tracy, yes indeedy. I do feel much better, even without chocolate, as I function with very low blood sugars normally. If I eat sweets, my sugar skyrockets, then crashes lower than it was. I just drank alot of water and separated myself from my course work since Sunday and focused on being rooted firmly- household chores has that effect on ya! hahaha

Yeah, we got to M P in a second. Why can't the airlines do this?? We didn't even make one mark in our carbon footprint log!

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Tracy Martin
Posted 6/3/2008 3:23 PM (#6337 - in reply to #6317)
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Hey NE, do you want to share your wierd vision?
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Posted 6/5/2008 9:21 AM (#6377 - in reply to #6316)
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Hi Rose, you are such a pretty Rose and have such a beautiful presence here. Yes..to answer your question. I have only really communicated in here today, since Sunday or Monday..because I just felt so raw, unprotected, unsure of myself, and at home I normally tend to shoot right from the hip but now I just cry when I am upset and close myself up..I am starting to "come around" but I think it has something to do, as I mentioned somewhere here- with my not grounding myself completely after the process Sunday..secondly..I am indeed having some increased
psychic ability..and instinct is heightened- I am just not sure if I am manifesting my thoughts into reality, or if I am indeed more intuitive...ya know? Anyway..my head is spinning with so many things going on in my house right now....just not sure if "viewing" these issues from a new reality is hurting me, or if it is just a new ability to see things with "rose" colored glasses. No Pun Intended

Have a great day, everyone!
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Posted 6/5/2008 10:23 AM (#6378 - in reply to #6044)
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Hello Instinctual! Thanks for the feedback and the warm greeting. Same back to you, I love your picture is that Mayan or Incan? Maybe something completely different, looks Mayan or Incan to me.

Hope you find yourself more grounded. What helps me is to spend quiet time in Nature, sit in front of a lake, get outside somewhere where there's lots of trees, birds and your own animals if you have some buddies to bring along on your nature quest. It's a family affair! Pack up a good barbecue or lunch for everyone including the family pooch if you have one. And just allow nature to breath all the good fresh air and love that Mother Earth has to give to you. There's nothing better for me. Sometimes I just sit out under the stars at night and just become one with the peace I feel. You know instinctual after a night like that it doesn't matter what's going on in this illusion of life becuase I know exactly how I exist despite the chaos that may swim around me during the day.

There is a calmness and peace that belongs to you. All you need do is claim it and it's yours. I hope you have a really loving and peaceful day.

Take time today and let nature embrace you, completely ingulf you.
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Posted 6/6/2008 10:40 AM (#6405 - in reply to #6044)
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Hi Rose and thank you for the thoughts, yes I have been doing those exercises and also praying to my personal angel ( In reference to Iris' angel post ). I am back to me, phew, what a week! Has anyone experimented with Angelic automatic writing? It is , to me, an absolutely incredible way to view your messages and to get into deeper contact with your Spirit. "Teddy" is my personal angel....and helps me tremendously always, with great humor and sensibility and tenderness. In fact, I will go onto Iris's angel post and share what happened to me just yesterday when I prayed to the angelic realm.

Love to all..
IL
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Posted 7/6/2008 9:44 PM (#6907 - in reply to #6044)
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Hi all:
     After watching a GlobeTreker that took us viewers to high in the Andes, I realized that I will never be able to go there.
     I always thought that when I retire, when I have the money, when I have the time....I would. And it was on my list of places to go and things to do. But, I have seen that a much younger man had problems acclimatizing to the altitude, which says to me that I have no chance....not with the way I have lived and spent most of my life.  Not that I am decrepit, but I am not able to do this one thing; and perhaps some others.
     Sooooo...my advice is that if you want to do something like this, do it now, before it is too late. And, let us know what it was like to stand where the Gods ruled for their time and place.
P&L,
Marty and Nine Lived Cats, Luckylee, Poppyhead and my little SissyGirl...the baby of the family.

   
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Paul Joseph
Posted 7/7/2008 5:03 AM (#6908 - in reply to #6907)
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Marty - to assist acclimatisation in the Andes, you can take oxygen; drinking coca tea or chewing coca leaves also helps. Personally I have rarely felt more alive than when I was there (in physical form); though many people do suffer with the altitude, even people born and brought up there.
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Posted 7/7/2008 11:21 PM (#6920 - in reply to #6044)
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Hiya PeeJay:
     Gadzooks! Coca would probably kill me! I don't need the ticker to tock faster than it all ready does.
      It is like the difference between La Paz and Sucre. I will be fine in one and not be able to see the lake of the other.
       But, I have had the benefit(?)  of knowing anthropology  students who went to various Central and South Americal places, and brought back many great and wondrous things.
        And, brewed up in a proper manner, and ingested, I saw that there is a God, much greater than anyone can envision. It took several times to truly see, and it cost me a lot to "see".
        My companions, wanting to enhance my experience, played for me a part of an opera I really like ( I was in sensory deprivation) and I heard things that no one else could. To this very moment, if I hear a certain part of "Madama Butterfly" I will begin to cry uncontrollably, and I cannot stop.
        Meanwhile, they are monitoring my eeg, ekg and all the other little g's that can be prodded at with little wafers, and I am truly and totally dead. But, I was never more alive in my life than at these moments of life.
       Be that as it may, if you have been to the big Inca fortress in the sky, I am sure we would all like to read of your experience. Will you tell us?

Peace my brother,
Marty and Luckylee, Poppyhead and SissyGirl
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Posted 7/8/2008 4:55 AM (#6925 - in reply to #6920)
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Marty - coca leaves and/or tea, unadulterated and sold legally in shops in Peru, did not significantly raise my heart beat. Something of what you said reminded me of why Ian Fleming entitled his James Bond novel, "You Only Live Twice" - from a Japanese proverb, - 'you only live twice: once when you are born and once when you look death in the face' (in the song for the film version this became, 'you only live twice; one life for yourself and one for your dreams').

As for Peru and me; too much and too personal to relate here; except in brief, the experience opened my soul. And as Pascal said, 'the heart has its reasons, that reason does not know'. Hence my incapacity to do the astral trip. One of the many things that came from it was a poem that i had submitted to the old Starlight that seems not to have crossed dimensions, so I will put it here. It has an intresting provenance in that it was accepted by the Living in Peru web-site, that then, very movingly for me, evoked memories of their own pilgrimages from some Peruvian people:

INVOCATION TO THE LORD OF Q’OLLORITI


I missed the trek to your heartland
I missed the walk to the heights
I could not get out of my sleeping bed
I could not awake to the light

Though the path of the heart glows within us
And to travel without, we must go in
So being here or there does not matter:
Only our integrity is what does.

So one day yet might I come to you
In the quietude of the night; where
Dawn and dusk come together
Flesh and spirit become one.




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