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Great Post

Makes sense that if our biological "antenna" to the spiritual reality around us is larger in size, it would "receive" more information/inspiration. Although, I cannot elongate my skull at the moment, I have stopped ingesting Fluoride as much as possible which is responsible for calcification of the pineal gland and "interferes" with the incoming "signals". That, plus daily meditation practices are the things I attribute most with a heightened sensitivity to these "interactions". It's a pretty wild experience to naturally get into states of consciousness that some only attain through the use of psychedelics (I've done a couple and haven't had experiences like the natural ones I do today). I had a hard time believing it myself at first, reading and watching countless videos about it. But words don't teach—only experience teaches, so I stopped reading and started doing. And learn I did. I was studying methods of induced OBE and found it difficult, but I was having a lot of "IBEs" or In-Body Experiences. It's like having an OBE but remaining in your body. I thought I was losing my mind the first time it happened but with repetition and relaxing more and more into the experience has changed my life and my perception of the world around me.

I often have lucid dreams and the first thing I almost always do is begin to fly. I just can't help it. I love the feeling of the g-force as I take off and the rush of momentum as I move through the air. I keep telling myself that the next time I become lucid I want to create fire in my hand but by the time I remember I'm already in the air.

It is my understanding that everything is a form of consciousness. Dreams really happen, deep meditation experiences really happen. They're not "solid" like the "real world" but they happen—nothing is really solid though ;) What we, as human being, can perceive with our 5 physical senses a very minute amount of light information and simply do not have "organs" that regularly can perceive the rest. The "6th Sense" I believe is our emotional or intuitive perception. We've had this sense quite successfully suppressed over hundreds if not thousands of years but it's SO EASY to get back in touch with it and strengthen it because it's an ability that is always there and does naturally pop up here and there in moments of inspiration or even that "voice in your head" that tells you to stop crossing the street as a truck goes flying by (happened twice).

Many people believe in "Greys" but I personally believe that to be man made representations of something being experienced outside of our limited 5 sense perception, interpreted from the consciousness field in ways we can symbolically relate to.

Bumb for open-minds!

"We are not human beings having a spiritual experience; we are spiritual beings having a human experience"—Pierre Teilhard de Chardin