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  • What Happened When I Went Inside The Great Pyramid


    06Mar

    I am writing this to share my personal experience inside the mysterious Giza Pyramid in Egypt. I did not know anything about the powers of Giza before 17th April 2017. ...but then I got a chance to enter the most mysterious structures on earth...I want to share, what happened inside... I entered the chamber with our group through the inclined passage reaching up to it. The walls inside are built out of huge rocks. There is no opening on any of these walls except the entrance. We slowly climbed up with anticipation and soon reached the majestic King’s chamber. We had planned to meditate on music and not speak a word. I was given the responsibility to turn off the music after exactly 45 minutes. We switched the one single light in that chamber OFF. Everybody was sitting comfortably in that pitch dark room and nothing was visible. The music began to play and I sat there with my eyes closed. After a few minutes I started feeling a strong vibration inside me. It felt like a strong spring of liquid was flowing through my body and I could feel it from head to toe. I then felt like I was in some vast, open space and it was heavenly. It was psychedelic, I had visuals of various colors and shapes merging into each other as if I was in a galaxy. I was literally shaking and tears were rolling down my cheeks continuously. Without any idea of time and space, I got spaced out. I hardly realized that it was already 45 minutes till my facilitator tapped on my shoulder. I opened my eyes and the music had stopped. I remembered that I had asked my facilitator to remind me of lying down in the Sacrophagus. It is a stone built tomb kind of structure. The only object inside that chamber. So, I got up and went inside it and lay down. Surprisingly, the vibrations inside me did not stop or even fade during this activity of mine. It kept speeding up and in about a few minutes a loud chanting began. It was too loud and all of us were shocked to our bones. The group thought that we played the music again, but I knew that it was not the music. Just then, I got up and saw that my facilitator was trying to find out if the music was coming from the phone and she switched it OFF to be sure. I lay down again and she whispers, Guys! It’s not my phone! And I whispered- I Know! The chant kept going on for about 20 minutes and I was shaking inside out with a high frequency energy flowing through me. By now my shirt was wet with tears all over. But, let me tell you, it was not at all scary or sad. I was ecstatic and full with high vibrations of joy inside me. The chanting was an unfamiliar sound and was echoing very very loudly. It seemed to be coming from those walls. It was as a feminine voice chanting something like ‘aaaayeeemmm…’ It kept repeating but not with equals gaps in between. Sometimes it stopped for about a minute and sometimes for just a few seconds and then continuously… Then someone coughed and it suddenly STOPPED. We all kept quiet and in about 5 minutes, it started again and went on and on.By now, we had exceeded our 60 minutes in that chamber and so, a care taker started walking upstairs to ask us to leave. As soon his footsteps were audible to us, it STOPPED again and then we had to leave. We went to the queen’s chamber and another secret chamber below that and then come out to continue with our day’s program. That whole day, the vibration in my body remained at the same level and I was like a completely new person. I did not speak to anyone throughout the day and just enjoyed that High Trip! There have been many specific changes in me after that day which I cannot explain here. I can just say that Life looks much more simple and beautiful to me since that day and I live it upto my full potential. It was an eye opening experience that I had that day. Now, I believe that every single person who can, should be in that chamber at least once in his/her life. You have to have that experience and see what it’s like to just be there. I am immensely fortunate to have been there and so can YOU be… ~~ Contributed by Annu Bala  [Read More]


  • A Trek to Jalori Pass


    06Apr

    Being a night owl, I have always found it difficult to wake up in the wee hours of the morning. So when I was told we’d have to leave early for the trek to Jalori Pass, I was slightly skeptical. I contemplated staying up for the night to join the group early morning. I even thought of giving it a miss since I have never been an avid trekker. I was also quite exhausted from the previous night’s bus journey. Eventually, better sense prevailed and I decided to make that extra effort. It wasn’t long before the gushing sound of Tirthan river lulled me into a peaceful slumber. Surprisingly, the next morning I woke up without hitting the snooze button even once. Unable to contain my excitement, I got ready in a jiffy and hopped out with my camera. After assembling the entire group, we embarked on our journey to Jalori Pass. I must say that reaching this place is not for the faint hearted. The road leading to the pass is rugged and narrow, with plenty of twists and turns. Of course, none of this affected me as I was busy clicking pictures of the gorgeous valley. After an hour or so, we reached the base point of the trek. Some of my fellow travelers decided to rest at the temple situated over there. The more adventurous ones got ready to visit some of the most majestic meadows this place had to offer. The initial part of the trail consists of narrow winding lanes, with trees on one side and the valley on the other side. This stretch didn’t pose any major challenges. The main setback came where the narrow lane vanished into the mountain. In the absence of a visible path, we had to navigate our way amidst bushes of wild-flowers. While the rest of the group wanted to reach the top of the mountain asap, I took my own sweet time to capture every detail from every vantage point with my camera. The air was crisp, the sun was shining and little drops of dew sparkled gloriously on the petals of wild flowers. By the time I reached the top, everyone else was busy clicking selfies and posing for pictures. The lucky ones who had phone connectivity were calling their friends and family to describe the ethereal beauty of the place. I just stood there, numb and motionless, gazing at the endless valley. The beauty of the place was so overwhelming that I wouldn’t mind waking up early for the rest of my life if it meant I could cherish this view every day. As I look back at the gorgeous pictures of Jalori Pass, I can’t help but wonder why we search for happiness and peace in all the wrong places. I have never felt more peaceful than when I was standing 12,000 ft above sea level, at the edge of a mountain. The experience was breathtaking – both literally, and figuratively.  [Read More]