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Post by Daniel09 on 21.06.09 14:15

This might be a bit personal, but what does your inner realm tend to look like?

Mine is a grassy field with trees in the distance, a river to be found in the trees, and a blue sky filled with slowly moving white clouds. A light breeze as well. When I'm there, so long as I'm not occupied with someone else, I enjoy the form of a large tiger. I'll relax by going for a run or basking in the grass.
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Re: Your inner realm

Post by DarkLight on 22.06.09 3:00

I have more than one inner realm ...

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Re: Your inner realm

Post by Daniel09 on 22.06.09 8:15

As do I. This is just the main one I enter when I start to traverse my realm. It's a peaceful area I enjoy.
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Re: Your inner realm

Post by empress2k on 23.06.09 13:38

I love this topic. I think we do have to acknowledge that there are realms we chose to go to and those we end up in as we medicated, guided or not, since not all guided meditations provide as with visual directions or even clues. I for one, when leading guided meditation tend to leave it as open as possible for my circle.

On that note. Usually when I am not guided or suggestively guided I find myself in an open space with stars, constelations and other celestial bodies all around me. I find that space to be very comforting and it gives me a great sense of belonging. My visions of the Divine Mother also took place in the realm of Cosmic Space, I had never experienced her in any Earth or Earth like dimensions. In those experiences I am in the first person, so I cannot quite see myself only experience my awareness.

When it comes to Earthly realms, they usually range from desert with sand dunes or rock formations and a brilliantly blue sky (it is never hot though...Smile ) to caves to occasional forests with very tall trees and a path leading to a cliff. Wherever I end up, it is always comfortable. Still my favorite realm by far is the open endless Space. Sometimes I go there consciously to the Temple of Aset and spend time there floating in a pool of energy and recharging..Smile
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Re: Your inner realm

Post by Syrianeh on 23.06.09 15:27

Speaking of inner realms, there is one place I wonder if someone has been. It is a circular chamber, with stone walls. There are four doors on each of the four directions; the doors are large and wooden, with metal apliques. In the center there is sometimes one chair, some times two or three, all of them equally old fashioned, in a style reminiscing of the medieval age. The doors lead to rooms that often change, sometimes they are also hallways that take to other places. But this circular chamber is always there.

I have been there at times, and I have heard from two other people that they have seen a similar place in their meditation. I wonder if anyone else has seen it.

As to other realms, I have several as well. They usually vary from time to time and depending on the stages I'm going through in my life.

Also, though this is getting to be an extensive question, how often do you encounter others in your realm? is it something that you strive for or usually random?
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Re: Your inner realm

Post by Daniel09 on 23.06.09 15:36

Hm, well I've personally never encountered a room such as that. I can't say I've been exploring much either. I'm still not sure enough of my abilities to know whether I'm leaving my inner realm at all. When I try to, things get weirdly colored, like I've walked into a world of paint that doesn't want to keep its shape.

As for encountering others in my realm... well, the blue man has been showing up most times now, but before him I usually had to bring people there myself, or my own subconscious versions of the people. I do that when someone is confusing me and I want to know the truth about them. Usually works, though it's difficult to keep myself from influencing the answers with my imagination. I try to let my subconscious do it.

I have a library I visit sometimes. The shelves are large and ornate, made of heavy stone, and the subject I want to know about will usually appear on the spine of the previously incoherent books, which I will proceed to pull out and skim through, getting bits of information. A while back I pulled the book about the Aset Ka. It said the information they release is filled with misinformation, purposefully designed to further their purposes which relate to finding Asetians and gifted individuals, I think. I didn't record it on the spot, so this is purely from memory.
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Re: Your inner realm

Post by Phoenix on 23.06.09 22:24

Daniel09 wrote:A while back I pulled the book about the Aset Ka. It said the information they release is filled with misinformation, purposefully designed to further their purposes which relate to finding Asetians and gifted individuals, I think. I didn't record it on the spot, so this is purely from memory.

This slips off the thread of the alternate realms (we all visit?). I find Daniel's quote quite intriguing. On a level, it makes logical sense for the AK to diseminate misinformation purposefully.

Daniel, can you remember and relate to us any more details of this experience?

VF members, what do you think of intentionally spreading false information? Particularly those of you who have greater insight into the AK than I?
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Re: Your inner realm

Post by Daniel09 on 23.06.09 22:28

You mean it never occurred to you that they would do that? I thought it was kind of obvious, after reading the introduction to the Asetian Bible. I mean, it even said that there would be inconsistencies placed on purpose, so it wouldn't be hard to put a fake ID every now and then to something in order to prove that someone's not just a crazed mimic of what they want to be...
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Re: Your inner realm

Post by Phoenix on 23.06.09 22:46

Daniel, yes, this has occured to me. The evaluation for potential misinformation is a filter I constantly pass things through - naive not to. I found it interesting that you encountered the misinformation theme while visiting one of your "realms". I had the impression that it was not the actual AB you read this in, but a "realm" library book.
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Re: Your inner realm

Post by empress2k on 23.06.09 22:58

Very interesting points and make great sense. Both of you that is.
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Re: Your inner realm

Post by Daniel09 on 23.06.09 23:03

I did encounter it in a realm book, but I'm very bad at interpreting what I see, so I lost my grasp on it after reading what I told you. Wait a sec, I just had a recollection. Um... gah, it's hard to remember, but I read about the three Lineages, how they are the what is deliberately misinforming about the most I think. I had later connected it to the Asetian Bible's introduction when I was seeing if my reading had any real information. It didn't seem entirely new, as something that could have been ascertained through logic, so I didn't think about it too much.

Um, I know I read more, but I'm having trouble remembering. I'll let you know if more comes back to me T_T
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Re: Your inner realm

Post by Phoenix on 23.06.09 23:09

Thanks, Daniel. Appreciate the feedback.
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