Today when I sat, I had a sense of the three companions, orca, spider and crow. Crow is strong, all were dancing. I was sitting with how to resolve my own sense of being invisible, the part of my experience where I disappear. The three danced and danced. Dancing with no end.
Sandra Ingerman's talks about the importance of journeying with intention. As I read her words today, I reflected on my experiences across the last month. I pictured the intention's I carried with me, or didn't, into the non physical spaces I been working/playing in. I sit with the way strengthening my intention may assist to strengthen my journey and the knowing which comes from the journey. The setting of intention for journeying is in itself a practice.
She names the appropriateness of the frequency of journeying, and also the way some journeys are vivid and others are not. Again, I experienced her words informing my reflection on my experiences. I have undertaken to journey frequently at this time. I can see how journeying with purpose, asking a well crafted question could be the driver in constructing my future experiences.
I like the openness of her text, prescriptive, providing step by step descriptions, but privileging what occurs of what should occur. Sitting with her writing clarifies and gives context to my experiencing. I like her gentleness, which feels supportive and encouraging.
It occurred to me today that I believe in a non physical reality. I have sat on the fence with this for a long time, believing in ghosts and spirits, but also not, saying I didn't know for sure. I still don't know for sure, but do know that something is real when I look into the non physical.
I don't need to have a definitive answer for what the non physical is, or isn't. But I trust my exploration and sensing.