Yesterday was my second day of not having a job. I had handed my notice in a month previous because the job was just not working out for me.
I had been invited by my ex-employer to attend their Christmas dinner and I’d accepted as I wanted to finish on good terms.
I spent yesterday morning doing some tidying up and getting ready for the Christmas dinner. I was feeling a bit awkward about going to the dinner so I decided to listen to Anthony Peake’s book “Is there life after death” on audible. It’s an incredible book, it really makes you think and I knew it would take my mind off the impending dinner.
The afternoon meal passed without incident and actually really nice. My ex-bosses were on great form. One of the lads brought his guitar in and played some tunes, which was amazing, such a talented guy.
I got home early evening and sat down to watch some TV. My rather overweight blind cat climbed on to my lap and fell asleep as normal.
I ended going to bed later than I’d intended, which was annoying because I was already dog tired. As I lay in bed my thoughts turned to OOBE’s but before I could recite any affirmations or think any constructive thoughts on OOBE’s, I had fallen asleep.
Moments after falling asleep I was hit by a powerful wave of vibrations. It woke me up immediately and I found myself struggling to get out of my body. Unfortunately the vibrations subsided and I was left wondering what I need to do or not do to get out.
As I lay there contemplating I induced the vibrations consciously. I’m not sure how I did it but the vibrations came and went quite quickly without anything happening.
I managed to induce the vibrations one last time but they were very weak and I fell asleep soon after.
What makes this interesting for me is that I’ve had this happen before. Three lots of vibrations. I wondered though if I was influenced by Anthony Peake’s book making me think deeply about these sort of topics.