Taken from modified excerpts of my book:
In 2008-09, I had two mind blowing spiritual awakening weeks through Oneness University , that changed my life forever.
So far our champion of the last two blogs has been pummeled by two massive Divine downloads through the image of Tony Robbins during a retreat put on by Oneness University in Fiji. He had no idea what was going on. Let’s see how the Divine pulls the rug out from under him this time.
The afternoons of the retreat were scheduled with classes. One of the teachers was a thirty-something gentleman from India by the name of Ananda Giri. He was kind of a modern-day guru. Because he was busy and lived far away, his lessons were given via video. He spoke in a rather hypnotic cadence and his eyes glazed over when he paused. He seemed as if he was plugged into an energy most of us could only dream about. Carrying the qualities of peace and innocence, he was loved by everyone. It was impossible not to.
On the last full day of the retreat, I wandered down to the beach for a stroll and some alone time. As I stepped from the path onto the beach, I distinctly heard someone call my name. I turned around and didn’t see anyone. So I kept walking. After a few more steps, I heard my name again, this time loud and clear. Nobody was there! Remembering I was on a retreat, I figured, “Okay, it’s in my imagination.” As I closed my eyes, I could see him there plain as day. It was Ananda Giri. By this time, I was starting to feel like I was losing my grip on reality.
Walking down the beach, we carried on a conversation that lasted about thirty minutes. He was very explicit and told me what I could expect over the next six months. It felt like being with an old and dear friend. As we came to the end of the beach, he stood aside with an impish grin, as if he knew something. In a few seconds, guess who came walking down the beach? You guessed it, Tony Robbins. Keep in mind, this encounter on the beach was happening in my imagination. However, the events were so lucid it was hard to distinguish between the imaginary and the physical world.
Seeing Tony walk toward me, in a no non-sense militaristic fashion, set off a tingle of fear down my spine. He was here on business and his business was with me. Off to the side, the guru was watching, trying not to laugh. Tony approached face-on and stopped about an arm’s length away and roared, “You just don’t get it, do you?” As he said that, he smacked me on the chest with his open palm. I could feel the blow physically and was knocked back a step. This was getting bizarre.
Replying to his question, I imagined myself answering, “Uh…get what?” He responded, “Don’t resist.” I said, “Resist what?” With that answer, he wound up to hit me again. Instead of feeling his open palm slam into my chest, it passed right through into my torso. It felt extremely peculiar and downright mind-boggling. I could feel him reaching inside my body. He seemed to enjoy it. He kept pressing his hand form the surface to the inside of my body like he was testing something. With a growing smile, he said, “That’s it, you’re getting it.” On the next attempt to press into my chest, his entire arm entered my heart. At the same time, he did a kind of pirouette and completely entered my upper body, dissolving into my core. I looked over toward Ananda Giri for some kind of explanation. He was gone. I was stupefied.
Download number three…
At this point I figured I was completely losing my mind. To find out if I do, check in on my next blog.
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