Bill Walker
Bill Walker
@bill-walker
5 years ago
742 posts

As for the first part of this discussion I often enter a place that I call, my core, when I'm writing comments especially on this site. The only way I can describe is to say that it'skind of like going into a semi trance while I'm typing away. In fact, on a couple of instances I've gone back and read what I wrote and was like, "Wow, where did all that come from?" So yes, please keep writing, it can take you deeper into your journey.

As for talking to groups about a very personal journey, which most of us on this site are taking, it depends totally on you. Many people in our little world here do not understand what's happening to them well enough to be able to try and defend their beliefs to the masses of nonbelievers out in the physical part of our existence beyond the internet. As for me, I think I have gotten a pretty good handle on my own reality, at least to the point where I realize that I don't really feel offended when people try to force their understandings and beliefs on me. I know now that what I believe is right for me, and anyone else can take it or leave it as they see fit. In other words how strong is your ego and your belief system?

And now, just because I'm curious, and you don't have to answer, but are you at least part native to America? Your blog page devotes quite a bit of space to the native spirit. If you are, I would use that as part of my writing and my speaking with non-native people. I'm not sure why, but non-native Americans seem to put more faith in the first nation beliefs then they do their own in many cases!

Peace Devon, please keep writing, I like what you have to say!

Bill Walker
Bill Walker
@bill-walker
5 years ago
742 posts

I'll check out your blogs next week and see what you have to say, getting ready to log off for the day right now.

Have you registered with the Cherokee nation as a member? That could open up a whole new avenue for you especially on the spiritual and nature side of your ancestry. You might do well by introducing yourself to a shaman?

Have a great rest of your weekend!

Bill Walker
Bill Walker
@bill-walker
5 years ago
742 posts

Lightworker I would love to have a past life regression but cannot afford one at this time. I believe that I do have a previous life experience as a First Nation Person in North America.

A short story here: I live in the hills of Washington State very close to Mount Baker. This area is very close to several Native Burial Grounds, I can walk to at least one of them. At any rate, a couple of weeks after I moved in I woke up, about halfway one morning, you know not fully awake but not really asleep either, and I heard what I thought was a nieghbor banging on a drum while chanting. As I listened I could hear the trucks on the highway about half a mile away as they drove by but didn't think much about them other then I could hear them. However, I was amazed at how good this guy, it was a male voice, was at chanting and playing the drum. I listened for several minutes and finally decided that I just had to fully wake up and check out which one of my nieghbors was playing and singing. I thought this was way to cool.

But, as soon as I opened my eyes, literally the exact same second my lids opened, the drumming and chanting stopped but I could still hear the trucks out on the highway.

Now, was I in some kind of a time loop hearing something from an age long past? Or was a Native Spirit welcoming me to my new home? One last note here, many people up around where I live say that the Indian Spirits are not all that found of the white man. I've heard that Native Spirits have on occasion tried to chase or otherwise scare people who are not of their heritage.

Just thought I would throw all of that in! Pretty cool huh, anyone have an opinion on what might have happened that morning?

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