Started by eiseyrokker, Nov 16, 2006, 03:21 AM
QuoteTom IS brilliant and he's only 19........ :oYou should also check out his music. What's that link again Tom? Not to mention he can grow a beard that makes me want to have a sex change. Ok, enough of that..........Check Out Tom's MUSIC!!!!!!!!
QuoteI am loving reading what you are writing about this. I feel wierd saying this because I'm not comfortable with new agey crystal waving stuff but I've done a bit of meditation involving the chakras. Some of my experiences with it were in some ways similar to experiences with hallucinogenics (which I don't do anymore because reality is intense enough without them). Don't know if this will make sense in words, but one of the things I realized in both kinds of experience was the feeling of knowing that I am not my senses, but that only by really experiencing all senses at once could I actually feel this. Don't think I've ever experienced my whole LIFE as one sense, that sounds pretty evolved. Once while meditating next to a close friend (both doing the same exercise), I had this feeling that she was having difficulty moving through the exercise, and I tried to help her. Amazingly, when we both opened our eyes, she described my involvement even in terms of the colors we both felt and where in her body she felt energy blocks. It was at that point that I started to believe much more strongly in what you might call a universal language or that there really wasn't a big separation between people. There has been some interesting writing in fields like quantum physics about this kind of experience but thinking about it too much makes my head hurt. I only wish I could have that kind of experience of total immersion or losing myself when I paint or draw or live in general, but I think it's fear and judgement that always stops me. Wouldn't doubt that MMJ are regularly in touch with a universal language or force or whatever you wanna call it in a much deeper way than I can imagine. It certainly comes through in the music, and I definitely felt that right away when I first heard it and still do.