Monday, January 28, 2008

The bubble...


Recently I had another amazing experience, I saw myself inside a bubble kind of thing. It can be best described as a transparent ball filled with gel like liquid. This liquid is transparent as well. All around me were alphabets. Yes alphabets which were moving in a slow circular motion around me. I could make out some kind of chanting, may be a mantra re vibrating in the ball like thing. I know the alphabets were not English alphabets. They were more complex, maybe Sanskrit or Hindi. I don't know why I was there.

19 comments:

Thoughtscape said...

Dear Anuradha,

I was so fortunate and I visited the Louvre museum in Paris and also British museum in London. When you talked about alphabets my next thought was about the Rosetta Stone I saw it in the British museum. The stone was discovered in 1799 by one of Napoleon’s soldiers near the city of el-Rashid (or Rosetta) by the Mediterranean see in Egypt. On its face are inscribed three different forms of writing: once in hieroglyphic, once in demotic, and once in Greek. Champollion, a French Egyptologist, was able to compare the three languages and decipher Egyptian hieroglyphics for the first time ever because the same text was written in three different languages and two of them were already known so he could compare the words. The genius of Champollion was that he realized that the cartouche of Cleopatra’s name was written in all three texts and that was the spark of genius to discover the alphabet with hieroglyphics and the meaning of it, and because that we all know so much about the ancient Egypt.

My gut feeling tells me that you are on the verge of discovering something very constructive and significant in the near future and now you experience the preamble of it. I do not think it would be related to Sanskrit, Hindi, Summerian or other languages, I believe the importance of your discovery will be overwhelming and it could be anything else. I wish to be true what I said, so help me God. Love Octavian

Anuradha malik Jagdhari said...

Thank you Octivian. I will google it to check it out. I think maybe it was a kind of yantra.

Ray Gratzner said...

Hello Anuradha,

you keep wandering in your meditation and it is exciting, that you let us know about your visions.

Bubbles are familiar to me, and sometimes they represent in my meditation dreams or wishes of other human beings. As long as these beings are friendly and not possessive it is ok.

e said...

Could it be the "Om mani pudmey hum" prayer wheels of the Buddhist monks? On the other hand it could symbolise something ephemeral, something like words on a blog on this 'net'.

darvish said...

It could also be a womb memory of hearing words spoken, and in the dream/trance state could be interpreted as you described.

Anuradha malik Jagdhari said...

Thanks ray,
I felt most positive and at ease in there.

Anuradha malik Jagdhari said...

Ye Darvish they could be. Infact I felt very secure and at peace in tha bubble. What you are saying does make sense. My mother said most probably it was a Yantra. when you master a yantra instead of the linear drawing it becomes three dimensional and you feel the energy all around you.
some yantra wwhich has a circular core and elphabets...not words on the pheriphery.

Anuradha malik Jagdhari said...

Thanks ...e...it might be associated with a prayer wheel.

Thoughtscape said...

Dear Anuradha,

I did some research about Yantra and I am kind of lost, I need to read more about it, some sites refer it as a form of Sanskrit language other sites associate it with the Yantra meditation and the difference between Yantra and Mantra etc.

Question: If I meditate and I do not go so deep, I can get out easy from meditation, I mean I just open my eyes. There were I couple of times I went very deep, one time with visual the rest completely darkness around me with a feeling of floating in the deep space and having no weight at all. In all those cases I counted from ten to one and I could open my eyes because that was the condition response I suggested to myself before I started to meditate. My question is how do you get out from your extraordinary visual deep meditation experiences? You do it at your will or you are forced to terminate the session in the sense that it becomes foggy or it disappear? Is there a decision you make pertaining what I said? Does your husband has your abilities to meditate deep like you; can your energy or just your presence influence him in a constructive way? Although there are many question marks, still there are only two questions.

Many thanks, love Octavian

Ray Gratzner said...

Hello anuradha, you are tagged, visit
http://esoteric-journey.blogspot.com/2008/01/tagged-7-random-facts-about-me.html

bye ray

Thoughtscape said...

Dear Anuradha,

I always feel you deep inside my soul like an exceptional good friend, even if you do not answer some of my messages or delete others, I understand that sometimes I get an un-orthodox approach witting you, different than others and that's me disregard that it is you, my wife, my boss or anybody else, but I assure you that my respect and love for you matches others that write you here. I bought a book "Happy for No Reason" by Marci Shimoff, a very good book that unlocks some of my innate capabilities...just to be Happy for No Reason.I really needed this book before even it was written and published!

Love Octavian

Anuradha malik Jagdhari said...

Dear Octavian,
I know you must have felt bad that I deleted two of your comments. I think it is the cultural difference between us. I did not like them so I deleted them. But then There are your numerous comments of your which were true to the topic of this blog and I have not only responded to them but appreciated them as well.I hope that you understand.
Thanks
Anu

Anuradha malik Jagdhari said...

Dear ...e... thanks for asking me to check out the prayer wheel. I thought what I saw didn't look like a prayer wheel at all but checked it out nevertheless and found out that what I saw was indeed a prayer wheel yantra of buddhism in tibet. This branch is called lamaism.
Thanks so much.

Thoughtscape said...

Dear Anuradha,

I was right on topic, and because you mentioned it you started the fire with your topic you know that, if the radio or TV broadcast start to censor the programs then... you know that you clocked 500 hours on air; you were supposed to be the last person who would do that, I mean to censor the comments...and by the way my gut feeling tells me that I was right in every word I said. Your Blog is like the Everyday News, we read about your experiences and we comment the best we can and that is the beauty of it, it is not like we all learn deep down to the nuts and bolts to Astral Project because your Blog, we all are just happy for your success! I guess next time you should censor your story before you post it, because we all speak our minds to the best we can, disregard the fact that we are a part of Western or Eastern culture!

Thanks,
Octavian

lindsay said...

I just came across your wonderful blog ... have you ever heard of The Monroe Institute? I just returned from my 1st time there and after reading your meditation posts ... I think you would really enjoy it! Let me know if you want more info or just google monroe institute. ~ Namaste

Thoughtscape said...

Hi Lindsay,

I read Monroe's book, 7-10 years ago, with his many Theta and Delta OBE travels. You mention that you just returned from your first time there. Did you have OBEs using their meditation procedures, or you were unsuccessful? Tell us about your experiences and how you induced them. Go to my site to read my OBE experience I had http://mindscape777.blogspot.com/ Octavian

Anuradha malik Jagdhari said...

Thanks Lindsay...I will check out their site. Thanks for the appreciation.

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