Adventures in Precipitationby Joanna Cherry
It was August upon Mount Shasta, and I was leading
two friends up a trail to Squaw Meadow. Squaw is a place of incredible beauty
and energy (a friend calls it "darshan of the Gods") 8,000 feet up the mountain,
where we were to camp for three days. It was a lovely day but hot, and we
were enjoying the shade from the trees overhead as we walked along. Suddenly,
I heard something slide down the back of my pack. I paid no attention; everything
was zipped snugly, and I assumed it was a twig fallen from a pine. My friend
Kathleen, walking behind me, saw a pair of tweezers hit the ground, and silently
picked them up and continued hiking. Fifty feet further along, she stopped
to take off a boot and remove a pebble that had wiggled its way into an uncomfortable
spot. But instead of a pebble, she found a splinter. She tried several times
to remove it with her fingers, but it didn't budge. The only thing that would
take it out was--a pair of tweezers. She pulled them from her pocket, lifted
the splinter out, and we were back upon our way.
Looking at the overflow of my latest batch
of sprouts, I decided I needed a large tea strainer to drain them in. "Buy
strainer" went on my To Do List, and I went about my business.
It seems incidents like this are becoming common.
Don't you have something--a set of keys, a small article perhaps, that has
vanished from its place and then returned? Something that shifted its location
impossibly? Something that has appeared out of nothing, an "apport"? I myself
have had several similar experiences, and every time I've asked a group of
workshop participants if they have too, you should see how the hands went
Rejuvenation of our physical form, and maintaining a beautiful eternal body on Earth as long as we choose to be here;
Ascension, taking our bodies up into light and leaving no form behind, when we are ready to leave the third dimension;
Placing our physical form in a new location by thought; and
Manifesting anything needed or desired instantly into our presence.
These "little miracles" that are happening for us now are important; they are signposts, wakeup calls. They are saying, think about this thing--if this can happen, it changes every concept of the physical realm that we have ever carried. Our former realities are not real.
The first story of this kind that a friend told
to me had moved me much, and stuck in my mind. She had forgotten to get money
to take the BART train across San Francisco Bay, and she had none in her
wallet when she looked. There were no ATMs then and the banks were not open.
She became desperate. She walked on, wracking her brain to think what she
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