Expression Is Always Key

It was another early morning in the spring of 2010, when I found myself quickly transported from my bedroom.  Now don’t get me wrong, my physical body was quietly tucked under the covers resting comfortably.  I on the other hand, found myself standing in front of vast sea, in a location that was familiar, but I had trouble remembering fully.  The water sparkled with a quality I hadn’t seen in a long time.  The best description that comes to mind  is “alive”, the water was alive and it knew I was standing there. In addition, every color was beyond vibrant, and the feeling  of peace was undeniable. In fact there was no indication of anything that would cause unnecessary disharmony, and for the first time in awhile my mind was not affected by the emotions of others.

As I looked off toward the horizon I saw it, a large structure hovering above the water that reminded me of a castle.  The amazing thing about this “castle”,  was it wasn’t fully solid, and it almost appeared comprised of energy.  Almost immediately another voice echoed in my head.  A woman’s voice called to me from the structure, and before I could even think of a way to get inside, I was standing inside a beautiful room filled with people going about their business.  Every person I encountered seemed happy to see me, and I was in awe of the beauty as well as complexity of the building.

At one point, I found myself on a platform overlooking a vast garden; I remember looking at the plants and wanting one to bring one back with me.  I was doing my best to pay attention to as much as possible, that way I would remember as much as possible of what had happened.   At one point I noticed that the food everyone was eating was different, it wasn’t solid and seemed to glow and emit light.  One boy noticed I was watching him eat, and gave me a friendly smile.  Shortly afterward I was taken back to my room, when I heard that it was my room I almost didn’t believe it.  When I arrived I found a decently sized room with what I would consider very modern features.   To make thinks more exciting, I found out I had roommates and we all shared the area, and studied together.

There were three or four of us sharing the room, and we all had very futuristic looking clothing that seemed to emit light also.  We sat on our beds talking about what we were working on, laughing in the process at some of the things we had learned.  After what appeared to be a good amount of time, someone came to pick me up and bring me to see one of my teachers.  I have to admit I was a little nervous, but it quickly passed as we made our way to a large central room.  The room was massive, and looked to be at the center of the lower levels of the building I was in.  When I entered the room, a woman with bright blue eyes and blond hair greeted me.  “Welcome back”, she said before shooting me a warm smile.

Her presence was so overwhelming, that I started to bow out of respect.  She immediately laughed, and assured me that it wasn’t necessary.   Once I got be bearings back, she asked me how things were going on Earth.  I must of gave her an earful of what was going on, as well as how I felt about being there.  The funny thing was, I had the distinct felling that she knew exactly what I was going to say, but she wanted me to communicate it to her.  Much later on, I would realize she was the one who visited me during the early mornings, and we’ve known each other a long time.  By the time our conversation ended  I had expressed how I felt  adequately, and I knew it was time for me return to Earth.  She gave me some final words of encouragement and another smile before I returned to my room.

When I returned back to my room, my roommates wanted to know everything that we talked about.  After spending some time talking amongst good friends, I said my temporary goodbyes and left to return to 3D Earth.  The experience left me refreshed, and I with the understanding that I would be returning to that wonderful place sooner than I realized.  Earth itself was going to be entering a phase of it’s development that would make the trip much more easier.  Accession is happening, and it cannot be stopped :).

 

 

2 thoughts on “Expression Is Always Key

  1. As I’m reading this, I keep feeing as if the next words are right on the tip of my tongue. Almost like a deja vu but not quite. Very intriguing and can’t wait for your next entry.

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