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Gelder Kunz, Dora van - Red spots all over the emotional field



Type of Spiritual Experience


A description of the experience

Breakthrough to Creativity – Dr Shafica Karagulla

Diane proved to be a constant source of amazement to me. I discovered that not only was she aware of the condition of the physical body and its energy field but she also saw an emotional or sentient field. According to her description this field extends a foot to eighteen inches from the periphery of the body and is ovoid in form. In this field she sees colors and energy patterns which indicate emotional states and conditions.

One afternoon Diane arrived for some of our experimental work and I was late finishing an interview with a former patient who had insisted on seeing me. The particular patient was an extremely self-centered individual who actually had very little wrong with her. She always insisted upon getting as much attention as possible from everybody in her vicinity. I am inclined to be rather impatient with people who seem to want attention and who are not truly ill. I finally ushered the patient in question to the door, pleasantly and in my best professional manner. I was giving every appearance of being unruffled and in the best of moods. Knowing that Diane could see the emotional field, I turned to her and asked her what she thought of my present emotional state.

She replied with her characteristic straightforwardness, "You are very exasperated and irritated. The patient annoyed you very much."

"How do you know?" I asked, somewhat taken aback that she had read me so clearly.

Diane laughed. "I see little red spots all over your emotional field, like measles."

I had to admit that she was correct. I concluded that it was difficult to hide anything from Diane, and that it was fortunate that her friends were not aware of this particular aspect of her HSP ability.

The source of the experience

Gelder Kunz, Dora van

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