I feel compelled to tell my story of something interesting that happened a few months ago while I was trying to meditate. I had been really busy with work amongst other things. My job requires me to drive a Lot, so I decided to take a break since it was a really nice day out and pulled over next to a lake to just relax my brain for a while. Granted I hadn't Really meditated in a bit because I kept falling asleep while trying to do so, this time I just sat there gazing out over the waterscape and I started to hear someone speak up. It took me by surprise a little bit and I almost dismissed it as my imagination running as it usually does. But then I realized how distinct and clear the voice sounded, so I started asking questions to see who it was and she said she was my guide. I asked very specific questions to try to get a better understanding of whom I was dealing with and I got impressions of what she looked like, the sound of her voice and her general feeling.
I began to doubt everything but I got this feeling that this is not something that I could make up, it was just a knowing but after a few minutes, I wrote everything down for reference. I remember asking why I had not seen her before and she said, 'You were not ready, I've been here, just waiting'. It was reassuring and I asked for her to give me a sign for the future to identify it was her and she showed me something specific and I felt a specific physical sensation. I wanted to share this because it's been a long time since I'd had an experience like this and after years of doubts And confirmations, I think we should all remember the Feeling that is accompanied with an experience to help us validate. My doubts simply drift away as each day passes and I'm reminded that there is someone helping to guide all of us, you sometimes have to slow down and listen, feel and pay attention.
It's been 6 months since this experience and since then I feel like a door was opened that was partially open to begin with, I just didn't pay attention to it. Things are clearer and easier now. I think when we look back on our experiences, doubt tends to creep in because it just becomes a memory, but if we can remember how we Felt during these times, it reminds us that we are a part of something much bigger than ourselves and sharing these experiences can maybe help shed light for someone else that is going through the same thing.