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Has anyone else felt this way while reading this?
Oct 12th, 2007 at 4:00am
 
When I read the series in the past as to the first book Im reading now, during certain chapters I cry joyfully and have even felt better in some aspects of my emotions sorta like a balance or healing!  Can anyone tell me why this is? I've never had a book effect me so profoundly. What does it mean?
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Reply #1 - Oct 12th, 2007 at 10:04am
 
Hi Wade,

To me healing has much to do with releasing the fearful beliefs we have so I would say that as you read Bruce's words they have the "ring of truth" that acts as a means for you to let go of the things that have made you feel uncomfortable in the past.  Fearful beliefs about death are so very common for many people.  Sometimes we don't even realize how fearful we are until we feel the release of the fear or are faced with panic during episodes of dis-ease.

Much love and peace to you.
Kathy
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Reply #2 - Oct 12th, 2007 at 6:52pm
 
When people are deeply moved of something, sometimes they say (or stutter) "This is it!" or "It makes so much sense!" or "I know that somehow!" without really being able to say what exactly they mean. Bruce told of such an experience, I'm not sure if it is in this book, but I think so, when he listened at TMI to Monroe when he told of his I/There and, suddenly, Bruce remembered his vision of the disk, he was overwhelmed by that, because so many connections were made all at once he knew not whether to be happy or sad, he just sort of exploded.
I would say, it's typical for key experiences in one's life, that you know something makes deep sense, but you can't tell the details, because so much is (re)connecting in your mind that it takes awhile to come to terms, from my experience, it can take years.
Enjoy. I mean that, because I know it's something to enjoy!

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Reply #3 - Oct 13th, 2007 at 1:11am
 
hi Wade, yes I can be an emotional reader also so you're not alone! theres a lot of stories expressing pure unconditional love in Bruce's books, I'd say you're getting in touch with who you are on the inside of yourself through the book.
also, Bruce's books were easy to pick back up, not like a chore like with other books I had to force myself to try and read cause I thought there might be something I missed, and after all, I paid good money for it. With Bruce's books I just had a big smile on my face all the time and enjoyed them even better to re-read them.

they do have the ring of truth. thanks for sharing this with us. love, alysia
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Reply #4 - Oct 15th, 2007 at 5:09pm
 
I echo what Spooky says. Sometimes we'll read something, and it'll remind us of something we've forgotten about. Somewhere inside the knowledge is there, just waiting to come out. When I first read about Robert Monroe's I-there experience in Ultimate Journey, it really spoke to me.
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Reply #5 - Oct 15th, 2007 at 5:24pm
 
Hi Wade,

Yes, me too re: feeling the relief all the way to tears.
It's a message I've been seeking all my life!

Also
Is 'new Wade' the same as previous Wade?'

Previous Wade (if it's you) --- Welcome back!

I will always remember you because you're the only person
who stood out visually for me at an earlier PE---remember?
Striped shirt, hair to your collar?
Wade, I still end up blind to almost everyone at those darn PE's.
If this is you, could you attend another PE so I can see if I can see
you again or if I'm truly blind?

Thanks, Bets
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Reply #6 - Oct 15th, 2007 at 6:51pm
 
Bets said: Yes, me too re: feeling the relief all the way to tears

I like the way you said that because it is a relief to be able to read something and actually feel something that feels like truth but has nothing to do with intellect, or intellect is ok, it just seems to not be the priority when swamped with info thats rocking your world.
yes I feel the same way Albert, the I/there is a tremendous help for me when I attempt to decipher my dreams and visions.

Wade, Bruce talks a bit about his heart was closed off as a little boy. he went on a journey and gradually began to open the heart. in my experience and with myself included, sometimes the heart needs a crowbar, other times we can read someone and see that their heart is open or they wouldn't have been able to write something that made us cry with relief as Bets said.

Bets, if it helps any, when I do PE I don't "see" anybody usually, once in a while I'll see one person and notice they don't have a shirt on and I'll wonder why, and I'll wonder whether to post such a silly detail..then it turns out to be a hit, most of the time I'll
"want" to see people there, but it's just presences for the most part. PE is not like with out of body experiences, the person is right there, features are identifiable, memories and the symbology go together upon awakening, but with PE, its more like entering a collective stew pot (opinion) it's all foggy sometimes black, just some feelings that there is something to find, or maybe somebody left a thought there to collect, but so rare to see a form of someone, a real treat if it happens!

then Bruce's books, in the beginning, he didn't see the faces of his disc members either, there's a reason, but later he began to see their faces and maybe we will too.

love, alysia
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Reply #7 - Oct 15th, 2007 at 11:15pm
 
Lights of Love wrote on Oct 12th, 2007 at 10:04am:
Hi Wade,

To me healing has much to do with releasing the fearful beliefs we have so I would say that as you read Bruce's words they have the "ring of truth" that acts as a means for you to let go of the things that have made you feel uncomfortable in the past.  Fearful beliefs about death are so very common for many people.  Sometimes we don't even realize how fearful we are until we feel the release of the fear or are faced with panic during episodes of dis-ease.

Much love and peace to you.
Kathy


SO VERY WELL PUT KATHY...LOVE IT!
much love to you; Romain
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Reply #8 - Oct 16th, 2007 at 3:27am
 
Yes Betson this is the old wade!!! I would like to say thank you to all who responded. It was a nice warm heartfelt welcming I needed and am very grateful thank you for all your input.  Grin
Its been a really tuff time for me but here it seems t melt away. bless you all for that gift.
Talk to you soon.

LOVE WADE
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Reply #9 - Oct 16th, 2007 at 9:43am
 
Hooray!---It is Wade!

Nice lion!
I hope you'll be back to talk again !

Love, Bets
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Reply #10 - Oct 16th, 2007 at 9:45pm
 
I like the lion too  Smiley he's a funny guy
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