“Vendo-se perdido em alguma floresta, não se deve errar, volteando ora prum lado ora pro outro, nem mesmo deter-se num sítio. Mas deve-se seguir um caminho o mais reto possível e não mudar de lado por fracas razões. Mesmo que só o acaso haja determinado a sua escolha.
Pois, por este meio, se não vá exatamente aonde se deseja, pelo menos chegar-se-á a alguma parte, onde certamente estar-se-á melhor que perdido no meio da floresta.”
*** René Descartes ***
In the not too distant past, I saw inanimate figures moving on their own during meditation (not always). They moved so fast that they looked like ghosts stuck to the walls of a moving tunnel. Pure imagination, nothing supernatural. They were reflections of my intoxicated memory (sweets, fried foods, addictions, persecution mania, neurosis …).
After countless times that I faced these ghostly tunnels, I realized that they were warnings that something very good was going to happen totally out of my control.
These horrifying ghosts had nothing to do with what was going to happen, they only served as a warning. I bet it has no rational explanation, it is only spiritual. But, although spiritual, there is nothing to do with any religion, they are just things that originated in my own neurons.
If you want to call this a psychotic break, feel free, but leave religions out of it. The first few times that these crazy things happened, I took huge scares. As much as I tried to explain it, I never got it.
I decided to ignore those witchy things. Just dodge and move on. After that, everything relaxed: irrational fears disappeared, manias of persecution disappeared, past traumas were healed … But that relaxation only came after I stopped trying to explain crazy things.
The only relationship that has ever existed is that the more frequent these crazy movements repeat, the faster this good thing will happen.
Paulo Ricardo Silveira Trainini
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