I was reading an article this morning about how the Earth gives off low level rumblings and vibrations, below what humans can feel and hear. It brought back a flood of memories, that I thought I would share here.
When I was a kid (around seven years old) I lived in a very small town (thirty houses) on the side of a Sierra Nevada mountain. My brother and I were free spirits that hiked everywhere, ran with the deer, and listened to the mountain. Family and friends thought we were crazy when we talked about it, but apparently we were the only ones that heard and felt the vibrations coming up from our feet.
Later on as a young adult I was visiting with my dad’s side of the family down in Texas and I was hanging out with a bunch of my cousins. They set up a game that they were quite intent that I play in which I was blind-folded while they they stood silently around me in a circle. I was told to extend my arms and fingers straight out and slowly turn within the circle.
I felt them. As I moved I could feel the vibrations of their bodies and I could detect their shapes, on the tips of my fingers. I kept moving out from the middle of the circle and tapping each one on the chest muttering oh my god.
There were some other things they had me do involving sensing objects on a table, but it’s clear to me now, they wanted to know if I had the same hereditary ability that they all had.
I can’t really say how this has played out in my life, it’s just something that’s always been there and I’m sure has affected my interaction with humans, and all of the other entities in our dimension that I’ve encountered.
For the last few years I’ve been listening to the sounds, and feeling the vibrations and currents, running through my own body. At first I was concerned but now the vibrations from within me are constant, I’m always aware of them, and in the quiet of the night I hear and feel the blood running through my veins.
I’m not complaining, I’m just observing, and I’m thankful every day that this ability has not done to me, what it did to my brother. His apparently was stronger, and eventually drove him mad.