Theme: Why Did I Come Here?
Our next group meditations will be held on Thursday, November 21 and 28, and December 5 at 9:00 PM Pacific Time
. Each will last 15 minutes. Last week and for three weeks, we explored the Body as Idea.
Each of us directed the idea that is our body to the particular density which defines living beings on Earth and other such planets. But why? Why didn't we form our presence at another density? There are many of them, some closer to the truth, some requiring more of a journey to find it. So we ask ourselves, why have I come here? I've taken a journey to the Chapel Perilous (a place of uncertainty, characterized by seductive lures), and paid a lot to take a great risk. Why have I exposed myself in this way? In this meditation, we stand naked before ourselves. Where is my ground of certainty? (Like all real questions, it has many turnings in it, so step carefully through its labyrinth.)
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The Meditation Group is for Unknowncountry participants who have an interest in meditation designed to expand awareness and evolve contact. Many of us have direct experience of the effectiveness of meditative states in communication with our visitors.
The Meditation Group meets virtually two to four times a month, and attempts to meditate as far as possible at the same time on the same theme. Group members are NOT informed of themes and times via email, although occasional emails are sent to the group.
To participate, it's necessary to take an active role: make a resolution to visit this page every two weeks. Put a reminder on your calendar, whatever it takes. And meditate with the group as you are able.
You can join the meditation group by leaving your email address here.
To follow the audio meditations designed by Whitley Strieber, Unknowncountry subscribers should go to Whitley's Room and click on subjects in the subject cloud to the right that include the word 'Meditation.' These meditations reflect his own work with the visitors, and are the result of 40 years of personal meditation, and 11 years of meditation with them.
Whitley is always ready to answer questions at Whitley@Strieber.com.