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American Indian Swirl of Light

American Indian Swirl of Light

American Indian Swirl of Light

American Indian Swirl of Light

When I was a child living with my Apache and Cherokee grandparents I was taught to be perfectly still and quite my mind. This has proved to be a very important throughout my life. The main reason for this activity is to be moved by the Spirit. Not trying to move or have an agenda lets you experience the intentions of the Spirit. If you have other things going on the Spirit is still working but the actual agenda may not be clear to you.

There is another reason that being still is the only way to experience some other things that are happening around you. While sitting relaxing one day I noticed a small light. As I looked towards the light it split into three separate lights. I kept looking and another light appeared from the middle of the three and did the same thing splitting into three. This continued for about 20 minutes then to my surprise the lights increased in number and began to swirl around. The swirl only lasted a few seconds and the lights formed into the Star of David. This now had my interest peaked and while I was studying the image I noticed another light coming from the center of the image of the Star of David. It followed the same pattern and after it had split the outer lines forming the Star were no longer visible.

After some time had passed and I had not jumped up to go and discuss the event with someone another swirl started. This time the swirl formed the outline of a christmas tree. The previous image had been in blue light and the outline of the tree was in blue. Lights began to form ornaments on the tree and suddenly the entire tree and ornaments changed into full color. I could also see beams of light from all directions shining and going towards the tree image. Somehow I knew this was the reason it became full color and I realized it was a pathway like a map.

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