Immediately eat mashed potato ( they now sell this in most corner shops). Add mayonnaise. Follow with hot tea. Doze.
This is transcribed from my journal. 24/05/15 02:06
I had an interesting out of body last night via a dream.
Dreaming about housing- rooms, many bathrooms and bedrooms – student accommodation – multiple dwelling and I came into a twilight lit bedroom with Adam in a double bed and I felt my body slip down through the floor and I knew I was in out of body state and I became fully aware – full sensations. No fear.
I willed myself to Adam and I floated up above the bed and went up – up, and for a moment I remembered my last conscious exit when I went through into the attic (in my actual house in full conscious out of body awareness) and how that had scared me, but this time I overcame it and pushed myself to go up and up beyond the Earth. I could feel myself going very very fast but I couldn’t see very much. No Earth, no stars, no blackness of space but I could see movement, fast movement, like a vortex.
I remembered to call for light ( Robert Bruce says to do this). I did this using my voice which I had just used to go higher.
Hearing my voice surprised me- its frequency so clear – I commanded LIGHT! but it just got a little less dark and I saw swirling, fast moving grey and white and dark and was a little disappointed thinking I was going to see amazing structures in space.
The swirling grey was very like the place I went to in the dream ( https://therealshanokee.wordpress.com/2014/06/12/dying-in-a-dream/ )where the car I was in smashed into the side of a house and I was conscious that I was in that other place of grey and black swirling.
That feeling of visceral speed and elation was fabulous.
It’s great how I’m advancing with this. I’ve gotten further consciously than I’ve ever been before and I’ve conquered the fear.
When I was 16 I found a book in Coleraine library by Robert Monroe called ‘Journeys Out of the Body’ and he talked about the fear being the greatest obstacle.
‘Fear is the mindkiller.
Fear is the little death that brings total obliteration.
I will face my fear.
I will allow it to pass over me and through me. And when it has gone past me, I will turn to
see fear’s path.
Where the fear has gone there will be nothing.
Only I will remain.’
Dune by Frank Herbert
This is the best version.