Lo Ban Pai Music Playlist
I have a question regarding relaxing music like that listed in your blog.
I listen to such kind of music and sounds for about 30 minutes every day before going to sleep, lying on the bed with the headphones on. Sometimes, towards the end of the 30 minutes, I feel as if someone were moving my bed, or as if my subtle body were slightly moving with respect to my physical body.
I have read that some music/sounds can propitiate having an out of body experience.
Do you know if my interpretation of the mentioned sensation is correct, and if it is something advisable or not?
Daniel we are composed of seventy percent water. If you read “The Hidden Fabric” from The Art of Stalking Parallel Perception you will realize that water is very powerful. This inherent quality is governed by conscious reception.
What this means is that when we swim within sound – and we are surrounded by inaudible and obvious sound – we even hear what we can’t hear. As we digest the frequencies from the music from my playlist the water contained within our bodies becomes pregnant with the crystalline signature of those sounds.
As you can see here water that is influenced by positive intention takes a shape. The water crystal above was formed when water was subject to the song “Imagine” by John Lennon.
Here is another that was blessed by a Buddhist monk during meditation:
The water then emits its own inherent frequency outwardly toward the universe. Upon the complex communication of its entanglement on a quantum level, one immediately arrives and receives simultaneously the universal reality of that knowledge, which is in essence, wisdom.
This feeling travels faster than the speed of light. It is the realization composed of its reality and by virtue of this it immediately awakens – even ten thousand light years away – through this complex, yet simple, quantum entanglement. It awakens its origin to glance toward each devotee.
This is our destiny in terms of soliciting the real communion, for prayer can never be prayed through words and thoughts in terms of their speed do not have the same velocity as intention. Intent as a thought form is much slower and by virtue of this too narcissistic within its self-reflection to have any evolutionary momentum to solicit change that is relevant in terms of us as a humanity to go beyond the dilemma we are in.
To realize that the heart is always four steps ahead of what is to arise in relation to that thought process – which is your vacillation towards knowing what must be done – you must let go of this hesitation in terms of not being sure about how to proceed. For in this moment of doubt your consciousness is like a speeding car going past a beautiful flower.
If you stop without knowing how you have arrived, you can sit and speak the words of that flower through its realization of you.