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31st August 2007, 07:23 AM
While I was meditating last night I had a clear but short "vision" of a gigantic, beautiful- beyond- description "structure" above me - it was filled with a sort of shimmering mauve light, & seemed to consist of miles-long, thin "crystals" that criss-crossed to create some sort of "structure". It was the most beautiful thing I have ever "seen" & wonder whether it exists objectively, & what is could be? I was so overawed that I could not "look" at it for long (my eyes were closed, & it seemed to be up above my head somewhere) There was also an incredibly high pitched sound in my right ear at the time. . . & a shiver passed from my heels to the top of my head. Any comments would be appreciated!


31st August 2007, 01:46 PM
the shiver could have been close spirit contact, which could in some way explain what you saw. sounds like a really cool experience... its great when you get glimpses of the higher reality like that, i say keep meditating and maybee next time dont be afraid and try to explore it further if it happens again.

could be related...


3rd September 2007, 04:35 AM
Thanks, Boris, for your reply! There is some small similarity to the mauve, animated picture of the Merkaba, but not it's not quite what I saw. I will definitely try to see more if I get the chance!


Aunt Clair
19th October 2007, 05:39 AM
It sounds like the Net of Indra to me .

19th October 2007, 06:14 AM
Thanks so much. Aunt Claire - what is the Net of Indra exactly, & how does one access it?

Aunt Clair
19th October 2007, 11:54 AM
Indra's Net, a metaphor for the non-dual nature of all Buddhism
An essay on the unique genius behind Indra's Net to descrive the non-dual transcendent basis of all existence, and its relation to modern holgraphic .

Indra's net - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Francis Harold Cook, in the book Hua-Yen Buddhism: The Jewel Net of Indra describes the metaphor of Indra's net from the perspective of the Huayan school: ...

The metaphor of Indra's Jeweled Net is Attributed to an ancient Buddhist named ... The moral of Indra's net is that you cannot damage one strand of the web ...
http://www.angelfire.com/realm/bodhisat ... kalpa.html (http://www.angelfire.com/realm/bodhisattva/nirvikalpa.html)

References to "Indra's Net"The Hindu myth of Indra's Net provides an allegory of this interdependent organization. This net exists in Indra's palace in heaven and extends infinitely ...
http://www.cs.kent.ac.uk/people/staff/s ... s-net.html (http://www.cs.kent.ac.uk/people/staff/saf/networks/networking-networkers/indras-net.html)

The Rig-Veda has about 250 hymns to Indra. Indra's Net is a net with a jewel at each intersection, each jewel reflecting all the other jewels of the net. ...

A metaphor for such cosmic interpenetration and lack of self-presence is found in the Avataṃsaka Sūtra of Mahāyāna Buddhism: Indra's Net. ...

Introduction to some of the work in 'machine modulated poetry' which John Cayley has been developing since the late 1970s.

The metaphor of Indra's Jeweled Net is attributed to an ancient Buddhist named ... The moral of Indra's net is that the compassionate and the constructive ...
http://www.geocities.com/the_wanderling ... ng101.html (http://www.geocities.com/the_wanderling/awakening101.html)

I believe it is the name for the jeweled diamond shaped net around all organisms and around our planet . It is not the ley lines or the grid but a subtle energy not as coarse or structured or rigid . It sways and undulates . ALex Gray has made a painting which demonstrates it .

Also google images of the Net of Indra or Indra's Net .

I tried searching for a thread here on AD but could not find it . I will look again later through an author search .

19th October 2007, 12:16 PM
Thank you so much for taking such a lot of trouble to reply so comprehensively!


19th October 2007, 03:40 PM
Your description of this structure sounds a lot with the structures I saw on my last projection (Oct 15 in my OBE journal -titled 'projecting with kitty'. Check it out and see if it sounds familiar.
http://forums.astraldynamics.com/viewto ... 9&start=90 (http://forums.astraldynamics.com/viewtopic.php?t=1609&start=90)

Aunt Clair
20th October 2007, 09:19 AM
I agree that sounds like the same thing . Here is a link ;

http://forums.astraldynamics.com/viewto ... 6834#76834 (http://forums.astraldynamics.com/viewtopic.php?p=76834#76834)

artistic images
http://ioannis.virtualcomposer2000.com/ ... tGlass.jpg (http://ioannis.virtualcomposer2000.com/optics/figs/indrasNetGlass.jpg)

In Hinduism and Buddhism in the heaven of Indra, there is a vast net or web of silken strands which spans across space infinitely in every direction. Every intersection hosts a shining luminous pearl. The surface of every pearl completely reflects every other, and the net as a whole. Likewise, each reflected pearl in itself reflects every other , with the process continuing ad infinitum. Indra's Net is alternatively known as "Indra's Pearls," or the "Jewel Net of Indra".

It is said that the pearls themselves represent the souls of animated life. Within each such pearl, there is a virtually infinite universe of images - experiences, since all souls are connected. The whole network is illuminated by a single light source, metaphorically "The First Cause"ioannis.virtualcomposer2000.com/optics/indra.html

Inspiration came easily, often out of nowhere. I designed a new jewel as I went along, one that I named after the Net of Indra, in which, like jewels on intertwining nets, everything in the universes reflects everything else.http://www.bbbudart.com/doors.htm

20th October 2007, 02:17 PM
Even that last picture reminds me of the projection. The triangular shapes in the center of the 'pearls' remind me of the shapes I saw, but in 3-D, see-through (somewhat) and even the colors are similar. Wow!

The 'fusionanomaly' figures look like the ones I saw on the previous projection, but a bit more 'planar' and arranged differently.
I'm glad to see my experiences confirmed by others'. It makes me feel much better.