19 Nov Easy bilocation
One of my bilocation experiences, the one I most vividly remember happened when I was about 35.
I’ve been trying a few times to remember what was different about that day. The only thing that comes to mind and tends to stick is the peace of that moment and of the moment before. It was the end of a long day, a time when there was nothing left to do. The final moment to just “be”. These are my thoughts now. Then, I was just walking home, on the most average alley from the grocery market to the block I was living in. Maybe the different thing about the day was that I agreed to go with a client and get a number from a house that was for sale, a thing I wouldn’t normally do, but I did it this time, so, maybe a letting go of routine, bend a bit the rules and be opened to adapt to the requirements of the moment.
It was late in the evening, almost dark. I cannot say exactly how long it took, a few minutes, maybe. I simply found myself perceiving clear information from 2 places – from the alley and from a place high, above the trees. I could distinctly hear the noise of my shoes on the pavement, see the leaves on the street and also see the crowns of the trees from many meters above them feel the wind there, near the clouds. No time to study such a thing then.
Later I asked one of my professors. He is a psychiatrist and mathematician and spent years with the shamans in Siberia. “What’s the big deal?” was his answer. “Bilocation is one of the things extremely easy to accomplish”. I don’t think it’s a big deal, either. It just happened to me to be in two places at the same time.