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A Nice Series of Events


This is a story, very true, that I've shared with several people because it isn't so far out there. But it is one of the nicest... One Friday was driving to a business located pretty far from anything. The temperature was about a hundred degrees. I saw an older man carrying a yellow Prestone antifreeze jug, his car a little behind him. He was sweaty and I pulled over.

He had ran out of gas. Nothing was nearby so I had him give me a few dollars and went and filled it with gas. The next day, Saturday afternoon, I was visiting my parents and we were out in the yard. A man was walking by with a yellow Prestone antifreeze jug. He had ran out of gas. The funny part was that we all knew him; he owned a gas station about a mile away. My dad gave him a lift.

The next day, on Sunday afternoon, I went shopping. I came out rattling some change in my pocket, thinking I might wash my car but deciding it wasn't really that dirty. I saw a couple across the parking lot with a yellow Prestone antifreeze jug. I walked over and said, "You ran out of gas didn't you?" The woman jumped and asked how I knew. I told her that she wouldn't believe me if I explained it. Anyway, I told them to give me a few dollars and I'd go get gas. They were new in town, on their way to pick up their first pay check and didn't have any money. Their gas gauge was broken so they thought they had enough to stop on their way. I told them no biggie, I would go fill it up for them.

Some people I've told seem to think that if we are observant and open, we can help others. I'm sure the experience meant more to me than them.

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GlendaSC (5 stories) (1475 posts)
13 years ago (2008-03-27)
Mysti - interesting. Never thought about the question of whether being awake during one or not matters. I just thought it they became that easy, they might take over my life. I will tell you, I feel this world is drabber now. Elections, money, fame seem a little pale. I got my first paycheck. It was paper to me. I signed the back and gave it to the hub. Needed work clothes. Found a shirt that fit good and bought it in three colors to cut down on the hassle. Didn't look great maybe, but it was fine for my purposes. Have some others, a few, so hopefully it's not noticeable. Use to enjoy shopping. Now it feels like stuff and weight. A good day for me is knowing something, feeling it. New insight. Don't ask for high journeys if you can't accept the consequences I guess is my warning.
mystical2 (16 stories) (483 posts)
13 years ago (2008-03-22)
Thank you for your help. I come to this site in hope of understanding and learning more about what I have been going through all these years and to help figure out what I am suppose to be doing on a spiritual level. There is something I am missing like I'm not doing what I need to be doing, whatever that is. One way for me to learn is to gain more knowledge from others. So please, never tell me what I want to hear. I feel whether it is a positive or negative response, that is how we learn.
I have never tried to do astral projection while being awake. That is why I had asked you this question. I had read once that if you voluntarily do this, you may get too comfortable and not want to come back. I don't know how true that is, but that's why I've never attempted to do this.
Thanks again!
GlendaSC (5 stories) (1475 posts)
13 years ago (2008-03-16)
Mysti - sorry for not answering your question. I usually wake up for some reason. Then, start to go to sleep or maybe get asleep. Then it happens. At first, I was just asleep. I think that I can manage to do them by resting and getting near sleep. I tried a little once. Then I backed out.
GlendaSC (5 stories) (1475 posts)
13 years ago (2008-03-16)
mysti - hmmm I don't know. I have a new job and feel stupid and I'm here and feel stupid. I feel stupid a lot lately. But, I don't scare easily and they scare me. Bottom line. I think maybe that I had them young, then they progressed. I don't remember an experience like yours, but being around medical friends a lot, and many of mine are, I would have thought of a medical thing. I remember wondering, long ago, if I had heart disease. I don't. Thankfully. I've wanted to say help during those times, but would rather go first. I hate asking for help. Not a great trait. Probably conceit. Another thing to get over. *sigh* so many. I'm thinking. I ramble a lot too. I try not to tell people what they want to hear. Those, I don't write or mumble something. But, I read your experience several times, over three, and I think that perhaps you have had them in dream land, with bits and pieces of memory but nothing upsetting, and now it is the next stage and freaking you out. I freaked in the year 2000. Eight years later, I got over it. Be patient. I'm not sure. It sounds like you are going there to me. Thanks for asking. I needed to feel less stupid. My boss is great and assures me I'm fine. They can change how you think and feel about things. Be sure you don't mind change. Once you realize they are actual, it opens up a lot of questions. And it is still scary to me.
mystical2 (16 stories) (483 posts)
13 years ago (2008-03-15)
Do you have Astral Projection experiences when you are sleeping or awake? I just learned about this, this year. I had a strange experience when I was sleeping. I woke up and I could see my son going towards the bathroom. I couldn't move and my chest felt like it was vibrating. Well I started freaking out. I was trying to yell out to my son, but nothing would come out at first. Finally, in a soft voice "Help", came out of my mouth. My son ran over to me and as soon as he touched my arm I was able to move. Well, let me tell you, I felt very dumb later on. I actually thought something was wrong with me and talked to my doctor during my visit about it. I actually 😆 about it now. The day after I saw the doctor, I saw Sylvia Brown on television discussing Astral Projection. And by the way, the doctor was clueless on that one. 😆
Edmund (578 posts)
13 years ago (2008-01-09)
Glenda... Well this time your spirit guide wasn't with you hence the worry from your past life friend. You have an easy time with the application/use of power that usually takes people years to learn also a cause for their concern... Turn the psychic volume knob down a little to let things catch up ! 😁
GlendaSC (5 stories) (1475 posts)
13 years ago (2008-01-08)
I have a question and would appreciate some feed back, the more the merrier. Two, probably more like three weeks ago had an astral projection experience. Normally I sense a presence with me. Never seen him/her, but have asked him questions. Now and then get an answer. This time, felt no one with me.

Went straight to a place that I felt drawn to. About 15 people were there. One was a man I did not recognize (physically), but knew and I was so happy to see him. I didn't know why, but was just happy. He told me that we had been alive together a few times, but he couldn't always come back when I did. He wasn't ready this time when I was, but he was about ready now. There wasn't any sadness at leaving. Just felt happy. But, the people around me were not happy. I felt like an intruder. And he seemed a little worried for me. You know how you use to feel as a little child when you've done something wrong and might get in time-out? Well, that's how I felt. Still do. Haven't astrally projected since then though I had experiences before that several nights in a row. Do you think it's possible to get in trouble like that or is it just my imagination?
GlendaSC (5 stories) (1475 posts)
13 years ago (2008-01-08)
Hey holli - glad to know I'm not the only one who argues with myself! Some things just aren't logical, you know? Few years ago bought a 32 inch TV and the box wouldn't fit in my trunk. Fiddled around, took it out of the box, then it fit. Well was at the very same store months later and got the feeling I should park in the back though lots of empty spaces close. Sat there and argued with myself about the logic. Ended parking in the back. After coming out of the store and walking to the back saw an elderly man with the same problem. He was going to return the TV because it wouldn't fit in his trunk. I told him to take it out of the box and we got it in there. Would've missed him if I'd parked in front. But it does seem funny to go through these debates (arguments) at the time. We've all missed times we should have done things. You learned from the bank experience so that's about all we can do. Thanks for sharing it.
hollinor (3 stories) (127 posts)
13 years ago (2008-01-08)
It's always nice to be a blessing to someone else, even if you don't get anything in return. There have been times when I talked myself out of helping a stranger, and felt horrible for days after. I now do my best to pay attention to the signs. I think the worst one I missed was an old couple that needed help. I was out one day and needed to make copies of important paperwork. I could have done it at home, but I procrastinated and thought I would get it done at a store close by. Well the store's copy machine was down, so I was directed to go to the bank across the street. I got over there and stood in line. While standing there I heard a bank employee telling this old couple that if they didn't pay some tax they owed today, then they would lose their house. Hearing the amount, I knew it was something I could well afford. I felt such a strong energy pulling me towards this couple. But I stood there arguing with myself about how they would not want me butting in their personal affairs. I left without doing anything, and three years later, I still think about that. I was brought there, at that exact moment to help those people and I dropped the ball. From then on I try to do my best to think with my heart and not with my head.
GlendaSC (5 stories) (1475 posts)
13 years ago (2008-01-08)
Any comments? I know I've missed many opportunities, but doesn't it feel good to know you are in the right place at the right time? Tell me about your right times. I think we learn from each other. This is a gifted group - my feeling. And thanks Mr. Martin for allowing us this time.

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