Travel in the Spiritual Worlds
Robert Monroe, Far Journeys (Garden City, New York: Doubleday, 1987), pps. 120-122
I am in a bright white tunnel and moving rapidly. No, it is not a tunnel, but a tube, a transparent radiating tube. I am bathed in the radiation which courses through all of me, and the intensity and recognition of it envelop my consciousness and I laugh with great joy. Something has changed, because the last time, they had to shield me from the random vibration of it. Now, I can tolerate it easily, the actual energy itself. The radiation flow is two-directional in the tube. The flow moving past me in the direction from which I came is smooth, even, and undiluted. The flow that I am is moving in the opposite direction and appears much different. It is organized in a more complex form. It is the same as the wave moving past me, but it contains a multitude of small waves impressed upon the basic. I am both the basic, and the small wave forms, moving back to the source. The movement is steady and unhurried, impelled by a desire I know but cannot express. I vibrate with joyous ecstasy just by knowing.
The tube seems to become larger as another joins it from one side, and another wave form melds into me and we become one. I recognize the other immediately, as it does me, and there is a great excitement of reunion, of this other I and I. How could I have forgotten this! We move along together, happily exploring the adventures, experience, and knowledge of the other. The tube widens again, and another I joins, and the process repeats itself. Our waveforms are remarkably identical and our pattern grows stronger as they move in phase. There are variegations in each which, when combined with another related anomaly, create a new and important modification of the total that we are.
The tube expands again and I am no longer concerned with the walls as still another I enters the waveform flow. This is particularly exciting, as it is the first I perceive as returning from a nonhuman sojourn. Yet the intermesh was near perfect and we become so much more. Now we know that somewhere, a consciously controlled physical tail, much like a monkey's is useful in ways far more than balance and acting as a third hand for holding things. It can be a very efficient means of communication far beyond a super sign language just as eloquent as the spoken word.
Steadily and surely, one I after another joins us. With each, we become more aware and remember more of the total. How many does not seem important. Our knowledge and ability is so great that we do not bother to contemplate it. It is not important. We are one.
With this, we divert from the underlying wave form and move away from it. We watch motionless in unified respect as the action of it continues away from us into infinity. We also perceive easily the smooth originating wave coming from such infinity and dissolving into the pattern from which it came.
Flowing through all of us is a coherent energy that is our creation, that displays immensely the reality of the whole is greater than the sum of the parts. Our ability and knowledge seem without limit, yet we know at this point such is valid only within the energy systems of our experience.
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