The name given to a type of movement in which the person feels as though they are moving over the surface of the earth in giant strides – very gracefully, almost gliding along. Each step appears to cover a great distance. The progress feels similar to that of a runner shown in slow motion pictures.
“the gliding effect, the gracefulness, the apparent lack of weight etc – as if the runner were sustained by the air, each step covering a great distance”.
Although there is motion of the limbs he is actually being ‘moved’ by the composer.
As the movement can be achieved in both the physical and spiritual plane, when the person is out of body, I have grouped the two for ease of comparison.
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- A P Elkin - Aboriginal men of high degree - Fast travelling #003285
- Fawcett, Lt Colonel Percival Harrison - Seven mile boots #022767
- Giant strides on the Golden Gate bridge #003061
- Green, Celia - Flying and lucid dreams #002032
- Mary Magdalen de Pazzi – Levitating with three mile boots #024207
- Muldoon, Sylvan - Flying and swimming #001108
- SmOkin' ToAdZ Toad Venom by Spiney Norman EROWID #020109
- The Ancient Egyptian Book of the Dead #007067
- Tibetan Buddhism - Lung-gom-pas #003845
- Tibetan Buddhism - Lung-gom-pas #003846
- Whiteman, J H M a long walk in the woods and an easy re-entry #007921