Well then, just as I was about to go to sleep I though I’d do some meditation… I don’t do full laying down meditation often, but sometimes I’ll picture scenarios, concepts, or symbols to lure me into a deep vivid dream in which I’ll usually remember and hopefully result in some sort of positive energetic impact.
The first picture that came to me, once my mind was clear and breath steady, was of a perspective looking down a triangular corridor made of red orange stone. I imagined moving down the corridor, floating in acceleration through what seemed like a widening spiral. The paint on the stone changed patterns of different shade, so I was able to visualize my gain of momentum. Once that focused idea was held in place, I expanded it past just a conscious thought.
Thinking of the sensation of speed, and the inertia we feel on the presence of our body, I imagined myself in a full acceleration through this spiral. This is where mind and thought became reality. I began to feel a sensation in my head to the best of what I can imagine would be the sensation of being in a centrifuge. I swear on all of creation my face felt like it was being pulled back by gravity.
Which leads me to thinking, gravity must be a part of our inside consciousness. If we are able to generate and control the sensation of it’s physical presence through mental focus, then isn’t our idea of gravity just a constant replaying of what we think is possible? What is normal?
The reflections in our outer world only show us what we believe to be true, so when our world finally remembers our imaginations are the gateway in which we can mold our world, possible and impossible will just be a matter of focus.