In a Metaphysical Wonderland
while much of America is busy boozing and BBQing, v8 goes to a humongous new-agey FAIR
Date: 9/4/2006 3:07:49 PM ( 15 y ) ... viewed 2868 times
On Sunday I went to a massive metaphysical fair in a nearby city with a few friends. Large buildings full of new-agey people, or full of any collection of beings so crowded together that there's often not enough room to walk through the aisles without stopping every few feet, creates in me a feeling of extreme discomfort.
Having existed within this body for many years now, I should know this usually happens and anticipate, i.e. prepare for, the inevitable discomfort by creating a plan to have someplace to go that will be silent, spacious, and comfortable, and most importantly, where I can be alone for awhile to get grounded and get my bearings. There was a meditation room that seemed very nice over near the lecture rooms at the fair. Unfortunately, it too was crowded, and a long wait was involved in getting a chance to enter the meditation room.
One of my friends was kind enough to offer to drive, so we carpooled with her. I later realized the downside of that was simple: I didn't have my car as a space to go spend time alone when I needed to, or to leave when I was done.
Now, with all that aside, the fair was interesting enough, and I've never seen so many amethyst and rose quartz and tourmaline and clear quartz and every other stone under the sun crystal with varieties of metal settings necklace, bracelet, wand, pyramid, ring, all under one roof in my entire life. After awhile, especially after various free energy treatments, the whole giant bunch of rooms and booths full of shiny stones and spheres and such became a bright whirling cyclonic sort of mishmash to me.
Walking 'round and 'round and 'round to avoid the uncomfortable chairs and just to keep moving while these people I went there with went to hear Dannion Brinkley speak and then seemed to go to each booth in both of the cavernous rooms and some more than once.
I shouldn't go to fairs. I shouldn't especially go to this kind of fair. I don't like fairs. Too much going on. I'm not agoraphobic or anything like that. I rather seem to have developed an aversion to massive events of any kind. Good thing I wasn't in New Orleans a year ago.
Who knows what I will do should the cataclysmic events many are predicting on the Earth do come to pass? Gotta get going on a plan for that!
For those who enjoy fairs, bless you! We should indeed do what we enjoy as much as possible in this life!
I enjoyed some aspects of the fair. I found out more than I've ever known before about the Akashic Records. This caused me to do a bit of research when I finally got back home last night. In the course of my research I found an excellent website by Gary Bonnell about accessing the Akashic Records. Here is the part of his website with the good Akashic information:
I really enjoyed the Jyorei people too. The energy coming from them was so profound I could feel it when I got within 10 feet of their booth. It was a friendly, loving energy, overwhelmingly peaceful and calming. Receiving 5 minutes (free/donation accepted) of this delightful energy was probably my peak moment at the fair. Here's more info about Jyorei:
Well, I don't want to bore you with more and more details about this fair. I'm sure many of you have been to such fairs, and presented at, ran a booth at, or provided healings at such an event.
So bless you all...
Hope you're busy laboring to celebrate Labor Day. Or in labor...
That's what Labor Day is all about here in America, right?
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