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Weird experience [Jun. 19th, 2016|11:12 pm]
Manifestation through meditation
I recently opened my third eye by accident but I'm glad this happened to me. Ever since my third eye opened I have become a better person not just with people around me but with the world in general. I feel a peace I have never felt before within me, but I also have encountered many weird experiences. The weirdest one happened just 2 days ago when I was meditating in my room. After meditation I had a strange feeling about this container that was made of a metal that was shiny, the container was so clean that you could see your reflection on it. I stared at it for some reason and after 30 seconds a wolf appeared on the metal of the container, it seemed to form from the light reflected off of the container. I could see the face of the wolf from its side. Suddenly, the wolf moved and was now looking at me with a straight face with both eyes. I was amazed at what was happening. I blinked for a second and when I looked back at the metal container the wolf was still looking at me only now with a growling expression on its face. After I gave it my full concentration once again the wolf seemed to calm down and started to move from side to side. I looked away for a bit without blinking and looked at the wolf again, I saw the growling gesture on its face again. Once again I gave it my full attention since I thought that my sudden lost of concentration was what was making it mad, maybe it wanted to tell me something and was getting frustrated at the fact that I kept on getting distracted. I gave it my full attention once again and the wolf now looked at me with a straight face, suddenly everything around me became really reaaally bright. I started to feel a tingling in my body while I tried to keep my full attention on the wolf to avoid making it mad again. It was a really weird experience and I cannot remember much but I believe I heard a voice in my head, it would've helped if I had a notebook or something to write on while I was experiencing this to help me remember better. I felt an immense amount of pressure in my head and tingling in the middle of my forehead. Finally the wolf looked at me once again and turned around, I could see the wolf walking backwards and disappearing out in the "distance" from the metal container. This has been so far the weirdest experience I have had since I opened my third eye. Any ideas on what this could mean?

[User Picture]From: bohemianbanshee
2016-06-20 11:14 am (UTC)
That's wonderful that you've experienced an increased peace and feel you've become a better person! I know what you mean about seeing imaged in the reflection. This will also happen if you try candle meditation, focusing on a candle flame. Native Americans used to use fire gazing as a form of prophecy in the same way. I'm not sure that the wolf was angry with you for not concentrating, but if that's what you got from it, it may be the case.

Yes, it's very useful to keep a notebook in which you record your meditation experiences. I used to do this, but have fallen out of the habit. It's best not to be writing *while* meditating, as this will take your focus off your meditation itself. Wait until afterwards, then write down what you remember, similar to keeping a dream journal. During meditation, you need to let go of thoughts and immerse yourself in the experience.

The pressure and tingling in your head is normal, and is a result of the increased energy flow.
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