catch22 (catch22) wrote,
catch22
catch22

First yoga experience

What a weird thing happened in yoga today. I was doing the meditation/relaxation thing. And as I was drifting out of my thoughts I kind of was in this whole other place. Now any time I've heard music and was thouroughly enjoying it...I would see shapes and colors and sometimes stories. It was kind of like that.

So as I was laying there Some of things I leaned back and watched were. Huge flashes of color. Kind of like I was sitting on a stage while someone was concerning themself in lighting it...while in that "I'm not so sure what I want but I'll know when I see it mode". Then I saw faces strobing all around me. I can close my eyes and especially see this old man's face...he kind of looks like the guy I pictured when reading Old Man and the Sea. Then another reoccuring thing was the Eye of Osiris which would float in and out of this light show.

Then metropolitian/down townish street scenes appeared and disappeared all around me. I found mysefl sitting at a cafe...In a park....on roof tops of sky scrapers...somewhere looking at the sky line.

The weirdest thing was I found my self leaning against the wall of a club. I was wearing a pair of pajama pants and a hoodie and no one noticed me. Then there was this guy who noticed me. He was a Middle aged gentleman with dark hair that was starting to salt and pepper...he faintly reminded me of my grand father if he were alive and middle aged again.

So he introduced himself and we started talking. For the life of me I can't remember how the conversation went except that we were talking about that night's sunset. Then he said you better get back and everything disappeared around me and I was back in the dance room on my mat very aware of how heavy (relaxed) my arms and legs were and stuff.

Weird.
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