I have been doing these meditations for years. Almost always I have been able to avoid completely losing consciousness and I have been able to snap out of it. However, last night I could not remain conscious.
Shortly after Jim called in the first of the teams, I went completely out. I remember wondering why I couldn't feel the teams like I normally do before I went out.
I regained consciousness about 1 hour and three minutes in. I was disoriented as I did not feel like I had fallen asleep or that any time had passed.
After realizing where we were at in the meditation, I started working on what I thought I was there to do. I was frustrated with myself and still very disoriented. Within minutes, I was completely out again.
Just before the end of the broadcast, I regained consciousness again and managed to call in before the broadcast ended to finish up the meditation. Again totally disoriented not understanding how it was possible that much time could have passed and why I did not feel like I had fallen asleep.
Almost immediately after calling in, I was out again until 1:00 a.m. when I regained consciousness. I was wondering what in the world had just happened. I was so upset with myself by the time I went to bed thinking I had missed everything and failed to do what I was supposed to in this 144,000 meditation.
Here is what I have been able to piece together since through a bizarre set of circumstances today that brought very specific things to my awareness. I believe this loss of consciousness happened because I was there for another mission and my mind was getting in the way. I believe during the periods of unconsciousness I was jumping timelines and carrying out my real mission. Hence the disorientation and not understanding how much time could have passed. I don't know what I was doing but I believe my higher consciousness was getting my mind out of the way from what I thought I was there to do so that I could actually carry out my real mission.
I know this sounds crazy. What brought me to this awareness is too long to describe here. But I now understand I did not fail in carrying out my mission. It is 1:44 p.m. as I post this.😊
Thank you Jim as always for your leadership! See you on the 25th.