In addition to a recent post that contained the statement, “it’s time to get the oils out to the public”; I am wondering about this being the moment for the “public” to interact with the Seer Almine. I have been pondering this situation since the Egyptian Fragrance Alchemy shop opened.
I don’t have the answer, only a strong recoil response. Let me give you a look into my personal journal …
” I was able after several attempts to travel into the Halls of Amenti — a whole different reality, currently located in the crust of the Earth. I’ve come back unable to stand the interactions of physical life. I had to pull my car over today and ran out into the woods. I was shaking, kept staring at the sky and wouldn’t let go of a tree. I couldn’t handle being in the public at all… some sort of meltdown of the nervous system.”
“I have a group of men here for a retreat…but I am unable to interact again…my skin is giving off light, I’m slurring my speech and not walking straight. My bathwater turned magenta and I levitated in front of them. Can’t stand being around others at all.”
“I’ve gone into deep bliss and can’t walk by myself steadily I have no memory of what I said in my lecture. Shaking in the airport – had to hug my coat to my chest to keep from breaking down.”
“I’ve gone into ascension, feel extremely blissful when I eat, but the presence of others creates nausea in me. I can’t go to the grocery store anymore.”
“Scenes of places I’ve been are flashing in front of my face– each one creating a feeling of tedium in me. But the biggest problem of all is that the presence of others is creating the same intense nausea and feeling of constriction in my throat as I’ve had before. I will have to have others be in the new store. I feel almost panic stricken if I have to interact; even calling or texting has become too much for me. I’m concerned that my students or loved ones will doubt my love for them, but the feeling is too strong to override. The compulsion to pack a bag and leave this little town I’ve lived in for decades, welled up in me today. I must ride this through. I cannot afford to make mistakes in this state. I think I’ll have to get rid of my phone.”