While taking some courses by Belsebuub, I increasingly became aware of how my daily activities had an effect on my dreams. So I made focused attempts at practising mindfulness and awareness of the present moment every day, especially by taking walks where I focused on feeling the senses and being free of internal chatter.
It All Started with a Lucid Dream
One night, I had a dream where I was half lucid, walking down a busy city area trying to hold a concentrated and focused attention on walking.
It was a bright day, and I was walking for a while down a long sidewalk with shop windows on my right about a meter away. I could feel that I was holding onto a goal to maintain a sense of inward focus and awareness for as long as I could go.
It is hard to explain how much I knew whether or not it was a dream, but there was something about what I was seeing and going through that felt like I needed to explore and not lose consciousness.
I remember feeling the subtle pressure of wanting to turn my head and look into the window shop displays that I was quickly passing by. But I maintained my attention on walking and looking ahead, feeling every step I was making that would take me forward as I continued with a focused attention on moving on.
The scenes around me were not distinct, like a fast moving blur that moved passed me as I continued walking. I was not paying attention to anything but walking ahead, so I don’t remember any details or observations of what I was passing other than it being an urban area with a road on my left, some tall trees, people walking past me, and shops with large windows and merchandise displays on my right. It was a scene I was normally accustomed to.
A Mystical Encounter
After having walked in this concentrated focus for some time, all of a sudden, the dream vanished. The scene I had been in which didn’t seem like it could be timed, maybe lasted for at least 15 minutes to half an hour, completely disappeared, as though a veil had been lifted. I then found myself in a room, fully conscious and knowing that I was out of my body.
I felt the weight and position of my body very clearly, as though I was standing and observing the room while wide awake. I was very aware of the space between myself and the walls and furniture. The room was small to medium sized and had two tables and a few chairs. I also tried to maintain that same internal focus I held for so long just a few moments before. About two meters in front of me was a spiritual being waiting for me, smiling and happy to see me.
When I returned to my body and was back in my bed, I wondered if that spiritual being was behind the first part of my experience when I had been walking down the sidewalk. Did he create the dream scene and then make it disappear? I could also see how the experience highlighted the positive impact of the spiritual exercises I had been doing in daily life (such as focusing on awareness of the present moment).
The experience remains so vivid that I can remember it like it was yesterday.
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