My First Quantum-Theta ExperienceMay 16th, 2011 by Barbara Hyman
I remember what I would call, my first Quantum-Theta experience.
I was sitting in my car, a convertible, in a parking lot, having vowed to finally finish the last chapter of Autobiography of a Yogi. I had dragged out finishing the book because I had loved it so much. Learning about Paramahansa Yogananda, a saint who had helped bring Yoga to the west, and who had practically been alive in my lifetime. (He died only 6 years before I was born). Here is a link to an amazing video on youtube of him going into Samadhi.
I remember thinking, when I finish this book, I’m going to go for something coffee tasting and sweet. I thought I might go to Howard Johnson’s, and get my favorite coffee ice cream cone, or perhaps a coffee flavored candy. I don’t know why I had that strong urge. What transpired was, the moment I finished the book, I closed it and looked up, there was a man walking past my car with a tray of Cuban coffees. Jokingly I said, is one of those for me? And, miraculously he told me yes, and gave me one. It was the sweetest, most delicious tasting coffee I’d ever had. Could this have been a coincidence? Maybe. At the time, I didn’t think so. I thought it was a message to me from Yogananda…everything you just read in that book is true.
I remember thinking, I’d love to connect with others who had known Yogananda. Perhaps some people who studied with him. Within weeks, I was. Without even trying. A friend brought me to a group led by some twin brothers who baptized me. A very strange thing for a Jewish girl to go through, but I was ready for anything and everything. I didn’t want to be afraid of the Christ Energy. After Autobiography of a Yogi, I wanted to welcome it into my heart. To me, it was part of becoming a healer. Jesus was first and foremost, a natural healer. An energy healer. As, I believed, was Yogananda.
Later I met Jim and had my first session of Deep Emotional Release Bodywork. I let go of so many patterns I didn’t even know I was carrying. After that, I was able to delve much deeper into my Spiritual practice, and connect with myself for the first time as an artist and someone who could be a healer. I’ll talk more about that experience in the future, and you can visit www.emotionalrelease for more information on James Hyman’s work.
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