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So, I know the earthquake in Haiti happened a while ago but the website wouldn't let me post my story until now.

So, way back I was sitting in class and I felt the table shaking and the rumbling sound of earth moving (I know this sound well cause my bedroom is in a basement and I have experienced 3 small tremors while in that room) My heart started POUNDING and I felt the adrenaline. My heart always starts beating hard when we get an earthquake even if it's small because where I live it is right above faults or whatever so we are expecting a HUGE one. So, anyway I though it was an earthquake so I slid my chair back to get under my desk. I looked to my friend beside me and suddenly my heart stopped pounding and everything stopped. There was no earthquake. Everyone was still doing there work and no one even looked at me or anything. It's weird though how my heart was pounding and then suddenly NOTHING. Back to my normal heartbeat... I thought maybe it was just someone moving a desk after that and that is what I felt and heard but the next day I learned that the earthquake in Haiti happened. Around the exact time that this experience happened to me and I live in BC, Canada. So no way it was an after shock. No one else felt it. So... Any ideas on what this is and anything like this happen to you?

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NaturalScience (229 posts)
 
9 years ago (2011-03-25)
Hi brother what means bhagwan aapke sath rahe? I know it is a mantra but from an idiom I don't know. For I know how Hindi looks, there is never a "double A" in front of a word in Hindi texts and I neither saw this in sanskrit texts before. I know this from the Haidakhan Babaji community's prayer books.

To explain how comes I can tell people the right thing about good karma? From my nun grand-aunt who gave to me all the riches of our Catholic karma yoga and bhakti yoga tradition (of course we name those paths with other words but it is exactly this), from the stories about heroes and saints I read - all I could find, from Abraham to Mahatma Gandhi, from the heart-rending struggle of Native Americans for surviving and remaining themselves to the "suicide commando" i.e. Martyrdom of 3000 young Soviet soldiers removing highly radioactive remains after Tchernobyl disaster, many died, others were crippled, but it was their sacrifice that made possible to enclose the atomic plant ruin -, from the example of how the Babaji people act in daily life, and last not least by Babaji's Truth Simplicity Love gospel itself.
Look at Ramaspirit.com - "ramadharma" - "dharma stories" there you will find some true stories from my own life about how to walk straight on crooked lines - this is what Dharma feels like most of the time to-day.
I there call meself Freedom, for I want humans to be free at last, after thousands of years of slavery, or perhaps for the first time ever. I believe in human rights, in equality of the races, in the hope that democracy in future will be more than just a beautiful word. For true dharma is done by free will and clear insight and mundane freedom is needed for such a life. Sapere aude, dare to check things out and to experiment, is the way for intelligent and strong-willed people to meet with THAT.
For the more sheep-like natures obedience may be optimum and sapere aude a path too dangerous and too lonesome, but this is no argument for dictatorship. Every true democracy NEEDS obedience - to Common Sense and to Law. Perhaps however we may not be grown-up enough as a species yet to deserve democracy... Some think so qwith good reasons. But I hope for something better - if we do all we can to make humankind deserve it! Be it as it be, the evil times we are now getting into will surely favor tyrant or at least authoritarian patterns in politics, and one of our tasks then will be to try to protect those injustly pursued. No matter if we are Monarchist or democratic in our personal structures, and no matter if we believe in some superiority of Race X or Religion Y or not. This is why I made alliance with RamaSpirit.com bridging a wide ideological gap. My grand-aunt hid pursued people, Jews and Christians, during Nazi time. She did not ask them for their faith. They were in need and she tried to help. That's dharma now in Japan, and will be everywhere... Soon!
Maverick_aj (1 stories) (15 posts)
 
9 years ago (2011-03-21)
Faithless:

Namashkar:)
I can completely understand your take on this situation as I stand in your exact same position, infact your words are mirroring the depths of my mind. Please understand, being an Indian, we have grown up in a very tolerant religious state of affairs. That being said, it doesn't mean you're faithless, as others might put it just because you don't accept a few religious ways and ideas. I shall explain how.

Im from an inter-religious family, yet I was drawn towards being a Hindu. Because of being surrounded by many different ways to reach God, like you, I realized that one sure shot way was to just love people and once you start loving them, God is automatically way more closer to you than ever... Because you suddenly see how beautiful people can be... As the Divine created them. Another thing I very strongly believe in is Forgiveness, something that comes very naturally to me. Betrayal is very hurtful to me as well, and affects everyone. But forgive. Karma, like NaturalScience said, can be earned by the most mundane and most complicated of acts. I shall also add that the crux of all religions is Love and Compassion. So, Dearest Faithless, if you are loving to people, you are automatically loving, compassionate and accepting of all religions and thus closer to God, no matter what others might call you. So, you're still on the right path. Take this as your way of dealing with things, its no problem.

Being psychic and an Indian is a little off in our country, I sometimes feel. We don't get that reception we need. But I have faith in you, myself and everyone else. You see, compassion is something that melts the hardest of veneers. I have seen people gradually change in front of my own eyes, and its beautiful:)

Keep up the Naam Jaap and we shall all see a better world, fellow Indian:)

Bhagwan aapke sath rahe:)
Maverick_aj (1 stories) (15 posts)
 
9 years ago (2011-03-21)
NaturalScience:

Everytime I read any of your posts, I only revel at one thing... The power that you have to guide others on the right path. And I'm so glad to be apart of this great forum and meet such a nice person like you, amongst many others.
God Bless:)
Faithless (23 posts)
 
9 years ago (2011-03-12)
Namaste. I'd definitely listen to the music. Grateful for the advice. 😁
NaturalScience (229 posts)
 
9 years ago (2011-03-12)
Namaste Brahmachari "Faithless".
I call you Brahmachari for who loves God more than all else is married to God, thus a Chaste One. And who has decided to pray for those who have done harm to him / her has decided to love God more than all else.
There is a great piece of music, you can and should hear it on Youtube, that shares your WWW name. "Faithless" of RUSH. Its name too is a farce. Every tune of it in fact is a testimony of the sublimest meta-religious or trans-religious Faith.
Faithless (23 posts)
 
9 years ago (2011-03-11)
NaturalScience,

I believe Love for Humankind and God crosses all realms of religions and boundaries. I have worshipped God as what's inside of me and inside of each living thing in this Universe, disbelieving in the existence of so many different religions. Some call me 'faithless'. But I am fully acquainted with the traditions of India and respect equally each religion. I rather believe there's only one religion - and that is Love for God and all living beings, because selfless Love is the solution to all problems that each. But I know I might not be comletely correct as many of the secrets of the Universe are still obscured from us. I think each of us souls are here to slowly learn about these mysteries and about our souls. Basically my profile name is a farce.

Recently I had the bitter experience of being betrayed by a friend. I was pushed to my limits. I was forced to seek answers from the Divinity and God inside of me. I have learnt to "bless those who curse you".

Thanks so much for the advice. I will definitely try to connect to God better.:)
NaturalScience (229 posts)
+1
9 years ago (2011-03-11)
Hi Faithless, you live in India, so you surely know what Indian traditions say about how to deal with turmoil. They advise everyone to repeat the Names of God (nam japa). I am German but know it from a Master who taught many Europeans, his name is Hadakhan Babaji.
This master also told us the Karma Yoga concept which is immensely precious for our time. I can give witness that it makes one survive with a comparativey sane mind even in impossible circumstances. He said "do every work you have before you as good as you can" but not for thinking of reaping mundane fruit but for love of God who made all things and who is within every atom. He said that every action no matter how banal or mundane it may be can made into a Poojah that pleases God and the Soul of Earth, Divine Mother, by this attitude and by repeating the Name of God while doing these chores; and this, he said, will raise one's own chance to survive turmoil as well as the chances of Humankind to survive near future as a species.
Everyone knows our race is in danger as a whole since the day the first nuclear bomb detonated; and this is why this Master taught people, traveled through whole India and did Poojahs and nam japa night and day until he died from exhaustion in 1984.
You call yourself Faithless, I think for rejection of blind faith of some kind that they tried to impose upon you. You will surely come over that and choose a grown-up variety of Faith which will make you use all your gifts, mundane, psychic, and spiritual, for the benefit of the world - good karma which will make you reap a good personal life too. But now do ONE step beyond your fear of blind faith, for in turmoil at least a little bit of this trait is needed, and buy yourself a japa mala and start to repeat regularly, for example every time you sit in your school bus or wait for your train, the Divine Name which you are most fond of. It is like giving S.O.S. Signal out into Universe. God hears everything, and being All-wise understands each of His/Her/Its uncountable names. Trust in this!
Faithless (23 posts)
 
9 years ago (2011-03-11)
Hey, I'm shocked by somethings that's happened to me! Please help with this. You know about the sadly very destructive earthquake that's just struck Japan. I've been getting this wierd feeling each moment through days and even nights since around 2 weeks, that the ground around everywhere seems to be err... Sort of floating or maybe getting lifted. I just 'knew' that an earthquake would strike anytime but didn't know quite where (I'm in India, far away from Japan), and I was absolutely sure of it. And it did strike today in Japan, of the greatest magnitude ever recorded in history. Now, the feeling of the ground 'floating' and the knowing of an earthquake going to happen, which were both very strong, stopped as soon as the earthquake ended (I learnt it later on returning home from school). At the time it was happening (which I did not know), I had felt suddenly taken over by an unexplainable grief and a very bad pain in my left arm, this too unexplainable. And now, the feelings have (almost) ended after 2 weeks, with this earthquake. I feel so much sad for everyone the disaster has victimised despite their innocence. I'm 17 and have other abilities; but this is something that's happened for the first time. Is this too an ability that I can possibly use for helping this world ridden by so much suffering? Please advise.
Gary123 (1 stories) (3 posts)
 
10 years ago (2010-04-12)
I joined this site for reasons similar to yours. I do know know why but about a week on average before an earthquake I get this "feeling." It is hard to describe but It's a deja vu along a feeling like you know something is about to happen. It usually happens while I'm relaxed, driving my car, which I do a lot with my job. These experiences used to happen in college many years ago but I have not had one since right before the large earthquake in Indonesia with the huge tsunami, years a go. I have predicted the recent Haiti, it happened 10 days after I felt it. South America, 4 days before hand. In fact I told my wife on Saturday April 3rd I had a feeling and the next day was Mexico/Baja earthquake. That was my first post on this site. I even commented on that day (check it out) in my post that my predictions don't usually happen right before, kind of of expecting another. Well there was another 7.7 in Indonesia on the April 6th. A smaller quake hit Spain today, 5.5. This would be 9 days after telling my wife and posting, the events seem to happen on average 3-10 days before hand. I don't know, I feel kind of hopeless with knowledge that I can't do anything about. I do not "see" these things happen like others can and I have no idea where. Anyone else share this type of thing? It's pretty freaky, I don't look for it to happen either, but it's undeniable the feeling I get.
epoy1984 (14 stories) (644 posts)
 
10 years ago (2010-03-10)
hello there I had also a vision like you do before it ever happened. I had posted my true real experienceI am not type of a person who lies but rarely I do make white lies because of certain matters.
123hope123 (8 stories) (124 posts)
 
10 years ago (2010-03-08)
I guess just to look out for it... Its really hard to say when it comes to disasters. Sorry I can't be more of a help. 😕
- Liz
WindRival (1 stories) (5 posts)
 
10 years ago (2010-03-08)
What exactly, were you doing at the time of premonition? Concentrating on something, alone in your thoughts, mulling over you favorite television program? This can help determine if this is casual or "on-demand". Interesting, nobody noticed...
Oracle101 (2 stories) (506 posts)
 
10 years ago (2010-03-08)
When the Earthquake in Mexico happened I thought it was happening here. It woke me out of my sleep. I quickly called all my friends and asked them if they felt it. They said there was no earthquake. That morning it was on the news. An earthquake had happened in Mexico and the time it was here when it happened in Mexico was at the very hour I had woken at (so I had felt it as it was happening there).

Another time I had dreamed of an earthquake in great detail. I saw the streets breaking up and the people falling inside, etc. It was devastating to watch. When I awoke I had written the dream down. I assumed it was China because the people were Asian. A few days later it happened but it was actually in Japan.

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angleGirl111 (1 stories) (113 posts)
 
10 years ago (2010-03-06)
Well Jesus tends to give people sighns of a diaster, I saw the grim reaper p[ass though my house on the same day.
Ukiyo (guest)
 
10 years ago (2010-03-06)
Well it maybe be the same thing. Okay, before a week ago of the earthquake I always thought "Earthquake Earthquake Earthquake" for straight week. And I always say the earthquake going to kill many people. I just thought I was playing around but when the earthquake happen I stopped thinking about. And no matter how much I try I can't think "Earthquake" like before.
songstarpsychic (6 stories) (10 posts)
 
10 years ago (2010-03-05)
nothing like this has ever happened to me before while I was awake. Dreams before have come true but about little non-important stuff like this girl bought a new shirt or my friend was moving into a new house. I am always dreaming and they have to do about NOTHING. But, I was wide awake and it seemed real like it was happening. And this was about somthing important you know? So, if anyone has any help... Please comment
123hope123 (8 stories) (124 posts)
 
10 years ago (2010-03-04)
Maybe this was a preconition. Has this happened to you before? 😁
- Liz

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