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Motoyama, Dr Hiroshi – It was a peaceful state



Type of Spiritual Experience


A description of the experience

Quoted in From Near Death Experiences by Ornella Corazza

One morning, during an initial training, I began to feel that the pain and the discomfort were gradually fading away and this was accompanied by my consciousness gradually becoming clear and transparent.

 It was a peaceful state.

Then at the moment when I started feeling peaceful, my soul swiftly went out of my body and I was looking down at my body, which was sitting in meditation, two to three meters above the floor. Even though I, who was sitting in meditation, had my eyes closed, I could clearly see, for example, steps in front of the God-altar, the windows, the ceiling, and the sitting cushion.

 I felt very strange and mystified, wondering what had happened, but at the same time I also had a feeling that it was nothing extraordinary. In ten minutes or so, I returned to my body. Afterwards, I remember going through a kind of blissful state for several hours.

 In less than a month after this experience, I had another experience of the kundalini ascending through the central tube of the spinal cord. This experience enabled me to exit my body at will.  (Motoyama 2008)

The source of the experience

Motoyama, Dr Hiroshi

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