Deep at the center of my being, there is an infinite well of Love ~ Louise Hay
One day while working at the spa in Sedona, I just didn’t feel like staying for my entire shift. I had a very strong urge to leave early, but I didn’t really know why. The director of the spa was the only management there that day, and he was going to leave early. I had to rush to his office to catch him before he left. I asked to leave early, told him I had something to do, but really, I didn’t have any reason other than my urge to leave. He approved it and I went back to work for another couple of hours.
One of the massage therapists came in to talk to me for a while. This particular therapist hadn’t spoken to me much, so it was nice to get to know her a bit. I was surprised to find out that she is a fellow Kundalite, which is always refreshing to hear! We spoke of our Kundalini awakenings, other dimensions and other random spiritual experiences.
While we were talking, she mentioned that it was the last day of the Buddha Relic show in Sedona and that her and her mother had gone earlier in the day, before she came into work. This was the last show in the U.S., and it had been said that the relics would never be shown in the United States again…EVER. When she mentioned it, I realized that I had already asked to leave work early and that I would be able to see the relics in the very last hour of the show before they closed. I was leaving work at 4pm and they were closing the show at 5pm.
I told her that I had heard about it a couple of weeks before, but had completely forgotten about it and was SO thankful for her reminding me. She said that she kept hearing my name in her mind throughout the day, so she decided to come and talk to me as she was being guided to do so. We both agreed that it was meant to be
So I left work early and went straight to the show. As I was walking up to the building, there was a very friendly young man standing outside who was guiding people to the building and answering questions. He had a very sweet and happy energy. We had a little chat and I told him about my coincidence of taking off early from work. He was amused by the story and assured me that it was meant to be. I proceeded to enter the building and walked into a room filled with people praying, meditating and staring into nothingness. As soon as I walked toward the relics, a wall of energy hit me. I started to buzz and vibrate, my field was saturated with warmth and I very quickly began to feel like I was hyperventilating.
The wait was a little long, because you had to stand in line to get your turn to walk around the relics. I was trying my best not to go into full panic attack mode before I had my turn. I could feel energy forcefully pouring out of both of my hands like I was giving a Reiki treatment to someone. My energy field felt huge and expanded. It was really bizarre. I almost left, because the energy was making me dizzy and I was having trouble standing in line for so long. I suddenly didn’t feel comfortable being too close to anyone around me…it became extremely overwhelming…sensory overload…
When it was finally my turn, I was nervous because I had no idea how I would react when I got closer. I proceeded with caution . Once I got up to the Buddha relics, I took a picture, stared for a while, kneeled & bowed my head and connected with the relics. I immediately burst into tears. I was over taken by complete surrender, Love and Compassion. It was a deep cry that came from my core, not just tears. I tried to hold it in, because there were so many people around me and I was embarrassed to be the only one crying.
I couldn’t stop crying, so when I got up from kneeling, I took a very quick walk around to see the other relics and quickly left the building. Somehow I felt satisfied that whatever needed to be done, had already been done, so seeing the rest of the relics was not important.
On my way back to my car, I walked by the nice man outside while wiping away my tears and told him what had happened. His face lit up and he was smiling from ear to ear. He seemed to be very happy and told me that he asks everyone who walks out afterward, if they had felt anything while in the presence of the relics. He said majority of the people say no, that they didn’t feel anything at all. He assured me that the strong connection that I experienced was because my Heart was fully open…and he congratulated me ! lol He said that the amount of Love that I felt in that moment was something that my soul will never forget and will carry infinitely…and of course, he made me cry even more when he said that, so it was time for me to leave
I didn’t expect to have such a profound experience while in the presence of the relics. It was something that I will never forget. When I look back on this experience, I always think of the nice man’s words when he said that my soul will always carry the Love that I felt from the Buddha relics…and I realize that in that moment, I have been forever changed. I will never be the same…I have reunited with a part of myself that had been long forgotten.
❤ Prajna Paramita Heart Sutra Mantra❤