Looking beyond

While trying to rest one afternoon, I found my mind unable to shut off, so I gave it a task. I closed my eyes and started a slow deep breathing and began to visualize somewhere peaceful.

I told myself that will find ways to extend upon these and to just go with it.

I was on a building over looking the city,it was quiet up there. I took in this calmness and looked down. I saw a large lagoon like pool below that looked inviting. Rather than jumping, or appearing in the pool, I wanted a different way to get there. A huge mechanical robotic arm picked me up and brought me down and placed me into the pool.

I looked around for the waterfall and rock formation. I swam to it and went behind the waterfall. I lived it, could feel the cool water, felt the sun on my shoulders. I wanted to keep swimming and wanted to continue on, the rock wall behind the waterfall opened up forming a tunnel through to the beach in which I swam through and was picked up by a luxury boat once outside the tunnel. I was handed a fancy cocktail in a pineapple and wrapped in a white robe, sat back in a comfortable seat as the captain steered the boat onward.

I keep it going and fell asleep blissfully.

I may not be able to go anywhere physically, bit in the eye of my mind, there are no limits.

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Comments (8)

  1. noahbody

    That’s a form of directed meditation. Congratulations on being able to do it. I used to be able to meditate but it’s been a long time. I would just visualize the number 7, make it red or some other color, turn it 3D, then rotate and spin it. Then I would push it away and watch it go, getting smaller the whole time until it vanished. That was when I would find the center… where all thoughts vanished and I was hyperaware of the room around me even with my eyes closed. The ultimate peace. I would sometimes fall asleep from there too, sometimes not. I like yours better.

    January 06, 2017
    1. Walkaboutman

      What you were doing takes concentration and practice. I used to imagine the number 1 and totally focus on that and do similar things with it but I became curious to try new things. I have been teaching my eldest granddaughter to to creative visualise (the one from my video), she is really creative.

      She’s aboriginal from a different tribe on her dads side. She calls herself " a creamy" lol

      January 07, 2017
      1. noahbody

        LOL!

        January 07, 2017
  2. SEC

    nice ideation there

    January 06, 2017
  3. cjb321

    The mind has no limits. One just has to learn how to harness it. Unfortunately I have not yet found out how to do that yet. Darn!

    January 06, 2017
    1. Walkaboutman

      You can do it,no fear,just a desire to see beyond. Even picture looking at a wall,brick wall. You have a desire to see beyond the wall. Imagine a window in the wall before you and a park can be seen through the window, see the trees,feel the breeze and then climb through the window,make it bigger if you have to and walk into the park…..and so on.
      Its pushing your imagination and freeing your mind, as images will start to pop up on its own. Those that have fears can also create a weapon or devise that protects them. You have control in this place, it is awesome.

      January 07, 2017
  4. Bettymom

    This sounds like just what I need right now! I’ll try it and let you know what happens.

    January 07, 2017
    1. Walkaboutman

      Enjoy and just go with it, if a muscular guy walks up and hands you a drink, take it

      January 07, 2017