I have been seeing things more and more often...mostly in the evening. One time a beautiful big snowflake floating, just now I saw Buddha Relic floating on top of me while laying in bed. I have been blessed today by a Buddhist monk as well as got an amazing experience while seeing the Relic tour in Mesa, AZ.

Do I really see it or is it just my imagination? I do see it clearly, floating and slowly fading away...

I know there is no perfect logical explanation of energy but I would like to know what this means?

Thank You so much for all support and Blessings to All

asked 17 Dec '12, 01:36

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Da Ma

edited 17 Dec '12, 19:56

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your you focus your heart also is your mind.

(17 Dec '12, 04:52) white tiger

@Da Ma- the only person who can interpret these "visions" is yourself, only you can see through your eyes ... have fun

(17 Jan '13, 02:48) blubird two
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If it is real to you, what other proof do you need? The Divine works through us rather than at us. That being said, be wary of mysticism--it is no replacement for a full life.


answered 16 Jan '13, 14:00

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@passiton you said:be wary of mysticism--it is no replacement for a full life. maybe you do not know mysticism as it really is. and you have some fear about it. or you have seen someone that is not a mystic and make a general judgement on a word. what if i told you what mysticism means for starter? Mysticism ( pronunciation (help·info) is the pursuit of communion with, identity with, or conscious awareness of an ultimate reality, divinity, spiritual truth, or God through direct experience,

(16 Jan '13, 15:54) white tiger

what is wrong to know yourself? what is wrong about being aware? what is wrong about knowing the truth? what is wrong about knowing God directly? will you have a fuller life being a mystic? meditation,yoga are part of it. but maybe you prefer going to church and having someone telling you about God from is reading of a book. so it depend if you want to experience your life fully or have your life less full by not wanting to experience some part of it.you can still go to church and experience.

(16 Jan '13, 16:07) white tiger

the pastor reading the book and see what he understand of it if you want to. mysticism is not removing something from your life but adding something to it. and you do not need to be part of anny religion cult or dogma. jesus him self was a mystic it is even writen in the bible he know God through direct experience and the religious people of is time could not accept that.

(16 Jan '13, 16:12) white tiger

but Jesus said to them, "I have shown you many great miracles from the Father. For which of these do you stone me?""We are not stoning you for any of these," replied the Jews, "but for blasphemy, because you, a mere man, claim to be God."Jesus answered them, "Is it not written in your Law, 'I have said you are gods'? http://bible.cc/john/10-34.htm

(16 Jan '13, 16:23) white tiger

@PassItOn-"The Divine works through us rather than at us", i like it thanks ... bb2

(17 Jan '13, 02:45) blubird two
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