Being Magically in Touch With the Universe

Whitaker as the samurai, Ghost Dog
Whitaker as the samurai, Ghost Dog (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

During an interview with the cast of the new movie The Butler.  Forest Whitaker began to describe an experience he had during the time period of filming the movie.  He spoke about being in a blue realm where time did not exist.  He kept referring to the blue color of where he was and how wonderful it was.  To some it may have sounded quite weird, but I was so surprised and excited I could barely sit as he spoke.  This experience he spoke of was no make-believe thing.  The ancient meditation masters would say that he was in the realm of the thousand pedaled lotus or Sahanswal Kanwal.  I would simply say that he was deep in the zone.  And the blue color he spoke of is very distinct to that region.

During high meditation experiences or even times when we are truly in the zone, we can visit such states.  The more you embrace and get into the moment and lose yourself in your adventure, the more likely it is you will have such an experience.  

During these times you can have the experience of not even feeling your body, or hearing the Om vibration so loud you feel like you are surrounded by it.  At times you may see light emitting from people and objects in the room.  The grass and trees may be more green and almost vibrating.  Sometimes you can close your eyes and travel to other places in your mind in an instant.  This is nothing strange.  These are the byproducts of being deeply in-touch and in the moment.  It is also the Universe’s way of letting you know that there is much more to this life and this world than we may usually think.

One Reply to “Being Magically in Touch With the Universe”

  1. I love the times that I’ve experienced these states. Even though I don’t stay in them forever they have changed me forever. Thanks for sharing Forest’s story. I can’t wait to see this movie. 🙂

Leave a Reply

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.