Putting the Pieces Together
Updated: Feb 9
From the time I was verbal, I knew I was different. What normal two-year-old comprehends that other dimensions exist beyond space and time? I received this information from a loving, non-human entity who frequently visited me. I don’t remember our conversations in detail, however, I know they concerned space-time, the cosmos, and the meaning of existence. I spoke to beings only I could see and remembered past lives. I knew, unequivocally, that earth was not my “real” home and merely a 3-D construct. My mother once said to me, “If I didn’t remember giving birth to you, I would never think you were mine. You are so different from the rest of us.”
I will never forget that comment. Throughout my childhood, I felt like an unloved and misunderstood “freak.” As an adult, I continued to have experiences. Many were luminous and awe-inspiring, while others, were plain terrifying. Yet, I noticed numerous commonalities between them, which I consider to be "interlocking pieces" of the same puzzle I'll call "Beyond Consciousness." All have:
-Permanently/beneficially transformed my life and expanded my world-view
-Occurred in multiple dimensions outside of time and space
-Nearly all have happened spontaneously, during full consciousness
Understanding the interconnectivity of my experiences allowed me to slowly integrate them. Once integrated, I no longer felt like a "freak". I now proudly own my "different-ness". To all experiencers- Let's reframe the way we view ourselves. Our "weirdness" is our uniqueness.
"I realized my strength was being different."
If you are interested in reading more about embracing your uniqueness read our chapters in our new book Convergence: The Interconnection of Extraordinary Experiences. In our book we talk about The Anomalous-Prone Personality, and Transformational After affects of Extraordinary Experiences.