I appreciate that and back at you in regard to some of the things we've discussed before that are hard to explain and yet you just know it's not totally your imagination getting carried away because you experienced some things that go beyond what your own rationale self tells you so you'd have to be mad as a box of spiders or a complete fool to simply ignore it.
Whether the source of that higher wave length i spoke about is some higher power or just your inner sub-conscious self you can tap into doesn't matter. I just think you can miss a lot of meaning to things if you try to always logic everything to death. I was guilty of that mindset a lot in the past but it made me feel really empty and i knew it was egotistical and my growth as a person stagnated when i got into that mindset too heavily.
Back when I was in my early twenties I knew a character called Jesus Alan. He was an ex hells angel who saw visions and heard voices and somehow 'knew things', and he would preach to people about rights and wrongs and the reasons for life so people called him Jesus Alan.
Most folks thought he was nuts and just assumed the drugs he took had addled his brain but I felt a kinship to him the very first time I met him. We would speak long into the night about things such as we're discussing here and for a young kid, such as I was at the time, it was a blessing to know that at least one other person out there was as nuts as I was.
In actual fact it just further cemented the belief that I had in myself and my personal journey. In the beginning it was very easy to sometimes feel that maybe I was losing it but I had a belief that the things I was being shown, and the knowledge that was imparted to me were not simply the product of an over active imagination.
Here's something, I wonder if this resonates with you as it kinda ties into your point about logic.
Something would be troubling me, sometimes for weeks on end. A question, a niggle, right there at the back of my mind. almost like a whisper that would grow louder and louder until I could no longer ignore it. Eventually I would have to seek solitude in order to go deep within myself, looking not for answers but for the question.
Once I found the question my mind would race off, each answer would begat two more questions. The level of concentration I would apply as my mind raced at the speed of light was incredible, yet at the same time it was also simple, almost as if I were a mere spectator who had stepped out of myself to watch as all this happened.
Inevitably at the journeys end I would find myself back at the very beginning, back at the very first question. After using all that logic to find the 'truth' I would find that I intuitively already knew the truth, the truth i was searching for, before I even knew I was searching for it.
And yet I always had to go through the same process.
I guess I would describe myself as equal parts logic and intuition, but the truth is, in reality, my intuition always, always, has the final say.
Edit: Just as an aside about Jesus Alan. He told me I would meet my twin soul when I was thirty ( I was twenty one at the time ). He also told me she would die within a year. He was right on both counts.
Edited by TwennyFo, 18 March 2018 - 10:14 PM.