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Out Of Body Experience

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Posted by Alan on January 28, 2006 04:22:10 UTC

Out of body experience:

Years ago I straight ran a steep ski slope.

I went so fast I "couldn't keep up with myself".

I didn't black out; what happened is that for a mopment I seemed to be outside my body; with a wider perspective.

Dark matter = dark disturbance = real alternatives = a fixed reference frame from knowing your actual options (so from knowing your precise location).

To cope with data-overload in skiing directly straight down a steep slope with a high-speed run-out (when unfamiliar with such a circumstance): my brain must have bypassed certain data-processing and gone for direct experience of the environment (become more highly attuned to the bigger picture).

My spirit got directly involved in fixing my location?

Consider: if a human has synchronisation blockages with nature; then gets into a situation where they have synchronisation difficulty with nature (like the fast ski run);

then you get a momentary unblocking of spirit (an out of body experience)?






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