When I was a child, I caught a fleeting glimpse
Out of the corner of my eye
I turned to look but it was gone
I cannot put my finger on it now
The child is grown, the dream is gone
And I have become, comfortably numb. -Roger Waters in Comfortably Numb
I like the way a surreal experience we all have is described in that song. A fleeting glimpse. Have you ever had one?
One time, for a second, I could comprehend eternity. It was a fleeting glimpse of forever.
And then, it was gone. I remember the experience, but not what I saw and felt in that millisecond- the flash of enlightenment. But I was changed. I can’t explain- that knowledge and experience was added to me in a way that it became a part of me. I never saw it again, but I don’t need to because now I know it.
Does that make any sense?
Epiphanies, inspiration, dreams, ESP, a bolt from the blue, revelation, deja vu, visions, premonitions. Pierce the veil. There are many words and descriptions for the phenomenon that involves some sort of communication with the beyond.
Many of us pray. That is one side of what should be a two-way communication. Those dreams and inspirations are the other side coming back at you.
It is spirit talking to spirit. In that moment, you hear it and receive it, and then you know it and understand it.
There used to be a conceptualization of the Spirit being like a radio station. You get in touch with God by turning your radio on.
God speaks to you always. It takes patience, faith, and practice to hear it. It takes belief and understanding.
Just like on the radio, there are other stations besides the God station on the radio.
Find God on your radio and leave it there. You don’t need to hear anything else.
If you listen to FM K666, you might start to like it. Too much.
God’s fleeting glimpses are better.
Go old-school. Get in touch with God- turn you radio on: