Group Meditation September 19, 2021
Our group met excitedly at the crystal, we had our heads together chattering away like we hadn't seen each other in a long time. George approached me saying, “Tell Sandy I love her.”
My reply was, “Well George she's right here. You can tell her.” And Sandy stepped out from behind me. Babaji and George were going to be our teachers today. Without any hesitation the crystal transported us to a wide green valley at the base of a high hill. It was picturesque, sunny blue skies, billowy clouds, and a soft breeze. There were not a great number of people present today. Looking over I saw Eric, completely absorbed about something in his hand. It seemed as if he blocked out everything else going on around him while he looked at it. Then he joined us.
I remembered we'd been here before when Memaw Laura was still on the board and we were talking about her sick brother. It is a place we used to gather and asked the ill or the injured to join us. They would go into the center and those around the perimeter would send them concentrated healing light.
A lot was going on, I really couldn't keep up with all the visual images passing by me, but it felt as if we'd learned all that before. This meditation felt like it was more of a review. The information from those past meditations were being more deeply imprinted in our subconscious minds.
Then it seemed like I was getting snapshots of us being in different positions around the group talking with others. Babaji was engaging with people individually. He seemed so focused on who ever he was talking to. I don't remember him talking to me personally.
Toward the end of the meditation while Babaji continued to talk to others of our group, George had Sandy and I walk with him to the top of a high butte. Pointing far into the distance he said, “Look farther beyond the horizon. Broaden you vision, so when individual teachers come to each of you(meaning not only those present in the meditation), you'll be ready. He really wanted us to remember this point and repeated it a few times. I could tell there was much more he wanted to say, but this was what needed to be said for this meditation. Seemed like he wanted all of those people reading this meditation to take what he said to heart.
My impression was, instead of focusing so much on what is happening in the world today, individually we should push ourselves to put that aside and dig deeper into our spiritual learning, what ever that means for us. As I was writing this, a quote I heard last night from Abraham/Hicks came to mind. It was, “Relax, we've got you.” What ever craziness is going on in the world we are protected, right where we're supposed to be. Much is being sent to us that we've asked for, but we have to allow those things to come to us.
The meditation lasted for and hour and a half. I held a tree jasper and mahogany obsidian.
A song played softly in the background throughout. As soon as I can put a title to it I'll post it here.
Wow, the internet is crazy. I vaguely had the beat, and tune in my head, could only remember a few words from the song. I thought it was from when I was a teenager, later thought maybe Crosby, Stills and Nash had sung it. After looking on YouTube with no luck, I simply wrote the few words I remembered on a general search. Low and behold, there it was! Doctor my Eyes by Jackson Browne, back up singers Crosby, Stills and Nash!
Even after playing the song and reading the words I wasn't exactly sure what it was about, did another search. At this point I'm still not sure the message this song holds for me,... or maybe it's for someone reading this. I do know there's always a message to go with the songs that accompany my meditations.
Found this explanation from Jackson Browne. “It's a song about a guy who has gone through a lot in life and comes to accepts his fate” I would welcome any discussion if anyone else has insights about the meditation, or the meaning behind the song.
Love to all,