I have always been able to meditate but amnow finding new levels of meditation and some of these are very deep.
I want to pose the question at what point would deep become dangerous?
Taking this clinicalthought to it's conclusion it is theoretically possible to leave this body and it is only the will to return to thephysical bodythat bringsme back into reality aswe know it. If I was to decide I like the altered reality more, "this is in effect losing the will to live." Therefore this is the point that "deep meditation" becomes "dangerous."
To take away the clinical and scientific analysis and accept the way things are without question.
To walk in both worlds requires no distraction, if I lived in a cave with no one around me and had no predators then leaving this plateau and walking in another would present no problem. This would mean that I can go as deep asI like without fearor trepidation, the human body can endure much punishment eg: lack of food, refreshment, lack of musclemovement, lack of mental stimulation, both the mind and body would adopt coping strategies and within reason would remain alive for me to return to.
The point at which it becomes dangerous is the point at which the physical body breaks down, so this would be the point that it becomes dangerous.
We have all fallen asleep and had a sharp awakening but this is just falling asleep and the quick awakening has left us with a racing heart and a split second of fear. If I didn't trust my guides I would not meditate in the open spaces thatI do eg: The Forest, The Park, The Riverside. What would happen if I got it wrong? What would happen if whilst walking on a different plateau something did disturb my physical body? How deep is dangerous?
updated by @bruce: 01/23/17 07:20:16PM