March 8, 2005 at 10:43 am #3024
I was with the China ’04 group and stayed 3 days in the Temple-Cave of the Sun & Moon on Haushan with my beloved partner. We did the whole bit, fasted, etc. I did not see any foxes but I did see a 5 foot snake (friendly as far as I could tell) outside the cave one morning and a beautiful red pheasant-looking bird one evening.
To preface my experience: I am a hardcore – 25 year Kriya Yogi. I added chi kung to the mix 5 years ago for grounding reasons and now consider myself a Taoist Yogi???! My profession is brain science, brainwave biofeedback, research as well as being a clinician and teacher. So with my hardcore yogic (jnana) background and scientific investigative tendency, I usually have to see and/or experience something before I buy into it.
Haushan went like this:
First night I realized I could not push any practices – the place had it’s own energy which I simply opened up to and surrendered. What happened next was on an inner plane. I was fully conscious of where I was and of my physical body – I even narrated the events as they unfolded to my partner. I did lose awareness of time and space at a certain point but I will explain that in a minute.
These three gold adorned beings came to my inner vision as clear as a bell. I immediately ‘mentally’ said, “I don’t acknowledge ghosts, disembodied beings, etc. – it (you) is all one thing: it’s all the Tao!”.
To this statement there was what I can best describe as a resounding applause – like, “allright! he’s one of us!” So, I thought, “I’ve lost it now! This altitude, fasting, maybe even some acid I took 30 years ago, has made be hallucinatory!”
Then I decided to engage in back and forth communication just to see and sure enough it was really happening. The interesting thing was that I believe they could have easily known everything there was to know about me but they were respectful or non-intrusive enough to ask(telepathically) me questions.
MW is me.
DB is disembodied beings
DB, “What is you lineage?”
MW, “Mahavatar Babaji of the himalayas is top guy in my lineage – I am direct disciple of one of Yogananda’s last living disciple’s.”
DB, “Oh! Babaji visits here often!”
(this was like some guy was there with a clipboard and they had a checklist of questions to go through!)
DB, “What would you like? A new house, car, money, better job?”
MW, “No, I want full liberation!” (I should have asked for lottery numbers!)
DB, “Okay! – this you’ll have.”
DB, “Anything else we can do for you now?”
MW, “Yes, two things: One, please show me the nature of the universe and, two, please reveal the true alchemy of the human journey.”
And just like a “GOOGLE” search I got a download that lasted several hours – not ‘knowledge about’ the universe but ‘Experience of’ the universe – this is where I lost physical body consciousness – I went to the realms.
Then alchemy was revealed on all the scales from elemental to human to planetary to universal (this was before I knew about Kan & Li) and I really got the “as above, so below” thing.
The next two days were spent going in and out of this experience. I have only shared this with a handful of friends.
Now, the access to this plane remains. I spend 3 hours every AM in pratices. It has also made me quite clear about my mission and purpose this life (which is service to humanity on a large scale).
I’m going back to Haushan next trip with Michael – I amy ask for the polaris cave/temple this time!March 8, 2005 at 3:09 pm #3025
Forget the Golden Boys, the “Perfected One” told me there weren’t any snakes as i climbed all over the place!
Thanks for sharing, wondered what happened to you in there, we never got the chance to talk. That “cave” you were in was by far the nicest but it needed some flowers.
We had some intense but very supportive visitations as well that i’ll never actually write down. But you know we also had that in Tibet, Califonia, Arizona, Kansas and North Carolina.
I would hate to think anyone would need to go all the way to China to have one of those “moments”. Enlightnment happens where you are. You draw into your world what you ask for no matter where you are physically. But of course i wanna go back there too, it’s just too cool.
Now where’s that darned fox!
in our light
Divine AlchemyMarch 8, 2005 at 3:37 pm #3027
emptyMarch 9, 2005 at 8:52 am #3029
Your ‘perfected one’ must have only been 99.9% perfect if he missed that 5 foot snake! The folks down at the monastery assured me they are only ‘a little’ poisonous!
And as far as the fox goes – I saw your photo gallery my friend – clearly the fox was with you the whole freakin’ time! Okay..okay, maybe a little kiwi mixed in, but definitely fox!
best to you,
MartyMarch 9, 2005 at 9:17 am #3031
That is very funny about the Kiwi Fox. And quite true.
Hey, we are having a bit of a reunion here aren’t we. I wonder who will show up next?
Thank you so much for sharing your sacred experience.
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