I’ve had a persistent head ache for a while now. Well I’ve noticed it since we’ve moved up to the hospital. It’s a mild ache in the middle of my head.
It’s not unpleasant…maybe I’ve gotten used to it…sometimes it gets out of hand…mainly when I’ve not eaten enough.
Which brings me to another ascension symptom…eating…I am constantly hungry (and thirsty but that goes without saying). I’m eating all the time…tummy grumbling if I don’t feed it.
Thirdly, on the odd occasion I’ve had lower back ache which I’ve not had for years.
Fourth, when I meditate I find I have a blinding white light emanating from the top of my head. Initially I found it difficult to get past my fascination with it…but I’m slowly getting used to it and it is not so distracting.
Been unable to sleep much lately either...even though exhausted…you know the scenario…we seem to have these symptoms pop up every so often but the white light is a new one for me.
I had the most amazing experience in the middle of the night…whilst lying awake freezing and then boiling…of unity consciousness. The absolutely wonderfully fear less state of knowing no matter what, I’m okay. I’ve had brief split second flashes of this but last night was the first time I’ve had it for a long time. It was liberating – a feeling of whatever I do will be okay. Being half asleep my mind didn’t kick in until a while later. It probably decided enough was enough of this dreaming malarkey.
A bit late now…I’ve got a taste of it and it is fabulous…a deep seated memory that has awakened within my body. I have to make sure I don’t get in my own way and scupper the whole thing…which I am prone to do.
Unity consciousness…and it came with a community mind-meld. Wow…what a fabulous way to teach. Through feelings, visions and actions - no words necessary.
Ah…I just saw my son off on his first day of work…makes me feel like the first day of school…my heart is sad. He is stepping into the world of ‘grown-ups’. I remember feeling like this when I was pregnant with him…my last baby…so I must make the most and remember.
Hehe…’my last baby’ - makes it sound like I had a rugby team of them…