This weekend I went to San Antonio with some friends and spent time with Lee Carroll and the channelings of Kryon. Years ago when I first heard Lee channel, I had a very profound experience where I felt the presence of my mother, aunt, and Oma, who had all died many years before.
Yesterday’s experience was different, but memorable as well. From the minute I walked into the venue, I felt intense energy around my heart, which reminded of how it was that first time I heard Lee channel Kryon in Sedona (following a Reconnection conference in 2005). It was as if I’d been pumped full of caffeine and amped up to hyper-drive.
During the 2nd channeling yesterday, I could feel a lot of energy in my head at the crown and soon began to feel like I was leaving my body. The next thing I knew, I was somehow flying or zooming down a horizontal, narrow tunnel of light. This lasted for several minutes. I didn’t see anything else, I had no body, but I was moving at a rate that was so fast it’s hard to convey. I simply watched as this grid of light sped by.
When the channeling ended, I had to sit quietly for a bit longer to get my bearings and as I stood up, it was like I wasn’t quite back in my body fully, unsteady on my feet.
What does this experience mean? It’s hard to know what was happening, but one thing’s undeniable—I felt changed and I felt happy. This morning, I woke up feeling that same happiness, overlaid by gratitude for these amazing experiences I get to have.
Channeling is a gift, whether I’m the one doing it or whether I simply get to bask in the light of someone else being the conduit—it’s all the same. And I wish I could twitch my nose like Samantha Stevens in “Bewitched” and grant the ability to you as well.
Until then, I’ll do what I can to encourage you into those moments of silence, where you create the possibility for such an opening. Friends seen and unseen…all around us.
NOTE Re: Affordable Healing for All
Because of the popularity of offering sessions at whatever price people can afford, I’m extending “Sunday Service” into “Sunday/Monday Service.”
©Maria K. Benning, M.Ed.